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 10 - Toggle TTL OUT0. If TTL OUT0 is set either LOW or HIGH, an input pulse on the TTL IN0 will cause the output to toggle to the other state. ​ 10 - Toggle TTL OUT0. If TTL OUT0 is set either LOW or HIGH, an input pulse on the TTL IN0 will cause the output to toggle to the other state. ​
  
-11 - SERVOLOCK_TTL mode (must have firmware support; prints SRVLK_TTL in the ''​BU X''​ output). ​ To engage the SERVOLOCK_TTL mode use the ''​LK''​ command which will then automatically change the TTL IN0 mode and normally will restore it afterwards. ​ For further documentation see the [[:​servolock_ttl|SERVOLOCK_TTL documentation]].+11 - SERVOLOCK_TTL mode (must have firmware support; prints SRVLK_TTL in the ''​BU X''​ output). ​ To engage the SERVOLOCK_TTL mode use the ''​LK''​ command which will then automatically change the TTL IN0 mode and normally will restore it afterwards.  When the SERVOLOCK_TTL mode is engaged do not change the ''​TTL X''​ setting.  For further documentation see the [[:​servolock_ttl|SERVOLOCK_TTL documentation]].
  
 12 – Behavior is exactly the same as mode 1 above except the moves are relative rather than absolute. 12 – Behavior is exactly the same as mode 1 above except the moves are relative rather than absolute.
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commands/ttl.txt · Last modified: 2019/05/25 22:32 by jon