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  • Johan Verburg
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Ik heb een 3d printer de Tevo Tornado 24V en hij kan de temperatuur niet meer bereiken die ik opstel. Hij blijf hangen bij 170 graden Celsius.

https://www.tevo.cn/products/3d-printers/tevo-tornado/


Dit is wat ik al heb geprobeerd:

-Hele bedrading na gekeken om te kijken of er iets niet goed vast zat
-De verwarmingselement en de thermistor vervangen en in de firmware de waardes aangepast.
-De thermistor gemeten met een multimeter om te kijken of het de juiste waardes weergeeft
-na gekeken of ik de thermistor en de verwarmingselement goed heb vastgeschroefd

De onderdelen die ik heb vervangen zijn:
https://reprapworld.nl/pr...raadhuls_incl_thermistor/
https://www.123-3d.nl/123...0W-150-cm-i3319-t394.html

Iemand een idee wat het probleem zal kunnen zijn?

[Voor 24% gewijzigd door Johan Verburg op 30-06-2020 14:38]

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  • lasharor
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lasharor

7 december 2004

Welke Firmware draait hierop?

Zie ook: https://marlinfw.org/docs/gcode/M303.html

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  • sjaakwortel
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Nieuwe thermistor/heater moet je ook even een nieuwe PID tune doen

  • Johan Verburg
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Ik heb ook de PID aangepast in de firmware, plus ook PID tune geprobeerd maar dat werkt ook niet. hij draait nu firmware bugfix -2.0.x

Ik heb ook de originele firmware gedraaid en dat geeft ook dezelfde fout aan

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  • djunicron
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djunicron

*click-swoosh-thud*

Zou sowieso even de bekabeling en de plaatsing van het verwarmingselement controleren.

Bij de PID tune, is het altijd zo dat je vanuit een uitgangspunt begint. Indien de huidige te ver weg zitten van waar het heen moet, kan je tientalle tunes moeten doen voordat je goed zit. Even de variabelen in de GCode commands opzoeken en handmatig even bijsturen is misschien nodig.

Als dat nog steeds totaal geen resultaten geeft;

Even verifieren of je thermal run-away in deze firmware aan hebt staan. Indien dat het geval is, is het denk ik handig om even te kijken hoe warm het ding wordt en of het in staat is TRA te triggeren wanneer het element NIET in het blok zit.

Let wel, dit is eigenlijk allemaal alleen aan te raden indien je een methode hebt om de temperatuur te bepalen. Een IR thermometer zou hier ideaal voor zijn, dan kan je zien hoe warm het ding werkelijk wordt. Ik bedoel je kan dit niet even "voelen" en als je het ding te warm laat worden vliegt er uiteindelijk iets in de fik.

Het moment dat je element gewoon niet warm genoeg wordt, maar de voeding wel correct functioneert en je bord en bekabeling allemaal in orde is, zou je het element waarschijnlijk moeten vervangen.

Indien het element wel warm wordt, maar gewoon niet accuraat reageert, kan dat dus heel goed aan het bord liggen of aan de firmware.

Ik weet dat je schrijft dat je deze zaken al gecontroleerd hebt, maar voor je eigen gemoedsrust dus nog even in huidige staat herbeoordelen. Zonde om allerlei moeilijke dingen te doen en dan erachter te komen dat je toch ergens iets hebt losgetrokken of een pin niet lekker in de header zit, etc.

Het zou ook nog kunnen dat je heatblock en koeling teveel zijn voor het element huidige opstelling. Dat er b.v. teveel koeling wordt ingezet en daarom 170C de max is. Onwaarschijnlijk. Maar wat wel aan de hand kan zijn, is dat de warmte voorbij het blok ergens geleiding vind en dus b.v. je PTFE tube en printer frame aan het verwarmen is. Dit is vooral voor de PTFE tube gevaarlijk ook voor je gezondheid!

Je zal dus echt even eerst de fysieke connecties moeten nalopen en isoleren.

  • ocf81
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ocf81

Gewoon abnormaal ;-)

Heb je een part cooling fan? Als die per ongeluk een beetje verschoven is kan dat een grote invloed hebben op het vermogen van je hotend om op temperatuur te komen.

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ocf81

Gewoon abnormaal ;-)

djunicron schreef op woensdag 24 juni 2020 @ 17:00:
Let wel, dit is eigenlijk allemaal alleen aan te raden indien je een methode hebt om de temperatuur te bepalen. Een IR thermometer zou hier ideaal voor zijn, dan kan je zien hoe warm het ding werkelijk wordt. Ik bedoel je kan dit niet even "voelen" en als je het ding te warm laat worden vliegt er uiteindelijk iets in de fik.
Ik heb ondertussen de IR thermometer aan de wilgen gehangen. Het blikveld van dat ding was voor mij veel te breed. Het is beter een thermokoppel aan een arduino te hangen en op die manier de temperatuur te meten.

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*click-swoosh-thud*

ocf81 schreef op woensdag 24 juni 2020 @ 22:48:
[...]

Ik heb ondertussen de IR thermometer aan de wilgen gehangen. Het blikveld van dat ding was voor mij veel te breed. Het is beter een thermokoppel aan een arduino te hangen en op die manier de temperatuur te meten.
Er is niet maar één model natuurlijk... Maar mee eens, voor kleine dingen zoals een thermistor is het niet heel handig, maar op ~1cm afstand heb ik daarmee altijd prima kleine componenten kunnen meten. En weet ik dat m'n huidige thermokoppel er behoorlijk naast zit; Dat ding ziet m'n blok na PID tune b.v. als 200C, terwijl de nozzle en het blok toch echt 206C zijn. En als ik hem dan verder laat afkoelen naar b.v. 150C, dan is het in werkelijkheid 154C.

Niet zo erg, totdat je Cura profielen voor één materiaal voor meerdere printers ga slicen en één printer is bij 200C eigenlijk 194~195C en de ander 205C. (Inmiddels is het verschil meer 2C tussen m'n machines, waar was wel gerommel)

Wat dus ook om het voor OP ook nog zinnig te maken, kan betekenen dat er dus gewoon een firmware offset niet correct kan staan in de firmware. Maar goed, als je de weet van de verwarmingslijn dat er werkelijk een correct voltage doorheen gaat, kan je die afstrepen.

