GL-8H endstop on Sidewinder X1
I am attempting to convert an Evnovo Sidewinder X1. The endstops used are Sunx GL-8H types, which according to Panasonic, the new owners of Sunx, are inductive sensors that require 12-24V supply voltage. Would these work on a Duet Maestro if I connect the VIN pin for the probe to the 24V supply? The input pin is documented to work up to 30V and should be able to handle it?
Thinking about this some more, the sensors work fine on the original MKS Gen L board, which provides 5V to the VIN pin of the sensor. So 5V from e.g. the PanelDue connector should suffice, correct?
@ofliduet Confirmed. Using the 5V supply from the Z Probe connector, the GL-8H sensor works. One axis homed, two to go.