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Explanation of the descriptions in this manual

  • The "X" "Y" "Z" and "U" of terminal names and bit names refer to the X-axis, Y-axis, Z-axis, and U-axis, respectively.
  • Terminals with a / (ex. /RST) are negative logic. Their logic cannot be changed. Terminals without a / are positive logic. Their output logic can be changed.
  • When describing the bits in registers, "n" refers to the bit position. A "0" means that the bit is in position 0 and that it is prohibited to write to any bit other than "0." Finally, this bit will always return a "0" when read out.

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