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guide-endstops [2017/02/05 20:56]
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-Make absolutely sure that you do not connect VCC ( red ) and GND ( blue ) to a mechanical (microswitch) endstop! Depending on your wiring ​that may fries your smoothieboard instantly or when the switch gets pressed. There is wiring where this not happens and you switch the signal between VCC and GND, but if you're not careful enough you damage your board.+Make absolutely sure that you do not connect VCC ( red ) and GND ( blue ) to a mechanical (microswitch) endstop! Depending on your wiring ​this may fry your smoothieboard instantly or when the switch gets pressed. There is certain ​wiring where this won't happen when you switch the signal between VCC and GND, but if you're not careful enough you will damage your board.
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