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RIG-MASTER user manual

RIG-MASTER user manual

Here you are with your RIG MASTER in your fingers, here’s how to configure and install it.

Here are the first recommendations before you start:

You should never interconnect the GND KLs with the GND TOYS, otherwise you will remove the optoelectronic protection from the card, and you will endanger your PC.
Each output accepts 5 Amps maximum, 48 Volts maximum.
The card cannot manage an intensity greater than 40 Amps simultaneously.
Please use suitable fuses.

All GND KL sockets are on the same potential, plugging into one is equivalent to plugging into the other …

Here are the configuration files to inject into the KL25Z using Pinscape Config Tool depending on your configuration:

RIG-MASTER basique : RIG.psconfig

RIG-MASTER + POTAR : RIGp.psconfig

RIG-MASTER + POTAR + BRAIN/CALIBRE : RIGpc.psconfig

RIG-MASTER + 1 MOLLUSK : RIGMol.psconfig

RIG-MASTER + POTAR + 1 MOLLUSK : RIGMolp.psconfig

RIG-MASTER + POTAR + BRAIN/CALIBRE +1 MOLLUSK : RIGMolpc.psconfig

(Right click on link, save the target as)

Physical configuration:

BOUTONS
NamePortKeyUse
Start PTE301Start Game
Extra Ball PTE292Extra Ball
Coin 1 PTE235Coin 1
Coin 2 PTE224Coin 2
L Ball PTE21EnterLaunch Ball
ExitPTE20EscTable Exit (PBX/Pinup)
QuitPTE5QQuit to editor (VP)
L FlippPTE4Shift (left)Left Flipper
R FlippPTE3Shift (right)Right Flipper
L MagnaPTE2Ctrl (left)Left MagnaSave
R MagnaPTE1Ctrl (right)Right MagnaSave
FirePTE0MenuFire Button
TiltPTD7TMech TILT
Serv DoorPTD6EndOpen/Close Coin Door
Serv ExitPTD57Service CANCEL/EXIT
Serv –PTD48Service – Dowm
Serv +PTD39Service + Up
Serv EnterPTD20Service ENTER
Vol +PTC7F19Volume –
Vol –PTC17F20Volume +
Night ModePTC16RIEN (NM)Night Mode
BRAIN/CALIBRE
NamePortUse
Cal BTPTC12Calibre button
CAL LedPTC13Calibre LED output
+5V+5 V KL+5 Volts KL
GND KLGND KLGND KL
MOLLUSK
NamePort
GSCLKPTA13
SCLKPTC5
SINPTC6
XLATPTC10
BLANKPTC11
+5V+5 V KL
GND KLGND KL
PLUNGER
NamePortKeyUse
L BallPTE21 Enter Launch Ball
GND KL GND KL GND KL
PlungerPTB0Potar PWM
+3.3V +3.3 Volts KL +3.3 Volts KL
ALIM TOYS / GND TOYS
NameUse
+12V+12 V Power TOYS
GND TOYSGND Power TOYS
20 AMP per plug !
SORTIES
NamePort
DIGITAL OUT 1PTB1
DIGITAL OUT 2PTB2
DIGITAL OUT 3PTB3
DIGITAL OUT 4PTB8
DIGITAL OUT 5PTB9
DIGITAL OUT 6PTB10
DIGITAL OUT 7PTB11
DIGITAL OUT 8PTA17
PWM OUT 9PTA1
PWM OUT 10PTA2
PWM OUT 11PTA4
PWM OUT 12PTA5
PWM OUT 13PTD0
PWM OUT 14PTC4
PWM OUT 15PTC8
PWM OUT 16PTC9

CONTROL PART WIRING DIAGRAM

Plug in the sockets by matching the names, it’s no more complicated.
For the buttons, one side of the button is wired to the corresponding socket, the second side to GND KL, you can chain the GND KLs.

POWER WIRING

Please connect + 12V of your TOYS power supply to the ALIM TOYS + 12V socket.
Please connect AS MANY SOCKETS AS REQUIRED on the GND TOYS, on the ALIM TOYS and GND TOYS socket.

The power of all the toys will go through the GND TOYS cables, so be sure to size them correctly!
Each GND TOYS socket can receive 20 Amps, if all of your toys consume more than 20 Amps, be sure to wire AT LEAST one GND TOYS to the ALIM TOY socket AND the GND TOYS socket

You can use toys of different voltages on the same board, take inspiration from the diagram below
CAUTION, remember to connect the GND of your TOYS power supplies!

For each output, use a 5 * 20 fuse suitable for the toys plugged into it, NEVER exceeding 5 amps.

A DIGITAL output is a 1/0 output, All or nothing, it turns on or off….
A PWM output is variable, the voltage comes out gradually.

ALWAYS add a freewheeling diode on induction inducing toys !!!
(Contactor, solenoid, motor, rotating beacon, shaker, knocker …… ..)

Always check your wiring and your terminal tightenings 3 times !!!
Use cables of different colors to better identify you
Make a CLEAN wiring, visually, it avoids interference and it’s easier to troubleshoot.

TEST LED

Each output has a corresponding test LED, placed UPSTREAM of the fuse (the LED works even if the fuse is dead)

If the output is active, the LED lights up, if it is inactive it is off.

PWM outputs 9 to 16 allow dimming of the LED glow according to the output intensity.

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