Epson Nanoptix CALLISTO Owner`s manual

ULTRA SYSTEM
Owner’s Manual
First Edition - August 1, 2006
Last Revised - November 28, 2008
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Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Consult your Nanoptix Inc. sales
representative for information that is applicable and current. Nanoptix Inc. reserves the right to
improve products as new technology, components, software and firmware become available.
No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means,
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Copyright 2008 by Nanoptix Inc.
Dieppe, New Brunswick Canada
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Radio Frequency Interference Statement
Warning
Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Note
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
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Information to the User
This equipment must be installed and used in strict accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions. However, there is no guarantee that interference to radio communications will not
occur in a particular commercial installation. If this equipment does cause interference, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to contact Nanoptix
Inc. immediately.
Nanoptix Inc. is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorized
modification of this equipment or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and
equipment other than those specified by Nanoptix Inc. The correction of interferences caused by
such unauthorized modification, substitution or attachment will be the responsibility of the user.
In order to ensure compliance with the Product Safety, FCC and CE marking requirements, you
must use the power supply, power cord, and interface cables, which were shipped with this
product or which meet the following parameters:
Power Supply
UL Listed power supply with standard 60Hz-50Hz, 100-240VAC input and 12VDC isolated output
for the Ultra Board, 24VDC output for the Spill Proof printer. Power supplies used must be
equipped with AC line filtering, over-current and short-circuit protection. Use of these products
with a power supply other than a Nanoptix Inc. approved one will require you to test the power
supply and Nanoptix Inc. printer for FCC and CE mark certification.
Communication Interface Cable
An approved Nanoptix interface cable must be used with this product. Use of a cable other than
Nanoptix approved product will require that you test the cable with the Nanoptix Inc. printer and
your system for FCC and CE mark certification.
Power Cord
A UL listed, detachable power cord must be used. A power cord with Type SVT marking must be
used. For applications outside the North America, power cords that meet the particular country’s
certification and application requirements should be used.
Use of a power cord other than described here may result in a violation of safety certifications that
is in force in the country of use.
Industry Canada (IC)
Radio Frequency Interference Statement
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le
matériel brouilleur du Canada.
NOTE:
Information contained in this manual applies to the following
firmware versions:
Ultra board Ver. 1:
5.02A
Ultra Board Ver. 2:
6.05A
Spill Proof Printer:
3.10M
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents .......................................................................................................... iv
About the Ultra System .................................................................................................. 1
1.1
Description of the Ultra System .................................................................................. 1
1.2
Description of the Ultra Board ................................................................................... 2
1.2.1
1.2.2
Ultra Board - version 1 ........................................................................................................... 2
Ultra Board - version 2 ........................................................................................................... 3
1.3
General specifications .................................................................................................. 4
1.4
Ultra Board Controls ................................................................................................... 5
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.4.3
1.4.4
1.4.5
1.4.6
1.4.7
1.4.8
Power source and reset......................................................................................................... 5
Function Buttons................................................................................................................... 6
Function Buttons used in Combination: ............................................................................. 7
Display message .................................................................................................................... 8
DIP switches .......................................................................................................................... 9
Status LEDs......................................................................................................................... 12
Advanced configuration – using a PS2 Keyboard and Spill Proof printer.................... 13
Advanced configuration – using a terminal software ...................................................... 14
2 Control Box .............................................................................................................. 15
2.1
Description of the Control Box ................................................................................. 15
2.2
Buttons used in Combination: .................................................................................. 16
2.3
Meters: ........................................................................................................................ 16
3 Spill Proof Printer.................................................................................................... 17
4 Connections and Configuration .............................................................................. 18
4.1
Setup for location with a maximum of 6 gaming terminals ................................... 18
4.2
Setup for locations with 7 to 36 games ..................................................................... 20
5 Troubleshooting the Ultra System........................................................................... 22
5.1
Testing the Ultra Board............................................................................................. 22
5.2
Testing the Spill Proof Printer .................................................................................. 23
5.3
Communication Ports ................................................................................................ 24
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
Serial (RS232) Interface ..................................................................................................... 24
Interconnect (RS485) Interface(s) pin-out........................................................................ 24
Game terminal interface(s) ................................................................................................ 25
6 Media and Supplies Guide....................................................................................... 26
6.1
Parts List..................................................................................................................... 26
7 Mechanical Drawings .............................................................................................. 27
8 Maintenance & Cleaning Instructions.................................................................... 28
9 Ultra Board Setting for Common game .................................................................. 28
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Service & Support ............................................................................................ 31
10.1
Returning products back to Nanoptix for repairs (RMA) ..................................... 31
10.2
Technical Support Contact Information.................................................................. 31
APPENDIX A: Advanced configuration ................................................................... 32
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Figures
FIGURE 1: ULTRA SYSTEM .......................................................................... 1
FIGURE 2: ULTRA BOARD VER.1 ................................................................. 2
FIGURE 3: ULTRA BOARD VER.2 ................................................................. 3
FIGURE 4: ULTRA BOARD VER.1 RESET ...................................................... 5
FIGURE 5: ULTRA BOARD VER.2 RESET ...................................................... 5
FIGURE 6: FUNCTION BUTTONS ................................................................... 6
FIGURE 7: DISPLAY .................................................................................... 8
FIGURE 8: DIP SWITCHES BOARD VER. 1..................................................... 9
FIGURE 9: DIP SWITCHES BOARD VER. 2 .................................................... 9
FIGURE 10: STATUS LEDS ....................................................................... 12
FIGURE 11: CONFIGURATIONS USING KEYBOARD & PRINTER ..................... 13
FIGURE 12: CONFIGURATIONS USING TERMINAL ......................................... 14
FIGURE 13: CONTROL BOX ....................................................................... 15
FIGURE 14: SPILL PROOF PRINTER ........................................................... 17
FIGURE 15: INSTALLATION OVERVIEW ........................................................ 18
FIGURE 16: BREAK OUT BOX ..................................................................... 19
FIGURE 17: POWER ON STATUS TICKET ................................................... 22
FIGURE 18: POWER ON STATUS TICKET ................................................... 23
FIGURE 19: ULTRA SYSTEM COMPONENTS ................................................ 26
FIGURE 20: MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS – BOARD REV.1 ............................. 27
FIGURE 21: MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS – BOARD REV.2 ............................. 27
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Tables
TABLE 1: SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................... 4
TABLE 2: DIP SWITCH BANKS 1 & 2 .......................................................... 10
TABLE 3: DIP SWITCH BANK 3 ................................................................. 11
TABLE 4: 9 PIN RS232 SERIAL INTERFACE ............................................... 24
TABLE 5: RS-485 INTERCONNECT INTERFACE(S) PIN-OUT......................... 24
TABLE 6: GAME TERMINAL INTERFACE(S) .................................................. 25
TABLE 7: ULTRA SYSTEM COMPONENTS ................................................... 26
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About the Ultra System
1.1 Description of the Ultra System
The Ultra System has been designed to manage small game rooms. With simple non-intrusive
connections, the system can be scaled to meet different needs. From remotely clearing credits
and printing behind the bar or counter to acting as a complete bookkeeping center.
