M59 Set Output Relay

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P - Discrete output relay from 0 to 255 or macro number 12000 to 12255.

M59 turns on a discrete output relay. An example of its usage is M59 Pnnn, where nnn is the relay number being turned on. M59 can also be used with the corresponding macro number in the range from 12000 to 12255. When using Macros, M59 P12003 does the same thing as using the optional macro command #12003=1, except that it is processed at the end of the line of code.

note: For the 8 spare M functions on relay board 1 use relays 90-97 or macro addresses #12090 - #12097

This M code turns on a relay. An example of its use is M59 Pnn, where nn is the number of the relay being turned on. An M59 command is used to turn on any of the discrete output relays in the range from 1100 to 1155. When using Macros, M59 P1103 does the same thing as using the optional macro command #1103 = 1, except that it is processed in the same order as axis motion.

note: The 8 spare M functions use addresses 1140-1147.

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