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This manual describes the installation procedure of the Wins scoring system and is the private property of Steltronic S.p.A. It is strictly prohibited to copy this manual or disclose information contained in part or completely. This manual has been handed to you as an authorized Steltronic Installer, you are held personally responsible for it's safe keeping and for reserving the confidentiality of it's contents. For technical or other questions contact the service department in Steltronic.

Consigned on:____________ To:______________________ Recipients signature:_____________________________________ Gatta Giovanni

Customer Technical Service Manager. Steltronic S.p.A.

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Index

General information Pre-installation and Owner Certification and Responsibility Scoring Installation (tools and test for installers) Network line installation CVBS line installation Modem line connection Long cable CAB-Y-CA0092A Lane Computer <> A.P.I. Lane Computer installation Overhead monitor ­model and boards Lane computer <> Overhead monitor connection EXTRA Overhead monitor installation (with Stand Alone SDD) Bowler's console installation Main Desk& Workstation Hardware and software configuration Sciba installation Scoring cycles Pinsetter Interfacing Appendix

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General information

Dig 1: Wins schematic block diagram

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MAIN DESK

Is the heart of the system. The information start from Main Desk to lane computer and other workstations via Switch. The Main Desk is a Pentium computer with a network board ( 10 Base ­T input). The suggesting operating could, Windows 98 Second Edition© ,Windows 2000© ,Windows XP© The Main desk could be equipped with different peripherals, like card reader, cash drawer, cash display, Score printer, ticket printer. An UPS is required to preserve the Main desk from electric shock. The Main Desk MUST be equipped with external modem and modem software (Pcanywhere) to facility the remote service

Windows , Windows98 , Windows XP ,Windows 2000 are names registered by the Microsoft Corporation. The use of these trade marks in this manual is solely indicative.

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OTHER WORKSTATIONS (optional)

Other workstation could be any computer connects in network with Main Desk. It's possible share the main desk and load the wins program from any other workstations to multiplication the user desks. Also the workstation could be equipped with different peripherals.

NETWORK SWITCH

Is a "bridge device" between lanes computer, workstations and Main Desk. The connection is 10 Base-T using Rj45 connector, Hub speed is 10-100 Mb. The output number could be 8, 16, etc. choose your hub as required. To connect any device (Lane computer, Photostrike, Main Desk or workstations to Switch use a 8 pin cable cat. 5 (we suggest Belden-M SM1720A.)

LANE COMPUTER

Connected via Net to main Console, load the program for the players, visualizing it on the Lanes monitors (usually 28'). The lane computer is usually installed on the roof close to the monitors. ONE LANE COMPUTER = ONE PAIR OF LANES. Available models: ELEX: Lane computer for STATIC ANIMATION SUPERELEX: 3D + LANE COMPUTER FOR 3D MOVIES + SOUND. Both models has switching power supply, "ready to plug" with 110-240 VAC automatically.

OVERHEAD VIDEO

28" NEW LOOK (ABS ) RGB monitor, ABS case available in black, white or blue colour. 28" Winvision monitor RGB monitor, Plastic case available in white, grey, grey glow, sandstone and black colour. 34" AIRPORT, RGB monitor (or Eq3, depends by availability) in "Airport" black case. TV 14/21/25/28" standard European TV supplied with Euroscart or RGB input.

VIDEO INTERFACE

Optional device to switch CVBS to RGB and ON/OFF the monitors via software or to convert Zenith or Wells Gardner monitor (AMF Accuscore or AS80 Brunswick score). The device is between the lane computer (RGB out) and monitor (RGB in). The SDD or SG025A6 board are NOT REQUIRED with Superelex lane computer. Available models: SG025A6 switch board to change RF to RGB, is used for TV with Elex and don't supply the 14 "bowlers 'console. One board for each TV. SDD. Device for pair of lanes . This device could supply 2 overhead monitor + 2 14" monitor into bowlers' console.. The SDD could be set in "STAND ALONE" mode to use RGB monitors for CVBS signal (NO SCORE) only for movie, Tv, sat, etc. A078 Adapter Board, used to drive the Zenith or Wells Gardner monitor. The board is connected between Superelex (or SDD) and the monitor. One board per pair of monitor.

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BOWLERS' CONSOLE

Device to interface bowlers with Scoring. Some models are available in wireless system, some models should be equipped with intercom system (optional) Available models: Simple New Look joystick (NLJ) joystick + enter button. ABS case, available in black, white and blue colors. Supplied with BCI interface and long cable (wireless kit available). 1 console = 2 lane Simple New Look membrane keyboard (NLM) 2 alphanumeric keyboard. ABS case, available in black, white and blue colors. Supplied with BCI interface and long cable . 1 console = 2 lane Simple New Look Keypad 2 flat keypad in joystick simulation. ABS case, available in black, white and blue colors. Supplied with BCI interface and long cable. (wireless kit available). 1 console = 2 lane Simple Winvision joystick (WVJ) American stile joystick. Plastic case, available in white, black, gray, glow gray, sandstone colors. Supplied with BCI interface and long cable. (wireless kit available). 1 console = 2 lane Tabletop Single Keypad (ledger) Flat keypad in joystick simulation (one per lane), for installation on bowler's table. Two version: wire with B.C.I.(one B.C.I. per pair of ledger) or wireless. 1 ledger = 1 lane New Look 14" (NL14") 2 14 monitors" + 2 flat keypads or membrane keyboard (specify in the order). ABS case available in black, white and blue colors. Supplied with BCI interface. 1 console = 2 lane Winvision touch 14" (WVT14") 14" single Touchscreen monitor bowler's console. Available in gray color. To complete the installation require the STI interface (one for 2 lanes) 1 console = 1 lane Simple Wins vision 14" (WV14") 14" single monitor + flat keypad . Available in gray color. To complete the installation require the BCI interface (one for 2 lanes) 1 console = 1 lane Adapter kit for AMF bowler's console (Accuscore table) one flat keypad per pair of lanes in joystick simulation. Suppliled with B.C.I. interface. (wireless kit available). 1adapter kit = 2 lanes S.T.I. (Steltronic Touchscreen Interface) device to control 2 bowler console with 14" touch screen monitors B.C.I. (bowler console Interface) * this device is supplied in new look and Winvision joystick table, is by side order for 14" single monitor ( no touch)

PINSETTERS INTERFACE

This device controls 2 pinsetters. The connection between the lane computer is made with CAB-Y-CA0092A. Available models: A065 Series [Standard]: is the API for AMF 8230/3000/45, AMF 8270 S.S.C. (Solid State Chassis or Omni board), AMF 8270 uP, 8290 First Generation Chassis, VPS2000, Brunswick A1/A2, Yangji Vision, GS10 (with Red chassis, no game setter box, no-double cycle), Via Bowling MC2. This API requires the use of the Sciba camera. A067 Series [AMF 82-90 XL]: this interface is dedicated to the AMF 8290 XL (small chassis) pinsetter, The Sciba II will replace the AMF camera when installed, the pinsetter sensors are deactivated. A038 Series [GS]: interface for GS with Gamesetter (enabled for double cycle) and GS Consolidate. The pins are detected via a com in the game setter box so NO Sciba II camera is required. A080 Series [GS NEXT GEN ]: interface for GS NEXT GEN. The pins are detected via switch from the pinsetter, so NO Sciba II camera is required. A047 Series [String pinsetter]: interface for Vollmer, Vilati and Spellman string pinsetters. The pin detection is made via a pin switch, the Sciba II is NOT required. A062 Series [KF3000]: interface for Funk KF3000 pinsetter. Pin detection via com port, the Sciba II camera is NOT required.

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SCIBA (pin reading device)

The Sciba is a linear camera for recognizes the knocked pins. The camera is installing about 4 meters from last pins line. The Camera supports also 4 sensors to detect the ball. 3 are available models: STANDARD Sciba supplied with Plastic cover, sensors, reflectors and cable connection. One device for 2 lanes. SINGLE Sciba detection for one lane. Where a big pillar is in the middle of lane pair 2 single Sciba is required per pair of lanes. One device per lane BRIDGE Sciba Detection device for installation with over capping ball return. One device per 2 lanes. The Sciba is not necessary with A.P.I. series A038, A047, A062, A080.

MATERIAL TO COMPLETE A BOWLING CENTER

COAXIAL CABLE RG59 75 Ohm for CVBS signal. This cable goes from VCR or any compositive device to SDD, Superelex or Switchboard; between those device the cable makes a chain. Where are installed TV instead of RGB monitors, the signal is RF and is provide with a different 75 ohm cable. NETWORK CABLE 8 pin cable cat. 5 (we suggest Belden-M SM1720A.) for network installation. 2 RJ45 crimp connector for each segment. SCIBA TEMPLATE those are 2 markers used for the mechanical adjustment of Detection device. 2 template (one left, one right) for each bowling center where camera are installed, not necessary with A.P.I. series A038, A047, A062 . FOR BOWLING CENTER WITH MORE THAN 16 RGB MONITORS CVBS VIDEO AMPLIFIER* Steltronic device to amplify the CVBS signal and split the RG59 chain in two segments. One device could be a support max 32 lanes.

OPTIONAL DEVICE FOR BOWLING CENTER

PHOTOSTRIKE device used to make a bowlers' photo and send it on lanes' monitor. SHOEVISION Automatic rental shoes detector. One kit per pair of lanes ATGPC (AUTOMATIC TIME GAME CONTROL) SYSTEM connected into a Main Desk, this board with the external interface could drive 16 to 48 different output for time game or internet or any other device. HVB Special set of "High voltage box" (sold separately) to drive the AC power for different device via score: · "Instant glow" device to drive glow in the dark light · "Brunswick bumpers" device to drive bumpers Brunswick. · " Temporized Back end motor" device to switch on /off back end motor, to save electric power. All device drive one lane.

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Pre-installation and owner certification

Pre-install site inspection Pre-installation Form Short question list for bowling owner Overhead video display installation Workstation size dimensions Power supply connection and conduit specification (European countries) Power supply connection and conduit specification (USA specification) Overhead video display structure certification Certification and Release of Steltronic s.r.l by Proprietor Pre-installation checking list

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Pre-install site inspection

PINSETTERS: · Identify the pinsetter number and model type, including the chassis type installed (if present) to be interfaced with the scoring system. · · A M F 82/70 UP chassis: when using this pinsetter and chassis and you need to connect the `sweep reverse' and fast `strike cycle' make sure that the E-prom installed is at least MARK5. Brunswick GS pinsetters: take note of the game setter box model numbers to ensure that the correct interface is ordered, make sure that it is possible to run the double cycle on second ball to read pin fall with the pinsetter.

For all pinsetter types: verify that the second ball signal works correctly. The signal should be active half way through or at the end of the first ball cycle and before being able to make the second throw (for a period of 3 to 4 seconds from when the second ball passes the photocells). FOUL LINES: · The Foul lines for GS, Funk KF3000 and 8290XL pinsetters are dedicated, the scoring interface for this signal is also dedicated, please communicate any NON compatible foul lines. · Brunswick A1/A2 pinsetters: the scoring system is connected to the signal lamp output. Check the power output and let us know if it is NOT 12-24V. Lay a 4 pole cable (0,35mm2 section) from the foul line to where the pinsetter interface will be installed. Generic foul lines: The Wins advanced pinsetter interface (API) accepts a signal from 12 to 24 volts (AC or DC). If the foul line sends out a higher voltage make sure you point this out on the configuration form to include with the order.

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COLUMNS, MASKING and "CURTAIN WALL": · Make sure you signal any columns or other obstacles between any pair of lanes, surface ball returns or anything that could make it difficult to install the standard Sciba CCD in the configuration form. · The Advanced Pinsetter Interface (API) should be installed on the curtain wall, above the pinsetters. Make sure that the structure can hold a 1.8kg weight for each pair of lanes. If there is no curtain wall please signal this on the pre-installation form.

BUMPERS: · A.P.I. should be interface with different kind of automatic bumpers: "toggle system" or "on/off" (see bumper interfacing chapter for further details). The contact output could drive ONLY Low voltage, if high voltage is require, like Brunswick bumpers, specify in the order form. BOWLER CONSOLES: · Check that the ground where the bowler consoles need to be installed is solid enough to fix the consoles securely. COMPUTER STATIONS: · Make sure there is enough space to install the computers and that the CPU's will have and adequate ventilation, especially the Main Desk.

Please complete the following Pre-installation form and send it to installer crew or authorized vendor.

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Pre-installation form

Bowling Center Delivery address Contact: Bowling Center tel: Contact e-mail: Number of lanes: PINSETTER TYPE

8270 W/5 board (solid state chassis) 8270 uP Chassis (APS connector) AMF 8290 FIRST GENERATION Brunswick A1/A2 GS consolidate Spellman String Vollmer String (CPU KS-34C) Via Bowling MC2 Brunswick A1/A2 VPS 2000/3000 Other 8270 solid state chassis with Expander board AMF 8230 / 823000 / 8245 AMF 8290 XL (Small Chassis) GS with Gamesetter (2 reading pin cycle) GS NEXT GEN Vilati String (chassis K-800-E) Yangji Vision Schimd series 8603 GS with Gamesetter (2 reading cycle) Funk KF3000

Tel: Fax:

Interruptions / Obstacles between lane pairs (columns, passages etc) Indicate number and lane pair: _______________________________ Yes No Ball return Standard under lane track Over lane surface ball return Cement or tiled Bowler area (approach zone) Wood False ceiling type Wood panels Plaster board panels

None or cement (uncovered) Glass wool panels Other: ______________________________________________________________________________ Existing Scoring system to be un- installed Model: __________________________________________ Yes No Notes: Pre ­ Install inspection carried out by: __________________________ Date: ____________ Signed: ___________________________________

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Short question list for bowling owner

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Thank you again for your purchase of Steltronic Automatic Scoring. I have listed below a couple of items you will need to do for preparation of the front desk computer system. 1. Please prepare a list of all possible prices that could be charged all week long for bowling. Don't forget about those "special" leagues, customers, or events that don't happen every day. 2. Please prepare a list of your time zones. What I am asking for? When do your prices change for bowling during the day? a. Do you have a special price from 9 AM till noon? b. Do you have another price for bowling at 6pm? 3. If you are using a secretary program to keep track of all scores, please have the secretary make a backup of all the leagues. Please have them place this backup on floppy disks. If you are not using a league secretary program, please have copies of all league standing sheets. 4. If you plan to sell drinks, food, or merchandise using the computer system, please prepare a list of all items and their respective prices.

Things you can expect during operation:

1. If you are not using the secretary software interface for the first few days of operation, your league bowlers will be able to bowl with these conditions: a. They will have to enter their names and handicap at the lower console. b. They will need to enter in their own team names and handicap. c. The scoring system will consider these league bowlers as "open play", in cross lane mode. That is, they will switch sides for each frame, but the front desk has a few limitations for "open play" bowlers: i. They cannot be blind (absent). This has to be done at the front desk only. ii. They cannot erase a frame, however, they can modify a frame 2. As soon as the league information is imported into the secretary software program, all functions will be available to the league bowlers at the bowler console.

Normal things to expect

1. All of the overhead monitors have been tested and adjusted before shipment. During shipment, some of these monitors will be a little out of adjustment. All of these monitors will have to be readjusted during the installation. 2. If you have overhead monitors, you will be able to watch television. You must provide a cable TV or antennae input for our system. You need to have this cable installed upon start of the scoring installation. Please have this cable installed at the front desk, or if you intend to change channels from a different location, please inform the installation crew. 3. You will need to place a phone jack at the front desk that has dial tone on it. What does this mean? If you have fax machine, or dedicated phone line in the building, you will need to have the phone company place a parallel phone jack at the front desk with this phone line. In other words, your fax machine has a phone jack on the wall where it can be plugged in. Have the phone company place another phone jack close to the front desk computer. This phone jack will be a duplicate phone line with your fax machine phone line. By doing this, we can do a modem connection with your computer in the event we need to send some new software over the phone lines.

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Overhead video Display installation

The Wins system monitors (27",28" and 34") are prepared for being hung with a `vertical hanging bar' or with a `chain' to the ceiling, generally in the area of the ball return, in any case never beyond the foul lines. The customer must prepare an approved structure, adequate for holding the monitors which weigh approximately 60 kg each when 28" monitor is installing, 90 kg each for 34". Chains, tie rods, eye bolts, (material supplied on request) must be of adequate size and strength to hold the monitors.

Dig. 2: example of an `H' beam structure fixed to the existing center ceiling structure.

Dig. 3: example of monitor hung with the vertical bar fixed directly to the existing roof support. This type of connection is very solid, the measurements need to be exact to ensure that the monitors are all the same height from the floor.

Dig. 4: example of monitor hung with chain. Use the tie-pulls to fix the correct height. In this type of installation, the monitors are hung in pairs and fixed using bolts or center panel (only Winvision) which stops them from rotating. Dig. 5: example of monitor hung with vertical and horizontal hanging bar, MEC-Y-MW0053C. This system is used when it is not possible to fix the vertical bar to the existing supports or when the roof supports are very high.

Minimum height from ground (measurement taken from the underside of the monitor) 2,30 meters (between 7 and 8 feet). The monitor hanging angle can be set by selecting the one of the holes on the monitor hanging bar.

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Horizontal and vertical bars (supplied on request) used for Winvision and New Look Overhead monitor

Dig. 7: fixing the horizontal bar MEC-Y-MW0053C (B) to the vertical bar (A) using a bolt (C) M 10 X 80 UNI 5737 and an M10 self locking nut (D).

The vertical bar MEC-Y-MW0068A is fixed to the monitor using a bolt (UNI 5739 M8 X 45) and an M8 self locking nut. The horizontal bar is universal for both Winvision and New Look monitors. Simply use the various holes depending on the type and number of monitors to be installed. The two central holes are 5 mm diameter and 20 cm apart, they are used to bolt the lane computer support shelf. The other holes for fixing vertical bars and chains are 10 mm in diameter.

Dig. 6: Vertical bar MEC-Y-MW0068A

Dig. 8: measurements in CENTIMETERS

A B C D E F

20 = distance between center of two shelf support holes. 71,6 = Holes used for fixing two NEW LOOK or WINVISION monitors next to each other (no center panel). 93,5 = Holes for fixing two WINVISION monitors with center panel. 98 = Holes used to fix two NEW LOOK or WINVISION monitors hung using chains. 160 = Holes used to fix three NEW LOOK or WINVISION monitors or two NEW LOOK monitors in center of lane, with chains. 181 = Holes used to fix two NEW LOOK or WINVISION monitors hung in the center of the lane. Use the hole in the center for the third monitor.

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Mechanical measurements for Winvision 28" monitors.

Dig. 9: dimensions of a 28" Winvision single monitor.

Installing two Winvision monitors together.

Dig. 10: seen from above (2) with center panel (1). The panel also includes (on request) the lane computer support (3) mechanism. Dig. 11: Winvision 28" monitors fixed together with a center panel and hung using chains.

Dig. 12: Winvision 28" monitors fixed together with a center panel and hung using vertical bars (2), chains and a horizontal bar (1) MEC-Y-MW0053C. The vertical bar in this case is 70 cm long.

Dig. 13: Winvision 28" monitors hung using vertical bars (2) and horizontal bar (1) MEC-Y-MW0053C and chains. The lane computer (3) is standing on a shelf (50cm X 35cm) bolted or soldered to the horizontal bar. The vertical bar is 70 cm long, in this case.

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Three Winvision monitors fixed with center plates.

Dig. 14: Installing Winvision 28" monitors with central TV monitor (another Winvision 28") The monitors are hung on a horizontal bar which is in turn hung to the ceiling supports with chains. The two center panels are used to hold the monitors in line. The lane computer can be fixed to one of the two center panels using the computer support mechanism.

Dig. 15: Installing Winvision 28" monitors with central TV monitor (another Winvision 28") The monitors are hung on a horizontal bar which is in turn hung to the ceiling supports with chains. The monitors in this case are hung close to one another. The lane computer can be fixed to a shelf (50cm X 35cm) bolted or soldered to the horizontal bar.

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Mechanical measurements for 28" New Look monitors.

The New Look 28" monitors can be hung on their own as singles, either in the center of the lane or close together. In order to stop the monitors from rotating it is possible to hang them using the horizontal bar MEC-Y-MW0053C, supplied of request. The bar has pre-drilled holes for the various ways in which the monitors can be hung. The lane computer can be fixed to a shelf 50cm x 35cm which is either bolted or soldered to the horizontal bar. The vertical bar is usually about 70 cm long.

Dig. 16: dimensions of a single 28" New Look monitor

Dig. 17: New Look 28" monitors hung in the center of the lane. The horizontal bar (1) MEC-Y-MW0053C has a shelf to support the lane computer (3), The monitors are hung using the vertical bars (2). The entire structure is hung using chains. It is possible to hang WinVision28" monitors with this same mechanism. Without the center panel usually used with this monitor style.

Dig. 18: New Look 28" monitors hung next to one another. The horizontal bar (1) MEC-Y-MW0053C has a shelf to support the lane computer (3), the monitors are hung using the vertical bars (2) The entire structure is hung using chains.

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Three New Look 28" monitors

Dig. 19: Installing three New Look 28" monitors together (center is a TV monitor), next to each other. The monitors are hung to the horizontal bar (1) MEC-Y-MW0053C using the vertical bars (2), usually about 70 cm long. The entire structure is hung using chains. The lane computer is fixed to a shelf (3) bolted or soldered to the horizontal bar.

Monitor 34" Airport Stile

There are two different kind of 34" Airport monitor. The External dimension are same, only the installation support is different. Check with your vendor which model is available. MODEL "A" Airport style monitors is fixed to a horizontal bar which passes through special support rings fixed to the monitor frames. the 34" monitors weight about 70 Kg, excluding the support structure.

Dig. 20: 34" monitor dimension

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Hanging Airport 34" model "A"

Dig. 21: 34" monitors hung in pairs with center fixing plate.

A = the "L" center plate is also used to support the lane computer. B = the horizontal support bar is covered with a light metal sheet. C = support for hanging structure, a hole is provided for connecting chain or bolts to be fixed to the overhead beams or ceiling supports.

Dig. 22: mechanical measurements for 34" on support

Hanging 34" Airport model "A" with third center monitor

Dig. 23: hanging mechanism for three Airport 34" monitors. The support bar and cover sheet are 265 centimeters long and supplied on request.

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Hanging Airport 34" model "B"

A = central frame for 34" .This part is used to place the lane computer and to pack two monitor together. B= Chain. An hook could be fixed on the monitor top, various holes can be used to adjust the inclination.

Dig. 24: 2 Airport 34" model "B"

Hanging 34" Airport model "B" with third center monitor

Dig. 25: 3 Airport 34" model "B"

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Workstation and peripherals size dimension

Warning! Dimensions are indicative, Monitors, printer and Desk size depends by availability. We strongly recommend to leave 15-20 centimetres on rear for ventilation and cable adjusting. All quotes are in centimetres.

WORKSTATION DESKTOP STILE

Monitor 14" ­ 15"

A: 46 - B: 44 - C: 14

A: 36 - B: 40 - C: 39

Score printer e (HP 840C)

Cash Drawer

A: 44 - B: 45 - C: 25

A: 41,5 - B: 41,57 - C: 11

Ticket printer

A: 12 - B: 20 - C: 12

Cash Display UPS

A: 24 - B: 46 - C: 11

A: 38 - B: 14 - C: 20

Standard keyboard

A: 46- B: 20

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Power supply connection and conduit specification for long cables (European country)

Overhead monitor

Install one, approved, power socket with three plugs spaces per pair of lanes. IF EXTRA MONITOR (TV) is required, add one plug for each socket. The electric socket needs to be mounted near the monitors and Lane computer. The AC power cables are 1.5 meters in length. Every night when closing, the overhead monitors & lane computers (electrical circuits) should be turned off. Since it is not practical to use circuit breakers as an on/off switch, we recommend that the electrician put in some type of switching device to turn off these circuits. This can be done based on the electrician's suggestions: · Install a lighting contactor with a remote key switch at the desk. (Preferred method) · Install a standard light switch very close to the circuit breaker panel. · Place the electrical outlets (FLUSH MOUNTED IN THE CEILING) as close as possible to the location of where the monitors will be placed. All electrical for this automatic scoring needs to be grounded, and lightning arrestors should be installed on the new electrical panel. Refer to the local standard for the type of plug to be used: AC10A 3 pole in line for Italy, AC 13A for the UK, Schuko 10/16A for the rest of Europe. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Bowler Console (no 14" monitor)

We will need to run one cable from the bowler's console to the power lift. This cable is only 1 centimetre in diameter however, the connector is almost 5,5 centimetre wide, and is considered low voltage cable. (12 Volts DC). It should be in a 6 centimetre conduit from the bowler console to the underground power lift assembly. Per the electrical code requirements in all states, we cannot install low voltage cable in an existing conduit if it contains high voltage from your tel-e-scores. ------

Bowler Console (two 14" monitor in one console)

We will need to run tree cables from the bowler's console to the power lift. These cable is considered low voltage cable. (12 Volts DC). It should be in a 6 centimeter conduit from the bowler console to the underground power lift assembly. Per the electrical code requirements in all states, we cannot install low voltage cable in an existing conduit if it contains high voltage from your tel-e-scores. The lower monitor consoles require 110-240 VAC (100 W each monitor) Install an, approved, electric socket with, at least, 2 plug spaces, on the floor into the base of the bowler console pedestal, for each pair of lanes. The electrician should put in a 20-amp circuit for each 6 lanes of lower consoles with monitors. ------

Bowler Console (one 14" monitor in one console )

We will need to run two cables from the odd bowler's console to the power lift and one cable to even bowler's console to power lift . These cable is considered low voltage cable. (12 Volts DC). It should be in a 6 centimeter conduit from the bowler console to the underground power lift assembly. Per the electrical code requirements in all states, we cannot install low voltage cable in an existing conduit if it contains high voltage from your tel-e-scores. The lower monitor consoles require 110-240 VAC (100 W each monitor) Install an, approved, electric socket with, at least, 2 plug spaces, on the floor into the base of the bowler console pedestal. Each 14" console is single, ONE per lane and require one power cable for each console. The electrician should put in a 20-amp circuit for each 6 lanes of lower consoles with monitors. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Network Hub

Each HUB installed in the center will need to be powered with an `independent' electric power supply to the rest of the scoring hardware; alternatively, since the power consumption is low, the Hub can, if the owner agrees, be powered by one pair of monitors. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Main Desk & Workstations

Each computer terminal needs an, approved, electric socket with at least 6 plug spaces. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Switches and Differential

Each socket and differential should be controlled by an `independent bi-pole thermal switch' with a "U" characteristic, 10 Amp if connected to the Hub Or computers and 16 Amp for the overhead monitors (the pair) and bowler console with 14" monitors. The minimum wire gauge should not be less than 2,5mm2; the cable should be `fireproof' are per EEC regulations. At the source of the bi-pole thermal switches install a DIFFERENTIAL 300 mA switch. Each section of the scoring systems electric supply must be installed by authorized persons or companies able to provide the necessary documentation and certificates. The system must be `earthed', as per local electric installation laws. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Conduits for long Cables and network(overhead monitor)

LONG CABLE FOR OVERHEAD VIDEO: we will need to run one cable from the each lane computer to the pinsetter interface area (curtain wall). This cable is only 1 centimetre in diameter however, the connector is almost 5,5 centimetre wide, and is considered low voltage cable. (12 Volts DC). It should be in a 6 centimetre conduit into the ceiling. NETWORK LINE: we will need to run one cable from each PC workstation to the network Hub. The Hub is located on the overhead display area, in the middle of the lanes. The cable is 0,5 centimetre and is considered low voltage cable. A conduit need to be placed to drive the cable from ceiling to the workstation area (see Network installation chapter for further details). CVBS LINE: Overhead monitors should display CVBS signal. We need to make a chain between each lane computer or Sdd, the begin of the chain going to the VCR or DVD. Provide a conduit for the RG59 cable (0,5 cm diameter) from first lane pair to the CVS source (VCR or DVD). ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Extra conduits for intercom system

When a intercom system is installed into a bowler's console, is necessary place a conduit for the telephone wire. The conduit across all bowler's console pedestal and must be placed where is installed the central phone. Conduit section depends by intercom number: each intercom require a telephone wire.