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sjaakwortel schreef op woensdag 24 juni 2020 @ 16:23:
Nieuwe thermistor/heater moet je ook even een nieuwe PID tune doen
Ik hoor meer mensen over PID tune, het probleem is alleen dat ik dan ook de heating failed error krijg.
Wat moet ik precies doen om een PID tune te doen zonder error te krijgen?

nog even ter info, het heaten naar 173/174 graden gaat redelijk snel (circa 40 sec) en daarna blijf hij schommelen tussen de 173/174 graden. Ik denk niet dat hij moeite heeft om te verhitten, anders had hij er wel langer over gedaan lijkt mij.

Hieronder de thermal setings van mijn configuration_adv.h

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//===========================================================================
//=============================Thermal Settings  ============================
//===========================================================================

//
// Custom Thermistor 1000 parameters
//
#if TEMP_SENSOR_0 == 1000
  #define HOTEND0_PULLUP_RESISTOR_OHMS 4700    // Pullup resistor
  #define HOTEND0_RESISTANCE_25C_OHMS  100000  // Resistance at 25C
  #define HOTEND0_BETA                 3950    // Beta value
#endif

#if TEMP_SENSOR_1 == 1000
  #define HOTEND1_PULLUP_RESISTOR_OHMS 4700    // Pullup resistor
  #define HOTEND1_RESISTANCE_25C_OHMS  100000  // Resistance at 25C
  #define HOTEND1_BETA                 3950    // Beta value
#endif

#if TEMP_SENSOR_2 == 1000
  #define HOTEND2_PULLUP_RESISTOR_OHMS 4700    // Pullup resistor
  #define HOTEND2_RESISTANCE_25C_OHMS  100000  // Resistance at 25C
  #define HOTEND2_BETA                 3950    // Beta value
#endif

#if TEMP_SENSOR_3 == 1000
  #define HOTEND3_PULLUP_RESISTOR_OHMS 4700    // Pullup resistor
  #define HOTEND3_RESISTANCE_25C_OHMS  100000  // Resistance at 25C
  #define HOTEND3_BETA                 3950    // Beta value
#endif

#if TEMP_SENSOR_4 == 1000
  #define HOTEND4_PULLUP_RESISTOR_OHMS 4700    // Pullup resistor
  #define HOTEND4_RESISTANCE_25C_OHMS  100000  // Resistance at 25C
  #define HOTEND4_BETA                 3950    // Beta value
#endif

#if TEMP_SENSOR_5 == 1000
  #define HOTEND5_PULLUP_RESISTOR_OHMS 4700    // Pullup resistor
  #define HOTEND5_RESISTANCE_25C_OHMS  100000  // Resistance at 25C
  #define HOTEND5_BETA                 3950    // Beta value
#endif

#if TEMP_SENSOR_BED == 1000
  #define BED_PULLUP_RESISTOR_OHMS     4700    // Pullup resistor
  #define BED_RESISTANCE_25C_OHMS      100000  // Resistance at 25C
  #define BED_BETA                     3950    // Beta value
#endif

#if TEMP_SENSOR_CHAMBER == 1000
  #define CHAMBER_PULLUP_RESISTOR_OHMS 4700    // Pullup resistor
  #define CHAMBER_RESISTANCE_25C_OHMS  100000  // Resistance at 25C
  #define CHAMBER_BETA                 3950    // Beta value
#endif

//
// Hephestos 2 24V heated bed upgrade kit.
// https://store.bq.com/en/heated-bed-kit-hephestos2
//
//#define HEPHESTOS2_HEATED_BED_KIT
#if ENABLED(HEPHESTOS2_HEATED_BED_KIT)
  #undef TEMP_SENSOR_BED
  #define TEMP_SENSOR_BED 70
  #define HEATER_BED_INVERTING true
#endif

/**
 * Heated Chamber settings
 */
#if TEMP_SENSOR_CHAMBER
  #define CHAMBER_MINTEMP             5
  #define CHAMBER_MAXTEMP            60
  #define TEMP_CHAMBER_HYSTERESIS     1   // (°C) Temperature proximity considered "close enough" to the target
  //#define CHAMBER_LIMIT_SWITCHING
  //#define HEATER_CHAMBER_PIN       44   // Chamber heater on/off pin
  //#define HEATER_CHAMBER_INVERTING false
#endif

#if DISABLED(PIDTEMPBED)
  #define BED_CHECK_INTERVAL 5000 // ms between checks in bang-bang control
  #if ENABLED(BED_LIMIT_SWITCHING)
    #define BED_HYSTERESIS 2 // Only disable heating if T>target+BED_HYSTERESIS and enable heating if T>target-BED_HYSTERESIS
  #endif
#endif

/**
 * Thermal Protection provides additional protection to your printer from damage
 * and fire. Marlin always includes safe min and max temperature ranges which
 * protect against a broken or disconnected thermistor wire.
 *
 * The issue: If a thermistor falls out, it will report the much lower
 * temperature of the air in the room, and the the firmware will keep
 * the heater on.
 *
 * The solution: Once the temperature reaches the target, start observing.
 * If the temperature stays too far below the target (hysteresis) for too
 * long (period), the firmware will halt the machine as a safety precaution.
 *
 * If you get false positives for "Thermal Runaway", increase
 * THERMAL_PROTECTION_HYSTERESIS and/or THERMAL_PROTECTION_PERIOD
 */
#if ENABLED(THERMAL_PROTECTION_HOTENDS)
  #define THERMAL_PROTECTION_PERIOD 60        // Seconds
  #define THERMAL_PROTECTION_HYSTERESIS 4     // Degrees Celsius

  //#define ADAPTIVE_FAN_SLOWING              // Slow part cooling fan if temperature drops
  #if BOTH(ADAPTIVE_FAN_SLOWING, PIDTEMP)
    //#define NO_FAN_SLOWING_IN_PID_TUNING    // Don't slow fan speed during M303
  #endif

  /**
   * Whenever an M104, M109, or M303 increases the target temperature, the
   * firmware will wait for the WATCH_TEMP_PERIOD to expire. If the temperature
   * hasn't increased by WATCH_TEMP_INCREASE degrees, the machine is halted and
   * requires a hard reset. This test restarts with any M104/M109/M303, but only
   * if the current temperature is far enough below the target for a reliable
   * test.
   *
   * If you get false positives for "Heating failed", increase WATCH_TEMP_PERIOD
   * and/or decrease WATCH_TEMP_INCREASE. WATCH_TEMP_INCREASE should not be set
   * below 2.
   */
  #define WATCH_TEMP_PERIOD 40                // Seconds
  #define WATCH_TEMP_INCREASE 2               // Degrees Celsius
#endif

