Jumpers & Indicators
This jumper forces the board to skip the bootloader. This can always stay on unless a firmware upgrade is needed. Remove this jumper and follow the instructions on the Firmware upgrade page in the USB section to complete this procedure. Afterward, place the jumper again to skip the bootloader on the next boot.
This jumper configures the polarity of the OUT-AMPEN
This jumper configures the voltage of the STEP, ENABLE, and DIRECTION signals
These jumpers need to be placed in case the handwheel inputs are TTL.
The board uses several LEDs indicating activity.
24V AUX & 24V HOME indicates that the external power is connected, this means that 24V is available.
PWR This LED indicates that the power for the processor is available (3.3V).
Yellow = Network activity (ACT) Green = Network connection (LNK)
The following indicators are numbered from top to bottom
Flashing when the application is starting up. After startup, will be switched ON if E-STOP occurred.
Indicates ‘Machine On’
Controller ‘heartbeat’ indicating the board is active
WATCHDOG charge pump, indicates the operation of the watchdog circuitry
Please note, when in bootloader mode LED2 and LED3 will toggle to indicate this.
Most outputs on the iCNC600 have a dedicated LED to signal the current state of the output. These can be used to quickly diagnose issues regarding malfunctioning output devices. These LEDs can be found at the edge of the PCB next to the connector that contains this output.
An example of these output LEDs can be found below.
The AUX Inputs along with some other inputs feature dedicated LED indicators to signal the current state of the input. These can be used to quickly diagnose issues regarding malfunctioning input devices. These LEDs can be found near the edge of the PCB near the connector that contains these inputs.
An example of these input LEDs can be found below.