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    Default WTB Kodenshi R50 Sensor - Takasago 007

    I'm hoping this will sort the hopper problem on my Takasago 007 Pachislo machine, they seem to be available in the US, but struggling to find one in the UK or even someone to send one to me here.

    Please let me know if you can help.

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    Default Re: WTB Kodenshi R50 Sensor - Takasago 007

    RS or Farnells do a large range of opto interupter sensors. Or of course ebay. Although you may have to use a different manufacture. If you can see the pin hole pattern and dimensions. Your half way there.


    Is it this one.
    https://www.conrad.com/p/kodenshi-au...25-v-dc-181790
    Last edited by Drunkenclam; 05-19-2021 at 12:41 PM.
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    Default Re: WTB Kodenshi R50 Sensor - Takasago 007

    Thank you, and yes that's the one, I've searched through Farnells and it looks like the OMRON EE-SPY412 is a match, but again it's out of stock everywhere!

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    Default Re: WTB Kodenshi R50 Sensor - Takasago 007

    is it possible to open the case and just get to the sender/receiver leds?
    there is one with a lead on ebay, but unknown if the same spec
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    Default Re: WTB Kodenshi R50 Sensor - Takasago 007

    I've managed to find a seller in Hong Kong, ordered a couple so fingers crossed, but 2-3 week wait for delivery

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    Good luck. Let us know
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    Default Re: WTB Kodenshi R50 Sensor - Takasago 007

    OK, so the sensor arrived, swapped it in and clearly something is going on as I now have the new error message "HA" and the machine refuses to reset. It will if I cover the sensor lenses or if I move the swing arm on the ejector mechanism across to block the beam, but that clearly can't be done all the time. It's not a jam as the token eject mechanism works fine when the sensor is removed but obviously it can't count the tokens like that, is it an alignment issue, does the polarity need swapping somewhere?

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated? (and I've seen the other hilarious posts suggesting the machine is laughing)

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