How to connect the card to my machine

Question Comment brancher ces fils sur votre carte

Bonsoir ,vous me dite,de ne pas brancher la grande prise (C bien la prise avec un fil rouge et l’autre noir ??. et pouvez vous me montrer ou je branche les 2 fils en haut à droite sur votre carte .Encore un Gros Merci pour votre compréhension Cordialement

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Comme vous pouvez voir rien ne change ,car je pense que mes 2 contacts de fin de course ne sont pas alimentés (pas de voyant allumé) que faire . Cordialement

Comment corriger mon O M car j’ai un problème de limite CordialementIMG_20191004_103809

I am having a lot of difficulty understanding what you write, Google Translate is not working well.

I have asked you to do the M119 test 3 times to see if the switches register. I wrote exactly what to do. You need to do it in order for me to able to help you.

OK ou ce trouve le commutateur X, et Y !!! je ne trouve pas ou appuyer

Still no idea what you are saying.

Faite moi voir ou ce trouve le commutateur x et y !!!

Bonjour ,je vais vous renvoyer ma carte pour la contrôler.Dite moi ci OK Cordialement

I have asked you to do the M119 test 3 times to see if the switches register. I wrote exactly what to do. You need to do it in order for me to able to help you.

YOU NEED TO GIVE ME 3 M119 RESULTS. THIS IS HOW I WILL TELL YOU IF THE SWITCHES ARE WORKING PROPERLY OR NOT.

Bonjour et encore merci mai vous me dite d’appuyer sur les commutateurs faite moi voir ou appuyer .j’ais bien voulu mai je ne voie pas Cordialement

Hello and thank you again you may tell me to press the switches made me see or press. I may have kindly agreed I do not see Cordially

bonsoir je vous renvoie la carte pour la contrôler par vos services Cordialement

I’m sorry, I really can’t understand anything you’re saying. Do you know someone that speaks/ writes English that can help translate?

He’s saying he’s sending you back the control board to get it checked.

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Thank you for translating, Adrien. Could you please reply back that he absolutely does not need to do that, and that he simply needs to follow the above instructions and respond here with the results? I appreciate the help, Serge and I seem to be stuck in a loop over that simple request.

Adrien,merci ils me disent d’appuyer sur le commutateur X et Y mais je ne vois pas ou le faire C là le ik .Déjà

.Déjà les commutateurs ne s’allumes pas !!! voilà le résultat avec la tête au milieu Encore merci et bonne journée

I’ll help you with this.

Serge: Pose ton doigt sur le commutateur vert à droite sur la photo et entre la commande M119. Comme ces commutateurs détectent l’arrêt de ta tête laser non pas avec un interrupteur mais, je suppose, avec un détecteur de movement, le seul moyen, c’est de mettre un objet devant ou ton doigt.

Tu fais de même avec l’autre commutateur d’arrêt à gauche plus bas et ensuite tu donnes le résultat obtenu sur Lightburn. Tout ça, c’est juste pour savoir si les commutateurs sont bien connectés et fonctionnent comme il faut.

Translation for Ray: He didn’t understand what refers to “switch” (and to be honest, me neither at first) because the homing sensors he’s got (I’ve got the same actually) do not have any physical switches, they have a close detection… thingy. I ask him to put his finger (or any object) in front of the sensor and give you the result in Lightburn.

Also told him that the first step to fixing his issue is to find out if these homing sensors are working correctly.

He also said that using your board, the lights on the homing sensors don’t light up. (but they do with the factory board).

He also asks where the white and blue cable top right on his M2Nano should be connected on your board (and what it’s supposed to do), thinking it might be the homing sensors (but I think it’s something else?)

Hope I got this right, that’s quite theoretical for me.

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Those particular sensors are a non contact inductive sensor. you would need to place a flat piece of metal in front of them to activate it.

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Thanks for the precision !

@AMATO Edit: Tu vas devoir placer une fine plaque métallique sur le commutateur pour simuler son activation et non ton doigt.

Also upon taking another look, there appear to be many different versions of this sensor.
They have varying operating voltages as well as normally open or normally closed outputs.
looking at the above images these ones state 6-36 volts but does not state the output type.
The 6 volt minimum may be the first issue as I believe that the laserboard uses 5 volts for the end stops.

The other machine with similar endstops shows 5-30 volts with normally closed output.
These “should” work with a small change in the settings as long as they actually work down to the listed 5 v.

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