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Power supply connection (Usa specification)

Steltronic USA 28" Overhead Electrical Requirements

1. We will need a duplex receptacle (2 plugs) for each pair of lanes. TWO OUTLETS TOTAL PER PAIR OF LANES. 2. This circuit needs to be 2 AMPS per lane. 3. The electrician should put in a 20-amp circuit for each 6 lanes of overhead monitors. 4. Every night when closing, the overhead monitors & lane computers (electrical circuits) should be turned off. Since it is not practical to use circuit breakers as an on/off switch, we recommend that the electrician put in some type of switching device to turn off these circuits. This can be done based on the electrician's suggestions: · Install a lighting contactor with a remote key switch at the desk. (Preferred method) · Install a standard light switch very close to the circuit breaker panel. 5. Place the electrical outlets (FLUSH MOUNTED IN THE CEILING) as close as possible to the location of where the monitors will be placed. 6. All electrical for this automatic scoring needs to be on a DEDICATED ISOLATED GROUND CIRCUIT, and lightning arrestors should be installed on the new electrical panel. See attached detailed instructions.

Lower Console Requirements (No Monitors)

1. We will need to run one cable from the bowler's console to the powerlift. 2. This cable is only ¼" in diameter however, the connector is almost 2-1/2" wide, and is considered low voltage cable. (5 Volts DC). It should be in a 3" conduit from the bowler console to the underground powerlift assembly. 3. Per the electrical code requirements in all states, we cannot install low voltage cable in an existing conduit if it contains high voltage from your tel-e-scores.

Lower Console Requirements (14" Color Monitor)

1. We will need to run one cable from the bowler's console to the powerlift. 2. This cable is only ¼" in diameter, however, the connector is almost 2-1/2" wide, and is considered low voltage cable. (5 Volts DC). It should be in a 3" conduit from the bowler console to the underground powerlift assembly. 3. Per the electrical code requirements in all states, we cannot install low voltage cable in an existing conduit if it contains high voltage from your tel-e-scores. 4. The lower monitor consoles require 110 VAC, 2-amp circuit per pair of lanes. 5. The electrician should put in a 20-amp circuit for each 6 lanes of lower consoles with monitors.

The Steltronic Automatic Scoring System consists of overhead and/or lower monitors at each pair of lanes and a Cash Control System at the Front Desk computer workstation. Each of these units contain computer components that require clean, dedicated, insulated and isolated electrical circuits. The electrical requirements described in this document are essential to prevent electrical noise from entering the grounding circuit. Warning: All electrical service must be installed by a licensed electrician and must meet all local and national electric codes. Failure to comply with the instructions contained in this document will void all hardware failure warranties due to electrical noise. If you need written certification that your electrical wiring meets these guidelines, you should have the installing licensed electrician provide the required documents. Steltronic USA assumes no responsibility in determining the correctness of your electrical responsibilities. Steltronic USA, Inc. is not responsible for damage or improper operation of The Steltronic Automatic Scoring which is caused by improper installation or faulty electrical service. When installing the electrical service conduit, wiring and receptacles, the following guidelines must be strictly adhered to. Also see page Two (2) · The Scoring System electrical panel must have its own separate circuit branched from the primary service panel. It cannot share electrical service with any other electrical equipment. · All plug-in receptacles must be isolated from the conduit. Conduit cannot be used as a ground.

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· ALL circuits to The Steltronic Automatic Scoring equipment must share a common insulated / isolated ground. Improper grounding, multiple grounds or grounding loops can cause erratic behavior and sometimes actual damage to the scoring equipment. · ALL circuits to The Steltronic Automatic Scoring equipment must share a common insulated / isolated Neutral. Improper neutral, multiple neutral or neutral loops can cause erratic behavior and sometimes actual damage to the scoring equipment. · In no instance may wires which supply power to The Steltronic Automatic Scoring system share conduit with wires leading to any other equipment. · Take extreme care to insure that the ground wire and neutral wires from the Scoring System Electrical Panel are not crossed. Voltage measured between the neutral and hot, ground and hot, or between the neutral and ground wires cannot differ more than 0.2 to 0.7 VAC. A higher differential may cause computer failure. · Connect the Neutral and Ground at the Primary Service only. ALL circuits to The Steltronic Automatic Scoring equipment must share a common ground. Improper grounding can cause erratic behavior and sometimes damage to the equipment. DO NOT connect equipment other than The Steltronic Automatic Scoring to this panel or branch circuits. · Use only Hubbell IG 5261 or IG 5262 receptacles (or equivalent).

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Dig. 24: Scoring system electrical panel for USA customers

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Overhead Video Display Structure Certifications

((The ownerr mustt giive a copy off tthiis tto iinsttalllerr orr vendorr offffiice)) The owne mus g ve a copy o h s o ns a e o vendo o ce

I, by signing this document, certify to Steltronic s.r.l and to the proprietor named below, that: 1. I am an engineer/architect licensed by and in good standing with the State of _________________________________________; and 2. I have examined the bowling center premises known as______________________, located at __________________________________________________________; 3. The roof structure of the bowling center is fully and safely capable of supporting the configuration of the overhead video display, not exceeding 240 pounds actual/static weight for each pair of bowling lanes to be attached to the roof structure by the means and methods set forth in the support specifications on the reverse side of this sheet. ____________________________________________ Printed or typed name of architect or structural engineer ____________________________________________ Signature of architect or structural engineer ____________________________________________ Title ______________________

Date

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Seal

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Certification and Release of Steltronic s.r.l by Proprietor

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I, _____________________________, as the proprietor or as duly-authorized representative of the proprietor, certify to Steltronic S.p.A. that: 1. The proprietor has obtained the above structure certification for the proprietor's own benefit; and 2. The proprietor is not relying upon Steltronic S.p.A. that the roof structure described in the structure certification will support the overhead video display units selected by the proprietor and installed by Steltronic S.p.A. In consideration for Steltronic S.p.A. agreement to install the overhead video display units, and by signing below, proprietor for proprietor's own self and for proprietor's heirs, successors, assigns, employees, agents, representatives, insurers, contractors, subcontractors, and their spouses and relatives ("Proprietor Group"), releases and agrees to indemnify Steltronic S.p.A. it's officers, directors, employees, parent companies, subsidiaries, and affiliated companies, insurers, agents, contractors, subcontractors, from all claims, demands, actions, causes of action, or their functional equivalent, that any member of the Proprietor Group may have subsequently accrue to a member of the Proprietor Group arising out of or connected with, directly or indirectly, the inability of the roof structure described in the above structure certification to support the overhead video display units installed by Steltronic S.p.A. in accordance with the support specifications on the reverse of this sheet. ____________________________________ Printed or typed name of proprietor ____________________________________ Signature ____________________________________ Title ____________________________________ Date

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1) 2) The electric power supply has been installed, tested and the sockets are mounted and functional. The electric power supply for the bowler consoles with 14" monitor (if required) has been installed, tested and the sockets are mounted and functional.

Pre ­ Installation Checking list

3) 4)

A telephone line has been installed next to the Main desk for modem connection. The authorized electrician has made the final test and deposited the relevant documentation in conformity with local law.

Date of the electric test (dd/mm/yyyy)

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Technician or company

5)

An adequate structural support to hold 28" or 34" monitors has been installed, as specified in chapter 6 of this manual. The structural support has been inspected and approved by an authorized company which has given the go-ahead for the scoring installation

6)

Date of structural approval (dd/mm/yyyy)

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Technician or company

7) 8)

Adequate cable channels have been installed for the long overhead and underground cables Adequate cable channels for the network and CVBS signal have been installed

9)

The curtain wall near the pinsetters is able to support the weight of the pinsetter interfaces or an adequate support has been provided

10) The floor where the bowler consoles will be installed is adequate for fixing the bowler consoles in the correct way. The center owner declares that the pre-installment requirements and the test of the parts has been carried out as specified in points 4 and 6 The center owner: _____________________________ Date (dd/mm/yyyy)

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Scoring Installation (tools and test for installers)

Installation tools Installer of Steltronic scoring requirements Scoring installation checking list and sign off sheet

30 31 32

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Installation Tools

Standard tools (note: all screws & nuts are metric)

Electric Drill or Battery drill + screw bit + drill bit for holing Ø 30mm (Sciba) Screwdriver SET (Philips + standard) 2 Spanner 10 1 Spanner 17 1 Spanner 13 1 Cutter + electric scissor Pliers Set Tubular key Set: 5 - 5,5 ­ 7 - 8 5 meter ruler

Special keys for Sciba

1 key 4 1 key 2,5 1 key 1,5

Special crimping tools

RJ45 crimping tool (recommended AMP 853400) BNC (RG59) crimping tool AMP crimping for AMP contact (recommended AMP F 9922) AMP PINS EXTRACTOR

Items required

Installer must provide a crimp Fast-on Set (see sample by side) in order to connect the scoring in parallel to pinsetter, Steltronic do not supply this material into shipment. To make a good installation is also required a set of ties, Steltronic supply only the installation set for Sciba.

The installer must keep care also to following materials: WINS CD ROM CD DRIVERS FOR TOUCH SCREEN, NETWORK BOARD, ETC. THIS INSTALLATION MANUAL PINSETTER SCHEMATIC DRAWING (if available)

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INSTALLER OF STELTRONIC SCORING REQUIREMENTS

Before you begin, please check the following with the manager or head mechanic. Document these inspections, and have the manager sign this pre-inspection. · · · · Check the operation of all foul lights. Check to see if all pinsetters cycle at the ball rack. Check to see if the managers control switches at the front desk are operational. For AMF centers, verify the practice mode (shadow bowling) is operational. Check to see if both 1st and 2nd ball lights on the masking unit are operational.

Items below are the requirements of Steltronic Srl

· · · · · · · All zip ties must be cut. All wires must be placed and mounted in a way that they cannot be damaged by a bowling ball. All cables must be secured in a way that they cannot be pulled off or damaged by mechanic. The I-Retro or API cables must be secured. The camera cables must be secured so a bowling ball cannot damage it. All camera's need to be mounted on solid capping. The capping should to be cut (to accommodate the camera), and new #14X4" wood screws need to be installed on this new section of capping. Doing this will avoid the mechanic from lifting a section of capping for an underground ball. After WINS is installed, check the operation of the 10th frame (spare) extra cycle. Monitors need to be adjusted and sized with the test grid, games status bar, team name and scrolling text.

AFTER THE INSTALLATION, PROCEED WITH THE SCORING TEST, USE THE SCORING INSTALLATION CHECKLIST (MAKE A COPY OF FOLLOWING PAGES) AND SEND IT TO LOCAL SERVICE OR AUTHORIZED VENDOR

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Scoring installation checking list and sign off sheet

Job name: Contact telephone: Contact telephone: Owner/Responsible Party: Installation team led By: Installation Start/Finish Dates: Warranty Start/end Dates: Pinsetter type: Other Equipment installed At Same time: Comment On Center Or Other Equipment: Date: # Of lanes:

2nd Ball lights Working?: Identify which lane# did not work upon arrival: Foul Light Not working? Identify the lanes that do not work properly: Pinsetter turned on?: Identify the lanes which not turn on: ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Met / Failed to Meet Steltronic Requirements:

Lightning Arrestor Installed: Ground installed: UPS installed: Comment On Electrical System:

TRAINING Training Done by : Person Trained by Topic: Front desk On-Lane Equipment Troubleshooting Maintenance Name/Position Date:

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Scoring system Test 1) All lanes receive 2nd ball signal : 2) Foul line tested : 3) All sensor are alligned : 4) All pinsetters receive trigger from Score : 5) All pinsetters make short gutter cycle* : 6) All pinsetters make Fast Strike cycle*: 7) Score recognize pins correctly : 8) Score recognize pins correctly even with glow light: 9) Monitors screen are adjusted correctly: 10) Bowler's console works properly (all keys or button) : 11) Main Desk and peripherals works correctly: 12) Other workstation works correctly: 13) Extra software (league, tournament) tested * 14) Ball return connection OK* 15) Foul light power on OK* 16) Automatic Bumpers OK* 17) Photostrike tested* 18) Shoevision system OK* 19) Modem lineOK Indicate which lanes are not tested or out of order: Comments:__________________________________________________________________ YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO

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* this parts or software are optional, test when installed

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Scoring Installation

For scoring installation, please check the following job list: · · · · Power supply for monitor is already installed. All conduit for the cable are ready Overhead video support is installed. Pinsetter is working correctly in all parts.

Now is possible proceed with the installation, we suggest to do in this way: 1. install the network and cvbs line. 2. install the long cable. 3. install the lane computer. 4. install the Main Desk. 5. install the Pinsetter Interface and the Camera.

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Network Line installation

The network line is 10 base-T using twisted pair cable and Network Switch. When necessary, it's possible place more hubs in cascade, in order to implement more distance. Place the Switch in the centre of Lane computer area (close to the overhead monitors), in order to reduce the length of the network cable (example: bowling with 14 lanes, place Switch close to lane 7/8). The Twisted Pair cable is 8 pin cable cat. 5 (we suggest Belden-M SM1720A.); the cable is crimped directly on the connector.

Dig. 25: example of segment length with Central Hub

Max length for each segment: 100 meters. If the distance between Switch and device exceed 100 meters, place another Switch in cascade. Max length for entire network 250 meters.

Dig. 26: twisted pair connector

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Dig. 27: network installation with 1 hub

Dig. 28: network installation with 2 hub in cascade

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Dig. 29: example of 8 Switch NB: MODEL COULD CHANGE BY AVAILABILITY

Dig. 30: example of 2 8 port Hub connected in cascade

Some Hub has a switch to swap the last port from standard to crossover link, when necessary. Please read the booklet inside the Hub box for further details. Hub power supply need to be connected in a dedicate line, if the Hub is switched off, Lane computer and other workstation can't load the software from Main Desk.

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CVBS Line installation

CVBS Installation with 2 RGB 27" - 28" monitor

The RGB monitor should be use to display TV signal instead of score. The signal used is CVBS (1V max) from any source (DVD, VCR, SAT, TUNER). It's possible connect different source for a different group of monitor, to view different pictures; simply place one CVBS line between each source and each group (example: lane 1 to 6 VCR1, lane 7 to 8 DVD). Audio signal is not supplied in the RGB monitors, connect the AUDIO out from the source to the Main HI-FI of the bowling center (use AUX input). To connect the CVBS line use RG59 75 Ohm cable, each segment of the chain should be approximately 6 meters length; use 2 BNC RG59 crimp connector for each segment. Europe bowling center installation: Use the Scart adapter CAB-Y-CA0075A to connect the source to the system. The CVBS line connection depends by lane computer: with ELEX lane computer the CVBS signal is connected in chain to any SDD box, with SUPERELEX lane computer the CVBS signal is connected in chain directly to the lane computer. In both installation, the end of the chain must be closed with 75 ohm terminator (see the next diagrams). The source for CVBS signal (DVD, VCR, SAT, TUNER) should drive approximately 8 SDD or SUPERELEX ; if the number of device is more, use one video amplifier (for CVBS signal)and split the chain in 2 line.

CVBS Installation with 3 RGB 27"- 28" monitor (2 score + extra central monitor)

The central monitor mount an RGB board like any other score monitor. The CVBS signal is connected though the STAND ALONE SDD that provide the RGB signal conversion (see dig. 11). Each STAND ALONE SDD could drive max 4 extra monitor.

CVBS Installation with 2 34" EQ3 Airport monitor

The CVBS connection for 34" Airport monitor is same of SUPERELEX or SDD device. 28" RGB monitor, CVBS signal is connected to

CVBS Installation with 3 34" EQ3 Airport monitor (2 score + extra central monitor)

The central monitor mount the EQ3 monitor board, the central monitor could be connected directly to CVBS line, the monitor board is provide with BNC connector for CVBS in and out, Stand alone SDD is not necessary.

Dig. 31: SDD CVBS IN/OUT

Dig. 32: SUPERELEX CVBS IN/OUT

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Dig. 33: CVBS one chain connection

Dig. 34: CVBS connection split in two line.

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Dig. 35: CVBS connection with 3 RGB 27" -28" monitor

Dig. 36: CVBS connection with 3 34" EQ3 (QUADRISTANDARD) monitor

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Dig. 37: CA0075A cable, euroscart adapter

(optional for Europe only)

Dig. 38: Steltronic video Amplifier. One amplifier could drive max 16-18 monitor for each output (8 Sdd or Superelex each output). Use the internal trimmer to adjust the CVBS signal

CAB-Y-CA0075A CABLE

Dig. 39: CAB-Y-CA0075A diagram CN4 (Male Euroscart) 19 17 3 4 SIGNAL CVBS Out CVBS GND LF AUDIO OUT GND CN1 (Female BNC RG59) 1 (central) GND CN2 (Male RCA) 1 (central) GND CN3 (Male RCA) 1 (central) GND

1 4

RF AUDIO OUT GND

Note: use RG59 (30 cm) to connect CN4 + CN1 Use Audio shield wire to connect CN4 + CN2 and CN3

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Modem Line installation

Any computer equipped with a modem need a telephone socket close to the modem. Modem line should be direct bi-directional dedicated line or switched from another existing line (Fax, Bank Card, etc.). Specify in the order the modem required for the line: ISDN, or analogue. It's also possible connect an analog modem to ISDN lien using an Analogue switch.

Dig. 40: Modem connection view

If the bowling centre is equipped with more than one desk, it's possible share the Main Desk modem using the PCANYWHERE GATEWAY, if Pcanywhere version could permit (Gateway not available for windows 2000) INTERNET PCANYWHERE CONNECTION Using PCANYWHERE, it's possible make a modem connection with Remote service via Internet. For this option is necessary subscript an Internet account for the bowling Center.

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CAB-Y-CA0092A Connection

The Lane computer link with Pinsetter interface via RS232. The CAB-Y-CA0092A cable provide RS232 + 12 VDC (Pinsetter interface is powered by Lane computer). Cable side is reversible, same connector in both side. Cable length is approximately 30 meters, for special installation should be extended to 40 meters max.

Dig. 41: Example 1. lane computer placed on Ceiling's top

Dig. 42: Example 2. lane computer placed into Bowlers' console

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CAB-Y-CA0092A

Dig. 43: CAB-Y-CA0092A view

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Lane computer Installation

Where the Winvision monitor are installed, the central panel could be used to place the Superelex or Elex + Sdd lane computer. For position the components see the next diagrams.

Dig. 44: MI0005A view =center panel+ screw set and mobile bracket for Superelex installation

Dig. 45: Superelex assembly on Central panel. IMPORTANT! Place the Superelex ONLY in this position when mounting on panel.

Dig. 46: MI006A support for Elex and SDD, assembled on Central panel.

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Dig. 47: Elex and SDD, assembled on Central panel.

Place the lane computer close to the overhead monitors or into bowlers' console, when required; provide for good ventilation. Note: the Superelex contains an Hard disk it recommended to keep attention for placing and transport; Superelex must be place in horizontal or by side (only when installed with Winvision monitor with Central Plate). Please report the IP ADDRESS of each lane computer, it's necessary for assign the lanes number into Main Desk. Lane computer communicate with Main Desk though the Hub; all score information comes directly from Main Desk. Two are the model of Lane computer available: SUPERELEX and ELEX. The latest wins software version for Elex is 5.26.99 SR2. The Superelex lane computers provide the RGB signal (Sync are negative) for the scoring and receive the CVBS signal from the video recorder transforming it directly into RGB. Sync are negative. The monitors or televisions used with Superelex lane computers are connected to the RGB input directly. Switching monitors On and Off is piloted directly from the Superelex through the VDE exit on each monitor. The Elex lane computers only provide the RGB signal (Sync are negative) CVBS/SCORE/OFF commutation command. for the scoring and a

The signal commutation from CVBS to OFF is made through a secondary device installed between the Elex and the monitors: Option A) SDD The SDD receives the RGB signal from the Elex and the CVBS signal from the video recorder, it then transmits an RGB signal to the monitors, which ever the input is. The SDD also provides the monitor ON and OFF signal through the VDE exit. (one for each monitor).

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Option B) switch board SG026A board is a AV / RGB commutation board used on Televisions with a Euro Scart plug. The signal which commuted is RGB or RF (from the antenna). The channels are changed with the remote control which comes with the TV. No ON and OFF function is available for Televisions (only available with the remote control). The following boards are used in installations before 1999 or upgraded: SG023A1 board this board is installed directly onto the Hantarex Multi-standard monitor board. SG025A board this board is installed directly onto the Hantarex Multi-standard monitor board, there is also a video amplifier circuit for 14" bowler consoles.

LANE COMPUTER ASSIGN

This operation must be performed on Main Desk. Click on START- PROGRAMS-STELTRONIC then click on IP ADDRESS EDIT icon. The Windows Notepad program will open the file IPNODES.LST .It's possible find this file also browsing the directory TCPSERV|DATI_COM and look for files IPNODES.LST. Change the number before the equal with the same IP ADDRESS writes on lane computer label. If necessary, add the lines for others lanes. IMPORTANT!! All pair of lane are identified using the odd number of the lane. The syntax is as sample, with same dot and equal. Do not forget to leave min. one space between equal and I.P. node and odd lane number. To close the file, click on FILE ­ SAVE , then exit.

Dig. 48: Ipnodes.lst file view

It's possible see the Ip assign into Winserv window, when the address are placed. A Tag with Ip address and lanes' number will displays when the lane computer boot up.

Dig. 49: WINSERV program view

Lane assign using the IP NODE CONFIGURATION UTILITY (available from wins 6.00)

Click on START-PROGRAMS ­ STELTRONIC- ip node configuration utility to load the utility. The WINSERV protocol need to be disabling to use this utility, please confirm the question. Highlight the default IP then remove it clicking on RED button. Switch on the Lane computer and wait until the IP nodes are displayed on the left window. Highlight the desiderate IP, then select from the available lanes the number Dig. 50: IPNODES MANAGER program view matches with lane computer. Click on ASSIGN (AZURE button) to confirm the choosing. Repeat those operation for all the lanes, than Exit and Save.

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SUPERELEX LANE COMPUTER

Dig. 51: Superelex connectors view

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21

RGB out for Odd 14" bowler console monitor Network in 10 base T 12 VDC out (to CA0092A cable) COM2 (to touch screen driver) COM4 Network led Even Audio out AC IN (110 ­ 240) AC Out for Even overhead monitor RGB out for overhead even monitor VGA Out (maintenance only)

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20

RGB out for overhead odd monitor COM1 (to CA0092A cable) CVBS in/out COM3 (to Wireless Bowler console Receiver) Fan Reset Button (only for A05001C version) Odd Audio out Ac out for Odd Overhead monitor RGB out for even 14" bowler console monitor Keyboard in (maintenance only)

SUPERELEX RGB OUTPUT SIGNAL (OVERHEAD or 14" BOWLERS' CONSOLE)

PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 SIGNAL RED GREEN BLUE H SYNC (negative) V SYNC (negative) Monitor ON (not used) GND GND SCORE signal CVBS (used only for old Pal TV)

Dig. 52: Superelex RGB out

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ELEX LANE COMPUTER

Dig. 53: Elex connectors view

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

IP ADDRESS label Network in 10 base T 12 VDC out to connect CA0092A AC in (110- 240) RS232 line to connect CA0092A RGB out odd monitor RGB out even monitor N.C. Maintenance or touch driver or CVBS control cable ELEX RGB OUTPUT SIGNAL

PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 SIGNAL RED GREEN BLUE H SYNC (negative) V SYNC (negative) FB GND GND + 12V OUT

Dig. 54: Elex RGB out

SCH-Y-SG026A INTERFACE ELEX <> TV MONITOR WITH EUROSCART PLUG (RGB IN)

Dig. 55: SG026A BOARD into plastic box

P2 is connected to elex lane computer via CAB-Y-CA0099B cable, P1 is connected to TV Euroscart via CAB-Y-CA0100B. TV and AV selection depends by TV remote control, CVBS <> RGB selection is forced by board.