A - Ultra Board
B - Break out box
C - Spill Proof Printer
D - Control box
E - “Y” cable
F - Modem (Optional)
G - 100’ RS485 cable
(RJ25-R25)
H - 20’ port cable (RJ45RJ45)
Figure 1: Ultra System
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1.2 Description of the Ultra Board
The Ultra Board is the central component of the Ultra System. Each unit has a unique serial
number. A custom message can be entered and the time and date can be printed on every
voucher. All major functions and settings can be set using the DIP switches or the function
buttons. With the use of the supplied cable, the board can be connected to a PC/Laptop or PS2
keyboard to access all of the advances options and settings.
1.2.1 Ultra Board - version 1
A - DIP switch bank 1
B - DIP switch bank 2
C - DIP switch bank 3
D - LED Display
E - Game ports(qty. 6)
F - RS232 port
G - RS485 ports (qty. 2)
H - USB port
I – Power port (5VDC only)
J - Keyboard port
K - Function Button 1
L - Function Button 2
M - Function Button 3
Figure 2: Ultra Board ver.1
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1.2.2 Ultra Board - version 2
A - DIP switch bank 1
B - DIP switch bank 2
C - DIP switch bank 3
D - LED Display
E – Game ports(qty. 6)
(E1 also supplies power to the
Ultra Board)
F - RS232 port
G - RS485 ports (qty. 2)
H - USB port
I - External power port (5 to 12
VDC accepted) (Optional)
J - Keyboard port
K - Function Button 1
L - Function Button 2
M - Function Button 3
Figure 3: Ultra Board ver.2
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1.3 General specifications
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Operating Relative Humidity
Communication Interface
Optional Interface
Memory/Firmware
Human Interface
Dimensions
Weight
Emission Standards
Immunity Standards
0 to 50 C
-40 C to +65 C
5% to 90% RH at 50C (non-condensing)
USB, RS-232C, RS-485
Keyboard (PS/2)
1 Mbit of SRAM, 4 Mbit of flash and128Kbit of
EEPROM
2x8 Segment LED and port Status LEDs
5 in. x 5.1 in. (130 mm x 127 mm)
0.38 lbs (0.17 Kg)
United States - FCC Part 15 Subpart B
Canada - Industry Canada ICES-003
Europe – EN 55022
Class A emissions
EN55024
Table 1: Specifications
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1.4 Ultra Board Controls
1.4.1 Power source and reset
1.4.1.1 Ultra Board - version 1
This board is powered by the white 2 pin power input harness (5 VDC only). The board is reset
by disconnecting and reconnecting this harness.
Figure 4: Ultra Board Ver.1 Reset
1.4.1.2 Ultra Board - version 2
This board has 2 supply options. It can be powered by and external power supply (the external
source must be an isolated 5-12 VDC power supply). The other option is to use power from
game terminal #1 to supply the Ultra board. The board is reset by disconnecting and
reconnecting the cable.
Figure 5: Ultra Board Ver.2 Reset
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1.4.2
Function Buttons
Figure 6: Function buttons
•
Function Button 1 (RED or SW500):
o Pressing while In Run Mode (“PO” on display): Will causes the printer or terminal
to display/print a summary of the current DIP switch settings, the unit serial
number and the software revision number.
o Pressing and holding for 15 sec while powering up: Will enable communication
with a keyboard via PS2 port
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Function Button 2 (WHITE or SW501):
o Pressing while In Run Mode (“PO” on display): will do nothing
o Pressing and holding for 10 sec while powering up: will do nothing
•
Function Button 3 (BLACK or SW502):
o Pressing while In Run Mode (“PO” on display): Will do nothing
o Pressing and holding for 15 sec while powering up: Will put the Ultra board into
COIN IN/CASHOUT auto calibration mode. If successful, the letters “CA” will be
seen on the display. Simply insert $1.00 to the game, then clear the credits (by
pressing the knock off or cash out button), repeat this operation for each
additional game/port which needs to be calibrated. Once finished calibrating
desired ports, press F1 (RED button) to exit (a setup report will be printed). Then
power OFF and ON the Ultra board to get back into polling mode. To reset all
ports back to the Dip Switch default values, press F2 (White Button) at any time
while in calibration mode.