/**
 * Thermal Protection parameters for the bed are just as above for hotends.
 */
#if ENABLED(THERMAL_PROTECTION_BED)
  #define THERMAL_PROTECTION_BED_PERIOD 40    // Seconds
  #define THERMAL_PROTECTION_BED_HYSTERESIS 2 // Degrees Celsius

  /**
   * As described above, except for the bed (M140/M190/M303).
   */
  #define WATCH_BED_TEMP_PERIOD 60                // Seconds
  #define WATCH_BED_TEMP_INCREASE 2               // Degrees Celsius
#endif

/**
 * Thermal Protection parameters for the heated chamber.
 */
#if ENABLED(THERMAL_PROTECTION_CHAMBER)
  #define THERMAL_PROTECTION_CHAMBER_PERIOD 20    // Seconds
  #define THERMAL_PROTECTION_CHAMBER_HYSTERESIS 2 // Degrees Celsius

  /**
   * Heated chamber watch settings (M141/M191).
   */
  #define WATCH_CHAMBER_TEMP_PERIOD 60            // Seconds
  #define WATCH_CHAMBER_TEMP_INCREASE 2           // Degrees Celsius
#endif

#if ENABLED(PIDTEMP)
  // Add an experimental additional term to the heater power, proportional to the extrusion speed.
  // A well-chosen Kc value should add just enough power to melt the increased material volume.
  //#define PID_EXTRUSION_SCALING
  #if ENABLED(PID_EXTRUSION_SCALING)
    #define DEFAULT_Kc (100) //heating power=Kc*(e_speed)
    #define LPQ_MAX_LEN 50
  #endif

  /**
   * Add an experimental additional term to the heater power, proportional to the fan speed.
   * A well-chosen Kf value should add just enough power to compensate for power-loss from the cooling fan.
   * You can either just add a constant compensation with the DEFAULT_Kf value
   * or follow the instruction below to get speed-dependent compensation.
   *
   * Constant compensation (use only with fanspeeds of 0% and 100%)
   * ---------------------------------------------------------------------
   * A good starting point for the Kf-value comes from the calculation:
   *   kf = (power_fan * eff_fan) / power_heater * 255
   * where eff_fan is between 0.0 and 1.0, based on fan-efficiency and airflow to the nozzle / heater.
   *
   * Example:
   *   Heater: 40W, Fan: 0.1A * 24V = 2.4W, eff_fan = 0.8
   *   Kf = (2.4W * 0.8) / 40W * 255 = 12.24
   *
   * Fan-speed dependent compensation
   * --------------------------------
   * 1. To find a good Kf value, set the hotend temperature, wait for it to settle, and enable the fan (100%).
   *    Make sure PID_FAN_SCALING_LIN_FACTOR is 0 and PID_FAN_SCALING_ALTERNATIVE_DEFINITION is not enabled.
   *    If you see the temperature drop repeat the test, increasing the Kf value slowly, until the temperature
   *    drop goes away. If the temperature overshoots after enabling the fan, the Kf value is too big.
   * 2. Note the Kf-value for fan-speed at 100%
   * 3. Determine a good value for PID_FAN_SCALING_MIN_SPEED, which is around the speed, where the fan starts moving.
   * 4. Repeat step 1. and 2. for this fan speed.
   * 5. Enable PID_FAN_SCALING_ALTERNATIVE_DEFINITION and enter the two identified Kf-values in
   *    PID_FAN_SCALING_AT_FULL_SPEED and PID_FAN_SCALING_AT_MIN_SPEED. Enter the minimum speed in PID_FAN_SCALING_MIN_SPEED
   */
  //#define PID_FAN_SCALING
  #if ENABLED(PID_FAN_SCALING)
    //#define PID_FAN_SCALING_ALTERNATIVE_DEFINITION
    #if ENABLED(PID_FAN_SCALING_ALTERNATIVE_DEFINITION)
      // The alternative definition is used for an easier configuration.
      // Just figure out Kf at fullspeed (255) and PID_FAN_SCALING_MIN_SPEED.
      // DEFAULT_Kf and PID_FAN_SCALING_LIN_FACTOR are calculated accordingly.

      #define PID_FAN_SCALING_AT_FULL_SPEED 13.0        //=PID_FAN_SCALING_LIN_FACTOR*255+DEFAULT_Kf
      #define PID_FAN_SCALING_AT_MIN_SPEED 6.0          //=PID_FAN_SCALING_LIN_FACTOR*PID_FAN_SCALING_MIN_SPEED+DEFAULT_Kf
      #define PID_FAN_SCALING_MIN_SPEED 10.0            // Minimum fan speed at which to enable PID_FAN_SCALING

      #define DEFAULT_Kf (255.0*PID_FAN_SCALING_AT_MIN_SPEED-PID_FAN_SCALING_AT_FULL_SPEED*PID_FAN_SCALING_MIN_SPEED)/(255.0-PID_FAN_SCALING_MIN_SPEED)
      #define PID_FAN_SCALING_LIN_FACTOR (PID_FAN_SCALING_AT_FULL_SPEED-DEFAULT_Kf)/255.0

    #else
      #define PID_FAN_SCALING_LIN_FACTOR (0)             // Power loss due to cooling = Kf * (fan_speed)
      #define DEFAULT_Kf 10                              // A constant value added to the PID-tuner
      #define PID_FAN_SCALING_MIN_SPEED 10               // Minimum fan speed at which to enable PID_FAN_SCALING
    #endif
  #endif
#endif

/**
 * Automatic Temperature:
 * The hotend target temperature is calculated by all the buffered lines of gcode.
 * The maximum buffered steps/sec of the extruder motor is called "se".
 * Start autotemp mode with M109 S<mintemp> B<maxtemp> F<factor>
 * The target temperature is set to mintemp+factor*se[steps/sec] and is limited by
 * mintemp and maxtemp. Turn this off by executing M109 without F*
 * Also, if the temperature is set to a value below mintemp, it will not be changed by autotemp.
 * On an Ultimaker, some initial testing worked with M109 S215 B260 F1 in the start.gcode
 */
#define AUTOTEMP
#if ENABLED(AUTOTEMP)
  #define AUTOTEMP_OLDWEIGHT 0.98
#endif

