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    Hi, Looking for some help trying to wire up a projector Im trying to piece together. I took the galvos and amp out of a smaller projector I had sitting around and cant figure out how to wire them up. The amp for the galvos is a single board that only has power input (+18 g -18), power out (+15 g -15) and for the x, y it only has (X g Y). Is there any way to wire this to a dz break out board or is it not usable without the other boards that were in the other projector? I have a picture of the connections that I will attach.
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    You have a 'single ended' galvo amp.

    Connect X+ to X+ on the breakout board, connect Y+ to Y+ on the breakout board, connect G to '25' ground on the breakout board; that's it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    You have a 'single ended' galvo amp.

    Connect X+ to X+ on the breakout board, connect Y+ to Y+ on the breakout board, connect G to '25' ground on the breakout board; that's it.
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    Thanks, that worked.

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