"The G340's step pulse multiplier, the G902, allows the user to select between a multiplier of 1, 2, 5 or 10. What this means is the number of pulses will be multiplied by the selected jumper setting. An example would be if you have it on the 5 setting, it will move 5 pulses for every pulse sent, thereby dividing your encoder line count by 5. You get speed at the sake of resolution and the easy way to get speed and resolution is to supply a higher step pulse frequency.
The G340 should only be used if you are already stuck with a high resolution encoder and a low maximum frequency step pulse signal."
[Let us know if that does the trick, okay?]
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