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  1. Connect the Duet to your Mac with the USB cable provided. Do not connect other power supplies at this stage.
    • Connect the Duet to your Mac with the USB cable provided. Do not connect other power supplies at this stage.

  2. Mac OSX Users: Open Applications > Utilities > Terminal . Run ls /dev/tty.* Copy the result that has USB in the name. For example; /dev/tty.usbmodem1411 Run screen /dev/tty.usbmodem1411 115200. Replace "usbmodem1411" with the result you received. You should see a blank screen. Hit enter and you should see OK returned. You are connected successfully.
    • Mac OSX Users: Open Applications > Utilities > Terminal .

    • Run ls /dev/tty.* Copy the result that has USB in the name. For example; /dev/tty.usbmodem1411

    • Run screen /dev/tty.usbmodem1411 115200. Replace "usbmodem1411" with the result you received. You should see a blank screen. Hit enter and you should see OK returned. You are connected successfully.

    • If you get an error, Sorry, could not find a PTY. unplug the USB, plug it back in and try again.

  3. After the COM port has been configured, send command "M115" to the Duet board.
    • After the COM port has been configured, send command "M115" to the Duet board.

    • The Duet will return the firmware version being used confirming the connection to the Duet.

    • In all future guides when double quotation marks are being used, use straight quotation marks, These can be set in the System Preferences -> Keyboard on your Mac.

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Robert

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Im struggling a little. When I connected I get three red LEDS next to the driver connection s on the board. If I flick my end stops, the red lights go off.

When i run screen /dev/tty.usbmodem1411 115200 (having replaced with my modem number) I get

ERROR:Temperature reading fault on heater 1: open circuit

and then i get continuous

WiFi reported error: no known networks found

I am wondering if I have my end stops right. But then I dont get why I cant connect to the modem at the moment..

Can someone help?

Rob - Reply

Hi Rob,

At this point in time ignore the endstops, that will be sorted later in the guides.

To stop the WiFi reported error: no known networks found error, quickly send M552 S0.

Please email sales@ooznest.co.uk and we can help you further through there.

Best Regards

Ryan Lock

Ryan Lock -

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