// Show extra position information with 'M114 D'
//#define M114_DETAIL

// Show Temperature ADC value
// Enable for M105 to include ADC values read from temperature sensors.
//#define SHOW_TEMP_ADC_VALUES

/**
 * High Temperature Thermistor Support
 *
 * Thermistors able to support high temperature tend to have a hard time getting
 * good readings at room and lower temperatures. This means HEATER_X_RAW_LO_TEMP
 * will probably be caught when the heating element first turns on during the
 * preheating process, which will trigger a min_temp_error as a safety measure
 * and force stop everything.
 * To circumvent this limitation, we allow for a preheat time (during which,
 * min_temp_error won't be triggered) and add a min_temp buffer to handle
 * aberrant readings.
 *
 * If you want to enable this feature for your hotend thermistor(s)
 * uncomment and set values > 0 in the constants below
 */

// The number of consecutive low temperature errors that can occur
// before a min_temp_error is triggered. (Shouldn't be more than 10.)
//#define MAX_CONSECUTIVE_LOW_TEMPERATURE_ERROR_ALLOWED 0

// The number of milliseconds a hotend will preheat before starting to check
// the temperature. This value should NOT be set to the time it takes the
// hot end to reach the target temperature, but the time it takes to reach
// the minimum temperature your thermistor can read. The lower the better/safer.
// This shouldn't need to be more than 30 seconds (30000)
//#define MILLISECONDS_PREHEAT_TIME 0

// @section extruder

// Extruder runout prevention.
// If the machine is idle and the temperature over MINTEMP
// then extrude some filament every couple of SECONDS.
//#define EXTRUDER_RUNOUT_PREVENT
#if ENABLED(EXTRUDER_RUNOUT_PREVENT)
  #define EXTRUDER_RUNOUT_MINTEMP 190
  #define EXTRUDER_RUNOUT_SECONDS 30
  #define EXTRUDER_RUNOUT_SPEED 1500  // (mm/m)
  #define EXTRUDER_RUNOUT_EXTRUDE 5   // (mm)
#endif

// @section temperature

// Calibration for AD595 / AD8495 sensor to adjust temperature measurements.
// The final temperature is calculated as (measuredTemp * GAIN) + OFFSET.
#define TEMP_SENSOR_AD595_OFFSET  0.0
#define TEMP_SENSOR_AD595_GAIN    1.0
#define TEMP_SENSOR_AD8495_OFFSET 0.0
#define TEMP_SENSOR_AD8495_GAIN   1.0

/**
 * Controller Fan
 * To cool down the stepper drivers and MOSFETs.
 *
 * The fan will turn on automatically whenever any stepper is enabled
 * and turn off after a set period after all steppers are turned off.
 */
//#define USE_CONTROLLER_FAN
#if ENABLED(USE_CONTROLLER_FAN)
  //#define CONTROLLER_FAN_PIN -1           // Set a custom pin for the controller fan
  #define CONTROLLERFAN_SECS 60             // Duration in seconds for the fan to run after all motors are disabled
  #define CONTROLLERFAN_SPEED 255           // 255 == full speed
  //#define CONTROLLERFAN_SPEED_Z_ONLY 127  // Reduce noise on machines that keep Z enabled
#endif

// When first starting the main fan, run it at full speed for the
// given number of milliseconds.  This gets the fan spinning reliably
// before setting a PWM value. (Does not work with software PWM for fan on Sanguinololu)
#define FAN_KICKSTART_TIME 100

// Some coolers may require a non-zero "off" state.
//#define FAN_OFF_PWM  1

/**
 * PWM Fan Scaling
 *
 * Define the min/max speeds for PWM fans (as set with M106).
 *
 * With these options the M106 0-255 value range is scaled to a subset
 * to ensure that the fan has enough power to spin, or to run lower
 * current fans with higher current. (e.g., 5V/12V fans with 12V/24V)
 * Value 0 always turns off the fan.
 *
 * Define one or both of these to override the default 0-255 range.
 */
//#define FAN_MIN_PWM 50
//#define FAN_MAX_PWM 128

/**
 * FAST PWM FAN Settings
 *
 * Use to change the FAST FAN PWM frequency (if enabled in Configuration.h)
 * Combinations of PWM Modes, prescale values and TOP resolutions are used internally to produce a
 * frequency as close as possible to the desired frequency.
 *
 * FAST_PWM_FAN_FREQUENCY [undefined by default]
 *   Set this to your desired frequency.
 *   If left undefined this defaults to F = F_CPU/(2*255*1)
 *   ie F = 31.4 Khz on 16 MHz microcontrollers or F = 39.2 KHz on 20 MHz microcontrollers
 *   These defaults are the same as with the old FAST_PWM_FAN implementation - no migration is required
 *   NOTE: Setting very low frequencies (< 10 Hz) may result in unexpected timer behavior.
 *
 * USE_OCR2A_AS_TOP [undefined by default]
 *   Boards that use TIMER2 for PWM have limitations resulting in only a few possible frequencies on TIMER2:
 *   16MHz MCUs: [62.5KHz, 31.4KHz (default), 7.8KHz, 3.92KHz, 1.95KHz, 977Hz, 488Hz, 244Hz, 60Hz, 122Hz, 30Hz]
 *   20MHz MCUs: [78.1KHz, 39.2KHz (default), 9.77KHz, 4.9KHz, 2.44KHz, 1.22KHz, 610Hz, 305Hz, 153Hz, 76Hz, 38Hz]
 *   A greater range can be achieved by enabling USE_OCR2A_AS_TOP. But note that this option blocks the use of
 *   PWM on pin OC2A. Only use this option if you don't need PWM on 0C2A. (Check your schematic.)
 *   USE_OCR2A_AS_TOP sacrifices duty cycle control resolution to achieve this broader range of frequencies.
 */
#if ENABLED(FAST_PWM_FAN)
  //#define FAST_PWM_FAN_FREQUENCY 31400
  //#define USE_OCR2A_AS_TOP
#endif