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SDD DEVICE

Dig. 56: SDD connection view

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

RGB OUT for ODD 14" bowler console ODD RGB IN from lane computer RGB OUT for ODD overhead monitor AC OUT for ODD overhead monitor AC IN Fuse T500 mA 5x20 AC OUT for EVEN overhead monitor CVBS IN/OUT RGB OUT for EVEN overhead monitor EVEN RGB from lane computer RGB OUT for EVEN 14" boiler console CVBS control cable SDD RGB OUT FOR 14" BOWLER CONSOLE

PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 SIGNAL GND H SYNC (negative) GND V SYNC (negative) GND BLUE GREEN GND RED

SDD RGB OUT FOR OVERHEAD MONITOR

PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 SIGNAL RED GREEN BLUE H SYNC (negative) V SYNC (negative) FB GND GND + 12 VDC

Dig. 57: SDD Overhead RGB out

Dig. 58: SDD 14" RGB out

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Overhead Monitors model and boards

RGB POLO 2/3 28" MONITOR

Dig. 59: RGB POLO 2/3 monitor rear view

Dig. 60: AC In Polo/2 monitor

Dig. 61: RGB IN Polo/2 monitor

RV1 = Brightness RV2 = Keystone RV3 = H Amp RV4 = V Amp RV5 = Contrast RV6 = Cushion RV7 = H Phase RV8 = V Shift RV9 = H Freq The "SCREEN" Adjustment is located on the monitor board, into the line transformer.

Dig. 62: Polo/2 monitor control board

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HANTAREX QUADRISTANDARD EQ/2 BOARD

Dig. 63: EQ2 Hantarex monitor control board 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 2 EUROSCART connector PRIORITY selector 4 75 Ohm switch (pressed = load inserted) S-VHS, RGB, VIDEO selector 6 CVBS in ­out (used only with Central monitor) Horizontal phase 8 Vertical frequency Vertical pitch 10 Vertical phase Horizontal pitch 12 Focus Screen 14 ON/OFF switch COLOUR NTSC(ONLY) 16 COLOUR regulation ANALOGUE ­ TTL selector (not used) 18 CONTRAST regulation BRIGHTNESS regulation 20 Positive ­ negative Synchronism selector Audio regulation (not used) AC entry. In the base there is a drawer for storing fuses (T2A 250V)

Settings for Superelex and SDD: switch 2 & 4 = RGB, switch 19 negative SYNC Hantarex EQ2 is the previous version of EQ3 EQ3 board is compatible with EQ2 monitor, an adpter cable (CAB-Y-CA0192A) is required.

Dig. 64: CAB-Y-CA0186A EQ3 BOARD <> EQ2 MONITOR ADAPTER

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Dig. 65: EQ2 <>EQ3 cable adapter

HANTAREX MULTISTANDARD EQ/3 BOARD

Dig. 67: EQ3 Hantarex control panel

Dig. 66: EQ3 Hantarex monitor control board

How use OSD (on screen display) · · · Press the Use the Use the button for 3 seconds to access the "on screen display" menu. button to move from one function to the next.

+ - buttons to change the values.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION READ THE MONITOR MANUAL .

Attention! If no changes are made for 30 seconds, the monitor goes back to normal operation. Set the RGB Input, Negative sync. The RGB settings are already made by the factory.

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Lane computer <> Overhead monitor connection

SUPERELEX < > RGB POLO/2 28" OVERHEAD MONITORS (new look & winvision)

Dig. 68: Superelex <> Polo/2 RGB monitors

SUPERELEX < > EQ2/3 RGB OVERHEAD MONITORS

Dig. 69: Superelex <>EQ3 RGB monitors

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SUPERELEX < > OVERHEAD TV (with RGB input via Euroscart)

Dig. 70: Superelex <>TV (with RGB input via euroscart)

ELEX < > SDD connection

Dig. 71: Elex <> SDD connection diagrams

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SDD < > RGB POLO/2 28" OVERHEAD MONITORS (New look and Winvision monitors)

Dig. 72: SDD <> RGB POLO/2 connection diagrams

SDD < > EQ2/3 RGB OVERHEAD MONITORS

Dig. 73: SDD <> EQ2/3 Hantarex connection diagrams

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ELEX < > OVERHEAD TV (with RGB input via Euroscart)

Dig. 74: Elex <>TV (with RGB input via Euroscart)

Connecting the AMF monitors .

The AMF monitor require a positive Syncro. Superelex lane computer or SDD could only provide negative syncro, than is necessary place the adapter board A07801A.

Dig. 75: Adapter board A07801A

The adapter board should be fixed to the AMF monitor chassis using two screws.

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Dig. 76: Schematic view connection

AMF monitor could be drive also by Elex + SDD: The SDD RGB and Ac output provide the RGB signal and power on/off for the monitors, The 12VDC will be keep by Elex output. Cables are same.

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Overhead monitor cables diagram

CAB-Y-CA0171A ( Superelex or SDD <> Polo 2/3 monitor)

Dig. 77: CAB-Y-CA0171A CN1 (AMP MOD-I Male 6 PIN) 1 2 3 4 5 6 SIGNAL RED GREEN BLUE GND + SHIELD VERT. SYNC HORIZ. SYNC CN2 (DB9 Male ) 1 2 3 7&8 5 4

CAB-Y-CA0174A (Superelex or SDD <> EQ2/3 monitor)

Dig. 78: CAB-Y-CA0174A CN1 (Euroscart Male ) 15 11 7 13-9-5-21-18 10 12 SIGNAL RED GREEN BLUE GND + SHIELD VERT. SYNC HORIZ. SYNC CN2 (DB9 Male ) 1 2 3 7&8 5 4

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CAB-Y-CA0175A (Superelex <> Overhead TV)

Dig. 79: CAB-Y-CA0175A CN1 (Euroscart Male ) 15 11 7 20(+220 Ohm res. ) 20( + 220 Ohm res.) 16 ( + 680 Ohm res.) 5 13-9-5-21-18 4 6 2 SIGNAL RED GREEN BLUE HORIZ. SYNC VERT. SYNC FB (+12) GND GND + SHIELD AUDIO GND AUDIO L AUDIO R CN2 (DB9 Male ) 1 2 3 4 5 7&8 CN3 (3,5 Jack Stereo ) GND L R CN4 (Mate-n-lok M. 2p ) 1 2 -

CAB-Y-CA0176A (12VDC split for 1 CAB-Y-CA0092A and 2 CAB-Y-CA00175A)

Dig. 80: CAB-Y-CA0176A CN1 (AMP Mate-N-lok Male 2 pin - female contact ) 1 2 3 SIGNAL + 12 VDC GND N CN2- CN3 ­ CN4 (AMP Mate-N-lok Female 2 pin - male contact )) 1 2 3

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CAB-Y-CA0099A/B (Elex RGB out <> SDD RGB in or SG026A board)

Dig. 81: CAB-Y-CA0099A ­ CAB-Y-CA0099B CN1 (DB9 Male ) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 SIGNAL RED GREEN BLUE HORIZ. SYNC VERT. SYNC FB GND + SHIELD GND + 12 CN2 (DB9 Male ) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CAB-Y-CA0178A (Maintenance Elex <> SDD)

Dig. 82: CAB-Y-CA0178A CN1 (DB9 Male ) 2 3 5 SIGNAL RX TX GND CN2 (DB9 Female ) 2 3 5

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CAB-Y-CA0100B (SG026A board <> TV ­ with Elex lane computer)

Dig. 83: CAB-Y-CA0100B CN1 (Euroscart Male ) 15 11 7 8 16 14-13-9-5-21-17-18 20 SIGNAL RED GREEN BLUE +12 VDC FB GND + SHIELD CVBS CN2 (DB9 Male ) 1 2 3 5 6 7&8 9

CAB-Y-CA0172B (AC power cable for RGB POLO 2/3 monitors)

Dig. 84: CAB-Y-CA0172B CN1 (AMP Mate-N-lok Male 3 pin ) 1 2 3 SIGNAL L GND N CN2 (VDE female plug ) 1 2 3

CAB-A-0140 (AC power cable for eEQ2/3 monitors)

Dig. 85: CAB-A-0140 CN1 (VDE male plug ) 1 2 3 SIGNAL L GND N CN2 (VDE female plug ) 1 2 3

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CAB-Y-CA0211A (RGB cable from A078 switch board to AMF monitor )

Dig. 86: CA0211A schematic view

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Extra Overhead monitor installation (with Stand Alone SDD)

Each SDD in Stand Alone mode could drive max 4 extra monitor. The RGB for nearest monitor is connected to SDD RGB overhead output, the fairest monitor to lower monitor output (14"). This connection is made with a special wire (75 ohm RGB) and cable adapter. The AC plug for nearest monitor is connected directly to the SDD, the fairest monitor is powered directly by AC wall plug. When Stand Alone SDD is on, the monitors connected to it is always on.

Dig. 87: SDD stand alone connection diagram

A B C

CAB-Y-CA0171B (6 meters) CAB-Y-CA0172C (6 meters) CAB-Y-CA0101C (15 meters)

D E F

CAB-Y-CA0140A Adapter cable AC power cable (with VDE + AC standard plug) RG 59 cable (CVBS line)

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The SDD Stand Alone is like the standard SDD used in combo with Elex lane computer, simply the JUMPER inside will define the typical use (see diagram 83).

Dig. 88: SDD stand alone JUMPER SETTINGS

CVBS signal selection depends by jumpers (see diagram 84)

Dig. 89: SDD stand alone CVBS and other JUMPER SETTINGS

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CAB-Y-CA0171B ( Stand Alone SDD <> Polo/2 monitor)

Dig. 90: CAB-Y-CA0171B CN1 (AMP MOD-I Male 6 PIN) 1 2 3 4 5 6 SIGNAL RED GREEN BLUE GND + SHIELD VERT. SYNC HORIZ. SYNC CN2 (DB9 Male ) 1 2 3 7&8 5 4

CAB-Y-CA0172C (AC power cable for RGB POLO 2/3 monitors)

Dig. 91: CAB-Y-CA0172C CN1 (AMP Mate-N-lok Male 3 pin ) 1 2 3 SIGNAL L GND N CN2 (VDE female plug ) 1 2 3

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CAB-Y-CA0101C (Stand Alone SDD <> fairest Polo 2/3 monitor)

Dig. 92: CAB-Y-CA0101C diagram

CAB-Y-CA0140A (adapter cable CAB-Y-CA0101C <> RGB IN Polo 2/3 Monitor

Dig. 93: CAB-Y-CA0140A diagram The resistor are 82 Ohm ¼ Watt

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BOWLER'S CONSOLE

CAB-Y-FSAS9A long cable for bowler's console Bowler's Console Interface (B.C.I.) New Look & Winvision bowler's console dimension Joystick or 10 Button bowler's console

Simple New Look & Simple Winvision 69 72 74 75 77 81 84 98 99 102

Keypad bowler's console

Simple New Look & Winvision ­ Simple keypad

Membrane keyboard bowler's console

New Look

14" bowler's console 14" Winvision Touch screen bowler's console calibration Single ledger bowler's console Wireless bowler's console

Simple New Look & Winvision ­ simple keypad

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CAB-Y-FSAS9A long cable for bowler's console.

The CAB-Y-FSAS9A cable connect the A.P.I. (advanced pinsetter interface) to B.C.I. (bowler console interface). In installation with Simple New Look (joystick, keypad, buttons, keyboard and double 14")and Simple Winvision (joystick, button, keypad) the B.C.I. box is positioned into the bowler's console. In installation with Winvision 14" keypad (no touch screen) the B.C.I. box is positioned into the left single console; in installation with single Ledger keypad the B.C.I. box is positioned near to the foul line (see the dig. 96) CAB-Y-FSAS9A length is 33 meters and is reversible, same connector to each side. The CAB-Y-FSAS9A cable is not necessary when the bowler's console is wireless or touch screen.

Dig. 94: CAB-Y-FSAS9A installation diagram

Dig. 95: CAB-Y-FSAS9A installation diagram with Winvision 14" keypad

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Dig. 96: CAB-Y-FSAS9A installation diagram with single keypad ledger

A C E &F

CAB-Y-FSAS9A cable CAB-Y-CA0200A (splitter cable) Ledger Keypad, left and right

B D G

B.C.I. box CAB-Y-CA0200B (extension cable) Pinsetter Interface

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CAB-Y-FSAS9A CABLE

Dig. 97: CAB-Y-FSAS9A view

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Bowler's Console interface (B.C.I.)

This board interface the A.P.I. (Pinsetter interface) with joystick/ button/keypad/membrane keyboard. The board (SM012..) is contained in a box called B.C.I. (bowler Console Interface) cod. APP-Y-A01803A. B.C.I. receive the 12VDC from Pinsetter interface and RS232 line across the CAB-Y-FSAS9A cable. The B.C.I. box is not necessary with wireless and touch screen bowler's console.

Dig. 98: B.C.I. board layout

Dig. 99: B.C.I. board CN1 input

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Dig. 100: Buttons/Joystick /keypad<> B.C.I. input

Dig. 101: Membrane keyboard <> B.C.I. input

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New Look & Winvision bowler's console dimension

Dig. 102: sample of bowler's console dimension

Dig. 103: bowler's console base pedestal. Use 4 fisher diam. 14mm to fix the base into concrete

Simple New Look (joystick, button, keypad, membrane keyboard)

A = 74 cm B = 40 cm C = 85 cm D = 67 cm

Simple Winvision (joystick, button, keypad)

A = 82 cm B = 40 cm C = 88 cm D = 67 cm

New look 14" (membrane keyboard, keypad)

A = 86 cm B = 70 cm C = 102 cm D = 67 cm

Winvision 14" (Touchscreen, keypad)

A = 24 cm B = 46 cm C = 116 cm D = 62 cm

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Joystick or 10 Button bowler's console

Simple NLJ

Simple NLB

Simple Winvision J

Simple Winvision B

Dig. 104: example of Simple joystick or buttons bowler's console

Every bowler's console is supplied with B.C.I. interface, Mounting screw kit and CAB-Y-FSAS9A cable to connect the bowler's console to pinsetter interface.

Dig.105: Joystick or button bowler's console connection

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CAB-Y-CA0135C

Dig. 106: CAB-Y-CA0135C diagram

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New Look & Winvision simple keypad bowler's console

Simple NL K

Simple Winvision K

AMF table with Steltronic Keypad

Dig. 107: example of Simple keypad bowler's console

Dig. 108: Simple keypad bowler's console connection

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Dig. 109: Odd and Even keypad Layout connected with CAB-Y-CA0200A

ODD KEYPAD

1 2 3 4 5 6 Down key Left key Up key Right key Enter key Common 1 2 3 4 5 6

EVEN KEYPAD

Common Enter Key Left key Up Key Right key Down key

The keypad for Winvision Bowler's Console has same connection, the area is adapted for the Winvision style.

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Dig. 110: double Keypad Layout connected with CAB-Y-CA0200A.

ODD KEYPAD

1 2 3 4 5 6 Down key Left key Up key Right key Enter key Common 1 2 3 4 5 6

EVEN KEYPAD

Common Enter Key Left key Up Key Right key Down key

The double keypad is mounted on aluminum plate and fit into AMF table (for scoring conversion). The connection with CA00200A is pin to pin (1 with 1), the diagram display how twist the connectors

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CAB-Y-CA0200A

Dig. 111: CAB-Y-CA0200A view

CN1

(DB25 Female)

Signal Common (Gnd) Enter Key Right key Up Key Left Key Down Key Down key Right Key Up Key Left Key Enter Key Common (Gnd)

Wire color Green White Brown Yellow Grey Rose Rose Brown Yellow Gray White Green

CN2 (Odd Keypad)

(AMP Modu II 6 pin male)

13 23 15 21 17 19 16 18 14 20 22 25

6 5 4 3 2 1 CN3 (Even Keypad)

(AMP Modu II 6 pin male)

6 5 4 3 2 1

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New Look Membrane Keyboard bowler's console

New look MK

Dig. 112: example of New look membrane keyboard bowler's console

Dig. 113: New look membrane keyboard bowler's console connection

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Dig. 114: Even & Odd membrane keyboard connection

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CAB-Y-CP0014B

Dig. 115: CAB-Y-CP0014B view

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14" Bowler's Console

New look 14"

Winvision 14" keypad

Winvision 14" Touchscreen

Dig. 116: 14" bowler's console view

The 14" bowler console is normally installed in parallel to overhead monitor; New look 14" should be installed also in "Stand Alone" mode without the overhead video, lane computer (Elex) is located inside the bowler's console leg. Each New Look 14" bowler's console drive 2 lane pair; each Winvision 14" drive one lane only. Intercom system is available in all configuration. Power supply for bowler's console coming directly from Main power box ( one 10A switch for each pair of lanes) , each console need 2 power plug (10A) locate into the bowler's console leg. Keep out! Winvision 14" bowler's console need a power plug for each single console, switch should be same for lane pair. Each kind of 14" bowler's console, except the Winvision 14" Touchscreen, require a B.C.I. box, one per pair of lanes; Keypad and membrane keyboard connection are same for New look 14" (with overhead or Stand alone); Winvision 14" keypad require an extension cable for even console. In installation with Winvision 14" bowler's console, the B.C.I. is located into the odd console, an extension cable (CAB-Y-CA0200B) connect the even console to the splitter cable (CAB-Y-CA0200D). When the 14" bowler's console is in parallel to overhead monitor, the RGB signal coming from Superelex lane computer or from Sdd, if lane computer is Elex. Lane computer is located in the ceiling, cables are two long RGB 75 ohm cables: CAB-Y-CA0101A (odd lane) CAB-Y-CA0101B (even lane). The SDD receive from Elex via CA-YCA0099B cable the RGB signal for drive Overhead and 14" monitors. If lane computer in the ceiling is Superelex, an adapter cable (CAB-Y-CA0173A) must be placed between the CAB-Y-CA0101A/B and the RGB output for 14" of Superelex; the adapter cable is not reversible, see the label on connector. Inside the 14" bowler console, the cables CAB-Y-CA0101A/B are connected with the adapter CAB-Y-CA0140A, this cable contain the resistor to charge the cable impedance. Adjustment for 14" monitor, like dimension, brightness and contrast are same of 28" POLO/" RGB board, but the board can't be replace with 28" because some components are different. In the New Look 14" Stand Alone, the Lane computer is connected directly to the RGB monitor via CAB-Y-CA0141A, no resistor required. The Winvision 14" Touchscreen bowler's console use a dedicated Touch Screen driver (S.T.I., Steltronic Touchscreen interface), this interface is connected directly to Lane computer; cable is different if lane computer is Elex (CAB-Y-CA0057A) or Superelex (CAB-Y-CA0057C). The touch screen interface box is located into left Winvision 14" bowler console, an extension cable connect the even console.

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Dig. 117: New look 14" <> Sdd + Elex connection

Dig. 118: New look 14" <> Superelex connection

Dig. 119: Winvision 14" <> Sdd + Elex connection A C E CAB-Y-FSAS9A CAB-Y-CA0101B (even lane) B.C.I. cable CAB-Y-CA0200D B D F

Dig. 120: Winvision 14" <> Superelex connection CAB-Y-CA0101A (odd lane) CAB-Y-CA0173A (Adapter cable) Extension cable CAB-Y-CA0200B

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A C D

Dig 121: Winvision 14" Touchscreen <> Sdd + Elex CAB-Y-CA0157A (cable for Elex) CAB-Y-CA0101B (even lane) Ext. cable for touch screen driver CAB-Y-CA0158A

B E F

Dig 122: Winvision 14" Touchscreen <> Superelex CAB-Y-CA0101A (odd lane) CAB-Y-CA0173A (Adapter cable) CAB-Y-CA0157C ( cable for Superelex)

Dig. 123: New look & Winvision 14" keypad and membrane keyboard connection view.

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Dig. 124: Winvision 14" keypad connection view.

The Keypad for 14" Winvision bowlers' Console has the same pin layout for odd and even. The cable CAB-YCA0200D is same of CAAB-Y-CA0200A, only two pins (Left and right) in odd side is twisted.

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CAB-Y-CA0200D

Dig. 125: CAB-Y-CA0200D view

CN1

(DB25 Female)

Signal Common (Gnd) Enter Key Right key Up Key Left Key Down Key Down key Right Key Up Key Left Key Enter Key Common (Gnd)

Wire color Green White Brown Yellow Grey Rose Rose Brown Yellow Gray White Green

CN2 (Odd Keypad)

(AMP Modu II 6 pin male)

13 23 15 21 17 19 16 18 14 20 22 25

1 2 5 4 3 6 CN3 (Even Keypad)

(AMP Modu II 6 pin male)

1 2 3 4 5 6

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Dig. 126: New look 14" <> SDD connection view.

Dig. 127: New look 14" Stand alone <>connection view with Elex or Superelex lane computer

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Dig. 128: New look 14" <> Superelex connection view

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Dig. 129: Winvision 14" Keypad <> Sdd + Elex connection view

Dig. 130: Winvision 14" Keypad <> Superelex connection view

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Dig. 131: Winvision 14" Touchscreen <> Superelex connection view

Dig. 132: Winvision 14" Touchscreen <> Superelex connection view

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Dig. 133: Steltronic Touchscreen interface (S.T.I. cod. APP-Y-A05001A) P1 is connected to Maintenance on Elex lane computer, Com2 on Superelex lane computer.

Dig. 134: S.T.I. board layout and power supply in

The S.T.I require 12VDC 500mA input on JP1. Steltronic does not include the power supply.

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Dig. 135: PLS touch screen assembly on 14" RGB monitor

CAB-Y-CA0101A * CAB-Y-CA0101B CABLES

Dig. 136: CAB-Y-CA0101A ­ CAB-Y-CA0101B view

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CAB-Y-CA0140A (adapter cable CAB-Y-CA0101A/B <> RGB IN Polo Monitor)

Dig. 137: CAB-Y-CA0140A diagram The resistor are 82 Ohm ¼ Watt

CAB-Y-CA0141A (lane computer <>RGB Polo for Stand Alone bowler's console)

Dig. 138: CAB-Y-CA0141A diagram CN1 (AMP MOD-I Male 6 PIN) 1 2 3 4 5 6 SIGNAL RED GREEN BLUE GND + SHIELD VERT. SYNC HORIZ. SYNC CN2 (DB9 Male ) 1 2 3 7&8 5 4

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CAB-Y-CA0173A Adapter cable Superelex <> CAB-Y-CA0101A- CAB-Y-CA0101B

Dig. 139: CAB-Y-CA0173A diagram

WARNING! CAB-Y-CA0173A cable is not reversible, see the label on the connector side

CAB-Y-CA0157A (S.T.I. < > Elex maintenance input)

Dig. 140: CAB-Y-CA0157A diagram

WARNING! CAB-Y-CA0157A cable is not reversible, see the label on the connector side

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CAB-Y-CA0157C (S.T.I. < > Superelex COM2 input)

Dig. 141: CAB-Y-CA0157C diagram

CAB-Y-CA0158A (S.T.I. < > Even touch screen driver)

Dig. 142: CAB-Y-CA0158A diagram

WARNING! CAB-Y-CA0158A cable is not reversible, see the label on the connector side

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14" Winvision bowler's console calibration

Operate from Main Desk

Close the scoring on the lanes to be calibrated, verify that the "SCROLLING BACKGROUNDS" have been selected for the lane.

Click on the

buttons on the SET-UP menu (same lane computer as is actually installed).

Verify that the touch screen is enabled then carry out the calibration by clicking on the CALIBRATE button and following the instructions. Execute the calibration from the bowler console. PRESS HERE TO ENABLE TOUCH SCREENS This button enables the TOUCH SCREEN function on the bowler consoles with 14" monitors; indicate which touch screen by clicking on RIGHT TOUCHSCREEN and LEFT TOUCHSCREEN. The CALIBRATION button allows you to send the calibrate boiler console touch screen signal to the lane.

Dig. 143: Touch screen calibration

Dig. 145: Touch screen calibration finish Dig. 144: Touch screen calibration view

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Single ledger bowler's console (tabletop)

The single ledger should be installed with or without intercom, wireless or with cable CAB-Y-FSAS9A and B.C.I. board. In installation with single Ledger keypad the B.C.I. box is positioned near to the foul line. The keypad used for single ledger is same type used on New look Keypad or New look 14" keypad. The connection between the keypad and the B.C.I. is made in two step: CAB-Y-CA0200B interface one keypad (one cable for odd and one cable for even keypad) to CAB-Y-CA0200A, used like splitter cable; this cable link to B.CI. The single ledger (named also "tabletop" )is available in two models: model "A" is fixed into the table making an hole; the model "B" is fixed under the table, by side. Single ledger wireless installation are describe in next chapter (wireless bowler's console).

Dig. 146: single ledger ver "A" dimension .Quotes in millimeters

A: Keypad E: 4 screw (Diam. Max 5 mm)

B: base F: 2 fix screw (M4)

C: protection plastic ring (optional)

D: cover

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Dig. 147: single ledger ver. "B" dimension .Quotes in millimeters. The squared tube under the table could be fixed with 3 screws for wood.

