Connect your LumenPnP to your computer using the motherboard’s USB-C port.
Manually move the Y gantry all the way to the front of the machine, and the X gantry all the way to the left.
Plug in the power supply to power up the machine
Now, it’s time to check and see if your computer recognizes the motherboard. We’re going to use CNCjs to check this, but feel free to use any other tool you’d like. Download CNCjs, install it, and open it.
Connection widget, select the
Click the refresh button next to the
Port dropdown, and click the dropdown to see if your computer found the board.
COM1or something similar
Keep the Baud Rate at
115200, and click the Open button. If you see boot text enter the
Console widget, you’ve successfully connected to your LumenPnP!
If your LumenPnP doesn’t show up on the list, try some of the following steps:
We also need to check connecting to the cameras. CNCjs has a webcam feature, so we’ll use it for this test too.
Webcam tab in the bottom left of the window
Click on the module using the little slider icon
Open the widget using the carrot icon
Finally, click the gear and look for detected webcams in the dropdown under “Use a built-in camera or a connected webcam”. You should find “PnP Top Camera” and “PnP Bottom Camera” in the dropdown. Select each one and test out the camera feed.
Continue to testing the motors.