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    Default TNG V1 Spindle setup

    Setting up a new VFD and 2,2 spindle with Mk 3/4 board. Standard Huanyang units as Planet CNC manuals. For a wood router so no tool coolant required.
    I have connected outputs 1, 2 & 6. as shown in the user manual.
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    In the software example for an Mk 3/4 board on page 7 of 12 in the "OutputBoard_user_manual" It clearly shows that only output pin 1 (on/off) is called. - Direction & Speed are left unassigned? Really need to know if this is actually correct.

    Have asked support but just get referred back to manuals which seem not answer this question.
    Also how do I test this before connecting up as suggested in the manual. (at the end of the dialogue.)

    If you have been here. I would be extremely grateful for your kind advice.

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    Default Re: TNG V1 Spindle setup

    Page 7/12 shows how to set CNCUSB software to use 3 relays. First one for spindle, second for mist and third for flood.
    Newer manual is here:
    https://planet-cnc.com/using-output-...c-controllers/



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    Default Re: TNG V1 Spindle setup

    I cannot understand why I cannot get the the solution,
    The link you gave is the same information that I have already.
    Just want to know what to put in the setup settings.

    Your example shows only output pin 1 (on/off) is called. - Direction & Speed are left unassigned?
    Regardless, Do I put 2 in direction box and do I put 6 in speed box?
    Or leave it as your example shows.
    That is all I want to know.



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    Default Re: TNG V1 Spindle setup

    Link that I posted has two scenarios:
    1. If you use 3 relays connect output board terminals to controller like this: ...
    2. If you use 2 relays and 0-10V connect output board terminals to controller like this:...
    Second scenario uses pin 6 for speed.



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