Jog Board Speed Resister

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Jog Board Speed Resister

Postby garysb56 » 01 Feb 2016, 04:49

I have installed a 10k pot so i can control the jog speed. I soldered three wires in the board where i thought a pot would be mounted but it doesn't work can you help me ?
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i solder the three wires to three pins where the pot would mount
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Re: Jog Board Speed Resister

Postby Support » 02 Feb 2016, 11:18

Are you sure that pins of potentiometer are correctly connected?

Is anything moving? Or there only is no effect from the potentiometer no matter the value?
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Re: Jog Board Speed Resister

Postby garysb56 » 02 Feb 2016, 18:12

well i'm do sure but if you look at the board you see where there is a place for a pot and adjacent at are the three wire so thats how i hook them up and yes there is no change in speed when justing the pot.
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Re: Jog Board Speed Resister

Postby garysb56 » 04 Feb 2016, 02:52

Support wrote:Are you sure that pins of potentiometer are correctly connected?

Is anything moving? Or there only is no effect from the potentiometer no matter the value?


there is no effect from the potentiometer no matter the value?
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Re: Jog Board Speed Resister

Postby Support » 04 Feb 2016, 08:28

Maybe this is the case? (user had wrong wires connected)
viewtopic.php?f=12&t=2319&p=11409&hilit=potentiometer#p11409

If you jump pins manually on the JOG connector is machine moving?

Is your keyboard enabled in settings? File/Settings/JOG/Jogging keyboard -> enable
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Re: Jog Board Speed Resister

Postby garysb56 » 11 Feb 2016, 20:02

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You ask if it is wired correctly ? well its wired like the schematic you sent me ! and yes if i jump the pins the gantry moves appropriately. In checking for 3.3v there is none at the center pin of the pot and if i jump from the 3.3v to the input center pin the gantry moves "Y"+
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Re: Jog Board Speed Resister

Postby Support » 12 Feb 2016, 08:21

Link that I have sent you was a post that was indicating wrong schematic. User connected 3.3V signal to middle pin which is wrong, I thought that maybe that was cause to your problem.

From pictures you have sent I can see that everything is connected OK.

Have you measured voltage between 3.3V and GND on JOG connector?
You said that when you jump 3.3V pin and POT pin Y axis moves? this should not happen...
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Re: Jog Board Speed Resister

Postby garysb56 » 28 Feb 2016, 02:14

Jog connector on the board like in the diagram ?
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Re: Jog Board Speed Resister

Postby Support » 29 Feb 2016, 09:40

Yes, but the middle pin of potentiometer should be connected to POT pin of JOG connector.
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Re: Jog Board Speed Resister

Postby ddelarze » 29 Apr 2016, 13:18

Very nice enclosure frame, do yo have more pictures? Do you built it or buy it?
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Re: Jog Board Speed Resister

Postby garysb56 » 19 May 2016, 22:41

I built the driver box. Thanks
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