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 Assign the specified number to the axis’s current position buffer. ​ If no position is specified, 0 is assumed. ​ The unit of measurement is in tenths of microns. ​ This defines the current position to be a specific distance from the origin (0), i.e., the origin may change. ​ Assign the specified number to the axis’s current position buffer. ​ If no position is specified, 0 is assumed. ​ The unit of measurement is in tenths of microns. ​ This defines the current position to be a specific distance from the origin (0), i.e., the origin may change. ​
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 +On clocked devices (filter slider, turret etc) use the <wrap cmd> + </​wrap>​ (plus) operator to sets the spacing of the nth position. Example, On a 2 position objective slider, if the user wants to adjust the spacing of the 2nd objective so that it's better aligned to the optical path, they can adjust 2nd objectives position with a manual input device, then save it by issuing serial command <wrap cmd> H [Axis char]+ </​wrap>​. Only available on MS2000 version 9.2m and above, TG1000 version 3.28 and above.  ​
  
 If there are no errors, the positive reply <wrap reply> :A </​wrap>​ will be sent back from the controller If there are no errors, the positive reply <wrap reply> :A </​wrap>​ will be sent back from the controller
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