CamPod Step and Direction Signal Pin Assignments
CamPod's Default Signal Pin Assignments
DB25 Female Connector

1 - Output - Home Mode, Normally High, Low when Homing the Machine
2 - Output - X Step, Normally Low
3 - Output - X Direction
4 - Output - Y Step, Normally Low
5 - Output - Y Direction
6 - Output - Relay A, Normally Low, High turns on Relay A
7 - Output - Relay B, Normally Low, High turns on Relay B
8 - Output - Z Step, Normally Low
9 - Output - Z Direction
10 - Input - XXX
11 - Input - X limit
12 - Input - Y limit
13 - Input - Z limit
14 - Output - *Enable, Low enables the Stepper Motor Drivers, Pulse Low to Enable Servos
15 - Input - Status or Servo Fault High, Low OK Servos
16 - Output - +5 Volts
17 - Output - Hi Power, High when High Power should be applied to Stepper Motors, Pulse High to Disable Servos
18 through 25 - Ground, Signal Return


Parallel IO Port Connector on CamPod

Wire Jumpers can be used to change pin signal assignments




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Published 2/10/2017 8:09:37 AM
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