// @section extruder

/**
 * Extruder cooling fans
 *
 * Extruder auto fans automatically turn on when their extruders'
 * temperatures go above EXTRUDER_AUTO_FAN_TEMPERATURE.
 *
 * Your board's pins file specifies the recommended pins. Override those here
 * or set to -1 to disable completely.
 *
 * Multiple extruders can be assigned to the same pin in which case
 * the fan will turn on when any selected extruder is above the threshold.
 */
#define E0_AUTO_FAN_PIN 7
#define E1_AUTO_FAN_PIN -1
#define E2_AUTO_FAN_PIN -1
#define E3_AUTO_FAN_PIN -1
#define E4_AUTO_FAN_PIN -1
#define E5_AUTO_FAN_PIN -1
#define CHAMBER_AUTO_FAN_PIN -1

#define EXTRUDER_AUTO_FAN_TEMPERATURE 50
#define EXTRUDER_AUTO_FAN_SPEED 255   // 255 == full speed
#define CHAMBER_AUTO_FAN_TEMPERATURE 30
#define CHAMBER_AUTO_FAN_SPEED 255

/**
 * Part-Cooling Fan Multiplexer
 *
 * This feature allows you to digitally multiplex the fan output.
 * The multiplexer is automatically switched at tool-change.
 * Set FANMUX[012]_PINs below for up to 2, 4, or 8 multiplexed fans.
 */
#define FANMUX0_PIN -1
#define FANMUX1_PIN -1
#define FANMUX2_PIN -1

/**
 * M355 Case Light on-off / brightness
 */
//#define CASE_LIGHT_ENABLE
#if ENABLED(CASE_LIGHT_ENABLE)
  //#define CASE_LIGHT_PIN 4                  // Override the default pin if needed
  #define INVERT_CASE_LIGHT false             // Set true if Case Light is ON when pin is LOW
  #define CASE_LIGHT_DEFAULT_ON true          // Set default power-up state on
  #define CASE_LIGHT_DEFAULT_BRIGHTNESS 105   // Set default power-up brightness (0-255, requires PWM pin)
  //#define CASE_LIGHT_MAX_PWM 128            // Limit pwm
  //#define CASE_LIGHT_MENU                   // Add Case Light options to the LCD menu
  //#define CASE_LIGHT_NO_BRIGHTNESS          // Disable brightness control. Enable for non-PWM lighting.
  //#define CASE_LIGHT_USE_NEOPIXEL           // Use Neopixel LED as case light, requires NEOPIXEL_LED.
  #if ENABLED(CASE_LIGHT_USE_NEOPIXEL)
    #define CASE_LIGHT_NEOPIXEL_COLOR { 255, 255, 255, 255 } // { Red, Green, Blue, White }
  #endif
#endif

// @section homing

// If you want endstops to stay on (by default) even when not homing
// enable this option. Override at any time with M120, M121.
//#define ENDSTOPS_ALWAYS_ON_DEFAULT

// @section extras

//#define Z_LATE_ENABLE // Enable Z the last moment. Needed if your Z driver overheats.

// Employ an external closed loop controller. Override pins here if needed.
//#define EXTERNAL_CLOSED_LOOP_CONTROLLER
#if ENABLED(EXTERNAL_CLOSED_LOOP_CONTROLLER)
  //#define CLOSED_LOOP_ENABLE_PIN        -1
  //#define CLOSED_LOOP_MOVE_COMPLETE_PIN -1
#endif

/**
 * Dual Steppers / Dual Endstops
 *
 * This section will allow you to use extra E drivers to drive a second motor for X, Y, or Z axes.
 *
 * For example, set X_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS setting to use a second motor. If the motors need to
 * spin in opposite directions set INVERT_X2_VS_X_DIR. If the second motor needs its own endstop
 * set X_DUAL_ENDSTOPS. This can adjust for "racking." Use X2_USE_ENDSTOP to set the endstop plug
 * that should be used for the second endstop. Extra endstops will appear in the output of 'M119'.
 *
 * Use X_DUAL_ENDSTOP_ADJUSTMENT to adjust for mechanical imperfection. After homing both motors
 * this offset is applied to the X2 motor. To find the offset home the X axis, and measure the error
 * in X2. Dual endstop offsets can be set at runtime with 'M666 X<offset> Y<offset> Z<offset>'.
 */

//#define X_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS
#if ENABLED(X_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS)
  #define INVERT_X2_VS_X_DIR true   // Set 'true' if X motors should rotate in opposite directions
  //#define X_DUAL_ENDSTOPS
  #if ENABLED(X_DUAL_ENDSTOPS)
    #define X2_USE_ENDSTOP _XMAX_
    #define X_DUAL_ENDSTOPS_ADJUSTMENT  0
  #endif
#endif

//#define Y_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS
#if ENABLED(Y_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS)
  #define INVERT_Y2_VS_Y_DIR true   // Set 'true' if Y motors should rotate in opposite directions
  //#define Y_DUAL_ENDSTOPS
  #if ENABLED(Y_DUAL_ENDSTOPS)
    #define Y2_USE_ENDSTOP _YMAX_
    #define Y_DUAL_ENDSTOPS_ADJUSTMENT  0
  #endif
#endif

//#define Z_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS
#if ENABLED(Z_DUAL_STEPPER_DRIVERS)
  //#define Z_DUAL_ENDSTOPS
  #if ENABLED(Z_DUAL_ENDSTOPS)
    #define Z2_USE_ENDSTOP _XMAX_
    #define Z_DUAL_ENDSTOPS_ADJUSTMENT  0
  #endif
#endif

//#define Z_TRIPLE_STEPPER_DRIVERS
#if ENABLED(Z_TRIPLE_STEPPER_DRIVERS)
  //#define Z_TRIPLE_ENDSTOPS
  #if ENABLED(Z_TRIPLE_ENDSTOPS)
    #define Z2_USE_ENDSTOP _XMAX_
    #define Z3_USE_ENDSTOP _YMAX_
    #define Z_TRIPLE_ENDSTOPS_ADJUSTMENT2  0
    #define Z_TRIPLE_ENDSTOPS_ADJUSTMENT3  0
  #endif
#endif