Dig. 148: ledger with B.C.I. connection's diagram

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CAB-Y-CA0200B (Keypad <> CAB-Y-CA0200A)

Dig. 149: CAB-Y-CA0200B view

Dig. 150: Keypads + CAB-Y-CA0200B and CAB-Y-CA0200B view

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Wireless bowler's console

The wireless system should be applied to New look keypad, Simple Winvision keypad and to the single ledger. Wireless system is compose by two parts: every pair of lanes need one Wireless box receiver, every bowler's console need one Wireless transmitting box; each single ledger (odd or even) need one Wireless transmitting box. The wireless box receiver is connected to COM3 on Superelex via CAB-Y-CA0206A cable (3 meter length); we recommend to do not place the receiver box close to any metal frame (iron, steel, aluminum). The DC power for transmitting board is supplied by two 6 VDC battery (12VDC require); battery could be recharged using an external power supply (24 VDC). Battery Status is displayed by Wins into CNT button. Wireless transmitting board stop to works approximately to 10 VDC, when WINS display this information, recharge the battery. Wireless receiver box should be installed din any pair of lanes, no assign is required, wireless transmitting board need to be setup up in order to assign the lane number.

Wireless Transmitting board lane assign

The lane assign is made directly from bowler's console, using the keypad key. Activating the Set up mode Press UP and DOWN key together for approximately 5 second to ENTER in setup mode. After 10 seconds, time out will reset the board. Lane assign Use the LEFT key to set the tens , use the RIGHT key for unit. Each key pressure increase the number. Examples: Lane 1: press right key one time Lane 2: press right key two times Lane 10: press left key one time Lane 11: press left key one time, right key one time Lane 12: press left key one time, right key two times. Lane 21: press left key two times, right key one time. Lane 22: press left key two times, right key, two times. If the wireless transmitting board drive New look or winvision keypad , you could set the boar using only the left key, TO CONFIRM THE DOUBLE LANE KEYPAD press ENTER together on even & odd keypad, after the lane assign. To set the single keypad (ledger) just press enter on keypad to confirm the lane assign. WIRELESS JOYSTICK LANE ASSIGN It's impossible press Up and down micro switch together; to assign the lane please use a double or single keypad connected on the transmitter; at the end of the assign reconnect the joystick.

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Dig. 151 : Wireless transmitting board with Single ledger keypad bowler's console

Dig. 152: Wireless receiver

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Dig. 153: double keypad connection with Wireless transmitter. The cable need to be twisted to match with the pins.

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Dig. 154: Wireless transmitting board view. 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 JP1 (ODD keypad/joystick signal in) Down Left Up Right Enter GND (common) JP4 (battery IN) +12 +12 GND GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 JP2 (EVEN keypad/joystick signal in) GND (common) Enter Left Up Right Down JP3 (charge in) +24 GND

Dig. 155: Wireless system with New look & Winvision keypad bowler's console

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Dig. 156: Wireless system with Single ledger keypad bowler's console

Dig. 157: Wireless system with joystick or button in Winvision or Simple New Look Console

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Dig. 158: Wireless system with Joystick/enter single bowler's console

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CAB-Y-CA0205B (battery recharge cable)

Dig. 159: CAB-Y-CA0205B cable

CAB-Y-CA0206A (interface COM3 on Superelex <> Wireless Receiver box)

Dig. 160: CAB-Y-CA0206A cable

CAB-Y-CA0200E (Keypad <> Wireless transmitting board)

Dig. 161: CAB-Y-CA0200E view

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Main Desk & Workstation Hardware & software configuration

Workstation Hardware configuration Workstation software configuration Pcanywhere software installation Wins installation and troubleshooting ATGPC installation

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Workstation Hardware configuration

WORKSTATION CONFIGURATION 1, WITH SERIAL TOUCH SCREEN SETTINGS POSITION PIN CONNECTOR DEVICE CONNECTED 3F8 IRQ 4 ENABLED ON BOARD 9 PIN CONNECTOR SERIAL TOUCH SCREEN COM2 2F8 IRQ 3 ENABLED ON BOARD 9 PIN CONNECTOR CARD R. & CASH DRAWER COM 3 3E8 IRQ 9 on ADD ON BOARD 9 PIN CONNECTOR Optional COM 4 2E8 IRQ 5 on ADD ON BOARD 9 PIN CONNECTOR CASH DISPLAY LPT 1 378 IRQ 7 ON BOARD 25 PIN CONNECTOR SCORE PRINTER LPT 2 278 NO IRQ on ADD ON BOARD 25 PIN CONNECTOR TICKET PRINTER USB1 USB1 PORT USB EXTERNAL MODEM VGA BOARD AGP SCREEN AREA 800x 600 High or True color NETWORK BOARD PCI 10 BASE-T- or COMBO (recommended 3Com) HD PRIMARY ON BOARD MIN. SIZE 4GB CD ROM SECONDARY ON BOARD FLOPPY DRIVE FD CONTR. ON BOARD 3½ T. GAME BOARD PCI ATGPC (Automatic Time Game Power Controller) PORT COM1 WORKSTATION CONFIGURATION 2, WITH USB TOUCH SCREEN SETTINGS POSITION PIN CONNECTOR DEVICE CONNECTED 3F8 IRQ 4 ENABLED ON BOARD 9 PIN CONNECTOR CARD R & CASH DRAWER COM2 2F8 IRQ 3 ENABLED ON BOARD 9 PIN CONNECTOR CASH DISPLAY LPT 1 378 IRQ 7 ON BOARD 25 PIN CONNECTOR SCORE PRINTER LPT 2 278 NO IRQ on ADD ON BOARD 25 PIN CONNECTOR TICKET PRINTER USB1 USB1 PORT USB EXTERNAL MODEM USB2 USB2 PORT USB TOUCH SCREEN VGA BOARD AGP SCREEN AREA 800x 600 High or True color NETWORK BOARD PCI BUS 10 BASE T HD PRIMARY ON BOARD MIN. SIZE 4GB CD ROM SECONDARY ON BOARD FLOPPY DRIVE FD CONTR. ON BOARD 3½ T. GAME BOARD PCI ATGPC (Automatic Time Game Power Controller) PORT COM1 Each workstation need to be equipped with CD Rom (or DVD) drive; Ram memory required 256 Mb. For safety, we recommend to place a UPS for Main Desk, better one for each workstation. Additional workstation should be equipped with a removable Hard Drive: a spare disk should be configured in order to use second station like Main Desk. MODEM: modem is required for link with the Service for update, checking and troubleshooting. Each workstation need to be equipped with external or internal MODEM. One USB modem could be used for all workstations, simply connecting it where is necessary time by time. ISDN modem should be installed; follow the indication into modem manual, we suggest to set ISDN via CAPI, Cash Display, Card reader and Cash drawer are installed on COM port. Score and ticket printer, on LPT1 and LPT2. Cash Display need a dedicated port; Card Reader and Cash Drawer could share the same COM using the cable CA0098E. The cable is 9 pin, flat, pin to pin and split the com for 2 device. Female connector is connected to COM port.

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Dig. 162: Cash Drawer & Card Reader connection

Dig. 163: CA0098E cable view

Cash Drawer interface could be placed near to the cash drawer; pin1 and 4 of side connector provide 12 or 24 VDC pulse (depends by power supply connected) for the drawer coil.

Dig. 164: Cash Drawer interface side view

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Workstation Software configuration

Before to set the software parameter, install the operating system with all right drivers.

NETWORK SETTINGS & IDENTIFICATION

SERVER (MAIN DESK) SERVER USER NAME: BOWLING WORKGROUP: 192.168.127.1 TCP/IP: 255.255.128.0 SUBNET MASK: 3rd CONSOLE CONS3 USER NAME: BOWLING WORKGROUP: 192.168.127.3 TCP/IP: 255.255.128.0 SUBNET MASK: 5th CONSOLE CONS4 USER NAME: BOWLING WORKGROUP: 192.168.127.5 TCP/IP: 255.255.128.0 SUBNET MASK: 2nd CONSOLE USER NAME: CONS1 BOWLING WORKGROUP: 192.168.127.2 TCP/IP: 255.255.128.0 SUBNET MASK: 4th CONSOLE USER NAME: CONS4 BOWLING WORKGROUP: 192.168.127.4 TCP/IP: 255.255.128.0 SUBNET MASK: 6th CONSOLE USER NAME: CONS5 BOWLING WORKGROUP: 192.168.127.6 TCP/IP: 255.255.128.0 SUBNET MASK:

ADD CLIENT FOR MICROSOFT NETWORK and FILE AND PRINTER SHARING into Network properties. Windows 2000: WINS do not need any restriction for users. Leave the workstation with Administrator rights, for any particularly restriction contact the service center . Add the NETBUEI protocol to Main Desk only if the Photostrike II is required (Black and white camera).

DISPLAY SETTINGS

Set the video properties of each workstation 800x600, (24,32 or High color) to see correctly WINS program.

PRINTERS

Score printer MUST be installed like DEFAULT PRINTER. Game, tournament result and Daily report will be direct to the default printer. Printer driver depends by windows or by printer factory. Score printer could be installed on Main Desk or other Workstation. If the printer can be shared, it's possible use one printer for the entire bowling; if is necessary it's possible install one Score printer for each terminal (always set as Default Printer). Ticket printer must be named Small Printer , the driver must be GENERIC/TEXT ONLY. The number of the column and line feed will be set from WINS using the Desk configuration. Install one Ticket Printer to each Workstation

CASH DRAWER, CASH DISPLAY, CARD READER.

These device can be connected to any workstation (one device for each workstation); Enable the device from WINS using the Desk Configuration.

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Pc anywhere software installation

Note: the following instruction refer to PCANYWHERE 10 version.

DIRECT CONNECTION

· · · · First, be sure the modem is installed correctly. Install PCANYWHERE on each workstation with modem. (one license for each computer). ADD a user named SERVICE, password PUCA, SUPERUSER rights, remove RUN MINIMIZED and the calling timeout. Be sure the modem is select. Create a folder into STELTRONIC named MODEM CONNECTION and make a shortcut with Service. In alternative, make a shortcut to Service into Desktop or Start menu area.

Customer need only to connect the telephone line to modem and click on Service icon. Service call need to use Remote version to login in to the customer system. CONNECTION VIA INTERNET This connection is possible if customer has an internet account. · · · Create the dial up connection with the customer Internet account (user name, password, telephone number). We recommend to make a shortcut into STELTRONIC\MODEM CONNECTION folder. Install PCANYWHERE. Add user named SERVICE TCP and select the device TCP/IP instead of modem for the connection. Choose password PUCA, SUPERUSER rights, remove RUN MINIMIZED and the calling timeout. We suggest to create a shortcut into STELTRONIC\MODEM CONNECTION named Service TCIP.

·

To link with Service, customer need first to dial up the number where he can connect by internet, than launch the service TCIP. On the screen customer will receive an IP number from him provider and he must communicate it to Service. Service operator need to go in internet too, launch Pcanywhere Remote using TCIP, than insert the customer IP number into search for gateway (this operation could change and depends by remote version)..

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Wins software installation and troubleshooting

NOTE: the following page is a short description of Wins installation. For further details, read the README.DOC into Wins installation CD. TOOLS Wins 6.00 CD ROM (one disk), or Wins 5.216.99 Sr2 (for Elex lane computer, 2 disk set) function.ini file enabled for the center, clips.ini enabled for the center (only SuperElex lane computer) for any extra movies purchased. UPGRADES The installation program does not run automatically when making an upgrade. It is necessary to run the SETUP manually from the CD. ATTENTION! The upgrade procedures vary depending on the number of versions that have passed since the last upgrade, consult the UPGRADE section before proceeding. INSTALLATION SPECIFICATIONS AND POSSIBLE DIFFICULTIES Some faulty CD disk players do not use the DMA correctly and during installation, due to a large amount of data transfer they block, interrupting the installation procedure. In order to avoid this problem disable access to the DMA (if enabled) from the properties on the CD ROM control panel. At the end of installation, you will be asked to restart the computer. At the next start up, you need to record the components installed in Windows. If the computer should shut down incorrectly or start up in provisional mode, shut down again. Restart the computer and check to see if the installation has been made correctly, if not, uninstall the version from the control panel and proceed with a new installation from the CD. CRITICAL INTERRUPTIONS DURING INSTALL If you have experienced problems during installation (monitor black out, faulty CD ROM etc) you will need to act in order to correct the installation. First of all, check to see if the STELTRONIC WINS AUTOMATIC SCORING SYSTEM program has been recorded on the control panel. If the program has not been recorded, delete the relative TCPSERV directory from disk C created by the program and repeat the operation. If the program has been registered, highlight the name STELTRONIC WINS AUTOMATIC SCORING SYSTEM, then click on the ADD/REMOVE button to continue with the installation.

MODIFY allows you to change the parameters on the installed version. (adding or removing resources or external programs). It is not required to restore an installation. REPAIR is used to restore an installation., copy missing or lost files or for upgrades. REMOVE is used to remove ALL files and version

registration keys.

If none of these options succeeds in restoring the installation the files registered in Windows will need to be removed manually using regedit. Close all the applications and run REGEDIT . Open the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE /SOFTWARE/MICIROSOFT/WINDOWS/ CURRENT VERSION/UNINSTALL sub folder, check that the 7C0344C0-566D-11D4-94C9-00105A3A7F86 folder has the "display name" as: Steltronic wins automatic scoring system , the remove it from the register. n some cases, when there are applications installed which generate conflicts with Install shield or the Wins application, it will be necessary to re-install the operating system.

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ATGPC board installation

The ATGPC board is a device for controlling light ON/OFF external device, like pool light, internet station, etc. The device could be installed on Main Desk or any Workstation; It's possible install one device for each bowling center; one device (board) could control 16 from 48 outputs (depends by I/O board).

Schematic Diagram

Workstation (Main Desk or other console) Pc board Advantech PCI-1751, (inside the workstation ) Scsi cable (98 centimeters ) Power & Derivation box (power supply + terminal board adapter )

Connection cable (max 120 centimeters ) Connection cable (max 120 centimeters ) Relay box A (from 1 to 16 ­output-) Relay box B (from 17 to 32 ­output-) Connection cable (max 120 centimeters ) Relay box C (from 33 to 48 -output-)

Hardware specification

READ THE OUTPUT RELAY SPECIFICATION BEFORE TO CONNECT ANY DEVICE TO THE PCLD-885 RELAY BOARD. POWER & DERIVATION BOX contain the ADAM 39-68 terminal board + power supply. Each RELAY BOX contain one ADAM 3920 terminal wiring + 20 pin flat cable + one PCLD-885 relay board. All flat cables are pin to pin, the max length of the wires is recommended by Hardware manufacture, SCSI II cable is provided by Advantech. The connections between ADAM-3968 and terminal wiring board ADAM-3920 are made with one multi-pole cable, max length 120 cm; wire gauge min 0,35 mm2. This wire provide also the 5 and 12VDC, the CA0187A cable is a part of internal cable of Power & Derivation box) Power supply provides 5 and 12 VDC to the relay boards. The PCI board(AdvantechPCI-1751) must be set with all ports OUTPUT ,(JPA0, JPA1, JPB0, JPB1, JPC0L, JPC1L, JPC0H, JPC1H with pin 2 e 3 closed), other jumpers stay as default. Jumpers on all RELAY PCLD-885 boards need to be set for external power (pin 2 e 3 closed).

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Connection diagram

Dig. 165: 16 Output (relay box A only)

Dig. 166: 32 Output (relay box A + B)

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Dig. 167: 48 Output (relay box A + B+ C)

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Wiring signal connections

ADAM-3968 Board

GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61

Signal

GND PA00 PA01 PA02 PA03 PA04 PA05 PA06 PA07 GND PB00 PB01 PB02 PB03 PB04 PB05 PB06 PB07 GND PC00 PC01 PC02 PC03 PC04 PC05 PC06 PC07 GND PA10 PA11 PA12 PA13 PA14 PA15 PA16 PA17 GND PB10 PB11 PB12 PB13 PB14 PB15 PB16 PB17 GND PC10 PC11 PC12 PC13 PC14 PC15 PC16 PC17 GND

ADAM-3920 Wiring T.

1 (board A) 2 (board A) 3 (board A) 4 (board A) 5 (board A) 6 (board A) 7 (board A) 8 (board A) 17 (board A) 9 (board A) 10 (board A) 11 (board A) 12 (board A) 13 (board A) 14 (board A) 15 (board A) 16 (board A) 18 (board A) 1 (board B) 2 (board B) 3 (board B) 4 (board B) 5 (board B) 6 (board B) 7 (board B) 8 (board B) 17 (board B) 9 (board B) 10 (board B) 11 (board B) 12 (board B) 13 (board B) 14 (board B) 15 (board B) 16 (board B) 18 (board B) 1 (board C) 2 (board C) 3 (board C) 4 (board C) 5 (board C) 6 (board C) 7 (board C) 8 (board C) 17 (board C) 9 (board C) 10 (board C) 11 (board C) 12 (board C) 13 (board C) 14 (board C) 15 (board C) 16 (board C) 18 (board C)

PCLD-8885 power Relay Board

1 (board A) 2 (board A) 3 (board A) 4 (board A) 5 (board A) 6 (board A) 7 (board A) 8 (board A) 17 (board A) 9 (board A) 10 (board A) 11 (board A) 12 (board A) 13 (board A) 14 (board A) 15 (board A) 16 (board A) 18 (board A) 1 (board B) 2 (board B) 3 (board B) 4 (board B) 5 (board B) 6 (board B) 7 (board B) 8 (board B) 17 (board B) 9 (board B) 10 (board B) 11 (board B) 12 (board B) 13 (board B) 14 (board B) 15 (board B) 16 (board B) 18 (board B) 1 (board C) 2 (board C) 3 (board C) 4 (board C) 5 (board C) 6 (board C) 7 (board C) 8 (board C) 17 (board C) 9 (board C) 10 (board C) 11 (board C) 12 (board C) 13 (board C) 14 (board C) 15 (board C) 16 (board C) 18 (board C)

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5-12VDC connections

Dig. 168: Low voltage connection for I/O boards

AC power connection for power supply

Dig. 169: High voltage connection for power supply

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Output relay connection

Dig. 170: PCLD-885 I/O board

OUTPUT relay specification (PCLD-885 board)

· · · · · Relay type: single-pole-single-trow (SPST), normally open (NO) Max. Switch power: AC: 1250 VA, DC: 150W Contact rating: 3A/250 VAC, 3A/30 VDC Contact resistance: < 30 m Life expectancy: Mechanical : 20 million operations Electrical: 100,000 operations (at rated load) Insulation resistance: 1000 Mohms at 500 VDC Dielectric strength: 700 VAC 1 minute, between open contacts 2,000 VAC 1 minute, between coil and contacts Operate time: 6 ms max. Release time: 3 ms max.

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Module and boards

Dig. 171: PCLD-885 I/O board

Dig. 172: ADAM 3968 board view Dig. 173: ADAM 3920 board view

Dig. 174: Power supply

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PCI-1751 board installation on workstation

Warning! Min WINS version supported: 5.26.99. · · HARDWARE INSTALLATION Check and set the board jumpers, all ports = OUTPUT Install the PCI-1751 board on the workstation that manage the output (light, internet, whatever..). REMEMBER! One PCI-1751 board for each center, it's not possible to install more than one board on the same network. Install the board in last PCI slot, no IRQ required. SOFTWARE INSTALLATION Windows will recognize a new PCI board, insert the ADVANTECH CD DRIVER supplied by Steltronic. Windows 98 the file drivers are in the subdirectory 95-98\DRIVERS (file Adsio.inf). Confirm the board PCI-1751 and continue the installation (next file required: Ads1751S.vxd, same directory "drivers" on Cd Rom). At the end of Hardware installation click on finish, then check in control panel the presence of PCI-1751 pci device. Open the directory 95-98\DISK1, than run the file SETUP. Windows 2000 Run SETUP.EXE from CD 2000\DISK1 setup will install the driver for board. Choose the CUSTOM installation and select only the following components: Open the DEVICE INSTALLATION program from PROGRAMS\ADAVANTECH DRIVER.. folders Click on SETUP ­ DEVICE and add the PCI-1751 from the list. The installation continues with the port settings, leave the default (all ports= out). Ignore the error message and leave the program to set the parameters itself. Finish with CLOSE to end the installation. Set the number of the output ports using the WINS DESK CONFIGURATION (PROGRAMS\STELTRONIC\DESK CONFIGURATION). Assign the time game to the port using Wins Time game Setup (SEE THE NEXT CHAPTER).

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CONFIGURING THE ATGPC BOARD (Using wins time Games Setup)

Operating from the computer on which the ATGPC interface board has been installed after the time game groups have been set up. From the Time Game set up screen, click on the OK+

ATGPC port conf.

Dig. 175: ATGPC game assign dialogue

Highlight the group of games to be controlled by the board from the "Games not assigned" window. Highlight the number of the required game, then click on the assign button. The button corresponding to the assigned port becomes red and shows the game number to which it has been assigned. Example: the zero port on the board corresponds Pool table number 1, the relay exit controlled by port zero will switch the light above Pool table number one on and off. The number of ports is determined by the installers, if more than 16 use the arrows to move.

RESET button zeros all the selections (settings). OK button saves and exits. CANCEL button exits without saving.

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Camera (Sciba) Installation

Placing the camera Adjusting the camera Scanning the pins Software settings

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Placing the Camera (Sciba)

The ideal position for the SCIBA is as follows:

Dig. 176: Sciba position

The cross is the Center of the Detection Device 398 cm is the recommended distance. Calculate the distance between the Sciba's centres to the last pins line (pins 7,8,9 & 10).

Dig. 177: Sciba <>pin distance

Pass the CAB-Y-CA0191A cable through the hole and connect it to A.P.I. device.

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Warning, the cable must not cross the ball return canal, as the returning ball may cut it. If the surface on which you are fixing the device (capping) is not flat, use the two plastic strips supplied, to compensate (the Sciba must be level). Using the six Long Fixing Screws, install the Detection Device (see over diagram). Note: All six screws must pierce the capping fully and go through to the wooden slats, in order to guarantee the stability of the device.

Dig. 178: Sciba installation

WARNING! The 4 edge hole need to be keep to screws the Plastic cover, do not use it for fix the sciba.

Dig. 179: Reflector installation

Fix the reflectors directly opposite the sensors. Sensors are in the correct position, when the red LED on the sensor is on. Please note: the sensor must point directly to the center of the reflectors.

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Dig. 180: Sciba installation with small pillar

If an object like pillar (or something else is placed between to pair of lane (example lane 1 and 2), its necessary move the Sciba in a different position of standard 396-398 cm. If the distance between the two lanes are less than 40 centimetres, one Sciba could be provide 2 lanes, simply move the Sciba a little bit far from the original position. To know where use the formula described at begin of chapter "Positioning the Detection Device". When the distance between the two lanes are more than 40 centimetres, it's necessary place two Sciba in order to read both lane (see the following diagram)

Dig. 181: 2 Sciba installation with big pillar

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Adjusting the camera (Sciba)

Once the Sciba is correctly positioned between the lanes, the next stage is adjusting the CCD so that it scans the necessary part of the image in order to detect whether or not the pins have been knocked over. The CCD is of a linear type, which means that the image acquired is a single line split into 2048 sections called pixels. From the distance at which the Sciba is positioned, the image is the following size:

dig. 182 The previous image shows how the Sciba should be positioned, so that the scan line passes through the necks of all twenty pins on the two lanes. It is ideal for the line to pass through the necks of the pins, as the pins are thinnest at that point and thus allow the pins to be viewed as distant from one another as possible. To position the line correctly, use the two positioning marker sheets as shown. The marker sheets are as follows (measurements are in mm):

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DISCONNECT ALL MOTORS FIRST!!

Switch on the 2 pinsetters. Before to begin, please wait some minutes cause the pit light must be hot. The markers should be placed symmetrically at the centre of the pins spot as shown below:

dig. 184 Move the switch on Sciba board in CALIBRATE MODE. With the Sciba in calibration mode, LED 10 starts flashing and the other LED's indicate how the position should be adjusted, if adjustment is required. The machine is correctly adjusted when all four GREEN LED's are lit.

BEGIN TO ADJUST MANUALLY THE SCIBA:

The scan line can be mechanically adjusted in three ways:

Rotation on its vertical axis * Rotation on the optical axis * Raising / lowering the scan line.

First loosen (a little bit) all the mounting bolts. Adjustments should be carried out in the following order - first the vertical axis, then the optical axis and lastly the height. The Led's indicate in which direction the Sciba should be adjusted. After each adjustment, tighten the relative adjustment bolt.

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Rotation on its vertical axis

WARNING! MOVE THE SCIBA LITTLE BY LITTLE [ PUSH VERY GENTLY THE SCIBA BY ONE SIDE, WAIT THE RESPONSE FROM THE LED, THEN PROCEED AS NECESSARY]

OK! THE VERTICAL AXIS IS ADJUSTED CORRECTLY. LOCK THE NUT.

If both LED 1 and LED 3 are lit, it means that the Sciba cannot identify the marker sheets 1] Check the Sciba position (maybe the Sciba is placed at the wrong distance) 2] TRY TO CHANGE THE INTEGRATION TIME: the neon light (from pinsetter) is not enough or is too much for the Sciba; try to implement more integration time 10 by 10 or 20 by 20 and try to make the calibration; if the problem persist decrease the integration time(SEE THE CHAPTER INTEGRATION TIME)

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Rotation on the optical axis.

Three, Allen key type bolts, on the front of the Sciba (the three projecting bolts, not to be confused with the two, more flush bolts used to set the lens when it has been focused) must be loosened. After the adjustment close STRONGLY.

OK! ROTATION ON OPTICAL AXIS CALIBRATE SUCCESSFULLY! CLOSE VERY TIGHT THE 3 BOLT.

F IS HARD ADJUST THE OPTICAL AXIS, TRY TO LOOSE THE BOLT as indicated in the diagram in left side, then adjust the Sciba.

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RAISING/ LOWERING

ALL DONE!

When the Sciba has been correctly adjusted, the above three green LED's (central in each of the settings) remain on, the 10th LED stops flashing also remaining on. The Sciba is now fully mechanically adjusted.

WARNING!

Replace the calibration switch in OFF position, or the Detection Device does not works and gives message TIME OUT! On the console (in the scanning mode).

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Position of the markers with odd lanes (SCIBA mount at the right side of the lane)

Position of the markers with odd lanes (SCIBA mount on the left side of the lane)

Set the number 1 switch of S1 to "ON" (Dip Switch) and leave it on.

