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guide-endstops [2018/05/31 14:16]
liliako [Powered endstops wiring]
guide-endstops [2020/05/15 13:43] (current)
arthur
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 End-stops can also be used as limit switches which prevent the machine from attempting to move beyond the physical limits of the axis (by pausing/​stopping movement when triggered), see the [[http://​smoothieware.org/​endstops|Endstops page]] for details about configuring Smoothie to use End Stops as limit switches. End-stops can also be used as limit switches which prevent the machine from attempting to move beyond the physical limits of the axis (by pausing/​stopping movement when triggered), see the [[http://​smoothieware.org/​endstops|Endstops page]] for details about configuring Smoothie to use End Stops as limit switches.
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 +<callout type="​primary"​ icon="​true"​ title="​TL;​DR">​
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 +To make things as simple as possible: In Smoothie, endstops do three things : 
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 +* Homing ( move til endstop is hit )
 +* Hard endstops ( stop when endstop is hit, which is optional )
 +* Soft endstop ( once homed, do not go further than a set position, which is also optional )
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 <callout type="​warning"​ icon="​true"​ title="​ Note">​ <callout type="​warning"​ icon="​true"​ title="​ Note">​
  
-Smoothie does not allow you to use a zprobe as an endstop. An endstop must be dedicated to being an endstop and cannot be used as a zprobe and vice versa.+Smoothie does not allow you to use a zprobe as an endstop. An endstop must be dedicated to being an endstop and cannot be used as a zprobe and vice versa. This does not mean *ANY* kind of feature is missing, you can still do everything you expect, this is just a subtility in vocubulary and in how configuration is organized, that new users are generally fine with, *except* if they come from another system which has a different paradygm.
  
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 To know exactly what your endstop does, see it's documentation. To know exactly what your endstop does, see it's documentation.
  
-If once wired, your endstop reports the opposite of what it should via the <​kbd>​M119</​kbd>​ command ( <​kbd>​1</​kbd>​ when not triggered, and <​kbd>​0</​kbd>​ when triggered ), see the "​Testing"​ section.+If once wired, your endstop reports the opposite of what it should via the <​kbd>​M119</​kbd>​ command ( <​kbd>​1</​kbd>​ when triggered/pushed, and <​kbd>​0</​kbd>​ when not triggered ), see the "​Testing"​ section.
  
 Some endstops might require removing their "​pull-up"​ configuration,​ in this case, change : Some endstops might require removing their "​pull-up"​ configuration,​ in this case, change :