/**
 * Dual X Carriage
 *
 * This setup has two X carriages that can move independently, each with its own hotend.
 * The carriages can be used to print an object with two colors or materials, or in
 * "duplication mode" it can print two identical or X-mirrored objects simultaneously.
 * The inactive carriage is parked automatically to prevent oozing.
 * X1 is the left carriage, X2 the right. They park and home at opposite ends of the X axis.
 * By default the X2 stepper is assigned to the first unused E plug on the board.
 *
 * The following Dual X Carriage modes can be selected with M605 S<mode>:
 *
 *   0 : (FULL_CONTROL) The slicer has full control over both X-carriages and can achieve optimal travel
 *       results as long as it supports dual X-carriages. (M605 S0)
 *
 *   1 : (AUTO_PARK) The firmware automatically parks and unparks the X-carriages on tool-change so
 *       that additional slicer support is not required. (M605 S1)
 *
 *   2 : (DUPLICATION) The firmware moves the second X-carriage and extruder in synchronization with
 *       the first X-carriage and extruder, to print 2 copies of the same object at the same time.
 *       Set the constant X-offset and temperature differential with M605 S2 X[offs] R[deg] and
 *       follow with M605 S2 to initiate duplicated movement.
 *
 *   3 : (MIRRORED) Formbot/Vivedino-inspired mirrored mode in which the second extruder duplicates
 *       the movement of the first except the second extruder is reversed in the X axis.
 *       Set the initial X offset and temperature differential with M605 S2 X[offs] R[deg] and
 *       follow with M605 S3 to initiate mirrored movement.
 */
//#define DUAL_X_CARRIAGE
#if ENABLED(DUAL_X_CARRIAGE)
  #define X1_MIN_POS X_MIN_POS   // Set to X_MIN_POS
  #define X1_MAX_POS X_BED_SIZE  // Set a maximum so the first X-carriage can't hit the parked second X-carriage
  #define X2_MIN_POS    80       // Set a minimum to ensure the  second X-carriage can't hit the parked first X-carriage
  #define X2_MAX_POS   353       // Set this to the distance between toolheads when both heads are homed
  #define X2_HOME_DIR    1       // Set to 1. The second X-carriage always homes to the maximum endstop position
  #define X2_HOME_POS X2_MAX_POS // Default X2 home position. Set to X2_MAX_POS.
                      // However: In this mode the HOTEND_OFFSET_X value for the second extruder provides a software
                      // override for X2_HOME_POS. This also allow recalibration of the distance between the two endstops
                      // without modifying the firmware (through the "M218 T1 X???" command).
                      // Remember: you should set the second extruder x-offset to 0 in your slicer.

  // This is the default power-up mode which can be later using M605.
  #define DEFAULT_DUAL_X_CARRIAGE_MODE DXC_AUTO_PARK_MODE

  // Default x offset in duplication mode (typically set to half print bed width)
  #define DEFAULT_DUPLICATION_X_OFFSET 100

#endif // DUAL_X_CARRIAGE

// Activate a solenoid on the active extruder with M380. Disable all with M381.
// Define SOL0_PIN, SOL1_PIN, etc., for each extruder that has a solenoid.
//#define EXT_SOLENOID

// @section homing

// Homing hits each endstop, retracts by these distances, then does a slower bump.
#define X_HOME_BUMP_MM 5
#define Y_HOME_BUMP_MM 5
#define Z_HOME_BUMP_MM 2
#define HOMING_BUMP_DIVISOR { 2, 2, 4 }  // Re-Bump Speed Divisor (Divides the Homing Feedrate)
//#define QUICK_HOME                     // If homing includes X and Y, do a diagonal move initially
//#define HOMING_BACKOFF_MM { 2, 2, 2 }  // (mm) Move away from the endstops after homing

// When G28 is called, this option will make Y home before X
//#define HOME_Y_BEFORE_X

// Enable this if X or Y can't home without homing the other axis first.
//#define CODEPENDENT_XY_HOMING

#if ENABLED(BLTOUCH)
  /**
   * Either: Use the defaults (recommended) or: For special purposes, use the following DEFINES
   * Do not activate settings that the probe might not understand. Clones might misunderstand
   * advanced commands.
   *
   * Note: If the probe is not deploying, check a "Cmd: Reset" and "Cmd: Self-Test" and then
   *       check the wiring of the BROWN, RED and ORANGE wires.
   *
   * Note: If the trigger signal of your probe is not being recognized, it has been very often
   *       because the BLACK and WHITE wires needed to be swapped. They are not "interchangeable"
   *       like they would be with a real switch. So please check the wiring first.
   *
   * Settings for all BLTouch and clone probes:
   */

  // Safety: The probe needs time to recognize the command.
  //         Minimum command delay (ms). Enable and increase if needed.
  //#define BLTOUCH_DELAY 500

  /**
   * Settings for BLTOUCH Classic 1.2, 1.3 or BLTouch Smart 1.0, 2.0, 2.2, 3.0, 3.1, and most clones:
   */

  // Feature: Switch into SW mode after a deploy. It makes the output pulse longer. Can be useful
  //          in special cases, like noisy or filtered input configurations.
  //#define BLTOUCH_FORCE_SW_MODE

  /**
   * Settings for BLTouch Smart 3.0 and 3.1
   * Summary:
   *   - Voltage modes: 5V and OD (open drain - "logic voltage free") output modes
   *   - High-Speed mode
   *   - Disable LCD voltage options
   */

  /**
   * Danger: Don't activate 5V mode unless attached to a 5V-tolerant controller!
   * V3.0 or 3.1: Set default mode to 5V mode at Marlin startup.
   * If disabled, OD mode is the hard-coded default on 3.0
   * On startup, Marlin will compare its eeprom to this vale. If the selected mode
   * differs, a mode set eeprom write will be completed at initialization.
   * Use the option below to force an eeprom write to a V3.1 probe regardless.
   */
  //#define BLTOUCH_SET_5V_MODE

  /**
   * Safety: Activate if connecting a probe with an unknown voltage mode.
   * V3.0: Set a probe into mode selected above at Marlin startup. Required for 5V mode on 3.0
   * V3.1: Force a probe with unknown mode into selected mode at Marlin startup ( = Probe EEPROM write )
   * To preserve the life of the probe, use this once then turn it off and re-flash.
   */
  //#define BLTOUCH_FORCE_MODE_SET

  /**
   * Use "HIGH SPEED" mode for probing.
   * Danger: Disable if your probe sometimes fails. Only suitable for stable well-adjusted systems.
   * This feature was designed for Delta's with very fast Z moves however higher speed cartesians may function
   * If the machine cannot raise the probe fast enough after a trigger, it may enter a fault state.
   */
  //#define BLTOUCH_HS_MODE