IMPORTANT! WHEN THE SCIBA IS PLACE IN ABNORMAL POSITION (AS THIS SITUATION), YOU MUST SET ALSO THE PARAMETERS IN THE I-RETRO SETTINGS.

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SOMETHING ABOUT THE PINS POSITIONS:

Each of the pins must be fully visible by the Sciba (not partly hidden by other pins). The distance between the following pairs of pins is of vital importance: · pins 1 and 8 on the left lane · pins 4 and 7 on the left lane · pins 1 and 9 on the right lane · pins 6 and 10 on the right lane The distance between each pair may not be enough, and although moving the Sciba may improve the view, it may, in the same instant make the view of another two pins worse, so it is usually better to move the pins (slightly). E.g. Improving may alter and vice versa. As improving may alter the view of and vice versa. Some problems that may arise, with hard to see pins and how to solve them. and and and (vital) (vital) (vital) Move the Sciba closer to the two pins keeping to the center of the lane, until a point is reached where the situation improves. Move the Sciba farther from the pins keeping to the center of the lanes. If the lanes are not symmetrical, forcing the Sciba to be positioned `Off 'center, then in this case, move the Sciba to the right and if necessary, a little forward (towards the Pinsetter). Move the Sciba to the left of the center line and if necessary, a little back(towards players table ).

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Irrespective of how the Pinsetter places the pins, the best position for the Sciba is on the line between the following two points: Point 1: Where a line passing through the centers of pins 7 and 4, on the left lane meets a line passing through the centers of pins 6 and 10, on the right lane. Point 2: Where a line passing through the centers of pins 1 and 8, on the left lane meets a line passing through the centers of pins 1 and 9, on the right lane. If the segment between points 1 and 2 is traced, the ideal position for the Sciba is within the segment and is much closer to point 2 than point 1. The points can be calculated on paper using the pin grid, as actually drawing out the relative lines takes rather a long time!

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Scanning the pins

By "scanning" we mean, verify the direction the Sciba is pointing in respect to the position of the pins. This operation is carried out at the Main Desk computer, without any mechanical adjustments to the Sciba CCD itself.

The Sciba CCD is a "Linear camera" which `reads' the pins on a "ideal line" as can be seen on the above diagram. All 20 pins (2 lanes) can be seen on the `ideal line'. The `ideal line' is at the neck of the pins which, seen from 4 meters, is the point that the pins are furthest from one another. IN ORDER TO OPTIMISE THE PIN COUNT BY THE SCIBA CCD WE ADVISE: · · · · Change pins that are damaged or broken at the neck. The neon lights on the lane pair must have the same brightness and intensity, any changes to lighting should be made per pair of lanes. The Sciba is able to read (up to a certain point) even the `off spot' pins, we suggest that the pinsetter positioning arms be checked on a regular basis. Do not use pins which have black or coloured necks.

Turn the pinsetters on that need to be checked.

WAIT: the pinsetter pin deck light needs to warm up before giving the correct light. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CHECK THE CALIBRATION

The pinsetters should be on first ball with ALL 10 pins standing on each lane.

The Sciba CCD is able to see the red pins, we advise however to make the calibration settings with standard white pins. Switch the hall lights on just like when there are bowlers; sometimes neons placed too close to the pins change the light conditions and therefore the pin detection.

Click on the SETUP icon, then on the icon of the Sciba to be checked Click on the CALIBRATION icon and wait for the image to appear.

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Example of reading As you can see in the example the pins are represented by the `peaks' of different heights. The height depends on the distance from the neon light the pin is. Pins 1,3,2 and 5 are the highest `peaks' as these pins are closet to the light, while pins 7,8,9 and 10 are further away and therefore receive less light resulting in lower `peaks'.

As the example shows the 10 pin `peak' is half the height of the pin 1 `peak', this is okay but a `peak' lower than the 10 pin would not be detected.

The white vertical line shows the ideal position of the pin. If the line is on one side of the peak it is necessary to center it: click on the line with the left mouse button, keep the button pressed and drag the line to the centre of the peak. THE CENTRE IS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BASE OF THE PEAK. At the end of the calibration click on the camera button to save the settings.

It is important that the `peaks' are a good distance from one another so that the pin detection is good. In cases where it is difficult to get good peaks, move the lines slightly to allow more distance between them. The higher the peak is the more the peak tends to flatten. This phenomenon is known as IMAGE SATURATION when a pin peak is too saturated the Sciba CCD tends to `see' the pin even when it has been knocked down. Set the light that enters into the Camera by changing the INTEGRATION TIME. If the pin `peaks' are too high, being saturated with light, the Sciba CCD tends to `see' them all the time, if the pin `peaks' are too low the Sciba CCD has a hard time `seeing' them. Another parameter to consider is the BRIGHTNESS RATIO. WHAT IS BRIGHTNESS RATIO: Brightness ratio is the light variation when the pin has been knocked down. In practical terms if the brightness ration is set to 50, the Sciba CCD will detect a pin as fallen when the light, in the area where the pin was when the first photo was taken, varies by at least 50%. WHAT IS INTEGRATION TIME: Integration time is the value given to the amount of light in the Sciba area. By lifting or lowering this value you let more or less light into the sciba, just as if it where a standard camera diaphragm.

CHANGING THE INTEGRATION TIME.

Just like the first operation, select the current `bank' which is needed for this calibration. We advise you to calibrate the Sciba CCD for normal day light bowling, so change the `bank' and look for a integration time value which is correct for `glow in the dark' bowling.

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With SET PREDEFINED you can set the predefined parameters. ONLY USE THE FIRST CALIBRATION (WHEN YOU CHANGE THE SCIBA CCD). Select the CURRENT BANK. Create more `banks' to save different settings for use with different light situations, with glow lights you need a higher integration time (between 150 and 200). BANK 2 AND 4 ARE DEDICATED FOR INSTANT GLOW (Pinsetter interface A.P.I. only)

When the light situation changes (for example from daylight to glow bowling) simply select the preset `bank' there is no need to change the integration time.

Select the INTEGRATION TIME for the `bank' by clicking on the CHANGE button beside the current value. Chose the value and confirm with OK.

AVERAGE INTEGRATION TIME VALUE FOR STANDARD DAYLIGHT BOWLING = 40 AVERAGE INTEGRATION TIME VALUE FOR `GLOW IN THE DARK' BOWLING = 90 The network frequency refers to the amount of `Hertz' electricity. It is required to avoid surges caused by using neon lights.

EUROPE = 50 HERTZ USA = 60 HERTZ CHINA = 50 HERTZ

Verifying the PIN SEPARATION.

If the Sciba CCD position is not correct or the `focus' is out it can be regulated, the worst thing is the overlap of pin peaks, causing the Sciba CCD to detect one pin in place of another on the `ideal line' and scoring it incorrectly. It is also possible, when the integration time is too high, that the light saturates the lens and the peaks overlap (they tend to become one line at the top). If it is not possible to fix the problem by altering the integration time you need to MECHANICALLY CALIBRATE THE SCIBA. If this does not work, replace the Sciba CCD.

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EXAMPLES OF INCORRECT CALIBRATION.

The peaks are too LOW; not enough light is entering the lens and the Sciba does not recognize the pins. LIFT THE INTEGRATION TIME.

The peaks are too high; too much light is entering the lens; the Sciba recognizes the pins ALL the time, even when they have been knocked down. DECREASE THE INTEGRATION TIME.

The peaks are overlapped; the Sciba recognizes one pin in place of another, or worse it recognizes the pin in place of the one next to it. The Sciba may be out of focus. LOWER THE INTEGRATION TIME. IF THE OPERATION IS NOT SUCCESSFUL MAKE A MECHANICAL CALIBRATION.

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Software settings for sciba

Click on the PINSETTER INTERFACE button on the SETUP menu for the pair of lanes you need to check and WAIT until the communication starts.

Setting one Sciba per lane

When 2 Sciba are mounted for two lanes, is necessary setup the I-Retro parameters in right way, as follows:

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Wins scoring cycling

1^ BALL SCORE CYCLE:

· · · The pinsetter is in STAND BY. All pins are on the lane. 1^ Ball light is ON, 2^ Ball light are off. WARNING!! IF THE SCORE WAIT TO DETERMINATE THE FIRST SHOT AND THE 2^BALL LIGHT ARE ON, THE SCREEN DOESN'T SHOWS ANY SCORE. IT'S NECESSARY RESET THE PINSETTER AND REPLACE THE PINS FOR FIRST SHOT. The bowlers do the shot. · · · The ball crosses the Speed sensor beam. The Detection Device takes the first PHOTO. This picture is the sample for determinate the result.

NOTE: the freeze time is set into the factory and is not adjustable.

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The ball crosses the Start beam sensor. · The automatic score will do:

A) Begin the countdown for PIN READ DELAY. B) Begin the countdown for AUTOMATIC PINSETTER CYCLE (not customisable by user). · At the end of PIN READ DELAY, the Detection Device makes the second PHOTO to determinate the pins knocked.

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At the end of AUTOMATIC START CYCLE DELAY the I-Retro send to the pinsetter the PULSE CYCLE and the pinsetter will begin the cycle.

NOTE: if the START CYCLE DELAY = ZERO (8270,8290,8230/3000,GS10 pinsetter) the Detection Device make the second photo with sweep down in guard position, until the table run.

SWEEP REVERSE CYCLE

If the Wins Scoring System is connected to 8270 uP AMF, STELTRONIC or compatible chassis, is possible send the sweep-reverse signal to the pinsetter, an logic signal via APS connector. SWEEP REVERSE IS POSSIBLE WHEN: 1) 2) Bowler makes gutter. Pin 7 or pins 10 or both pins are knocked.

After the second photo, the detection Device indicates to the Score the numbers of the pins knocked. If the score is as 1 or 2 (gutter, pin 7 or pin 10 or both knocked), the I-Retro gives to the chassis the SweepReverse code. The Sweep came back up and the pinsetter doesn't make any extra cycle.

STRIKE CYCLE

When the Detection Device Recognise STRIKE (ALL pins knocked) the screen will shows the STRIKE animation.

FAST STRIKE CYCLE

If the Wins Scoring System is connected to 8270 uP AMF, STELTRONIC or compatible chassis, is possible send the FAST STRIKE CYCLE to the pinsetter, an logic signal via APS connector. When the Detection Device Recognise STRIKE (ALL pins knocked) the I-Retro send to the Chassis (via APS connector) the Fast Strike Cycle code.The sweep continues the run and takes off the pins from the lane, then the table will load the new pin set.

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2^ BALL CYCLE

· · The pinsetter is in STAND BY. The remaining pins are on the lane.

2^ BALL light is ON. ------------------------------------The bowlers do the shot. · · · The ball crosses the Speed sensor beam. The Detection Device takes the first PHOTO. This picture is the sample for determinate the result.

NOTE: the freeze time is set into the factory and is not adjustable. WARNING!! IF THE SCORE WAIT TO DETERMINATE THE SECOND SHOT AND THE 2^BALL LIGHT ARE OFF, THE SCREEN DOESN'T SHOWS ANY SCORE. IT'S NECESSARY RESET THE PINSETTER TO MAKE IT READY FOR SECOND SHOT.

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The ball crosses the Start beam sensor. · · · · · · The automatic score will do: Begin the countdown for PIN READ DELAY. Begin the automatic countdown for PINSETTER CYCLE. At the end of PIN READ DELAY, the Detection Device makes the second PHOTO to determinate the pins knocked. At the end of countdown for PINSETTER CYCLE the I-Retro send to the pinsetter the PULSE CYCLE and the pinsetter will begin the cycle.

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FOUL CYCLE

· · · The bowler makes the shot. The bowler across the foul beam sensor. The foul device gives the foul signal to the pinsetters and switch on the FOUL LIGHT. The ball crosses the speed sensor. The ball crosses the start sensor. · The I-Retro send foul to the Lane computer, the photo is cancelled and the score gives FOUL.

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Pinsetter interfacing

General about A.P.I. installation A.P.I. A065 series board Layout Interfacing 8270 5 board chassis Interfacing 8270 uP chassis Interfacing Brunswick A1/A2 pinsetter Interfacing 8230/3000/45 chassis Interfacing 8290 first generation chassis Interfacing 8290 XL NEXT GEN chassis Interfacing via Bowling MC2 pinsetter Glow,Foul line power, Bumpers.. for API A065 and A069 Interfacing String pinsetter and GS + ADD On board Software settings for API

146 147 149 153 157 160 163 167 175 178 182 201

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General about A.P.I. installation

The A.P.I is the latest Steltronic designed pinsetter interface, it has two boards which are contained in one box. One A.P.I. controls one or two pinsetters (one pair of lanes). There is an ST-Retro A.P.I. for each type of interfaced pinsetter: · STANDARD [Series A065]: is the API for AMF 8230/3000/45, AMF 8270 S.S.C. (Solid State Chassis or Omni board), AMF 8270 uP, 8290 First Generation Chassis, VPS2000, Brunswick A1/A2, Jangji Vision, Via MC2, GS10 (with Red chassis, no game setter box, no-double cycle) This API requires the use of the Sciba. 8290XL [Series A067]: this interface is dedicated to the AMF 8290 XL (small chassis) pinsetter, The Sciba will replace the AMF camera when installed, the pinsetter sensors are deactivated. GS [Series A038]: interface for GS10, GS92 and GS98, with silver chassis, with game setter box and double cycle (this depends on the EPROM settings in the Game setter box). The pins are detected via a com in the game setter box so NO Sciba I is required. STRING [series A047]: interface for String pinsetter like Vollmer, Vilati, Spellman and some model of Schimd. The pin detection is made via a pin switch, the Sciba is NOT required. FUNK [Series A062]: interface for Funk KF3000 pinsetter. Pin detection via com port, the Sciba II camera is NOT required.

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The CPU board is the " logic " part of the interface, it communicates with the lane computer via a serial connection. The interface software is installed onto local EPROM (flash memory), this can be updated via software from the Front Desk (min. Wins version 5.26.99 SR1 ). The pinsetter selection is made using dip switches as well as through software. The I/O board constitutes the "physical interface" which changes depending on the type of pinsetter; the standard model has a "standard board" for AMF, Via MC2, Brunswick, VPS or GS10 (red chassis without game setter box), and a "full2" version for Yangji Vision pinsetters. ATTENTION! The CPU for String, Funk and GS10 type interface is NOT hardware compatible with the Standard or 8290XL type CPU. ALL models of A.P.I. use the CAB-Y-CA0092A cable to interface and receive power from the lane computer. All quotes for cables are in centimetres.

General installation notes

Position the A.P.I. interface on or near the pinsetter curtain wall, keeping the connectors on the left to facilitate the installation. Attention! The cable which connects the Sciba Ii camera, when present is 9 meters long Position a plastic cable run near the cable exit of the API, (about 4 x 2 cm or 1½ x 1 inches in size) to run the CAB-Y-CA0092A and FSAS9 cables through the ceiling to the bowler console interface and machines. BEFORE CONNECTING THE INTERFACE TO THE PINSETTERS VERIFY THAT THE JUMPER SETTINGS ARE CORRECT.

Dig. 185: A.P.I. box view

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A.P.I. A065 series board layout

Is the API for AMF 8230/3000/45, AMF 8270 S.S.C. (Solid State Chassis or Omni board), AMF 8270 uP, 8290 First Generation Chassis, VPS2000, Brunswick A1/A2, Yangji Vision, Via bowling MC2, GS10 (with Red chassis, no game setter box, no-double cycle). This A.P.I. REQUIRE THE SCIBA INSTALLATION (see the chapter at page..)

Dig 186: API A065 series layout

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LED INDICATION

D1 D4 D7 D10 D13 D16 D19 D22 D25 D28 ODD FOUL [IN] ND ODD 2 BALL [IN] ODD STRIKE [OUT] ODD MGR ON [OUT] INSTANT GLOW [OUT] EVEN SPEED [IN] EVEN CYCLE [OUT] EVEN GUTTER [OUT] EVEN MGR PRACTICE [OUT] EVEN MAINT. CALL [OUT] D2 D5 D8 D11 D14 D17 D20 D23 D26 ODD SPEED [IN] ODD CYCLE [OUT] ODD GUTTER [OUT] ODD MGR PRACTICE [OUT] ODD MAINT. CALL [OUT] EVEN TRIGGER [IN] EVEN CHANGE BALL [OUT] EVEN FOUL [OUT] EVEN BUMPER [OUT] D3 D6 D9 D12 D15 D18 D21 D24 D27 ODD TRIGGER [IN] ODD CHANGE BALL [OUT] ODD FOUL [OUT] ODD BUMPER [OUT] EVEN FOUL [IN] ND EVEN 2 BALL [IN] EVEN STRIKE [OUT] EVEN MGR ON [OUT] BAR CALL [OUT]

PIN IN/ OUT CONNECTORS DESCRIPTION

CN1 (rs232 for Lane computer) 2 Rx 3 Tx 5 Gnd CN3 (Sciba standard ) Vdd (+12) Odd Speed in Gnd Odd trigger in Even trigger in Even speed in RXD (rs232 line 1) TXD (rs232 line 2) Gnd CN5 1 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 1 2 CN11 (auxiliary Sciba ) 1 Vdd (+12) 2 3 Gnd 4 5 Even trigger in 6 Even speed in 7 RXD (rs232 line 2) 8 TXD (rs232 line 2) 9 Gnd CN2 (rs232 for B.C.I.) 10-11 Vdd (+12) 14-15 Rx1 18-19 Tx1 13-24-25 Gnd 1 2 3 4 CN12 Vdd (+12) Odd Shoes In Even shoes In Gnd

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CN6 (EVEN/ODD)

CN7 (EVEN/ODD)

CN8 (EVEN/ODD) CN9 (EVEN/ODD) CN10 (EVEN/ODD)

CN13 (ODD)

CN13 (EVEN)

CN14 (EVEN/ODD) CN15

Instant glow OUTPUT Instant glow OUTPUT Foul signal INPUT (parallel to foul light) Foul signal INPUT (parallel to foul light) nd nd 2 ball signal INPUT (parallel to 2 ball light) nd nd 2 ball signal INPUT (parallel to 2 ball light) Pinsetter ON (parallel to MGR switch) Pinsetter ON (parallel to MGR switch) Pinsetter practice (GND to pinsetter) th Pinsetter CYCLE (parallel to 10 frame switch) th Pinsetter CYCLE (parallel to 10 frame switch) Aps Clock + Aps Clock Aps Data + Aps Data Bumper OUTPUT Bumper OUTPUT Maintenance OUTPUT Maintenance OUTPUT Odd BAR CALL OUTPUT Odd BAR CALL OUTPUT Foul light power OUTPUT ( odd Strike out for MC2) Foul light power OUTPUT ( odd Strike out for MC2) Odd Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (odd Gutter out for MC2) Odd Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (odd Gutter out for MC2) Even BAR CALL OUTPUT Even BAR CALL OUTPUT Ball Return power OUTPUT ( Even Strike out for MC2) Ball return power OUTPUT ( Even Strike out for MC2) Even Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (even Gutter out for MC2) Even Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (even Gutter out for MC2) st nd 1 2 Change ball OUTPUT st nd 1 2 Change ball OUTPUT Bar Call OUTPUT Bar Call OUTPUT

N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact 12-24 AC/DC 12-24 AC/DC 12-24 AC/DC 12-24 AC/DC N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact GND to pinsetters N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact APS code APS code APS code APS code N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact

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Interfacing 8270 Solid State chassis (5 board or omni board)

A = CAB-Y-CA0193A Mgr + cycle cable (even + odd) B = CAB-Y-CA0192B Mask signal cable (even pinsetter) C = CAB-Y-CA0192A Mask signal cable (odd pinsetter)

Dig. 187: 8270 5 board connection

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All connections are in parallel to original wires, GND on A&MC box must be grounded with pinsetters. Disconnect the backend switch from pinsetter cushion. Set the Jumper for 12V input. If Connect the 2nd ball and foul directly in parallel to the Mask lamps or directly in parallel to the green Mask plug connector (see the following diagram). CA0192A CABLE Yellow Brown White ­ Green CA0192B CABLE Yellow Brown White - Green MASK PULG N^ 25 27 29 SIGNAL 2nd ball Foul Common

Solid state chassis equipped with Omni board AMF uP compatible should be connected to A.P.I. APS output for simulate the Sweep Reverse and Fast Strike cycle (see. Dig. 164 & 165).

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Dig. 188: 8270 5 board <> A.P.I. mask connection

Dig. 189: 8270 solid state <> A.P.I. MGR & Trigger connection

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CAB-Y-CA0192A ­ CAB-Y-CA0192B

Dig. 190: CAB-Y-CA0192A/B view CN6 (Odd & Even) (Phoenix Combicon Female 4pin p. 5.08 cod. 17 57 03 5) PIN 1 2 3 4 SIGNAL Foul Foul 2nd ball signal 2nd ball signal WIRE COLOUR (wire gauge: 0,35mm2) WHITE BROWN GREEN YELLOW

CAB-Y-CA0193A

CN7 ODD (Phoenix Combicon Female 5pin p. 5.08 cod. 17 57 04 8) CN7 EVEN (Phoenix Combicon Female 5pin p. 5.08 cod. 17 57 04 8)

PIN 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

Dig. 191: CAB-Y-CA0193A view SIGNAL WIRE COLOURS (gauge: 0,35mm2) On WHITE On BROWN Gnd GREEN Cycle YELLOW Cycle GRAY On ROSE On BLUE Gnd BLACK Cycle RED Cycle PURPLE

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Dig. 192: A.P.I. <> Omni board for solid state chassis connection view

CAB-Y-CA0057L ­ CAB-Y-CA0057M (optional for Omni board up compatible)

Dig. 193: CAB-Y-CA0192A/B view

CAB-Y-CA0057L X = 400 centimetres

CN8 (Even & Odd) (Phoenix Combicon Female 4pin p. 5.08 cod. 17 57 03 5) PIN 1 2 3 4 SIGNAL Clock + Clock Data + Data -

CAB-Y-CA0057M X = 700 centimetres

WIRE COLOUR (wire gauge: 0,35mm2) WHITE BROWN GREEN YELLOW

WARNING! Before enabling the APS function on Pinsetter interface parameters, check the wires connection for Sweep Reverse function into TS strip, inside the pinsetter, under the chassis (see dig. 160). Some Motor starter should be create a problem with sweep reverse function, check the functionality in a pair of lanes before to proceed with the others.

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Interfacing 8270 uP chassis

A = CAB-Y-CA0193A Mgr + cycle cable (even + odd) B = CAB-Y-CA0194B APS + signal cable (even pinsetter) C = CAB-Y-CA0194A APS + signal cable (odd pinsetter)

Dig. 194: 8270 uP <> A.P.I. connection's view

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The connections in A&MC box are in parallel to original wires, GND must be grounded with pinsetters OR INTO A&MC box. Disconnect the backend switch from pinsetter cushion and set the Jumpers for APS on I/O board. Use the dedicated APS connector on chassis to connect the CAB-Y-CA0194A ­CA0194B cable. Note for AMF chassis: the minimum Eprom version that support APS protocol is MARK 5. WARNING! Before enabling the APS function on Pinsetter interface parameters, check the wires connection for Sweep Reverse function into TS strip, inside the pinsetter, under the chassis (see dig. 160). Some Motor starter should be create a problem with sweep reverse function, check the functionality in a pair of lanes before to proceed with the others.

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Dig. 195: CAB-Y-CA0194A

CAB-Y-CA194B connection

Dig. 196: 8270 solid state <> A.P.I. MGR & Trigger connection

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Dig. 197: 8270 sweep reverse circuit cable view

CAB-Y-CA0194A-B

CAB-Y-CA0194A X = 400 centimetres

PIN 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 SIGNAL Foul Foul 2nd Ball 2nd Ball Clock + Clock Data + Data -

CAB-Y-CA0194B X = 700 centimetres

WIRE COLOURS (gauge: 0,35mm2) YELLOW GREEN BROWN WHITE GRAY ROSE RED BLUE

Dig. 198: CAB-Y-CA0194A/B view CN6 (Even & Odd) (Phoenix Combicon Female 4pin p. 5.08 cod. 17 57 03 5) CN8 (Even & Odd) (Phoenix Combicon Female 4pin p. 5.08 cod. 17 57 03 5) CN1 (Amp CPC 37 female) 1 2 3 4 32-33 30 29 22

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CAB-Y-CA0193A

Dig. 199: CAB-Y-CA0193A view CN7 ODD (Phoenix Combicon Female 5pin p. 5.08 cod. 17 57 04 8) CN7 EVEN (Phoenix Combicon Female 5pin p. 5.08 cod. 17 57 04 8) PIN 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 SIGNAL On On Gnd Cycle Cycle On On Gnd Cycle Cycle WIRE COLOURS (gauge: 0,35mm2) WHITE BROWN GREEN YELLOW GRAY ROSE BLUE BLACK RED PURPLE

Note: the CAB-Y-CA0193A cable for A&MC connection is the same used to interface the AMF 8270 solid state chassis

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Interfacing Brunswick A1/A2 pinsetters

A= CAB-Y-CA0196A Mgr + cycle + signal cable (odd) B= CAB-Y-CA0196B Mgr + cycle + signal cable (Even) C= Foul connection Cable * optional

Dig. 200: A.P.I. <> Brunswick A1/A2 connection's view

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The connections in Brunswick electrical power are in parallel to original wires. Set the jumpers for 24V signal, check the foul signal first. Disconnect the backend switch (pin 18 on TIME DELAY MODULE) and insulate the wire. Place one ANTI-NOISE FILTER (0,47 uF + 100R, 250V) in parallel to coil of cycle solenoid (pin 19 and 20 of TIME DELAY MODULE) to attenuate the noise when pinsetter starts. FOUL LINE SIGNAL CONNECTION: · Place 4 wire cable (gauge 0,35mm2) from foul line to A.P.I. or Brunswick electric box, to connect the foul line. The signal should be 12 or max 24 V AC-DC Foul signal will be connected in parallel of 12V output for lamps [A + B ] foul signal for odd lane [C + D ] foul signal for even lane ·

Dig. 201: Foul line connection's view

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Connect the 4 wire directly to API input or use the wires White and brown of CA0196A/B cable.