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1.4.3
Function Buttons used in Combination:
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Function Buttons 1 and 2
o Pressing simultaneously while In Run Mode (“PO” on display): Will do nothing
o Pressing and holding simultaneously for 15 sec while powering up: Will put the
Ultra Board into “Multi Drop” address configuration mode. If successful, the
letters “Ad” will be displayed for a second. Pressing function button 3 (Black) will
sequentially change the Ultra board’s “Multi Drop” address from 01 up to 32. To
save the new address into memory, the Ultra Board must be turned OFF and
then back ON.
Note: When more than one ultra boards are used in the same network, each
boards needs to have a unique Address. When in use with a Spill Proof printer,
the addresses values must be limited from 01 to 06
•
Function Buttons 1 and 3
o Pressing simultaneously while In Run Mode (“PO” on display): Will prompt the
Spill Proof printer to printer the last voucher saved in memory
o Pressing and holding for 10 sec while powering up: Will do nothing
•
Function Buttons 2 and 3
o Pressing simultaneously while In Run Mode (“PO” on display): Will do nothing
o Pressing and holding simultaneously for 15 sec while powering up: Will do
nothing
•
Function Buttons 1, 2 and 3
o Pressing simultaneously while In Run Mode (“PO” on display): Will do nothing
o Pressing simultaneously and holding for 15 sec while powering up: Will cause
the Ultra Board to erase the EEPROM (i.e. reset all the counters back to zero
and reset any DIP switch overrides that may have been set as well as changing
all the settings back to default). If successful, the letters “CL” will be displayed on
the 2 digit display.
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1.4.4
Display message
Figure 7: Display
Display message on 2x7 segment LED display:
Ad
Po
Pr
Cn (n=1 to 6)
SA
Cb
To
EE
CB
CA
CL
T1 or T6
AS,SL, GA,GS
P1 or P0
01 to 32
-Multi drop address setup (displayed 1sec while powerring up)
-Polling: Normal Operation
-Printer error: printer not connected or printer error (i.e.out of paper).
-Want to Cashout Game n.
-Saving values in EEPROM
-Clearing Bookkeeping
-Timeout on command
-Clearing EEPROM (takes about 30 seconds)
-Clearing Bookkeeping (takes about 2 seconds)
-Calibration mode (displayed 1sec while power ring up)
-Erase the EEPROM
-Select Single game or Multi game
-Select Master,Slave, Ghost Master or Ghost Slave
-Enable printer or Disable printer
-Select Multi drop address
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1.4.5
DIP switches
Note: DIP switch settings can be overridden by software configuration. When an override is in
effect, “DIip Switch Over Write ON” will be printed on the power ON status ticket
Figure 8: Dip Switches Board Ver. 1
Figure 9: DIP Switches Board Ver. 2
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Ultra Board DIP Switch Settings
DIP Switch 1 (SW503) DIP Switch 2 (SW504)
Function
Pulses
in
to
equal
1
point
Each
point
is
worth
(It's Printed)
(Value)
Multiple
Vouchers
Voucher
Max Amount
per
Voucher
Printed Value
Equal to:
Money
Equal to :
Use Custom Message
Use Date & Time
Value
1
2
4
5
8
10
15
20
25
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
400
500
1000
2000
2500
5000
1
2
5
10
15
20
25
50
75
100
150
200
250
400
500
1000
NO
YES
Variable
5
10
25
Money
Points
Dollars
Cents
No
Yes
No
Yes
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
7
8
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
5
6
7
8
DIP Switch 3 (SW505)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
Set to "Each point is worth" Value
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Table 2: DIP Switch banks 1 & 2
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Ultra Board DIP Switch Settings
Function
Value
If Multi -
DIP Switch 1(SW503)
DIP Switch 2 (SW504)
DIP Switch 3 (SW503)
1
1
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
No
Use Signature Line
Yes
State
NONE
Laws
USER
Print Duplicate
No
Cashout Automaticly
Yes
No
Long Version Report
Yes
Print Surplus in Report
No
Yes
Cashless Feature
No
Yes
EZ-Tear
Printer
Spill Proof
EZ-Tear+
Type
(print bar code)
User Defined
(need PS2
keyboard)
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Table 3: DIP Switch bank 3
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1.4.6
Status LEDs
Status LEDs are illuminated when its corresponding game terminal is connected and turned ON.
Figure 10: Status LEDs
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1.4.7
Advanced configuration – using a PS2 Keyboard and Spill Proof printer
For advanced configurations, a PS2 keyboard can be connected to the Ultra Board. DIP switch
7 of bank 3 must be set to ON and DIP switch 8 of bank 3 must be set to OFF. The Ultra Board
must be powered up while holding the red button (function 1) for the keyboard to be detected.
Do not release the red button until “P5” is visible on the two digit display. Once the start up
routine is complete, the printer will print the power on information. Press F4 to enter the set up
menu and follow the instructions that will be printed by the Spill Proof printer. See Appendix A
for further information.
Note: The keyboard’s F1, F2 and F3 correspond to the 3 function buttons on the Ultra board
(Red, White and Black)
Note: Modem must be disconnected
Figure 11: Configurations using Keyboard & Printer
Functions Keys
F1 (or RED button)
F2 (or WHITE button)
F3 (or BLACK button)
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
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Print Status Report
Print Bookkeeping
Force Hyper Terminal Communication
Enter Setup
Print Last Cashout
Future
Future
Enable/Disable printer
Enable/Disable multi-Game
Master/Slave/Ghost Master/Ghost Slave
Scroll slave address
Clear bookkeeping
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1.4.8
Advanced configuration – using a terminal software
For advanced configurations, a personal computer along with terminal software (such as Hyper
Terminal) can be used to display the configuration menu. The Ultra board must be connected to
the computer using a RS232 null modem cable (Nanoptix part # 102805-0000R). DIP switch 7
and 8 of bank 3 must be set to OFF. Once the start up routine is complete, the terminal will
display the power on information. Press F4 to enter the set up menu and follow the instructions
that will be displayed on the terminal’s screen. See Appendix A for further information.
