Mounting diagrams for controls
||Mag-Stik Switch Connections: Special
There are three different types of switches
used on the Mag-Stik. They all have differing connections. To ensure you use
the correct wiring, remove one switch by unscrewing the single fixing screw. On
the other side of the switch the connections are marked in the form of a
diagram as below:
Mag-Stik Plus Dust
If your mounting method leaves the Mag-Stik Plus plastic
dust washer resting directly on the joystick faceplate, the washer might become
lodged under the chrome sleeve on the shaft if it is pulled fully outwards
during the switch from 4 to 8 way. There are two possible quick fixes for this:
Either bend the washer so that it is slightly convex, or position a thin piece
of card, cut to roughly the size of the washer, under the washer, to hold it
away from the faceplate.
your mounting method required removal of the joystick knob, this is done by
removing the entire shaft. The Nylock nut on the rear end of the shaft is
removed first. On the Mag-Stik Plus note carefully the order of assembly of the
parts, especially the location of the toothed lock-washer, under the U-bracket.
Beware of the spring which is under pressure! In case you forgot how it fits
together here is a diagram:
|Trackball Mounting Plate
|Coin Mech Connections and setup.
||Coin Mech setup steps:
Set the slot height
plate to the correct coin size. Note that for larger coins, this plate is best
removed to avoid bearing against the coin door.
Clip the correct sample coin
into the spring-loaded clip, in place of the dummy plastic coin.
switches unchanged for most applications
Connections are as follows (see
Pin 1 connects to a 12 volt supply. This can be from a JAMMA
power supply or a PC disk drive connector (yellow wire).
Pin 2 connects to
the I-PAC coin 1 input.
Pin 3 connects to GND on the I-PAC
diode connects between pins 2 and 3 on the coin mech plug. It is possible to
push the wire ends of the diode into the plug connector housing.Note the "line"
end of the diode must go to pin 2.
The coin signal is normally a 12 volt
signal. If using with devices which expect a 5 volt signal it is VITAL to
connect the supplied Zener Diode as shown otherwise the device you are
connecting to will be damaged.