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Dig. 202: CAB-Y-CA0196A/B <> PINSETTER connection's view

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CAB-Y-CA0196A - CAB-Y-CA0196B

Dig. 203: CAB-Y-CA0193A view CN6 (Even & Odd) (Phoenix Combicon Female 4pin p. 5.08 cod. 17 57 03 5) CN7 (Even & Odd) (Phoenix Combicon Female 5pin p. 5.08 cod. 17 57 04 8) PIN 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 SIGNAL Foul Foul 2nd Ball 2nd Ball On On Gnd Cycle Cycle WIRE COLOURS (gauge: 0,35mm2) WHITE BROWN GREEN YELLOW GRAY ROSE BLACK BLUE RED

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Interfacing AMF 8230/3000/45 pinsetters

A = CAB-Y-CA0209A Cycle + signal cable (odd) B = CAB-Y-CA208A Mgr cable (odd) C = CAB-Y-CA208B Mgr cable (even) D = CAB-Y-CA0209B Cycle + signal cable (Even)

Dig. 204: A.P.I. <> AMF 8230/3000/45 connection's view

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The connections in J-box e P-box are in parallel to original wires. Set the jumpers for 12V signal, take the foul signal DIRECTLY from foul line cables, before the relays (relays is present only in 8230) only after measuring the tension. FOUL SIGNAL: the foul signal from the original foul line is 12V. wires come from the foul line to J-box. With 8230 chassis, the foul line cable go to a relays coil, because the chassis accept 110 or 220 AC in on input (J39 & J40). With 823000, the chassis input is 12V and the wires go directly to J-box on pin 39 and 40. We recommend to connect the foul line signal in parallel to original foul wires, where the tension is 12V (max input for A.P.I. 24V). Disconnect the backend switch from pinsetter cushion.

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Dig. 205: A.P.I. <> CAB-Y-CA0209A/B ­ CAB-Y-CA0208A/B <> PINSETTER connection's view

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CAB-Y-CA0209A - CAB-Y-CA0209B

Dig. 206: CAB-Y-CA0209A/B view CN6 (Even & Odd) (Phoenix Combicon Female 4pin p. 5.08 cod. 17 57 03 5) CN7 (pin 4 & 5 ­ Even & Odd) (Phoenix Combicon Female 2pin p. 5.08cod. 17 57 01 9) PIN 1 2 3 4 1 2 SIGNAL Foul Foul 2nd Ball 2nd Ball Cycle Cycle WIRE COLOURS (gauge: 0,35mm2) WHITE BROWN GREEN YELLOW GRAY ROSE

CAB-Y-CA0208A - CAB-Y-CA0208B

Dig. 207: CAB-Y-CA0208A/B view CN7 (pin 1 -3 Even & Odd) (Phoenix Combicon Female 3pin p. 5.08 cod. 17 57 02 2) PIN 1 2 3 SIGNAL Power ON Power ON GND WIRE COLOURS (gauge: 0,35mm2) WHITE BROWN GREEN

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Interfacing AMF 8290 First generation chassis

A = CAB-Y-CA0159C APS cable B = CAB-Y-CA202A Cycle cable (Even+ Odd) C = CAB-Y-CA210B Mgr cable (even) D = CAB-Y-CA210A Mgr cable (odd)

Dig. 208: A.P.I. <> AMF 8290 first Generation chassis connection's view

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The connections into Front end box are in parallel to original wires. Set the A.P.I. input jumpers for APS signal. Disconnect the AMF camera (if is installed) and remove the AMF photocells, Trigger will be provide by A.P.I. using the Sciba sensor. With AMF 8290 First generation chassis, the power On and off is provide by AMF MCU box or manually from chassis, the score control remote ON and OFF using the mask switch.

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Dig. 209: A.P.I. <> CAB-Y-CA0202A + CA0210A/B connection's view

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CAB-Y-CA0159C

Dig. 210: CAB-Y-CA0159C view PIN 1 2 3 4 CN8 ODD 1 (Phoenix Combicon Female 2 4pin p. 5.08 3 cod. 17 57 03 5) 4 CN6 EVEN 1 (Phoenix Combicon Female 2 4pin p. 5.08 3 cod. 17 57 03 5) 4 CN8 EVEN 1 (Phoenix Combicon Female 2 4pin p. 5.08 3 cod. 17 57 03 5) 4 CN6 ODD (Phoenix Combicon Female 4pin p. 5.08 cod. 17 57 03 5) SIGNAL Odd Foul Odd Foul Odd 2nd Ball Odd 2nd Ball Odd Clock + Odd Clock Odd Data + Odd Data Even Foul Even Foul Even 2nd Ball nd Even 2 Ball Even Clock+ Even Clock Even Data+ Even Data CN1 (Amp CPC 37 female) 20 21 22 23 33 37 34 37 1 2 3 4 14 18 15 18 WIRE COLOURS (gauge: 0,35mm2) White Brown Green Yellow Gray-Rose Black Red-Blue White-Green Gray Rose Red Purple White-Yellow Brown-Green White-Gray Yellow-Brown

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CAB-Y-CA0202A

Dig. 211: CAB-Y-CA020A view CN7 ODD (pin 4 & 5) (Phoenix Combicon Female 2pin p. 5,08 cod. 17 57 019) CN7 EVEN (pin 4 & 5) (Phoenix Combicon Female 2pin p. 5,08 cod. 17 57 019) PIN 1 2 1 2 SIGNAL ODD Cycle ODD Cycle EVEN Cycle EVEN Cycle WIRE COLOURS (gauge: 0,35mm2 GREEN YELLOW WHITE BROWN

CAB-Y-CA02010A CAB-Y-CA02010B

Dig. 212: CAB-Y-CA0210A/B view CN17 (Even & Odd ­ pin 1-3) (Phoenix Combicon Female 3pin p. 5,08 cod. 17 57 02 2) PIN 1 2 3 SIGNAL Power ON Power ON NC. WIRE COLOURS (gauge: 0,35mm2 WHITE BROWN .

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Interfacing the AMF 8290XL pinsetter

AMF CAMERA and BALL DETECT SENSORS need to be removed, the A.P.I. works with Sciba (Steltronic linear camera) and the cycle is provided by the A.P.I., in parallel of 10th frame of Front End Box. The AMF chassis receive the information for Strike, Gutter, 7 and 10 from SCORING connector. Place the A.P.I. in the middle of lane pair on the curtain wall. The Second Ball light connection is used to synchronize the score with the pinsetter. Take the signal in parallel to 2nd ball light on the masking unit. The input signal should be between 5 and 12 VDC, see the jumper on I/O board for settings. If the Masking unit is not mounted or the Lamps are not available, the signal will be detected automatically via scoring output by the A.P.I., the pinsetter needs to cycle twice if it is on second ball and the score is on first ball, to be in sync. Remember to set parameter 02h into software setting ZERO (see software settings chapter). There are two way to power on/off the chassis: a) Disconnecting the AMF MCU box to the chassis and connecting the chassis directly to A.P.I. using the RS485 line (preferred method) this way is named METHOD A b) Leaving the MCU box, we could open the mask switch to turn on and off the pinsetter. This way is named METHOD B FOR AND AGAINST OF THOSE TWO METHODS: a) Disconnecting the MCU box, cashier can't use MCU for respot the pins and any other special function made from AMF for AMC circuit. The A.P.I. could simulate the ON/OFF/PRACTICE signal like MCU, ball return do not require any modification, chassis works like AMF style. b) Leaving the MCU box, it's necessary leave the AMF chassis in MANUAL mode, set the ball return in manual mode and connect the output for ball return power on/off directly to A.P.I. The only advantage of this way is to use from MCU box the respot or any other special future designed for by AMF. Cycle should be performed from Main Desk using Wins program, respot is not available. As you can see, the choose depends by the way the customer like to use the system. In many center, customer do not use the MCU box feature and it's better connect the chassis using method A. In the following pages, both method are described.

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A.P.I. for 8290 XL board layout

Dig. 213: A.P.I. A067 view RS232 to lane Computer CN1 CN4 CN7 CN10 CN13 CN15 D1 D4 D7 D10 D13 D16 D19 D22 D25 D28 CN2 CN5 To 8290 chassis (SCORING) VDC in CN8 Bumper feedback input Pinsetter cycle (even/odd) CN11 Instant glow (even/odd) Auxiliary Sciba CN14 Ball return switch out Main-Bar call (even/odd) nd 2 ball input ­ Mgr (even/odd) nd ODD 2 BALL [IN] ODD SHOEVISION [IN] ODD POWER ON [OUT] ODD INSTANT GLOW [OUT] EVEN SPEED [IN] EVEN CYCLE [OUT] AUX B [IN] BALL RETURN PWR [OUT] EVEN MAINT. CALL [OUT] D2 D5 D8 D11 D14 D17 D20 D23 D26 LED INDICATION ODD SPEED [IN] ODD CYCLE [OUT] AUX A [IN] FOUL LINE ON [OUT] ODD MAINT. CALL [OUT] EVEN TRIGGER [IN] EVEN BAR CALL [OUT] EVEN BUMPER [OUT] CN6 CN9 CN12 CN16 To 8290 chassis (MCU) Bumper out (even/odd) Shoevision in Foul line switch out RS232 to Bowlers Console CN3 Sciba with sensors

D3 D6 D9 D12 D15 D18 D21 D24 D27

ODD TRIGGER [IN] ODD BAR CALL [OUT] ODD BUMPER [OUT] nd EVEN 2 BALL [IN] EVEN SHOEVISON [IN] EVEN POWER ON [OUT] EVEN INSTANT GLOW [OUT]

JUMPER SETTINGS for 2nd ball signal J1 Open = 7-12 VDC J2 Close = 5 VDC

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BALL RETURN CONNECTOR

Dig. 214: AMF 8290xl view

INSTALLATION METHOD A

A = Scoring Cable cod. CAB-Y-CA0201A B = Cycle Cable cod. CAB-Y-CA0202A C = 2nd ball Cable (even lane) cod. CAB-Y-CA0203B D = 2nd ball Cable (odd lane) cod. CAB-Y-CA0203A E= RS485 cable cod. CAB-Y-CA0207A

Dig. 215: A.P.I. A067 connection view method A

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Dig. 216: 2ND ball LIGHT and RESET connection view (method A)

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Place the white and brown wire (pin 3 and 4 of CN15) in parallel to 2nd ball light (voltage 5-12VDC). Connect the cycle signal in parallel to 10th Frame reset (pin 1-2, 7-8 of ball return connector into front end box).

WARNING! Disconnect the original ball detector sensor, the pinsetter cycle must be provided ONLY by the scoring system.

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Dig. 217: SCORING and RS485 connection view (method A)

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Connect the CN2 of CA0201A cable into SCORING input of 8290XL small chassis, then place the green/yellow wire to any grounded screw. Remove the AMF wire from RS485 port. Connect the CN2 of CA0207A to RS485, than connect the A.P.I. to other side. If the GND wire is from A.P.I. side, please cut the wire, do not connect to ground. Warning! ALL AMF CHASSIS need to be set like LANE 1and 2. Remove the panel on the chassis's top to access to LANE SELECT switch: 1's = 1 10's = 0 100's = 0

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INSTALLATION METHOD B

A = Scoring Cable cod. CAB-Y-CA0201A B = Cycle Cable cod. CAB-Y-CA0202A C = 2nd ball Cable (even lane) cod. CAB-Y-CA0203B D = 2nd ball Cable (odd lane) cod. CAB-Y-CA0203A

Dig. 218: A.P.I. A067 connection view method B

Dig. 219: BALL RETURN connection view

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Disconnect the ball return wires from Front End box (pin 5 and 6 of BALL RETURN CONNECTOR, see dig.32). Connect the wires to CN14 output, using two wire cable (not supplied by Steltronic). Set the Ball return switch to Manual mode. Do not connect HIGH VOLTAGE to those output or the interface will be damage Ball return will be ON/OFF following the pinsetter settings from Wins program. When pinsetter is set in practice mode, the ball return will remain off. "Ball return full control with method B" will be available from WINS 6.1, from July- August 2002. Using the MCU connection (Method "A") this feature is already available.

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Dig. 220: 2ND ball LIGHT, ON/OFF and RESET connection view (method B)

Place the white and brown wire (pin 3 and 4 of CN15) in parallel to 2nd ball light (voltage 5-12VDC). Connect the cycle signal in parallel to 10th Frame reset (pin 1-2, 7-8 of ball return connector into front end box). · Remove one wire from mask switch and connect with yellow wire (pin 1 of CN15), then connect the green wire (pin 1 of CN15) on the mask switch. With this connection, Mask switch is always priority, for the safety of mechanic. WARNING! Disconnect the original ball detector sensor, the pinsetter cycle must be provided ONLY by the scoring system.

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Dig. 221: SCORING connection view (method B)

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Connect the CN2 of CA0201A cable into SCORING input of 8290XL small chassis, then place the green/yellow wire to any grounded screw. Remember to set the AMF chassis in MANUAL MODEM for power on and off via scoring.

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Interfacing Via Bowling MC2 pinsetters

A = A.P.I. A065 series B = CAB-Y-CA0232A Scoring signal cable (ODD pinsetter) C = CAB-Y-CA0232B Scoring signal cable (EVEN pinsetter) D = VIA MC2 Scoring interface board

Dig. 3: Via MC2 connection

1 = Scoring interface connector

Dig. 4: Via MC2 Scoring interface board

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Set the A.P.I. input jumpers for 24V input (2nd ball and foul). Open each pinsetter front channel and look for MC2 Scoring interface board. Lay the cable CA0232A from A.P.I. to ODD MC2 Scoring interface board. Lay the cable CA0232B from A.P.I. to EVEN MC2 Scoring interface board. Place the Sciba like the standard installation.

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Dig. 5: A.P.I. ODD MC2 pinsetter interfacing

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CAB-Y-CA0232A ­ CAB-Y-CA232B cables

Phoenix Connector

CN1 (Phoenix Combicon Female 4pin p. 5.08 CN2 (Phoenix Combicon Female 5 pin p. 5.08

PIN 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6

SIGNAL Foul input Foul input 2nd ball input 2nd ball input Pinsetter ON Output Pinsetter ON Output Pinsetter CYCLE Output Pinsetter CYCLE Output Strike Output Strike Output Gutter Output Gutter Output

WIRE COLOUR Yellow Green Brown White Grey Pink Blue Red Black Purple Grey/Pink Red/Blue

15 DB male connector 6 15 7 14 2 11 1 10 3 9 4 12

CN3 (Phoenix Combicon Female 6 pin p. 5.08

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Set the A.P.I. input jumpers for 24V input (2nd ball and foul). Open each pinsetter front channel and look for MC2 Scoring interface board. Lay the cable CA0221C from A.P.I. to ODD MC2 Scoring interface board. Lay the cable CA0221D from A.P.I. to EVEN MC2 Scoring interface board. Place the Sciba like the standard installation.

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Glow, Foul, ball return Bar call, Mech call and Bumpers interfacing for API A065 and A067

On API A065, the CN13 connector provide the output for Ball return, Bar call, Foul line. On the API A067, connectors are different. See the label on the API for the connection. Steltronic will supply only the Phoenix connectors. Warning! The A.P.I. provide a N.O. LOW VOLTAGE DRY CONTACT RELAY, do not connect directly to AC voltage or the interface will be damaged, require an Steltronic H.V.B. or refer to the High voltage diagram connection.

BUMPER INTERFACING (LOW VOLTAGE CONNECTION)

Note: it's important set the Bumpers in A.P.I. parameters (see next chapter).

dig 236: Bumpers with N.O. switch. The switch is closed each time the bowler marked "bumper" bowls.

dig. 237: Bumpers with N.O. switch + UP position SWITCH. The up switch is closed when the bumpers is in highest position.

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STELTRONIC HVB FOR BUMPERS, GLOW, BAR CALL AND MECHANIC LAMP

The Brunswick bumpers need a High Voltage box to be drive by Scoring. Steltronic developed an High voltage box ready to be used for Brunswick bumpers, Glow light, Bar call. Etc. The HVB should be required for 110, 220, 240 VAC, Max 10 A - 250 VAC. VDE plug are not included.

dig. 238: Steltronic HVB

HVB for Brunswick Bumpers

Connect the UP and DOWN motor and the Up and down Switch.

HVB for driving White and glow pinsetter light

Short the Up switch (pin 6 and 5) . Short the Down switch (pin 4 and 3). Connect the AC power to the pinsetter using the pinsetter AC output for standard white light. Connect the GLOW light to UP MOTOR output. Connect the WHITE light to the DOWN MOTOR output.

HVB for driving Bar Call, mechanic call AC high voltage lamps

Short the Up switch (pin 6 and 5) . Short the Down switch (pin 4 and 3). Connect the AC power to the standard plug. Connect the LAMP using the UP MOTOR output.

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SOFTWARE SETTINGS FOR BUMPERS

Go to wins Main Desk, identify yourself as SERVICE, go to Setup page, click on Pinsetter interface icon. AMF, new Heddon or bumpers with "closed contact for all time input" : set the parameters in the Advanced parameters section (you must be user SERVICE to enter). the parameter 15H must be ZERO. Old Heddon bumper or "toggle + up signal bumpers": The 15H parameter indicates the time necessary for the relay to toggle bumper up or down. The 16H parameter indicates the delay for testing the switch status, this parameter must be more than 15H. Every step in the 15H and 16H is in 100 milliseconds.

SAMPLE DIAGRAM FOR MECHANIC AND BAR CALL LIGHT CONNECTION

Dig.239: example of High voltage connection

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INSTANT GLOW CONNECTION

dig. 240: Sample diagram for INSTANT GLOW OUTPUT

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Interfacing Spellman. Vilati, Vollmer String pinsetter + Add-On board for Bumpers, etc.

The API for String pinsetter doesn't' require the Detection device. One interface could control 2 lanes. The Device is dividing in 3 boards: CPU and INTERFACE BOARD + ADD on board for controlling bumpers, etc. The CPU layout is equal for all version, except for dip switch position and software loaded into flash memory. The interface board change with Jumpers position. APP-Y-A04701A Strip-Retro for VILATI (Chassis K-800-E) APP-Y-A04701B Strip-Retro for Spellman string pinsetter APP-Y-A04701C Strip-Retro for VOLLMER STRING (CPU ks-34C)

Dig. 241: A.P.I. A047 series for Spellman pinsetter

S2 Dipswitch setting ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4 3 2 1 (X = not used - 0= off ­ 1=ON) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------X 0 0 0 VILATI X 0 0 1 X 1 0 0 X 0 1 0 X 0 1 1 SPELLMAN STRING VOLLMER STRING BRUNSWICK GS10 AMF 890 XL NEXT GEN.

Dig. 242: CPU layout

DIP 4 ON = DEBUG MODE Leds DS1 ON = 5 V OK DS2 ON = 12 V OK DS3 BLINKING = PROGRAM RUN. * Always ON: reset the CPU

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Dig. 243: Interface board led description's

ODD PINSETTER

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 PIN 1 PIN 2 PIN 3 PIN 4 PIN 5 PIN 6 PIN 7 PIN 8 PIN 9 PIN 10 UPPER TRIGGER FOUL 2^ BALL + 24 VDC D22 D23 D24 D25 D26 D27 D28 D29 D30 D31 D32 D33 D34 D35 D36

EVEN PINSETTER

PIN 1 PIN 2 PIN 3 PIN 4 PIN 5 PIN 6 PIN 7 PIN 8 PIN 9 PIN 10 UPPER TRIGGER FOUL 2^ BALL + 24 VDC

SI0020A STRING PINSETTER INTERFACE BOARD LAYOUT

Dig. 244: Interface board layout

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SPEED SENSORS' INSTALLATION

· · PLACE THE SPEED SENSOR USING THE CA0139A (ODD LANE) AND CA0139B (EVEN LANE). MINIMUM DISTANCE REQUIRED BETWEEN TWO SENSORS 23 CENTIMETRES. WE SUGGEST 1 METER. SET THE DISTANCE IN PINSETTER INTERFACE SETTINGS

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Dig. 245: speed sensor installation

CAB-Y-CA0139A (odd lane) - CAB-Y-CA0139B (even lane)

Dig. 246: extension cable for sensors

CONNECTOR CN1

Molex 3,96 series male

PIN 1 2 3

SIGNAL VDD TRIGGER GND

CONNECTOR CN2

Molex 3,96 series female

PIN 1 2 3

CONNECTING THE ADD-ON BOARD

The ADD- ON MODULE is a board created especially to drive output for INSTANT GLOW, BUMPERS, BAR & MECHANIC CALL, FOUL and BALL RETURN POWER. The minimum Software version for CPU required is Y0, INSTANT GLOW works only with WINS 6.01 or 5.27, the other features need min. version 5.26.99 SR1 or 5.26.99 SR2. Cables and connectors are optional (Phoenix combicon 2 pin

p. 5.08 cod. 1757019, , Molex 3069 4 pin with locking ramp )

Warning! The A.P.I. provide a N.O. LOW VOLTAGE DRY CONTACT RELAY, do not connect directly to AC voltage or the interface will be damaged..

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Dig. 247: ADD-ON board view

INPUT- OUTPUT DESCRIPTION

JP3 JP4 JP5 JP6 JP7 ODD JP7 EVEN JP8 JP9 MECHANIC CALL OUTPUT INSTANT GLOW OUTPUT BUMPERS OUTPUT BAR CALL OUTPUT FOUL POWER OUTPUT BALL RETURN POWER OUTPUT AUX BUMPER INPUT (for UP SWITCH)

BAR and MECHANIC CALL OUTPUT should be use to connect an external light to indicate to the mechanic or the barman when bowler's need help or service. The light will be activate when the bowlers use the BAR CALL or MECHANIC CALL from bowler's console. To de-activate the light, use WINS function from Main Desk or other workstation. FOUL POWER ON and BALL RETURN POWER ON depends by CNT settings in WINS (from version 5.26.99 sr2 or wins 6.00) INSTANT GLOW switch the pinsetter light from standard to glow, this command will be available only from WINS 6.1. The BUMPERS output can be used for two different kind of bumpers: a) BUMPERS with closed contact for all time input ­ the output contact will be close for the entire period of the bumper cycle. b) BUMPERS with TOGGLE + UP signal ­ the output toggle the status (OPEN-CLOSE) depending by the UP SWITCH connected to JP7 JP8 even & odd are reserve for future application. ANNOTATION FOR SPELLMAN BUMPERS: the A.P.I. advanced parameters need to be change to works with Spellman Bumpers: identify the user like SERVICE. Open the API dialogue, choose Spellman like pinsetter model, click on set default. Click on ADVANCED PARAMETERS, place 133 into the parameter 15h if Spellman bumpers are installed, 0 if not.

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INTERFACING SPELLMAN PINSETTER

Dig. 248: Spellman Connection view

A: CAB-Y-CA0138A for ODD lane B: CAB-Y-CA0138B for EVEN lane C:CAB-Y-CA0139A extension cable for ODD Speed Sensor D:CAB-Y-0139Bextension cable for EVEN Speed Sensor The APP-Y-A04702B is the interface for Spellman string pinsetter, this interface doesn't' require the Detection device; one interface could control 2 lanes.

Dig. 249: Spellman control board view The CN4 connector goes in parallel with Pinsetter Sensor cable, installer must provide a splitter cable to connect both into Spellman String pinsetter board control.

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Dig. 250: Jumpers selection for Spellman

Dig. 251: mate-n-lok view

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CAB-Y-CA0146A - CAB-Y-CA0146B

Dig. 252: CAB-Y-CA0146A/B cable

CN1 (DB 25 Female)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 15 17 18 21 22 23 24 25

SIGNAL

PIN 1 PIN 2 PIN 3 PIN 4 PIN 5 PIN 6 PIN 7 PIN 8 TRIGGER + 24 V + 24 V 2^BALL FOUL PIN 9 PIN 10 RESPOT 2 MCON 1 RESPOT 1 MCON 2 GND

CN2 (Mate-N-Lok15 pin

Male * pin Male)

CN3 (DB 37 Female)

21+ 32 IN SHORT 31 23 24 34 -

CN4(Mate-N-Lok 4 pin

Male * pin Male)

10 9 8 15 14 12 11 13 3 4 5 7 1 -

4 1 2

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INTERFACING VILATI PINSETTER (CHASSIS K-800-E)

DIG. 253

DIG. 254: JUMPER CONFIGURATION FOR SI020A1 BOARD

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CAB-Y-CA0138A - CAB-Y-CA0138B

DIG. 255 SIGNAL PINSETTERS SIDE STRIP-RETRO SIDE DB25 FEMALE (CN2) DB25 MALE (CN1) PIN 1 1 1 PIN 2 2 2 PIN 3 3 3 PIN 4 4 4 PIN 5 5 5 PIN 6 6 6 PIN 7 7 7 PIN 8 8 8 TRIGGER 9 9 V24 10 10 PIN UPPER 11 11 2^BALL 14 14 FOUL 15 15 PIN 9 17 17 PIN 10 18 18 ON 22 22 RESPOT 23 23 GND 25 25 The Cables goes from Strip-Retro to the pinsetters. The connector has DB25 Female from Strip-retro side, DB25 male to pinseters.

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INTERFACING VOLLMER PINSETTER (CPU KS-34C)

DIG. 256

DIG. 257: JUMPER CONFIGURATION FOR SI020A3 BOARD

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CAB-Y-CA0145A - CAB-Y-CA0145B

DIG. 258 CN3 (DB25 Female)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 17 18 15 9 14 25 23 22 10

SIGNAL

PIN 1 PIN 2 PIN 3 PIN 4 PIN 5 PIN 6 PIN 7 PIN 8 PIN 9 PIN 10 FOUL TRIGGER 2^BALL GND RESPOT PINSETTER ON +24V

CN1 (AMP Modu II 20 PIN)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 17

CN2 (AMP Modu II 8 PIN)

1 3 4 5

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DIG. 259

DIG. 260

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INTERFACING KF3000 PINSETTER

DIG. 261

DIG. 262 All signals coming from Pinsetter control (ball speed, trigger, 2nd ball, strike, etc.)