Note: The keyboard’s F1, F2 and F3 correspond to the 3 function buttons on the Ultra board
(Red, White and Black)
Note: Modem must be disconnected
Com Port Settings: 9600 baud, 8 data bit, no parity, no flow control
Figure 12: Configurations using terminal
Functions Keys
F1 (or RED button)
F2 (or WHITE button)
F3 (or BLACK button)
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
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Print Status Report
Print Bookkeeping
Force Hyper Terminal Communication
Enter Setup
Print Last Cashout
Future
Future
Enable/Disable printer
Enable/Disable multi-Game
Master/Slave/Ghost Master/Ghost Slave
Scroll slave address
Clear bookkeeping
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2 Control Box
2.1 Description of the Control Box
The Control Box is the user interface of the Ultra System. It is used to remotely clear credits
and print bookkeeping information.
Figure 13: Control Box
•
LEDs 1 to 6
o ON solid: Indicates that the corresponding game terminal is connected and
turned ON.
o Blinking: Indicates that the corresponding game terminal is being played
o All 6 LEDs blinking: Printer is in error
•
Buttons 1 to 6:
o The numbered buttons are primarily used to remotely force a cashout in the
corresponding game terminal. Pressing an active game’s button (1-6), will force
the corresponding game to cashout by simulating the action of pressing the
“knock off” button. The game will send pulses to its credits out hard meter, which
the Ultra Board will detect and count. Once the hard meter stops for more than 3
second, the Ultra Board will print a cashout ticket for the amount corresponding
to the pulses received.
•
Soft Meter button:
o prints the SOFT METERS
Note: You will be prompted for a password if one has been set.
•
Key:
o
prints the KEY METERS
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2.2 Buttons used in Combination:
•
SOFT METERS + BUTTON 1: Pressing these 2 buttons simultaneously will print the
last cashout printed.
Note: The words “DUPLICATE VOUCHER” will also be printed at two locations on the
ticket.
•
SOFT METERS + BUTTON 6: Pressing these 2 buttons together will clear the soft
meter values back to zero.
•
Setting a password on the SOFT METERS:
A password is set by turning the key while the soft meter button is pressed. As
confirmation, all the LEDs should turn off. Then select your password by pressing the
buttons (1-6) in the order desired, the LED of each key pressed will turn on once it has
registered. The maximum password length is 8 digits. Once desired password has
been entered, press the SOFT METERS again to save the value.
Note: All instructions including the password itself will be printed
Note: If no keys are pressed within 15 seconds while entering the password, the
operation will timeout.
Once a password has been set, the user will be prompted to enter the password every
time the soft meter button is activated
2.3 Meters:
The Ultra Board maintains 3 full sets of (non-volatile) electronic meters: Soft Meters, Key
Meters and Central Meters. Each set is completely independent from each other. They can be
individually cleared at any time.
•
The Soft Meters
These meters are typically used by the “location owner”. To print this set of meters,
press the “Soft Meter” button. To clear the values back to zero, press the “Soft Meter”
button and button “6” simultaneously.
•
The Key Meters
These meters are typically used by the “route operator”. To print the key meters, turn the
key. The key meters report will be printed immediately and will ALWAYS be cleared
following the report.
•
The Central Meters
These meters are used by the remote access Nanoptix Central System software. Only
the Central System Software is capable of clearing these meters. They can also be
viewed also with the Ultra Board Configure Software, but they cannot be cleared.
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3 Spill Proof Printer
Figure 14: Spill Proof Printer
For information on the Spill Proof printer, please refer to the Spill Proof printer manual
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4 Connections and Configuration
Figure 15: Installation overview
4.1 Setup for location with a maximum of 6 gaming terminals
1. Install the Spill Proof printer on the attendant counter. Connect the control box to Spill
Proof printer.
Note: The printer’s Aux Port must be set to Site Controller 1
2. Using the included hardware, mount the Ultra Board inside the gaming terminal which is
closest to the attendant counter.
Note: If the gaming floor layout is to be rearranged from time to time, a protective
enclosure (Nanoptix part #:750027-0000R) is available in order to mount the Ultra Board
outside of the gaming terminals.
Note: In order for the Ultra board to communicate with the Spill Proof, DIP switch 7 of
bank 3 has to be set to ON and DIP switch 8 of bank 3 has to be set to OFF.
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3. Power up the Ultra Board
• If you are using Ultra Board version 1: Connect the power input harness’ red
wire to +5VC and the Black wire to ground
• If you are using Ultra Board version 2: There is no separate power connection
required. Power for the Ultra Board is provided by the gaming terminal through
port # 1. As an option, the Ultra Board can powered by an external isolated 12
VDC power supply (Nanoptix part # 270011-0001R)
Note: problems can occur if an isolated power supply is not used
4. Connect the Y cable to the printer via the DB15 connection. Connect the Ultra Board 6
pin modular jack to the Y cable’s modular jack using the 100 foot 6 wire cable
5. Using the included hardware, mount a break out box in game terminal #1. Using the
included crimps, connect each wire to the gaming terminal’s corresponding harness
(See Figure 16). Repeat the same process for the other gaming terminals.
Figure 16: Break out box
6. Connect gaming terminal 1’s break out box to the Ultra Board’s corresponding port using
one of the 8 conductor cables. Repeat the same process for the other gaming terminals.
7. If an external modem (Nanoptix part # 102828-0000N) is being used for remote access.
Install the modem on the attendant counter next to the Spill Proof printer. Connect the
modem to an available telephone line. Also connect the modem to Y cable via the DB9
connection. The included straight-through serial cable can be used as an extension.
The communication settings of the modem are configured via the serial connection every
time the Spill Proof printer is turned on. Therefore it is necessary to restart the Spill
Proof printer anytime the modem is turned OFF.
