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    Just got a new toy and i have a counter i wish to hook up. my other one has an older board in it. this one is different but it does have a 8 pin connector that looks like it may work. I want to confirm before i fry something. i am not as familiar with these as I am with pachinko machines. And yes the counter is for a slot not pachinko. see attached I am guessing its the 8 pin one at the bottom ??? does anyone Know?




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    Default Re: question about counter relay board and hook up

    Yes it’s the bottom connector. My counters only had a six pin, so I had to Favor the top side of the bottom plug (leave bottom 2 pins empty) for it to work correctly.

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    Wayne-Ooo omg thank you. I was meaning to ask if anyone had this. You beat me to it!!!!!!!

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    Default Re: question about counter relay board and hook up

    one question is this the exact schematic for this board. its an Eleco outlaw machine . circa 2003

    i threw my o scope on it to trap and verify the signals but on pin 6 com gnd and pin1 or any other pin I am not getting anything?????? the scematic shows a 24 vdc with a 470 Ohm resister that should drop it to 12Vdc.

    could they be contact or just plain continuity ? Does anyone know?



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    update. I did some extensive signal tracing and they are contact. I am way more familiar with pachinko hook ups. from comm to token in. it pulses 3 times on max bet as it should. when you bet 3 tokens. from com to big bonus it continiously pulses when the big jackpot is made.

    i assume that reg bonus also does?

    what is ct bonus and token out for ? i am not familiar with ct bonus. just trying to get an understanding. does anyone have the scematic for this board or will the pinout be the same?

    specifically cn 6. that i know is the output to the counter

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    Hmmm I don't get that message at the bottom saying you need a 24v supply to activate the relays, I guess I'm reading that wrong. As it's relays you have a physical break in the circuit so I would expect no output when you monitor them.. The way I see it. Is that pin 7 and 8 activate a relay on the board that resets the machine at the end of a bonus.

    CT is challenge time

    https://ja.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/チャレンジタイム

    Token out is exactly what it says. On mine it counts down the tokens paid out from the tokens in display so you can see how much tokens the machine has made in profit.

    I think the pin out is an industry standard layout as all counters have the same 6 or 8 pin plugs on them. Mine plugged straight into a Sammy and a KPE machine with no problems
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    what confused me is i unhooked my other slot that does work with a counter and plugged it in to this one and it did nothing. thats why i am confused

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    If you can't hear the relays click. There is a fault somewhere else. If you can. Well that gets complicate
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    So one last question if I understand correctly CT is a special conditional bonus kind of like High propability mode on a pachinko machine? Does this condition usually follow a bonus or is it random?

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