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CA0189A/B CABLES

DIG. 263

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DIG. 264

JUMPERS SETTINGS FOR SI019A/B BOARD

2^ Ball light input 24V

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DIG. 265 ORIGINAL Gs10 connection

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Note: the Gamesetter box needs to be setup with DOUBLE CYCLE to makes the pins detection also in 2nd cycle. THE MINIMUM EPROM VERSION SUPPORTED FOR DOUBLE DETECT IS 2.02

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CAB-Y-CA0136A - CAB-Y-CA0136B

CN1 (Phoenix p. 5,08 8

pin cod. 17 57 07 7)

COLOR BROWN BLUE BLACK YELLOW RED WHITE GREEN GREY

SIGNAL 2^ BALL 2^ BALL PINSETTER ON PINSETTER ON RESET RESET SET SET

CONNECTION In parallel to PIN 4 of P7 [HI-VOLTAGE BOX] In parallel to PIN 6 of P7 [HI-VOLTAGE BOX] In parallel to PIN 5 of P6 [HI-VOLTAGE BOX] In parallel to PIN 7 of P6 [HI-VOLTAGE BOX] In parallel to PIN 4 of P8 [HI-VOLTAGE BOX] In parallel to PIN 3 of P8 [HI-VOLTAGE BOX] In parallel to PIN 5 of P8 [HI-VOLTAGE BOX] In parallel to PIN 3 of P8 [HI-VOLTAGE BOX]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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A.P.I. Software settings

Click on the PINSETTER INTERFACE button on the SETUP menu for the pair of lanes you need to check and WAIT until the communication starts. If necessary, vary the parameters directly on the screen. NOTE: the A.P.I. software could be updated using the Firmware upgrade. Ask to Steltronic Service Department for last update. See next chapter for A.P.I. update details.

FIRST OPERATION

Select the PINSETTER from the list, then click on the SET DEFAULT button to load the most common parameters, finally, modify them as you wish. NOTE: for GS NEXT GEN INSTALLATION WITH SCIBA CHOOSE 8270. Following there are the parameters specifications:

HARDWARE CONNECTION

Selection based on the Pinsetter and Hardware type: NONE installations with 82/30/3000/45 or 82/70 with solid state chassis without modified APS or Brunswick A1/A2 and 82/70 uP without APS circuit. 1ST 2ND BALL SIGNAL, installations with pinsetters which have had a ball change button installed. APS on 82/70 Up or 82/90 First Generation and 82/30 pinsetters with Steltronic APS modified chassis. STRIKE/GUTTER OUT Enable the signal out (N.O. relays) only for Yangji pinsetters

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DISTANCE FOR SPEED

Measure the distance between the START photocell and the SPEED TRIGGER photocell, in centimetres. On standard installations using standard Sciba CCD's with both photocells mounted on the base plate the distance is 23cm.

PIN READ DELAY

Time, in seconds, that the Sciba CCD `waits' to take the picture from when the ball passes the START photocell. This parameter is not used when the Sciba CCD is not installed (because the pinsetter does not requie a camera). VIA MC2 bowling pinsetter: do not exceed 2.8 seconds or the pinsetter will not execute correctly the Strike and Gutter cycle.

START DISTANCE

Measure the distance between the pinsetter START photocell and the LAST ROW (7,8,9,10) in centimeters. In standard installations the distance is 396cm.

OFF DELAY

Time, in seconds, which the system `waits' before switching the pinsetter OFF from when the STOP GAME END sign appears on the lane monitor.

NO-TAP + 10TH FRAME RESPOT

NEVER no cycle to reset pinsetter in case of spare + non strike thrown in 10th frame. MODIFIED CYCLE is used with APS. Simulates a strike and avoids an unnecessary cycle. SECOND BALL EXTRA CYCLE DELAY time, in seconds, which passes between the 2nd ball light coming on and the pinsetter cycle signal being sent. DO NOT WAIT FOR 2ND BALL special cycle for KF3000 pinsetter. When enable, the time in 2nd ball extra cycle" starts the countdown from last trigger.

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A.P.I. FIRMWARE UPGRADE

· Contact Steltronic Customer Service (+39 030 2190830 or [email protected]) requiring the last API Software update compatible with your pinsetter. The Steltronic customer service will send a zipped file contained the BIN file for update. Copy the file onto Main Desk C drive and explode into a temporary directory WINS PROGRAM MUST RUN BEFORE TO PROCEED WITH NEXT STEPS. Open the folders PROGRAMS / STELTRONIC and launch the API FIRMWARE UPGRADE application.

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Dig. 8: A.P.I. software update utility · · Select the destination lanes from LANE LIST window Browse the folders to find the firmware file (bin file) (use the on GO button. A warning window will remind the following operations: lanes need to reboot before to begin the update. THE LANES REBOOTING IS AUTOMATICALLY. button to browse the C drive), then click

At the next start, the lane computer will load the new file and start the procedure to update the Strip-Retro device. On lane monitor, the procedure is displayed on blue screen. The lane computer must transfers 9 block on Strip-Retro, the operation require several minutes. At the end of the loading, the lane monitors will display the message "ALL OK, IN 20 SECONDS THE LANE WILL START" and the lane computer will restart by himself. The update operations are finished, now it' s possible to use the score.

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APPENDIX:

INTERFACING GSX PINSETTER INTERFACING SES 2003 PINSETTER INTERFACING XIMA PINSETTER INTERFACING YANGJIVISION PINSETTER INTERFACING ZD8800 PINSETTER

A.P.I. A0800xx series - Installation manual Interfacing BRUNSWICK GS NEXGEN PINSETTER

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1.0 1.1 2.0 3.0 4.0 GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT A.P.I. INSTALLATION GENERAL INSTALLATION NOTE A.P.I. A080 SERIES BOARDS LAYOUT INTERFACING GS NEXGEN PINSETTER A.P.I. SOFTWARE SETTINGS

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[1] GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT A.P.I. INSTALLATION

The A.P.I. is the latest Steltronic designed pinsetter interface and it has two boards, which are contained in one box. One A.P.I. controls one or two pinsetters (one pair of lanes). There is an A.P.I. for each type of interfaced pinsetter: · STANDARD [Series A065xxx]: interface for AMF 8230, 823000, 8245, 8270 (Solid State Chassis or Omni board), 8270 uP and 8290 First Generation (big chassis with LCD display), Vantage VPS2000, Brunswick A1/A2 and GS10 (with Red chassis, no game setter box, no-double cycle), Yangji Vision, VIA Bowling MC2, ZD8800 (Damfi)*, Xima pinsetter. This API requires the use of the Sciba.

*: with ZD8800 pinsetter is required the A092xxx series adapter.

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AMF8290XL [Series A067xxx]: interface for AMF 8290 XL (small chassis without LCD display) pinsetter. This API requires the use of the Sciba camera, it replace the AMF camera and the pinsetter original sensors are deactivated. Brunswick GS [Series A038xxx]: interface for Brunswick GS10, GS92 and GS98 with silver chassis, game setter box and double cycle (this depends on the EPROM settings in the Gamesetter box). The pins are detected via serial communication with game setter box. Sciba camera is NOT required. Brunswick GS NEXGEN [Series A080xxx]: interface for Brunswick NEXGEN PINSETTER. The pins are detected from the pinsetter switch. Sciba camera is NOT required. STRINGS pinsetters [series A047xxx]: interface for Vollmer, Vilati, Spellman, S.E.S. and S.E.S. 2003 string pinsetters. The pin detection is made via connection to pinsetter pin switches. Sciba camera is NOT required. FUNK [Series A062xxx]: interface for Funk KF3000 pinsetter. All the functions and pin detection are made via serial communication with pinsetter chassis. Sciba camera is NOT required.

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The CPU board is the " logic " part of the interface, it communicates with the lane computer via a serial connection. The interface firmware is installed onto local Flash memories and it can be updated via software from the Front Desk (min. Wins version 5.26.99 SR1 ). The pinsetter type selection is made using dip switches as well as through software. The I/O board constitutes the "physical interface" which changes depending on the type of pinsetter; the standard model has a "standard board" for AMF, Via MC2, Brunswick, VPS or GS10 (red chassis without game setter box), and a "full2" version for Yangji Vision pinsetters. WARNING! The CPU for String, Funk and GS10 type interface is NOT hardware compatible with the Standard or 8290XL type CPU. ALL models of A.P.I. use the CAB-Y-CA0092A cable to interface and receive power from the lane computer. All quotes for cables are in centimetres. All A.P.I. has outputs for control Bumpers, glow and standard pinsetter light,; output for connecting Foul line (on/off), Bar & mechanic call light, ball return and pinsetter wheel depends by A.P.I. model. Warning! AMF 8290 XL Small chassis pinsetter interface and BRUNSWICK GS NEXGEN interface required min. WINS 6.00, A.P.I. for Via MC2 and XIMA bowling pinsetter require WINS 6.1 or Wins 5.27 software version. The A.P.I is the latest Steltronic designed pinsetter interface, it has two boards which are contained in one box. One A.P.I. controls one or two pinsetters (one pair of lanes).

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Position the A.P.I. interface on or near the pinsetter curtain wall, keeping the connectors on the left to facilitate the installation. Remember that one interface could control 2 lanes. Attention! The cables which connects the A.P.I. to each pinsetters box is 350 centimetres long. Position a plastic cable run near the cable exit of the API, (about 4 x 2 cm or 1½ x 1 inches in size) to run the CAB-Y-CA0092A and FSAS9 cables through the ceiling to the bowler console interface and machines.

A.P.I. external box view

The CA0092A Cable is used to connect RS232 line and 12VDC from Lane computer and A.P.I. Connect the 9 pin connector to CN1 on A.P.I. and the Mate-N-Lock connector for 12 VDC to CN4 on A.P.I. The CAB-FSAS9A cable is used to connect RS232 and 12VDC from A.P.I. to B.C.I. (Bowler's Console Interface). Connect the 25 pin connector to CN2 on A.P.I. Both cables (CA0092A and FSAS9A) are used for connect all kind of A.P.I.

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[2.0] A.P.I. A08001A board layout

CN1 JP4 JP7 JP10 JP13 JP15 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 D16 D21 D22 D23 D24

RS232 to lane Computer ODD input signals ODD Speed sensor Bumper OUT (odd/even) Bar Call OUT (odd/even) Aux (1 & 2) FOUL PWR [OUT] AUX 1 [OUT] ODD MECC CALL [OUT] ODD BUMPER [OUT] BALL RETURN PWR [OUT] ODD INSTANT GLOW [OUT] EVEN MECC CALL [OUT] AUX 2 [OUT] EVEN BAR CALL [OUT] EVEN BUMPER [OUT] ODD BAR CALL [OUT] EVEN INSTANT GLOW [OUT] PIN 1 EVEN [IN] PIN 8 EVEN [IN] PIN 2 EVEN [IN] PIN 9 EVEN [IN]

CN2 JP5 JP8 JP11 JP14A

RS232 to Bowlers Console EVEN input signals EVEN Speed sensor Instant Glow (odd/even) Foul PWR OUT LED INDICATION PIN 3 EVEN [IN] PIN 10 EVEN [IN] EVEN TRIGGER [IN] PIN 4 EVEN [IN] EVEN FOUL [IN] PIN 5 EVEN [IN] PIN 6 EVEN[IN] EVEN PIN STROBE [IN] PIN 7 EVEN [IN] ND EVEN 2 BALL [IN] 5 V [IN] PIN 1 ODD [IN] PIN 8 ODD [IN] PIN 2 ODD [IN] PIN 9 ODD [IN] PIN 3 ODD [IN]

JP3 JP6 JP9 JP12 JP14B

+12 VDC in Shoevision IN Bumper switch IN Mecc Call OUT (odd/even) Ball Return PWR OUT

D25 D26 D27 D28 D29 D30 D31 D32 D33 D34 D35 D37 D38 D39 D40 D41

D42 D43 D44 D45 D46 D47 D48 D49 D50 D51 D53 D54 D55 D56

PIN 10 ODD [IN] ODD TRIGGER [IN] PIN 4 ODD [IN] ODD FOUL [IN] PIN 5 ODD [IN] PIN 6 ODD [IN] ODD PIN STROBE [IN] PIN 7 ODD [IN] ND ODD 2 BALL [IN] 5V [IN] ODD RESPOT [OUT] PINSETTER ON [OUT] EVEN RESPOT [OUT] PINSETTER ON [OUT]

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[3.0] Interfacing Brunswick GS NEXGEN pinsetter

1 = GS NEXGEN CONTROLLER BOX 3 = STELTRONIC A.P.I. A080 SERIES 5= STELTRONIC EVEN SPEED SENSOR 7 = STELTRONIC CA0139A cable (extension cable for ODD speed sensor) 9 = STELTRONIC CA0215C cable (pinsetter <> A.P.I. signal cable, ODD SIDE) · · · ·

2 = PINSETTER TRIGGER SENSORS 4 = STELTRONIC ODD SPEED SENSOR 6= REFLECTOR 8 = STELTRONIC CA0139B cable (extension cable for EVEN speed sensor) 10 = STELTRONIC CA0215D cable (pinsetter <> A.P.I. signal cable, EVEN SIDE)

A.P.I. could be installed on the Right lane pinsetter front panel. Lay the cable CA0125C from A.P.I. to ODD side of Brunswick GS NEXGEN controller box. Lay the cable CA0125D from A.P.I. to EVEN side of Brunswick GS NEXGEN controller box. The A.P.I. takes and send the signal (2nd Ball, trigger etc) from the controller box. The connection are in parallel of original cable. Steltronic CA0215C and CA0215D cables are "plug and play" with male and female connectors : a) remove the Brunswick cable connector from the controller box b) insert the male connector of Steltronic cable into the controller box connector c) insert the Brunswick cable connector to the female of Steltronic cable. For further detail see the next pages. Proceed installing the Steltronic Speed sensors and reflector. Set the A.P.I. parameters.

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WARNING: the Pinsetter cycle is provide by original Brunswick sensor. Steltronic A.P.I. detect the trigger signal in parallel from the Brunswick sensors only for speed calculation. Steltronic speed sensors are used for starting the ball speed calculating and for enabling the score pins counting. Speed sensors must be aligned and checked properly, Score could not count if the speed sensors are not aligned. PINSETTER MUST DETECT THE KNOCKED PINS EVEN IN SECOND BALL CYCLE

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GS NEXGEN control box side view (odd-even)

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CA0215C (ODD) ­ CA0215D (EVEN) CABLES

CN1 (DB 25 F)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 17 18 20 16

SIGNAL

PIN 1 PIN 2 PIN 3 PIN 4 PIN 5 PIN 6 PIN 7 PIN 8 PIN 9 PIN 10 GND 2nd BALL nd 2 BALL RESPOT PINSETTER ON PINSETTER ON RESPOT + 5 VDC TRIGGER GND + 5 VDC FOUL -

CN9 (Molex Mini-fit Dual Row 12 pins ­ Female)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

CN8 (Molex Mini-fit Dual Row, 12 pins ­ Male)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

CN2 (Molex Mini-fit Dual Row 4 pins ­ Female)

1 2 3

CN3 (Molex Mini-fit Dual Row, 4 pins ­ Male)

1 2 3

14

21 24 22 23 12 9 13 10 15 -

4 CN4 (Molex Mini-fit Dual Row 8 pins ­ Male)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

4 CN5 (Molex Mini-fit Dual Row, 8 pins ­ Female)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CN7 (Molex Mini-fit Dual Row 10 pins ­ Male)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

CN6 (Molex Mini-fit Dual Row,10 pins ­ Female)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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Installing Steltronic Speed Sensors

Place the speed sensor using the extension cableCA0139A (ODD LANE) and CA0139B (EVEN LANE). MINIMUM DISTANCE REQUIRED BETWEEN TWO SENSORS = 23-25 CENTIMETRES. WE SUGGEST 1 METER. The distance need to be set into the API parameters. The Steltronic speed sensors are used to calculating the ball speed and enabling the score counting. WARNING! IF SPEED SENSORS ARE NOT ALIGNED, THE SCORE WILL NOT COUNT!

Use the metal support for the sensor for maintain the planarity. If Bumpers interfere with sensor beam, place a ribbon or piece of wood under the metal support and reflector. A special optional kit is available.

Speed sensor installation

There is a RED LED behind each photocell: if the Red light is on the photocell is lined up, if the Red Led is off the photocell is not lined up. In order to correctly align the photocell, loosen the 4 screws on top of the photocell support and move the photocell, aiming at the reflector on the other side of the lane until the red led comes on. CAB-Y-CA0139A (odd lane) - CAB-Y-CA0139B (even lane)

extension cable for sensors

CONNECTOR CN1

Molex 3,96 series male

PIN

1 2 3

SIGNAL

VDD TRIGGER GND

CONNECTOR

CN2 Molex 3,96 series female

PIN

1 2 3

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[4.0] A.P.I. Software settings

WARNING: A.P.I. A080 series require min. wins version 6.0 with Superelex lane computer, Wins 5.27 version for Elex lane computer.

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From Main desk, login into WINS system, than click on Doctor ICON for open the SETUP menu..

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PINSETTER Click on INTERFACE button on the SETUP menu for

the pair of lanes you need to check and WAIT until the communication starts.

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First select BRUNSWICK GSX NEXGEN from Pinsetter choices, click on the SET DEFAULT button to load the most common parameters. If necessary, vary the parameters directly on the screen.

Following there are the parameters specifications:

HARDWARE CONNECTION For Brunswick GS NEXGEN pinsetter leave NONE DISTANCE FOR SPEED Measure the distance between the pinsetter trigger photocell and the STELTRONIC SPEED SENSORS, in centimetres. PIN READ DELAY Time, in seconds, that A.P.I `waits' to detect the pins from the pins switches, after the trigger signal from pinsetter sensor. The A.P.I. will send the pins detection to the score only if the ball speed signal was detect before pinsetter trigger. NOTE: the A.P.I. will add automatically 2 seconds to this parameter, the default settings (2) is good for most of installation. START DISTANCE - BALL RETURN POWER OFF DELAY ­ CYCLE AFTER PIN READ, 1 SCIBA PER LANE These parameters are not used leave ZERO where required and leave disable the selection tags. OFF DELAY Time, in seconds, which the system `waits' before switching the pinsetter OFF from when the STOP GAME END sign appears on the lane monitor. NO-TAP + 10TH FRAME RESPOT NEVER no cycle to reset pinsetter in case of spare + non strike thrown in 10th frame. SECOND BALL EXTRA CYCLE DELAY time, in seconds, which passes between the 2nd ball light coming on and the pinsetter cycle signal being sent. DO NOT WAIT FOR 2ND BALL leave disabled this tag with GS NEXGEN.

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A.P.I. FIRMWARE UPGRADE

The A.P.I. load the local software from Flash memory. A.P.I. software could be updated using the Firmware upgrade, independently by Wins version, from wins 5.26.99).

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Contact Steltronic Customer Service (+39 030 2190830 or [email protected]) requiring the last API Software update compatible with your pinsetter. The Steltronic customer service will send a zipped file contained the BIN file for update. Copy the file onto Main Desk C drive and explode into a temporary directory WINS PROGRAM MUST RUN BEFORE TO PROCEED WITH NEXT STEPS. Open the folders PROGRAMS / STELTRONIC and launch the API FIRMWARE UPGRADE application.

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A.P.I. software update utility · · Select the destination lanes from LANE LIST window Browse the folders to find the firmware file (bin file) (use the GO button. button to browse the C drive), then click on

A warning window will remind the following operations: lanes need to reboot before to begin the update. THE LANES REBOOTING IS AUTOMATICALLY.

At the next start, the lane computer will load the new file and start the procedure to update the A.P.I. On lane monitor, the procedure is displayed on blue screen. The lane computer must transfers 9 block on A.P.I., the operation require several minutes. At the end of the loading, the lane monitors will display the message "ALL OK, IN 20 SECONDS THE LANE WILL START" and the lane computer will restart by himself. The update operations are finished, now it' s possible to use the score.

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A.P.I. A047xxx series, installation manual S.E.S. 2003 pinsetter interfacing

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INDEX

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT A.P.I. INSTALLATION INSTALLATION NOTES A.P.I A047XXX SERIES BOARDS LAYOUT INTERFACING S.E.S.2003 PINSETTER CONTROL BOX INSTALLING STELTRONIC SPEED SENSOR CONNECTING THE ADD-ON BOARD A.P.I. SOFTWARE SETTINGS

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[1] GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT A.P.I. INSTALLATION

The A.P.I is the latest Steltronic designed pinsetter interface and it has two boards, which are contained in one box. One A.P.I. controls one or two pinsetters (one pair of lanes). There is an A.P.I. for each type of interfaced pinsetter: · STANDARD [Series A065xxx]: interface for AMF 8230, 823000, 8245, 8270 (Solid State Chassis or Omni board), 8270 uP and 8290 First Generation (big chassis with LCD display), Vantage VPS2000, Brunswick A1/A2 and GS10 (with Red chassis, no game setter box, no-double cycle), Yangji Vision, VIABowling MC2. This API requires the use of the Sciba camera. AMF8290XL [Series A067xxx]: interface for AMF 8290 XL (small chassis without LCD display) pinsetter. This API requires the use of the Sciba camera, it replace the AMF camera and the pinsetter original sensors are deactivated. Brunswick GS [Series A038xxx]: interface for Brunswick GS10, GS92 and GS98 with silver chassis, game setter box and double cycle (this depends on the EPROM settings in the Gamesetter box). The pins are detected via serial communication with game setter box. Sciba camera is NOT required. STRINGS pinsetters [series A047xxx]: interface for Vollmer, Vilati, Spellman, S.E.S. and S.E.S. 2003 string pinsetters. The pin detection is made via connection to pinsetter pin switches. Sciba camera is NOT required. FUNK [Series A062xxx]: interface for Funk KF3000 pinsetter. All the functions and pin detection are made via serial communication with pinsetter chassis. Sciba camera is NOT required.

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The CPU board is the " logic " part of the interface, it communicates with the lane computer via a serial connection. The interface firmware is installed onto local Flash memories and it can be updated via software from the Front Desk (min. Wins version 5.26.99 SR1 ). The pinsetter type selection is made using dip switches as well as through software. The I/O board constitutes the "physical interface" which changes depending on the type of pinsetter; the standard model has a "standard board" for AMF, Via MC2, Brunswick, VPS or GS10 (red chassis without game setter box), and a "full2" version for Yangji Vision pinsetters. WARNING! The CPU for String, Funk and GS10 type interface is NOT hardware compatible with the Standard or 8290XL type CPU. ALL models of A.P.I. use the CAB-Y-CA0092A cable to interface and receive power from the lane computer. All quotes for cables are in centimetres. All A.P.I. has outputs for control Bumpers, glow and standard pinsetter light,; output for connecting Foul line (on/off), Bar & mechanic call light, ball return and pinsetter wheel depends by A.P.I. model. Warning! AMF 8290 XL Small chassis pinsetter interface require min. WINS 6.00, A.P.I. for Via MC2 bowling pinsetter require WINS 6.1 software version.

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[2] INSTALLATION NOTES

Position the A.P.I. interface on or near the pinsetter curtain wall, keeping the connectors on the left to facilitate the installation. The API for String pinsetter doesn't require the Detection device. One interface could control 2 lanes. Attention! The cables which connects the A.P.I. to each pinsetters box is 3 meters long. Position a plastic cable run near the cable exit of the API, (about 4 x 2 cm or 1½ x 1 inches in size) to run the CAB-Y-CA0092A and FSAS9 cables through the ceiling to the bowler console interface and machines. BEFORE CONNECTING THE INTERFACE TO THE PINSETTERS VERIFY THAT THE JUMPER SETTINGS ARE CORRECT.

Dig. 1: A.P.I. box view

The CA0092A Cable is used to connect RS232 line and 12VDC from Lane computer and A.P.I. Connect the 9 pin connector to CN1 on A.P.I. and the Mate-N-Lock connector for 12 VDC to CN4 on A.P.I. The CAB-FSAS9A cable is used to connect RS232 and 12VDC from A.P.I. to B.C.I. (Bowler's Console Interface). Connect the 25 pin connector to CN2 on A.P.I. Both cables (CA0092A and FSAS9A) are used for connect all kind of A.P.I.

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[3] A.P.I A047XXX SERIES BOARDS LAYOUT

The device is divided in 3 boards: CPU, INTERFACE BOARD and ADD-ON board (to control bumpers, foul lights power, wood lamps, etc.)

Dig. 2: A.P.I. A047xxx series ­boards layout

S2 Dipswitch setting ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4 3 2 1 (X = not used - 0= off ­ 1=ON) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------X 0 1 0 SES 2003 settings

DIP 4 ON = DEBUG MODE (only for Steltronic test) Leds DS1 ON = 5 V OK DS2 ON = 12 V OK DS3 BLINKING = PROGRAM RUN. * Always ON: reset the CPU

Dig. 3: CPU layout

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Dig. 4: Interface board led description's

ODD PINSETTER

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 PIN 1 PIN 2 PIN 3 PIN 4 PIN 5 PIN 6 PIN 7 PIN 8 PIN 9 PIN 10 STROBE BALL SENSOR (TRIGGER) FOUL 2^ BALL + 24 VDC D22 D23 D24 D25 D26 D27 D28 D29 D30 D31 D32 D33 D34 D35 D36

EVEN PINSETTER

PIN 1 PIN 2 PIN 3 PIN 4 PIN 5 PIN 6 PIN 7 PIN 8 PIN 9 PIN 10 STROBE BALL SENSOR (TRIGGER) FOUL 2^ BALL + 24 VDC

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Dig. 5: jumpers selections

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[4] INTERFACING SES2003 PINSETTER CONTROL BOX

A: CAB-Y-CA0234A for ODD lane B: CAB-Y-CA0234B for EVEN lane C:CAB-Y-CA139A extension cable for ODD Speed Sensor D:CAB-Y-0139B extension cable for EVEN Speed Sensor

Dig. 6: interfacing SES 2003 schematic diagram

Dig. 7: boards connection view

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The SES 2003 pinsetter control box (chassy) provide a connector (B) for scoring system and ball sensors signal. The logic board is connected to the lamp signal board (A) where is possible to connect the pins, 2nd ball, strobe and foul signals. On logic control board there is also a 4 pin connector for 24 Volt. NOTE: All the connectors are screw terminals type.