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4.2 Setup for locations with 7 to 36 games
Follow instructions in section 4.1 with the following additions and modifications
Note: When more than one Ultra Board is used, the “Remote Cashout” feature is not available
1. Connections
a. Add additional Ultra Boards to the RS485 network in daisy chain
fashion
1. Connect Ultra Board “2” to Ultra Board “1” through the 6 pin
modular jacks using a second 100 foot 6 wire cable.
2. Connect Ultra Board “3” to Ultra Board “2” through the 6 pin
modular jacks using a third 100 foot 6 wire cable.
3. And so on…. Up to a maximum of 6 Ultra Boards
2. Spill Proof Printer
a. Set the Spill Proof’s Aux Port to Site Controller 2
There are 3 ways to change the Aux Port Parameter:
1. Use GetConfig software to change the configuration:
Download the GetConfig software from the Nanoptix website, extract
the content and run the program. Set the correct communication
parameters and click the “Get Configuration” button. Once all the boxes
have populated, set the Aux Port to “Site Controller 2” and click on the
“Set Configuration” button.
2. Send a text file to the board with a computer:
Create a text file with the following command” <0x1D>TB<0x09>. Then
send this file to the printer using terminal software such as Hyper
Terminal.
3. Send a configuration file to the board with a computer:
Run Flashimage.exe along with the appropriate .bix file if an appropriate
bix file is not available, create a file named C201E_SiteController2.bix
Then with the help of a Hex editor, enter one byte “09” (in binary).
Connect the computer to the desired Ultra board using an RS232 or
USB cable
Note: the folder must only contain the flashimage.exe file and the
C201E_SiteController2.bix file
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3. Ultra Boards
Note: The following applies to each Ultra Board used in the RS485 network
a. For each Ultra Board used: Set DIP switch 6, 7 and 8 of bank 3 to ON.
b. Perform a hard reset on each of the Ultra Boards
c. On power up, each Ultra Board will display a multi-drop address between 1
and 33.
Note: Each Ultra board is required to have a unique multi-drop address
other than 33 (33 means no address is set).
There are 3 ways to change the address
1. By using the function buttons on the Ultra Board:
See section 1.4.3 Function Buttons 1 and 2
2. By using a PS2 keyboard and the Spill Proof printer as a display:
See section 1.4.7 or 1.4.8
3. Send a configuration file to the board with a computer:
Run Flashimage.exe along with the appropriate .bix file if an appropriate
bix file is not available, create a file named C210C_Address0X.bix (where
X is the address number, 1 to 6). Then with the help of a Hex editor,
enter one byte 01 to 06 (in binary) corresponding to the desired address.
Connect the computer to the desired Ultra board using an RS232 or USB
cable
Note: the folder must only contain the flashimage.exe file and the
C210C_Address0X.bix file.
4. Testing the Installation
a. Turn OFF the Spill Proof printer and every Ultra Board.
b. Turn ON each Ultra Board, then turn ON the Spill Proof printer
c. Within 30 seconds the Spill Proof printer will print a “Ultra Board Network
Report”. It will list all Ultra Boards connected (1-6) as well as each game which
is connected (1-6). It will also display the firmware version of the Spill Proof
printer and each Ultra Board connected.
d. Add credit and cash out on each then press the soft meter button on
the control box. If successful, a report should be printed with the correct
results.
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5 Troubleshooting the Ultra System
5.1 Testing the Ultra Board
Every time the Ultra Board is turned on, a power on ticket will be printed by the Spill printer or
displayed on the terminal screen. The resident status ticket lists the current board settings. This
ticket can also be used to verify communication between the Ultra Board and the printer.
DATE : 10-27-2008 TIME : 11:38:24 AM D
SERIAL # 123456
POWER UP
Ultra-Board Software
Software Version
V5.02A
Multi Terminal
Ghost Slave
Printer Disabled
Figure 17: Power ON Status Ticket
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5.2 Testing the Spill Proof Printer
The Spill Proof printer’s proper operation can be verified by printing a resident status ticket.
During power up, hold the form feed button activated for a minimum of 10 seconds, then
release. The resident status ticket displays the firmware version, communication settings,
sensor readings as well as other important information. The resident status can also be used to
verify the printers print quality.
Note: When only one Ultra Board is used (i.e. to monitor 6 games max) the Aux. Port must be
set to Site Controller 1. When 2 to 6 Ultra Boards are used (i.e. to monitor 7 to 36 games) the
Aux. Port must be set to Site Controller 2.
Model:
Firmware:
CALLISTO-FX
CAL-3.10M-61AUZtHX
COMMUNICATION
Interface:
Baud:
Data Bits:
Parity:
Handshaking:
Print Mode:
Aux Port:
Serial
9600
8
NONE
PRT STATUS
Page
Site Controller 1
PRINT CONTROL
Darkness Control:
Voltage:
Temperature:
Speed:
Black Bar Index:
-1%
24.3 Volts
26 Celcius
3.8 IPS – 96mm/sec
Disabled
SYSTEM RESOURCES
FLASH
-Used:
-Free:
0
24576
LIBRARY INVENTORY
Templates:
none
Print Regions:
none
Graphics:
Fonts:
None
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,13,14,15
MANUFACTURING INFORMATION
Printer ID:
5465789
Date Code:
20080717
PWM Setting:
7F7F7F7FFFFFFF
A to D:
DE7AA400FD000000
Current Configuration:
B00DFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
Status: C21-2.41G-40-40-40-40-40-P
Figure 18: Power ON Status Ticket
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5.3 Communication Ports
5.3.1
Serial (RS232) Interface
The table below describes the connection pin-out for the serial Interface
(9-pin DB9)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Signal Name
n/a
RS232_RXD
RS232__TXD
RS232__DTR
Signal Ground
RS232__DSR
RS232__RTS
RS232__CTS
n/a
Frame Ground
Frame Ground
Ultra Board I/O
No connect
Input
Output
Input
Signal Ground
Output
Output
Input
No connect
Frame Ground
Frame Ground
Terminal I/O
n/a
Output
Input
Output
Signal Ground
Input
Input
Output
n/a
Frame Ground
Frame Ground
Ultra Board
Function
none
Receive
Transmit
handshaking
Signal Ground
handshaking
handshaking
handshaking
none
Shield
Shield
Table 4: 9 Pin RS232 Serial Interface
5.3.2
Interconnect (RS485) Interface(s) pin-out
The table below describes the connection pin-out for the Interconnect interface(s) (6-pin
modular jack)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal Name
DGND_ISO
RS485_TXD+
RS485_TXDRS485_RXD+
RS485_RXDDGND_ISO
Ultra Board I/O
Signal Ground
Output
Output
Input
Input
Signal Ground
Host I/O
Signal Ground
Input
Input
Output
Output
Signal Ground
Ultra Board Function
Isolated signal GND
Data transmit
Data transmit
Data receive
Data receive
Isolated signal GND
Table 5: RS-485 Interconnect Interface(s) Pin-Out
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5.3.3
Game terminal interface(s)
The table below describes the connection pin-out for the game terminal interface(s) (8-pin
modular jack).
