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 ^Shortcut ​ |NR|  ^Shortcut ​ |NR| 
 ^Format ​ |SCANR [X=start] ​ [Y=stop] [Z=enc_divide] [F= #_pixels]| ^Format ​ |SCANR [X=start] ​ [Y=stop] [Z=enc_divide] [F= #_pixels]|
-^Units ​   |integer|+^Units ​  ​|X and Y in mm, Z and F as integer|
 ^Remembered |Using SS Z | ^Remembered |Using SS Z |
 ^Firmware Required |SCAN| ^Firmware Required |SCAN|
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 ^Shortcut ​ |NR|  ^Shortcut ​ |NR| 
-^Format ​ |[addr#​]SCANR [X=start] ​ [Y=stop] [Z=enc_divide] [F= #​_pixels]| +^Format ​ |[addr#​]SCANR [X=start] ​ [Y=stop] [Z=enc_divide] [F= #_pixels]  [R=retrace_speed]| 
-^Units ​   |integer|+^Units ​  ​|X and Y in mm, Z and F as integer, R as percentage (0-100)|
 ^Type    |Card-Addressed| ^Type    |Card-Addressed|
 ^Remembered |Using [addr#]SS Z | ^Remembered |Using [addr#]SS Z |
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-Sets up raster scan start and stop positions, with the position values expressed in millimeters. ​ During scanning, the stage will move past both of these positions slightly, so that when scanning within the range specified, the scan proceeds with uniform speed (set by the ''​SPEED''​ command). ​ On units equipped with hardware position Sync, the output pulse goes high as the stage crosses the start position. On systems with the ''​ENC_INT''​ firmware module, an output pulse will occur every enc_divide number of encoder counts. ​ If the user specifies the ''#​_pixels'',​ the stop position will be calculated based upon the enc_divide and start position.+Sets up raster scan start and stop positions, with the position values expressed in millimeters. ​ During scanning, the stage will move past both of these positions slightly, so that when scanning within the range specified, the scan proceeds with uniform speed (set by the ''​SPEED''​ command). ​ On units equipped with hardware position Sync, the output pulse goes high as the stage crosses the start position. On systems with the ''​ENC_INT''​ firmware module, an output pulse will occur every ''​enc_divide'' ​number of encoder counts. 
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 +If the user specifies the ''#​_pixels'',​ the stop position will be calculated based upon the enc_divide and start position
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 +On TG-1000 v3.30 and later use ''​retrace_speed''​ to specify the speed of the retrace move as a percentage of the max speed (decimal value between 0 and 100).  The default value of 67 was the hardcoded value previously. ​ This feature can be added to MS-2000 on customer request.
  
  
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