  // Safety: Enable voltage mode settings in the LCD menu.
  //#define BLTOUCH_LCD_VOLTAGE_MENU

#endif // BLTOUCH

/**
 * Z Steppers Auto-Alignment
 * Add the G34 command to align multiple Z steppers using a bed probe.
 */
//#define Z_STEPPER_AUTO_ALIGN
#if ENABLED(Z_STEPPER_AUTO_ALIGN)
  // Define probe X and Y positions for Z1, Z2 [, Z3]
  #define Z_STEPPER_ALIGN_XY { {  10, 190 }, { 100,  10 }, { 190, 190 } }

  // Provide Z stepper positions for more rapid convergence in bed alignment.
  // Currently requires triple stepper drivers.
  //#define Z_STEPPER_ALIGN_KNOWN_STEPPER_POSITIONS
  #if ENABLED(Z_STEPPER_ALIGN_KNOWN_STEPPER_POSITIONS)
    // Define Stepper XY positions for Z1, Z2, Z3 corresponding to
    // the Z screw positions in the bed carriage.
    // Define one position per Z stepper in stepper driver order.
    #define Z_STEPPER_ALIGN_STEPPER_XY { { 210.7, 102.5 }, { 152.6, 220.0 }, { 94.5, 102.5 } }
  #else
    // Amplification factor. Used to scale the correction step up or down.
    // In case the stepper (spindle) position is further out than the test point.
    // Use a value > 1. NOTE: This may cause instability
    #define Z_STEPPER_ALIGN_AMP 1.0
  #endif

  // Set number of iterations to align
  #define Z_STEPPER_ALIGN_ITERATIONS 3

  // Enable to restore leveling setup after operation
  #define RESTORE_LEVELING_AFTER_G34

  // On a 300mm bed a 5% grade would give a misalignment of ~1.5cm
  #define G34_MAX_GRADE  5  // (%) Maximum incline G34 will handle

  // Stop criterion. If the accuracy is better than this stop iterating early
  #define Z_STEPPER_ALIGN_ACC 0.02
#endif

// @section motion

#define AXIS_RELATIVE_MODES { false, false, false, false }

// Add a Duplicate option for well-separated conjoined nozzles
//#define MULTI_NOZZLE_DUPLICATION

// By default pololu step drivers require an active high signal. However, some high power drivers require an active low signal as step.
#define INVERT_X_STEP_PIN false
#define INVERT_Y_STEP_PIN false
#define INVERT_Z_STEP_PIN false
#define INVERT_E_STEP_PIN false

// Default stepper release if idle. Set to 0 to deactivate.
// Steppers will shut down DEFAULT_STEPPER_DEACTIVE_TIME seconds after the last move when DISABLE_INACTIVE_? is true.
// Time can be set by M18 and M84.
#define DEFAULT_STEPPER_DEACTIVE_TIME 120
#define DISABLE_INACTIVE_X true
#define DISABLE_INACTIVE_Y true
#define DISABLE_INACTIVE_Z true  // Set to false if the nozzle will fall down on your printed part when print has finished.
#define DISABLE_INACTIVE_E true

#define DEFAULT_MINIMUMFEEDRATE       0.0     // minimum feedrate
#define DEFAULT_MINTRAVELFEEDRATE     0.0

//#define HOME_AFTER_DEACTIVATE  // Require rehoming after steppers are deactivated

// Minimum time that a segment needs to take if the buffer is emptied
#define DEFAULT_MINSEGMENTTIME        20000   // (ms)

// If defined the movements slow down when the look ahead buffer is only half full
#define SLOWDOWN

// Frequency limit
// See nophead's blog for more info
// Not working O
//#define XY_FREQUENCY_LIMIT  15

// Minimum planner junction speed. Sets the default minimum speed the planner plans for at the end
// of the buffer and all stops. This should not be much greater than zero and should only be changed
// if unwanted behavior is observed on a user's machine when running at very slow speeds.
#define MINIMUM_PLANNER_SPEED 0.05 // (mm/s)

//
// Backlash Compensation
// Adds extra movement to axes on direction-changes to account for backlash.
//
//#define BACKLASH_COMPENSATION
#if ENABLED(BACKLASH_COMPENSATION)
  // Define values for backlash distance and correction.
  // If BACKLASH_GCODE is enabled these values are the defaults.
  #define BACKLASH_DISTANCE_MM { 0, 0, 0 } // (mm)
  #define BACKLASH_CORRECTION    0.0       // 0.0 = no correction; 1.0 = full correction

  // Set BACKLASH_SMOOTHING_MM to spread backlash correction over multiple segments
  // to reduce print artifacts. (Enabling this is costly in memory and computation!)
  //#define BACKLASH_SMOOTHING_MM 3 // (mm)

  // Add runtime configuration and tuning of backlash values (M425)
  //#define BACKLASH_GCODE

  #if ENABLED(BACKLASH_GCODE)
    // Measure the Z backlash when probing (G29) and set with "M425 Z"
    #define MEASURE_BACKLASH_WHEN_PROBING

    #if ENABLED(MEASURE_BACKLASH_WHEN_PROBING)
      // When measuring, the probe will move up to BACKLASH_MEASUREMENT_LIMIT
      // mm away from point of contact in BACKLASH_MEASUREMENT_RESOLUTION
      // increments while checking for the contact to be broken.
      #define BACKLASH_MEASUREMENT_LIMIT       0.5   // (mm)
      #define BACKLASH_MEASUREMENT_RESOLUTION  0.005 // (mm)
      #define BACKLASH_MEASUREMENT_FEEDRATE    Z_PROBE_SPEED_SLOW // (mm/m)
    #endif
  #endif
#endif

/**
 * Automatic backlash, position and hotend offset calibration
 *
 * Enable G425 to run automatic calibration using an electrically-
 * conductive cube, bolt, or washer mounted on the bed.
 *
 * G425 uses the probe to touch the top and sides of the calibration object
 * on the bed and measures and/or correct positional offsets, axis backlash
 * and hotend offsets.
 *
 * Note: HOTEND_OFFSET and CALIBRATION_OBJECT_CENTER must be set to within
 *       ±5mm of true values for G425 to succeed.
 */
//#define CALIBRATION_GCODE
#if ENABLED(CALIBRATION_GCODE)