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal Name
D_GND
IN_3
IN_2
IN_1
OUT_3
OUT_2
OUT_1
12VDC / 5VDC
Ultra Board I/O
Digital Ground
Input
Input
Input
Output
Output
Output
Power Input
Host I/O
Digital Ground
Output
Output
Output
Input
Input
Input
Powers source
Ultra Board Function
Terminal Ground
Play lamp
Coin IN Hard meter
Coin OUT Hard meter
Coin acceptor 2
Knock OFF
Coin acceptor 1
Terminal Power
Table 6: Game terminal interface(s)
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6 Media and Supplies Guide
6.1 Parts List
Figure 19: Ultra System Components
Item
Part #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
n/a
n/a
n/a
103709-0000R
103732-0000N
102828-0000N
103465-0000R
102524-0110R
102799-0100R
210004-0001R
102812-0000N
100580-0071R
750027-0000R
270011-0001R
102805-0000R
100390-0001R
102085-0001R
Description
Ultra Board (Main board, daughter board and flat flex cable)
Spill Proof Printer kit (includes power supply and USB cable)
Modem (optional)
Break out box (8 wire assembly)
RJ45-RJ45 Cable (6 M, ultra board to break out box)
RJ11-RJ11 cable (30 M, Ultra Board to Spill Proof printer)
Harness - DB15 to DB9 and RJ12 box
Control Box
Crimps
Enclosure for Ultra Board Ver.2
Power supply (12VDC)
Serial "null modem" cable (SCNM9FF)
USB Cable (for ultra board programming/diagnostics)
USB Cable (for Spill Proof programming/diagnostics)
Note: Part numbers may change without notice, please contact Nanoptix for latest information (Ultra Board Version 2 shown)
Table 7: Ultra System Components
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7 Mechanical Drawings
Figure 20: Mechanical Dimensions (in mm) – Board rev.1
Figure 21: Mechanical Dimensions (in mm) – Board rev.2
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8 Maintenance & Cleaning Instructions
The Ultra Board does not require any maintenance or cleaning. Please refer to the Spill Proof
manual for printer maintenance
9 Ultra Board Setting for Common game
WHEN SETTING UP THE ULTRA BOARD, SET DIP SWITCH #1, POSITION 1-5 FOR THE # OF COINS
IN TO EQUAL THE TICKET VALUE. SET DIP SWITCH #1 POSITION 6-8 AND DIP SWITCH #2 POSITION 1 FOR
THE DOLLAR VALUE OF THE TICKET.
MOST 8-LINE TYPE BOARDS
FOR EXAMPLE :
NICKLE PLAY = DIP SWITCH #1 POSITION 3 & 4 ON = 100 NICKLES, AND POSITION 7
ON = 5$ TICKET. 100 X .05 = $5.00
QUARTER PLAY = DIP SWITCH #1 POSITION 1,2,&3 ON = 20 QUARTERS, AND
POSITION 7 ON = $5 TICKET. 20X.25=$5.00
DIME PLAY = DIP SWITCH #1 POSITION 2&4 ON = 50 DIMES, AND POSITION 7 ON =
$5.00 TICKET 50X.10= $5.00
PENNY PLAY = DIP SWITCH #1 POSITION 1 & 5 ON = 500 PENNIES, AND POSITION 7
ON = 5.00 TICKET 500X.01= $5.00
SETTINGS WITH TRIPLE JACK VER. 1.4
TRIPLE JACK WITH THE HANDS COUNT DISABLED
BASED ON 4 PULSES PER DOLLAR FROM THE BILL ACCEPTOR AND THE CREDIT RETURN ON THE ULTRA
BOARD NOT USED. IF THE CREDIT RETURN MUST BE USED, CALL FOR INFO ON SETUPS.
