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 On some Missions such as [[STS-88]] and [[STS-98]] the RMS is required to work very close to the joint limits - which means that you will probably spend a lot of time going in and out of [[rms#​single_mode|single mode]]. the Reach limit is actually just a soft-stop, and the joint still have some range of motion before reaching the hard-stop, the physical joint movement limit. On some Missions such as [[STS-88]] and [[STS-98]] the RMS is required to work very close to the joint limits - which means that you will probably spend a lot of time going in and out of [[rms#​single_mode|single mode]]. the Reach limit is actually just a soft-stop, and the joint still have some range of motion before reaching the hard-stop, the physical joint movement limit.
  
-Disabling the Soft-stop allows you to keep working in [[rms#​ORB/​UNL_(orbiter/​Unloaded)|ORB/​UNL mode]] until you reach the Hard-limit. this is done from the CRT using [[ops2#​spec_94|PDRS CONTROL display]] (SPEC94, SM mode, OPS2). **ITEM8** ("SOFT STOP INH") will disable the Soft-stop limit while **ITEM 7** ("SOFT STOP ENA") will re-enable it..+Disabling the Soft-stop allows you to keep working in [[rms#​ORB/​UNL_(orbiter/​Unloaded)|ORB/​UNL mode]] until you reach the Hard-limit. this is done from the CRT using [[ops2#​spec_94|PDRS CONTROL display]] (OPS2, SM mode, SPEC94). **ITEM8** ("SOFT STOP INH") will disable the Soft-stop limit while **ITEM 7** ("SOFT STOP ENA") will re-enable it..
  
  
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