AZTEEG X3 with problems endstops Z axis

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AZTEEG X3 with problems endstops Z axis

Postby maralb » Fri May 03, 2013 5:24 am

I received a defective AZTEEG X3
I have problems with recognition and Endstop z_min z_max
the signal does not change from open to closed in no way
is there a way to assign a different pin Atmega 2560
I think the 2560 problems on pin 45 and 46 who run endostop Z
thank you all for helping me
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Re: AZTEEG X3 with problems endstops Z axis

Postby bdring » Fri May 03, 2013 12:37 pm

Changes can be made in the pins.h file of the firmware. Look under the section for the motherboard number you are using (probably 33).

You might just try temporarily move Z to X, just to verify it is not the wiring. Typing M119 will tell you the status of switches (at least what the firmware thinks). You can just manually click the switches and type M119 to see the changes.
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Re: AZTEEG X3 with problems endstops Z axis

Postby maralb » Fri May 03, 2013 4:54 pm

I moved in with pins.h Y_MAX_PIN 15 19
Now with M119 and Y endstops not see the change.
I measured with the meter connector Z max card X3 between S and I do not evaluate any negative voltage, while on Y and X I measure 4.5 volts when close the contact voltage and 0 volts
there is a possibility to reset Atmega on the X3?


excuse my English I use google translator
I enclose my Configuration and pin H
to give a control
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Re: AZTEEG X3 with problems endstops Z axis

Postby maralb » Sat May 04, 2013 4:54 pm

no solution yet .......
sorry
I can use the positive contact with the S to see if the state?
something happens on the board?
I'm afraid to burn something
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Re: AZTEEG X3 with problems endstops Z axis

Postby maralb » Mon May 06, 2013 7:53 pm

I could not experience the problems due to my mistake in connecting the endstop.
I think I have burned my card for my connection error
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