Hi, I've searched through the forum and haven't found an answer to my question. The section that covered wiring external drivers (specifically DQ860MA) mentions, "The 4 pins are EN, DIR, STP, and ground. These pins or their equivalents are found on most external stepper drivers."
If the stepper doesn't have this type of labeling, such as the Gecko G203V - can you still wire them differently? I'm wondering if there is a different logic I can follow to still be able to wire this type of a stepper. The control wiring is labeled as follows: DISABLE(7), DIR(8), STEP(9), COMMON(10), CURRENT SET(11), CURRENT SET(12)
Is the G203V a different kind of driver, which fundamentally works differently and therefore cannot be wired to this board? I'm attempting to change a LaserSaurs electronics to smoothie and I haven't found anyone who has done this complain about the motor drivers issue (since lasersaurs typically used this line of gecko drivers).
Basically, is it possible to wire DISABLE(7), DIR(8), STEP(9), COMMON(10), CURRENT SET(11), CURRENT SET(12) to EN, DIR, STP, and ground?
Is there something fundamentally different from the external driver smoothie used in the documentation vs the driver i'm asking about?