  #define CALIBRATION_MEASUREMENT_RESOLUTION     0.01 // mm

  #define CALIBRATION_FEEDRATE_SLOW             60    // mm/m
  #define CALIBRATION_FEEDRATE_FAST           1200    // mm/m
  #define CALIBRATION_FEEDRATE_TRAVEL         3000    // mm/m

  // The following parameters refer to the conical section of the nozzle tip.
  #define CALIBRATION_NOZZLE_TIP_HEIGHT          1.0  // mm
  #define CALIBRATION_NOZZLE_OUTER_DIAMETER      2.0  // mm

  // Uncomment to enable reporting (required for "G425 V", but consumes PROGMEM).
  //#define CALIBRATION_REPORTING

  // The true location and dimension the cube/bolt/washer on the bed.
  #define CALIBRATION_OBJECT_CENTER     { 264.0, -22.0,  -2.0 } // mm
  #define CALIBRATION_OBJECT_DIMENSIONS {  10.0,  10.0,  10.0 } // mm

  // Comment out any sides which are unreachable by the probe. For best
  // auto-calibration results, all sides must be reachable.
  #define CALIBRATION_MEASURE_RIGHT
  #define CALIBRATION_MEASURE_FRONT
  #define CALIBRATION_MEASURE_LEFT
  #define CALIBRATION_MEASURE_BACK

  // Probing at the exact top center only works if the center is flat. If
  // probing on a screwhead or hollow washer, probe near the edges.
  //#define CALIBRATION_MEASURE_AT_TOP_EDGES

  // Define pin which is read during calibration
  #ifndef CALIBRATION_PIN
    #define CALIBRATION_PIN -1 // Override in pins.h or set to -1 to use your Z endstop
    #define CALIBRATION_PIN_INVERTING false // Set to true to invert the pin
    //#define CALIBRATION_PIN_PULLDOWN
    #define CALIBRATION_PIN_PULLUP
  #endif
#endif

/**
 * Adaptive Step Smoothing increases the resolution of multi-axis moves, particularly at step frequencies
 * below 1kHz (for AVR) or 10kHz (for ARM), where aliasing between axes in multi-axis moves causes audible
 * vibration and surface artifacts. The algorithm adapts to provide the best possible step smoothing at the
 * lowest stepping frequencies.
 */
//#define ADAPTIVE_STEP_SMOOTHING

/**
 * Custom Microstepping
 * Override as-needed for your setup. Up to 3 MS pins are supported.
 */
//#define MICROSTEP1 LOW,LOW,LOW
//#define MICROSTEP2 HIGH,LOW,LOW
//#define MICROSTEP4 LOW,HIGH,LOW
//#define MICROSTEP8 HIGH,HIGH,LOW
//#define MICROSTEP16 LOW,LOW,HIGH
//#define MICROSTEP32 HIGH,LOW,HIGH

// Microstep setting (Only functional when stepper driver microstep pins are connected to MCU.
#define MICROSTEP_MODES { 16, 16, 16, 16, 16, 16 } // [1,2,4,8,16]

/**
 *  @section  stepper motor current
 *
 *  Some boards have a means of setting the stepper motor current via firmware.
 *
 *  The power on motor currents are set by:
 *    PWM_MOTOR_CURRENT - used by MINIRAMBO & ULTIMAIN_2
 *                         known compatible chips: A4982
 *    DIGIPOT_MOTOR_CURRENT - used by BQ_ZUM_MEGA_3D, RAMBO & SCOOVO_X9H
 *                         known compatible chips: AD5206
 *    DAC_MOTOR_CURRENT_DEFAULT - used by PRINTRBOARD_REVF & RIGIDBOARD_V2
 *                         known compatible chips: MCP4728
 *    DIGIPOT_I2C_MOTOR_CURRENTS - used by 5DPRINT, AZTEEG_X3_PRO, AZTEEG_X5_MINI_WIFI, MIGHTYBOARD_REVE
 *                         known compatible chips: MCP4451, MCP4018
 *
 *  Motor currents can also be set by M907 - M910 and by the LCD.
 *    M907 - applies to all.
 *    M908 - BQ_ZUM_MEGA_3D, RAMBO, PRINTRBOARD_REVF, RIGIDBOARD_V2 & SCOOVO_X9H
 *    M909, M910 & LCD - only PRINTRBOARD_REVF & RIGIDBOARD_V2
 */
//#define PWM_MOTOR_CURRENT { 1300, 1300, 1250 }          // Values in milliamps
//#define DIGIPOT_MOTOR_CURRENT { 135,135,135,135,135 }   // Values 0-255 (RAMBO 135 = ~0.75A, 185 = ~1A)
//#define DAC_MOTOR_CURRENT_DEFAULT { 70, 80, 90, 80 }    // Default drive percent - X, Y, Z, E axis

// Use an I2C based DIGIPOT (e.g., Azteeg X3 Pro)
//#define DIGIPOT_I2C
#if ENABLED(DIGIPOT_I2C) && !defined(DIGIPOT_I2C_ADDRESS_A)
  /**
   * Common slave addresses:
   *
   *                        A   (A shifted)   B   (B shifted)  IC
   * Smoothie              0x2C (0x58)       0x2D (0x5A)       MCP4451
   * AZTEEG_X3_PRO         0x2C (0x58)       0x2E (0x5C)       MCP4451
   * AZTEEG_X5_MINI        0x2C (0x58)       0x2E (0x5C)       MCP4451
   * AZTEEG_X5_MINI_WIFI         0x58              0x5C        MCP4451
   * MIGHTYBOARD_REVE      0x2F (0x5E)                         MCP4018
   */
  #define DIGIPOT_I2C_ADDRESS_A 0x2C  // unshifted slave address for first DIGIPOT
  #define DIGIPOT_I2C_ADDRESS_B 0x2D  // unshifted slave address for second DIGIPOT
#endif

//#define DIGIPOT_MCP4018          // Requires library from https://github.com/stawel/SlowSoftI2CMaster
#define DIGIPOT_I2C_NUM_CHANNELS 8 // 5DPRINT: 4     AZTEEG_X3_PRO: 8     MKS SBASE: 5
// Actual motor currents in Amps. The number of entries must match DIGIPOT_I2C_NUM_CHANNELS.
// These correspond to the physical drivers, so be mindful if the order is changed.
#define DIGIPOT_I2C_MOTOR_CURRENTS { 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0 }  //  AZTEEG_X3_PRO

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