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Description

Directly change a hardware pin's state. If no pin is specified, the LED pin is assumed.

Example

 M42 P9 S1

Set the state of Pin 9 to 1.

Arguments

 P<pin>   An optional pin number. If omitted use the LED pin.
 S<value> Required. The state value to set, 0-255.

Discussion

M42 immediately changes a hardware pin's state. This can cause bad things to happen if not used correctly. Use with caution!

If you need the pin change to wait for the last-queued move, precede it with M400.

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