PENNY PLAY = $5.00 TICKET
500 CREDITS = TICKET
SET ULTRA BOARD DIP SWITCH #1 POSITION 1,2,&7 ON
SET T/J DIP SWITCH #3 POSITION 1,2&3 OFF
DIP SWITCH #5 POSITION 3,4,5,6&7 OFF 8 ON
DIP SWITCH #7 POSITION 1,2,5,6,7 &8 OFF 6 ON
NICKEL PLAY = $5.00 TICKET
100 CREDITS = TICKET
SET ULTRA BOARD DIP SWITCH #1 POSITION 7 ON
SET T/J DIP SWITCH #3 POSITION 1,2 OFF 3 ON
DIP SWITCH #5 POSITION 3,4,5,6 &7 OFF 8 ON
DIP SWITCH #7 POSITION 1,2,5,7,&8 OFF 6 ON
DIME PLAY = $5.00 TICKET
50 CREDITS = TICKET
SET ULTRA BOARD DIP SWITCH #1 POSITION 1,2,&7 ON
SET T/J DIP SWITCH #3 POSITION 1,2 OFF 3 ON
DIP SWITCH #5 POSITION 3,4,6,7, OFF 5,8 ON
DIP SWITCH #7 POSITION 1,2,5,8 OFF 6 & 7 ON
*NOTE : THE BILL ACCEPTOR MUST BE SET AT 2 PULSES PER DOLLAR
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QUARTER PLAY = $5.00 TICKET 20 CREDITS = TICKET
SET ULTRA BOARD DIP SWITCH #1 POSITION 1& 7 ON
SET T/J DIP SWITCH #3 POSITION 1,2,3 ON
DIP SWITCH #5 POSITION 3,4,6,& 7 OFF 5 & 8 ON
DIP SWITCH #7 POSITION 1,2,6,7 OFF 5 & 8 ON
SETTINGS FOR TRIPLE JACK WITH HANDS COUNT ENABLED
BASED ON 4 PULSES PER DOLLAR FROM THE DOLLAR BILL ACCEPTOR. CREDIT RETURN ON THE ULTRA
BOARD CANNOT BE USED.
PENNY PLAYS = $5.00 TICKET
500 CREDITS PER TICKET
SET ULTRA BOARD DIP SWITCH #1 POSITION 1,5,&7 ON
SET T/J DIP SWITH #3 POSITION 1,2,&3 OFF
DIP SWITCH #5 POSITION 3,4,5,& 7 OFF 6 & 8 ON
DIP SWITCH # 7 POSITION 2,5,6,7, & 8 OFF 1 ON
NICKLE PLAY = $5.00 TICKET
100 CREDITS PER TICKET
SET ULTRA BOARD DIP SWITCH #1 POSITION 3,4, & 7 ON
SET T/J DIP SWITCH #3 POSITION 1 & 2 OFF 3 ON
DIP SWITCH # 5 POSITION 3,4,5, & 7 OFF 6 & 8 ON
DIP SWITCH # 7 POSITION 2,5,7, & 8 OFF 1 & 6 ON
DIME PLAY = $5.00 TICKET
50 CREDITS PER TICKET
SET ULTRA BOARD DIP SWITCH #1 POSITION 1,2,3, & 7 ON
SET T/J DIP SWITCH #3 POSITION 1,2, OFF 3 ON
DIP SWITCH # 5 POSITION 3,4,5, & 7 OFF 6 & 8 ON
DIP SWITCH # 7 POSITION 2,5 & 8 OFF 1,6, & 7 ON
*NOTE: SET DBA TO 2 PULSES PER DOLLAR.
QUARTER PLAY = $5.00 TICKET
20 CREDITS PER TICKET
SET ULTRA BOARD DIP SWITCH #1 POSITION 1,2,3,&7 ON
SET T/J DIP SWITCH #3 POSITION 1,2,& 3 ON
DIP SWITCH #5 POSITION 3,4,5, & 7 OFF 6 & 8 ON
DIP SWITCH # 7 POSITION 2,6 & 7 OFF 1,5, & 8 ON
NOTE THAT IF THE TRIPLE JACK IS SET TO USE THE HANDS COUNT
IT WILL ONLY COUNT 1-1. THE ULTRA BOARD MUST BE SET TO COUNT THE TICKET VALUE PER 1 POINT.
E.G. 1 POINT = $5.00
MAGIC BOMB SETUP
NICKLES
COIN IN: 1 COIN 5 CREDITS
KEY IN: 1 TURN 100 CREDITS
ACTUALLY SETS THE NUMBER OF POINTS PER TICKET OR VOUCHER.
THIS SETTING WILL GIVE YOU 1 PULSE FOR EVERY 100 POINTS. TAKES
CREDITS OFF IN 100 CREDIT INCREMENTS AND KEEPS UNUSED POINTS
ON THE GAME.
COIN OUT: LEAVE SET AT 1 PAY 1 CREDIT
KEY OUT: AS KEY IN
PENNIES
COIN IN:
1 COIN 25 CREDITS
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KEY IN:
COIN OUT:
KEY OUT:
1 TURN 500 CREDITS
LEAVE SET AT 1 PAY 1 CREDIT
AS KEY IN
SET THE ULTRA BOARD BOARD
DIP SWITCH ONE – ALL OFF EXCEPT #7
THIS GIVES YOU A SETTING FOR 1 PULSE = A FIVE DOLLAR VOUCHER.
CHERRY MASTERS, NO SPECIAL APPLICATIONS 100 PTS. = $ 5.00
DIP SWITCH # 1
SWITCHES # 3, 4, & 7 ON = 100 PULSES IN = 1PT, AND EACH PT = 5 OR $5.00
DIP SWITCH # 2 & # 3 LETS YOU CUSTOMIZE YOUR SETUP
CHERRY 96, FRUIT BONUS 96, ETC TYPE BOARDS
IF YOU SET UP THE GAME BOARD TO COUNT THE CREDITS OUT FOR A TICKET YOU MUST SET UP THE
ULTRA BOARD TO A ONE TO ONE, SO THAT IT PRINTS A TICKET FOR EACH PT IT RECEIVES FROM THE
MAIN GAME BOARD.
DIP SWITCH # 1
SWITCH # 7 ON AND ALL THE REST OFF. SOME OF THESE BOARDS REQUIRE YOU TO PRINT TICKETS IN
MONEY MODE WHICH IS DIP SWITCH # 2 SWITCH # 6. IF YOU RECEIVE A TEST TICKET FOR AN AMOUNT
LIKE 45,000 PTS FOR A $20.00 TRY SWITCHING TO MONEY MODE.
