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 And lastly the ASI Adept Piezo control box has an additional “PZ EXT.IN” input to accept a 0-10 VDC control voltage to move the Piezo that the Mad City Piezo control box does not have, see pictures 1 and 2. And lastly the ASI Adept Piezo control box has an additional “PZ EXT.IN” input to accept a 0-10 VDC control voltage to move the Piezo that the Mad City Piezo control box does not have, see pictures 1 and 2.
  
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 If by accident the PZ STAGE DB-9F header has styrene plugs in the bottom outer holes, (6 & 9), then the header was designed for Adept Piezo stages and will have to be changed to a Mad City Piezo header. Contact ASI for more information. If by accident the PZ STAGE DB-9F header has styrene plugs in the bottom outer holes, (6 & 9), then the header was designed for Adept Piezo stages and will have to be changed to a Mad City Piezo header. Contact ASI for more information.
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