FOR 1c GAMES- CHERRY MASTER TYPE
DIP SWITCH # 1
SWITCHES #1, 5, & 7 ON ALL ELSE OFF
FOR GAMES LIKE CHERRY 96, THE SET UP IS THE SAME AS FOR A NICKLE GAME BECAUSE THE BOARD
DOES THE COUNTING DOWN BEFORE IT IS SENT TO THE ULTRA BOARD.
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10 Service & Support
10.1 Returning products back to Nanoptix for repairs (RMA)
•
•
•
Send repair approval request to Nanoptix Inc. please include the following:
- Product model #
- Serial #
- Brief problem description
Ship defective products to Nanoptix Inc.
Ensure that each package being sent is identified by the specified RMA number
NOTE: When returning thermal printers, a blank ticket or a piece of paper must be
placed between thermal print head and roller.
United States of America
RMA # XXXXXX
Nanoptix Inc.
C/o Brunswick Brokers
48 Customs Loop
Houlton, ME, USA
04730
Canada and International
RMA # XXXXXX
Nanoptix Inc.
699 Champlain St.
Dieppe, NB, Canada
E1A 1P6
NOTE: It is imperative that every package returned be clearly identified by an RMA
number.
10.2 Technical Support Contact Information
Service Dept.
Nanoptix Inc.
699 Champlain St.
Dieppe, NB, Canada
E1A 1P6
Tel: 506.384.3388
Fax: 506.384.3588
E-mail: service@nanoptix.com
Web site: www.nanoptix.com
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APPENDIX A: Advanced configuration
1: DATE AND TIME
└►1: SET TIME
└►ENTER CURRENT TIME
(24 Hr FORMAT, HHMM)
└►2: SET DATE
└►ENTER CURRENT DATE
(MMDDYY, no punctuation)
└►3: <Time toggles between 12HR and 24 HR format>
└►4: <Daylight savings time toggles between ON and OFF>
2: CUSTOM MESSAGE
└►1: SET MESSAGE
└►WHICH LINE: 1- 4, (A)ll, ESC
<Select desired line, type message and press “Enter”>
└►2: <Clears all 4 lines of the message>
3: USER ENTERED LAW
└►1: SET LAW
└►WHICH LINE: 1- 8, (A)ll, ESC
<Select desired line, type message and press “Enter”>
└►2: <Clears all lines of the law information>
4: BATTERY BACKED RAM
└►1: <Erases books>
└►2: <Erases books & saved information>
5: OVER WRITE DIP SWITCHES
└►1: <Displays current settings for all 6 ports>
└►2: OVER WRITE HW DIP SWITCHES
└►OVER WRITE DIP SWITCHES, PLEASE ENTER WHICH GAME 1-6 or (A)ll or ESC to
cancel THIS ACTION WILL RESET ALL ACCOUNTING!!!
└► PLEASE ENTER THE PULSE IN VALUE, FOR GAME 1 or ESC to Cancel
Value in decimal + ENTER (1-5000 max) currently set at <XXXXX>
└► PLEASE ENTER THE PULSE IN MULTIPLIER, FOR GAME 1 or ESC to
Cancel, Value in decimal + ENTER (1-1000 max), Currently set at <XXX>
└►3: GIVE CONTROL BACK TO HW DIP SWITCHES
└► GIVE BACK CONTROL TO DIP SWITCHES, PLEASE ENTER WHICH GAME 1-6
or (A)ll or ESC to Cancel, THIS ACTION WILL RESET ALL ACCOUNTING!!!
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6: SET COIN IN MULTIPLIER
└►1: SET COIN IN A MULTIPLIER
└►PLEASE ENTER WHICH GAME 1-6 or ESC to Cancel
└► PLEASE ENTER THE COIN IN A MULTIPLIER for game # <X> or ESC to
cancel, Value in decimal + ENTER (0-254max)
└►2: SET COIN IN B MULTIPLIER
└►PLEASE ENTER WHICH GAME 1-6 or ESC to Cancel
└► PLEASE ENTER THE COIN IN B MULTIPLIER for game # <X> or ESC to
cancel, Value in decimal + ENTER (0-254max)
└►3: <Clears all multiplier values back to zero>
7: MORE OPTIONS
└►1: <Ultra controller toggles between ON and OFF>
└►2: CHANGE IN PLAY FLAG
PLEASE ENTER THE INPLAY FLAG # or ESC to Cancel
└►<Enter “0” for disabled”>
└►<Enter “1” for CoinIn A”>
└►<Enter “2” for CoinIn B”>
└►3: <ENTER NEW Multi Drop ADDRESS Value in decimal + ENTER (1-32 max)>
└►4: <Coin In Trigger toggles between ON and OFF>
└►5: CHANGE PULSE OUT WIDTH
└►PLEASE ENTER WHICH GAME 1-6 or ESC to Cancel
└►PLEASE ENTER WHICH PORT 1-3 or ESC to Cancel
<ENTER NEW PULSE OUT WIDTH ON (in ms) Value in decimal + ENTER
(0-500 max)>
<ENTER NEW PULSE OUT WIDTH OFF (in ms) Value in decimal + ENTER
(0-500 max)>
└►6: CHANGE 2nd PULSE OUT SCHEME
└► PLEASE ENTER WHICH GAME 1-6 or ESC to Cancel
<ENTER WHEN 2nd pulse will start (in ms) Value in decimal + ENTER (0-500 max)>
└►7: CHANGE 3rd PULSE OUT SCHEME
└► PLEASE ENTER WHICH GAME 1-6 or ESC to Cancel
<ENTER WHEN 3rd pulse will start (in ms) Value in decimal + ENTER (0-500 max)>
└►8: HOPPER EMULATION
<PLEASE ENTER WHICH GAME 1-6 or ESC to Cancel>
└►9: <Optional LED toggles between ON and OFF>
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