Dig. 8: Pinsetter control box

Dig. 9: Pinsetter control box ­ details To connecting the pinsetter, lay each cable (CA0234A and CA0234B) from A.P.I. to each control box, than connect the wires like described in the following page:

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CA0234A and B CABLE

Dig. 10: CA0234A/B cable view. Cable length: 3 meter

CN1 (25 pin male connector) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 17 18 14 15 11 25 10 12 22 24 23 21 25 9

WIRE COLOUR WHITE YELLOW GRAY PINK BLUE WHITE - GREEN BROWN ­ GREEN WHITE ­ YELLOW WHITE ­ PINK BROWN ­ PINK BROWN WHITE ­ GRAY YELLOW ­ BROWN BLACK RED ­ BLUE RED WHITE ­ BLUE BROWN ­ BLUE GRAY- BROWN GRAY- PINK GREEN PURPLE

SIGNAL PIN 1 PIN 2 PIN 3 PIN 4 PIN 5 PIN 6 PIN 7 PIN 8 PIN 9 PIN 10 2nd BALL FOUL STROBE GND + 24Vdc + 24Vdc PINSETTER ON PINSETTER ON RESPOT RESPOT GND BALL SENSOR (TRIGGER)

LAMP SIGNAL BOARD (CN1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 16 LAMP SIGNAL BOARD (CN2) 1 3 4 POWER ON ­ CYCLE TRIGGER (CN3) 1 2 4 5 6 8

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[5] INSTALLING STELTRONIC SPEED SENSOR

The Steltronic speed sensors are used to calculating the ball speed and enabling the score counting. WARNING! IF SPEED SENSORS ARE NOT ALIGNED, THE SCORE WILL NOT COUNT!

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Place the speed sensor using the extension cableCA0139A (ODD LANE) and CA0139B (EVEN LANE). · MINIMUM DISTANCE REQUIRED BETWEEN TWO SENSORS = 23 CENTIMETRES. WE SUGGEST 1 METER. Set the distance into the API parameters.

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Dig. 11: speed sensor distance

Use the metal support for the sensor for maintain the planarity. If Bumpers interfere with sensor beam, place a ribbon or piece of wood under the metal support and reflector. A special optional kit is available.

Dig. 12: speed sensor installation

CAB-Y-CA0139A (odd lane) - CAB-Y-CA0139B (even lane)

Dig. 13: extension cable for sensors

CONNECTOR CN1

Molex 3,96 series male

PIN 1 2 3

SIGNAL VDD TRIGGER GND

CONNECTOR CN2

Molex 3,96 series female

PIN 1 2 3

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[6] CONNECTING THE ADD-ON BOARD

The ADD-ON MODULE is a board created especially to drive outputs for INSTANT GLOW, BUMPERS, BAR & MECHANIC CALL, FOUL and BALL RETURN POWER. The minimum Software version for CPU required is Y0. INSTANT GLOW works only with WINS 6.01 or 5.27 and the other features needs at least version WINS 5.26.99 SR1 or 5.26.99 SR2. Cables and connectors are optional (Phoenix combicon 2 pin p. 5.08 cod. 1757019, , Molex 3069 4 pin with locking ramp ) WARNING! The A.P.I. provide Normally Open LOW VOLTAGE/ LOW CURRENT DRY CONTACT RELAIS, do NOT connect directly to a device with more than 50V and 2A or the interface will be damaged...

Dig. 14: ADD-ON board view

INPUT- OUTPUT DESCRIPTION

JP3 JP4 JP5 JP6 JP7 ODD JP7 EVEN JP8 JP9 MECHANIC CALL OUTPUT INSTANT GLOW OUTPUT BUMPERS OUTPUT BAR CALL OUTPUT FOUL POWER OUTPUT BALL LIFT POWER OUTPUT AUX BUMPER INPUT (for UP SWITCH)

BAR and MECHANIC CALL OUTPUTS are used to connect external lamps to indicate to the mechanic or the barman when bowler needs help or service. The light will be switched ON when the bowler use the BAR CALL or MECHANIC CALL from bowler's console. To switch OFF the light, use WINS function from Main Desk or other workstation. FOUL POWER ON and BALL LIFT POWER ON are used to power ON and OFF the foul lines and ball lift near the approach area. Functions must be enabled into CNT settings in WINS (from version 5.26.99 sr2 or wins 6.00). INSTANT GLOW is used to switch the pinsetter lights from standard to glow, this command is available only from WINS 6.1. The BUMPERS output is used for two different kind of bumpers: a) BUMPERS with closed contact for all time input ­ the output contact will be closed for the entire period of the bumper cycle.

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b) BUMPERS with TOGGLE + UP signal ­ the output toggle the status (OPEN-CLOSE) depending by the UP SWITCH connected to JP7.

[7] A.P.I. SOFTWARE SETTINGS

· · · From Main Desk, login as SERVICE into WINS system. Click on Doctor icon. Click on A.P.I. icon .

Dig. 15: A.P.I. software settings · For SES 2003 pinsetter, if you don't find SES 2003 STRING choice, use SPELLMAN STRING from Pinsetter choices. · Click on SET DEFAULT button to load the default parameters. · Modify the parameters as needed. BUMPERS CONTROL SETTINGS: Default settings are for "signal close for the entire time" , like most of the bumpers (AMF, Qubica, Sabim, System 300...), and the API closes the bumper contact for all time that the bumper must stay UP. If it is necessary to change the parameter for toggle bumper (old Heddon bumper, for example), login as SERVICE and change the advanced parameter 15h. See the Wins installation manual for details.

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INDEX

1.0 1.1 2.0 3.0 4.0 GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT A.P.I. INSTALLATION GENERAL INSTALLATION NOTE A.P.I. A065 SERIES BOARDS LAYOUT INTERFACING XIMA PINSETTER A.P.I. SOFTWARE SETTINGS

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[1] GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT A.P.I. INSTALLATION

The A.P.I. is the latest Steltronic designed pinsetter interface and it has two boards, which are contained in one box. One A.P.I. controls one or two pinsetters (one pair of lanes). There is an A.P.I. for each type of interfaced pinsetter: · STANDARD [Series A065xxx]: interface for AMF 8230, 823000, 8245, 8270 (Solid State Chassis or Omni board), 8270 uP and 8290 First Generation (big chassis with LCD display), Vantage VPS2000, Brunswick A1/A2 and GS10 (with Red chassis, no game setter box, no-double cycle), Yangji Vision, VIA Bowling MC2, ZD8800 (Damfi)*, Xima pinsetter. This API requires the use of the Sciba.

*: with ZD8800 pinsetter is required the A092xxx series adapter.

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AMF8290XL [Series A067xxx]: interface for AMF 8290 XL (small chassis without LCD display) pinsetter. This API requires the use of the Sciba camera, it replace the AMF camera and the pinsetter original sensors are deactivated. Brunswick GS [Series A038xxx]: interface for Brunswick GS10, GS92 and GS98 with silver chassis, game setter box and double cycle (this depends on the EPROM settings in the Gamesetter box). The pins are detected via serial communication with game setter box. Sciba camera is NOT required. STRINGS pinsetters [series A047xxx]: interface for Vollmer, Vilati, Spellman, S.E.S. and S.E.S. 2003 string pinsetters. The pin detection is made via connection to pinsetter pin switches. Sciba camera is NOT required. FUNK [Series A062xxx]: interface for Funk KF3000 pinsetter. All the functions and pin detection are made via serial communication with pinsetter chassis. Sciba camera is NOT required.

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The CPU board is the " logic " part of the interface, it communicates with the lane computer via a serial connection. The interface firmware is installed onto local Flash memories and it can be updated via software from the Front Desk (min. Wins version 5.26.99 SR1 ). The pinsetter type selection is made using dip switches as well as through software. The I/O board constitutes the "physical interface" which changes depending on the type of pinsetter; the standard model has a "standard board" for AMF, Via MC2, Brunswick, VPS or GS10 (red chassis without game setter box), and a "full2" version for Yangji Vision pinsetters. WARNING! The CPU for String, Funk and GS10 type interface is NOT hardware compatible with the Standard or 8290XL type CPU. ALL models of A.P.I. use the CAB-Y-CA0092A cable to interface and receive power from the lane computer. All quotes for cables are in centimetres. All A.P.I. has outputs for control Bumpers, glow and standard pinsetter light,; output for connecting Foul line (on/off), Bar & mechanic call light, ball return and pinsetter wheel depends by A.P.I. model. Warning! AMF 8290 XL Small chassis pinsetter interface require min. WINS 6.00, A.P.I. for Via MC2 and XIMA bowling pinsetter require WINS 6.1 or Wins 5.27 software version. The A.P.I is the latest Steltronic designed pinsetter interface, it has two boards which are contained in one box. One A.P.I. controls one or two pinsetters (one pair of lanes).

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[1.1] INSTALLATION NOTES

Position the A.P.I. interface on or near the pinsetter curtain wall, keeping the connectors on the left to facilitate the installation. The API for String pinsetter doesn't require the Detection device. One interface could control 2 lanes. Attention! The cables which connects the A.P.I. to each pinsetters box is 3 meters long. Position a plastic cable run near the cable exit of the API, (about 4 x 2 cm or 1½ x 1 inches in size) to run the CAB-Y-CA0092A and FSAS9 cables through the ceiling to the bowler console interface and machines. BEFORE CONNECTING THE INTERFACE TO THE PINSETTERS VERIFY THAT THE JUMPER SETTINGS ARE CORRECT. The CA0092A Cable is used to connect RS232 line and 12VDC from Lane computer and A.P.I. Connect the 9 pin connector to CN1 on A.P.I. and the Mate-N-Lock connector for 12 VDC to CN4 on A.P.I. The CAB-FSAS9A cable is used to connect RS232 and 12VDC from A.P.I. to B.C.I. (Bowler's Console Interface). Connect the 25 pin connector to CN2 on A.P.I. Both cables (CA0092A and FSAS9A) are used for connect all kind of A.P.I.

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[2.0] A.P.I. A065XXX board layout

Is the API for AMF 8230/3000/45, AMF 8270 - AMF 8270 uP, 8290 First Generation Chassis, VPS2000, Brunswick A1/A2, Yangji Vision, Via bowling MC2, GS10 ( Red chassis) ZD8800, Xima pinsetter. This A.P.I. REQUIRE THE SCIBA INSTALLATION (see the chapter into the standard installation manual.)

LED indication

D1 D2 D3 D4 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 D16 D17 D18 D19 D20 ODD FOUL [IN] ODD SPEED [IN] ODD TRIGGER [IN] ND ODD 2 BALL [IN] ODD CHANGE BALL [OUT] ODD STRIKE [OUT] ODD GUTTER [OUT] ODD FOUL [OUT] ODD MGR ON [OUT] ODD MGR PRACT.[OUT] ODD BUMPER [OUT] INSTANT GLOW [OUT] ODD MAINT. CALL [OUT] EVEN FOUL [IN] EVEN SPEED [IN] EVEN TRIGGER [IN] ND EVEN 2 BALL [IN] EVEN CYCLE [OUT] EVEN CHANGE BALL [OUT] D21 D22 D23 D24 D25 D26 D27 D28 EVEN STRIKE [OUT] EVEN GUTTER [OUT] EVEN FOUL [OUT] EVEN MGR ON [OUT] EVEN MGR PRACT. [OUT] EVEN BUMPER [OUT] BAR CALL [OUT] EVEN MAINT. CALL [OUT]

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PIN IN/ OUT CONNECTORS DESCRIPTION

CN1 (rs232 for Lane computer) 2 Rx 3 Tx 5 Gnd CN3 (Sciba standard ) Vdd (+12) Odd Speed in Gnd Odd trigger in Even trigger in Even speed in RXD (rs232 line 1) TXD (rs232 line 2) Gnd CN5 1 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 CN14 (EVEN/ODD) CN15 1 2 1 2 CN11 (auxiliary Sciba or Even Single Sciba ) 1 Vdd (+12) 2 3 Gnd 4 5 Even trigger in 6 Even speed in 7 RXD (rs232 line 2) 8 TXD (rs232 line 2) 9 Gnd CN2 (rs232 for B.C.I.) 10-11 Vdd (+12) 14-15 Rx1 18-19 Tx1 13-24-25 Gnd 1 2 3 4 CN12 Vdd (+12) Odd Shoes In Even shoes In Gnd

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CN6 (EVEN/ODD)

CN7 (EVEN/ODD)

CN8 (EVEN/ODD) CN9 (EVEN/ODD) CN10 (EVEN/ODD)

CN13 (ODD)

CN13 (EVEN)

Instant glow OUTPUT Instant glow OUTPUT Foul signal INPUT (parallel to foul light) Foul signal INPUT (parallel to foul light) nd nd 2 ball signal INPUT (parallel to 2 ball light) nd nd 2 ball signal INPUT (parallel to 2 ball light) Pinsetter ON (parallel to MGR switch) Pinsetter ON (parallel to MGR switch) Pinsetter practice (GND to pinsetter) th Pinsetter CYCLE (parallel to 10 frame switch) th Pinsetter CYCLE (parallel to 10 frame switch) Aps Clock + Aps Clock Aps Data + Aps Data Bumper OUTPUT Bumper OUTPUT Maintenance OUTPUT Maintenance OUTPUT Odd BAR CALL OUTPUT Odd BAR CALL OUTPUT Foul light power OUTPUT ( odd Strike out for MC2 / ZD8800) Foul light power OUTPUT ( odd Strike out for MC2 / ZD8800) Odd Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (odd Gutter out for MC2 / ZD/XIMA) Odd Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (odd Gutter out for MC2 / ZD/XIMA) Even BAR CALL OUTPUT Even BAR CALL OUTPUT Ball Return power OUTPUT ( Even Strike out for MC2/ ZD/XIMA) Ball return power OUTPUT ( Even Strike out for MC2 / ZD/XIMA) Even Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (even Gutter out for MC2 / ZD/XIMA) Even Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (even Gutter out for MC2 / ZD/XIMA) st nd 1 2 Change ball OUTPUT st nd 1 2 Change ball OUTPUT Bar Call OUTPUT Bar Call OUTPUT

N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact 12-24 AC/DC 12-24 AC/DC 12-24 AC/DC 12-24 AC/DC N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact GND to pinsetters N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact APS code APS code APS code APS code N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact

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[3.0] Interfacing XIMA pinsetter

A = CAB-Y-CA254A Scoring system signal cable (ODD pinsetter) B = CAB-Y-CA254B Scoring system signal cable (EVEN pinsetter)

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Set the A.P.I. input jumpers for 24V input (2nd ball and foul). Lay the cable CA0254A from A.P.I. to ODD Xima pinsetter, to Score and Masking connector. Lay the cable CA0254B from A.P.I. to EVEN Xima pinsetter, to Score and Masking connector. Place the Sciba like the standard installation. The connectors for scoring/masking unit interfacing are supplied by XIMA pinsetter vendor. Steltronic will provide the cables CAB-Y-CA0254A and CAB-Y-CA0254B with A.P.I. connectors only, the connection must be completed by installers .

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XIMA wiring and pinout notes

Hook-up legend: 1. 1st ball out (24VDC) to mask light 2. 2nd ball out to mask light 3. Not used 4. Not used 5. Common output to scoring, foul and 2nd ball signal 6. Not used 7. Common input from scoring (power on, strike, cycle and gutter) 8. Foul output to scoring 9. 2nd ball output to scoring 10. Cycle input from scoring (use with 7) 11. Strike input from scoring (use with 7) 12. Gutter input from scoring (use with 7) -for sweep reverse 13. Machine on input from scoring (use with 7) 14. Common (o volts) to mask lights

The PLC in the Xima machine looks for switch closure for machine control from scoring. Machine won't cycle until the cycle switch closure opens.

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Dig. 5: A.P.I. ODD MC2 pinsetter interfacing

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CAB-Y-CA0254A ­ CAB-Y-CA254B cables

Phoenix Connector

CN1 Phoenix Combicon Female

PIN 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6

SIGNAL Foul input Foul input 2nd ball input 2nd ball input Pinsetter ON Output Pinsetter ON Output Pinsetter CYCLE Output Pinsetter CYCLE Output Strike Output Strike Output Gutter Output Gutter Output

WIRE COLOUR Brown Yellow Yellow White Blue Green Green Red Grey Green Green Pink

XIMA CONNECTOR 8 5 5 9 13 7 7 10 11 7 7 12

CN2 Phoenix Combicon Female

CN3 Phoenix Combicon Female

COLOR code: DIN 47100

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[4.0] A.P.I. Software settings

· · · · From Main desk, login as SERVICE into WINS system. Click on Doctor ICON. Click on A.P.I. icon .

First check the EPROM version: XIMA pinsetter need at least FF version. If the A.P.I. software version is previous lower than FF, proceed with A.P.I. Firmware upgrade, like explained on the following pages.

The XIMA pinsetter use the same settings of VIA Bowling pinsetter.

·First select VIA BOWLING from Pinsetter choices. · Click on SET DEFAULT button to load the default parameters. · Verify that Hardware connection is Strike/Gutter out and 10th Frame Respot is Modified cycle. · Adjust the Pin read delay, if necessary, but do not exceed 2.8 seconds or the pinsetter will not execute correctly the Strike and Gutter cycle.

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A.P.I. Firmware Upgrade

· Contact Steltronic Customer Service (+39 030 2190830 or [email protected]) requiring the last API Software update compatible with your pinsetter. The Steltronic customer service will send a zipped file contained the BIN file for update. Copy the file onto Main Desk C drive and explode into a temporary directory WINS PROGRAM MUST RUN BEFORE TO PROCEED WITH NEXT STEPS. Open the folders PROGRAMS / STELTRONIC and launch the API FIRMWARE UPGRADE application.

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Dig. 8: A.P.I. software update utility · · Select the destination lanes from LANE LIST window Browse the folders to find the firmware file (bin file) (use the button to browse the C drive), then click on

GO button.

A warning window will remind the following operations: lanes need to reboot before to begin the update. THE LANES REBOOTING IS AUTOMATICALLY.

At the next start, the lane computer will load the new file and start the procedure to update the Strip-Retro device. On lane monitor, the procedure is displayed on blue screen. The lane computer must transfers 9 block on Strip-Retro, the operation require several minutes. At the end of the loading, the lane monitors will display the message "ALL OK, IN 20 SECONDS THE LANE WILL START" and the lane computer will restart by himself. The update operations are finished, now it' s possible to use the score.

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General installation notes

Position the A.P.I. interface on or near the pinsetter curtain wall, keeping the connectors on the left to facilitate the installation. Attention! The cable which connects the Sciba Ii camera, when present is 9 meters long. Position a plastic cable run near the cable exit of the API, (about 4 x 2 cm or 1½ x 1 inches in size) to run the CAB-Y-CA0092A and FSAS9 cables through the ceiling to the bowler console interface and machines. BEFORE CONNECTING THE INTERFACE TO THE PINSETTERS VERIFY THAT THE JUMPER SETTINGS ARE CORRECT.

Dig. 1: A.P.I. box view

The CA0092A Cable is used to connect RS232 line and 12VDC from Lane computer and A.P.I. Connect the 9 pin connector to CN1 on A.P.I., the Mate-N-Lock connector for 12 VDC to CN4 on A.P.I. The CAB-FSAS9A cable is used to connect RS232 and 12VDC from A.P.I. to B.C.I. (bowler's console Interface). Connect the 25 pin connector to CN2 on A.P.I. Both cables (CA0092A and FSAS9A) are use for connect all king of A.P.I.

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A.P.I. A065 series board layout

Is the API for AMF 8230/3000/45, AMF 8270 S.S.C. (Solid State Chassis or Omni board), AMF 8270 uP, 8290 First Generation Chassis, VPS2000, Brunswick A1/A2, Yangji Vision, Via bowling MC2, GS10 (with Red chassis, no game setter box, no-double cycle). This A.P.I. REQUIRE THE SCIBA INSTALLATION (see the chapter at page..)

Dig 2: API A065 series layout

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D1 D4 D7 D10 D13 D16 D19 D22 D25 D28 ODD FOUL [IN] ND ODD 2 BALL [IN] ODD STRIKE [OUT] ODD MGR ON [OUT] INSTANT GLOW [OUT] EVEN SPEED [IN] EVEN CYCLE [OUT] EVEN GUTTER [OUT] EVEN MGR PRACTICE [OUT] EVEN MAINT. CALL [OUT] D2 D5 D8 D11 D14 D17 D20 D23 D26 ODD SPEED [IN] ODD CYCLE [OUT] ODD GUTTER [OUT] ODD MGR PRACTICE [OUT] ODD MAINT. CALL [OUT] EVEN TRIGGER [IN] EVEN CHANGE BALL [OUT] EVEN FOUL [OUT] EVEN BUMPER [OUT] D3 D6 D9 D12 D15 D18 D21 D24 D27 ODD TRIGGER [IN] ODD CHANGE BALL [OUT] ODD FOUL [OUT] ODD BUMPER [OUT] EVEN FOUL [IN] ND EVEN 2 BALL [IN] EVEN STRIKE [OUT] EVEN MGR ON [OUT] BAR CALL [OUT]

PIN IN/ OUT CONNECTORS DESCRIPTION

CN1 (rs232 for Lane computer) 2 Rx 3 Tx 5 Gnd CN3 (Sciba standard ) Vdd (+12) Odd Speed in Gnd Odd trigger in Even trigger in Even speed in RXD (rs232 line 1) TXD (rs232 line 2) Gnd CN5 1 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 1 2 CN11 (auxiliary Sciba ) 1 Vdd (+12) 2 3 Gnd 4 5 Even trigger in 6 Even speed in 7 RXD (rs232 line 2) 8 TXD (rs232 line 2) 9 Gnd CN2 (rs232 for B.C.I.) 10-11 Vdd (+12) 14-15 Rx1 18-19 Tx1 13-24-25 Gnd 1 2 3 4 CN12 Vdd (+12) Odd Shoes In Even shoes In Gnd

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CN6 (EVEN/ODD)

CN7 (EVEN/ODD)

CN8 (EVEN/ODD) CN9 (EVEN/ODD) CN10 (EVEN/ODD)

CN13 (ODD)

CN13 (EVEN)

CN14 (EVEN/ODD) CN15

Instant glow OUTPUT Instant glow OUTPUT Foul signal INPUT (parallel to foul light) Foul signal INPUT (parallel to foul light) nd nd 2 ball signal INPUT (parallel to 2 ball light) nd nd 2 ball signal INPUT (parallel to 2 ball light) Pinsetter ON (parallel to MGR switch) Pinsetter ON (parallel to MGR switch) Pinsetter practice (GND to pinsetter) th Pinsetter CYCLE (parallel to 10 frame switch) th Pinsetter CYCLE (parallel to 10 frame switch) Aps Clock + Aps Clock Aps Data + Aps Data Bumper OUTPUT Bumper OUTPUT Maintenance OUTPUT Maintenance OUTPUT Odd BAR CALL OUTPUT Odd BAR CALL OUTPUT Foul light power OUTPUT ( odd Strike out for MC2) Foul light power OUTPUT ( odd Strike out for MC2) Odd Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (odd Gutter out for MC2) Odd Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (odd Gutter out for MC2) Even BAR CALL OUTPUT Even BAR CALL OUTPUT Ball Return power OUTPUT ( Even Strike out for MC2) Ball return power OUTPUT ( Even Strike out for MC2) Even Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (even Gutter out for MC2) Even Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (even Gutter out for MC2) st nd 1 2 Change ball OUTPUT st nd 1 2 Change ball OUTPUT Bar Call OUTPUT Bar Call OUTPUT

N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact 12-24 AC/DC 12-24 AC/DC 12-24 AC/DC 12-24 AC/DC N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact GND to pinsetters N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact APS code APS code APS code APS code N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact

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Interfacing Yangjivision pinsetters

RED = A.P.I. A065 series (pinsetter interface BLUE= CONTROL BOX/SCORE CABLE (supplied by Yangji) GREEN= 2nd ball light cable BLACK= 4 wires foul cable

Dig. 3: Via MC2 connection · · · · · Set the A.P.I. input jumpers for 24V input (2nd ball), check the output for Foul signal (max 24V) and adfjust the jumpers. Lay a cable with 4 wire (0,35 mm2 gauge) from foul line to A.P.I for connecting the foul line signal to the score. see dig. 5 for details. BE SURE THE FO The Control box <> Score cable is supplied by Yangji company. Lay this cable Yangjivision Pinsetter Control box to A.P.I, place the A.P.I. connector like describe in the Dig. 6. Lay a 2 wire cable from 2nd ball light (even and Odd) to A.P.I. and connecting like describe in dig. 5. Place the Sciba like the standard installation.

Dig. 4: Yangji Interfacing Scoring cable

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Dig. 5: A.P.I. Foul and 2

nd

ball connection with Yangji pinsetters. WARNING! FOUL LIGHT SIGNAL MAX 24V!!

Dig. 6: A.P.I. Cycle. Power on, Strike + gutter connection with Yangji pinsetters.

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A.P.I. Software settings

WARNING!! POWER OFF THE PINSETTER BEFORE PROCEED WITH A.P.I. SETTINGS, PINSETTER COULD MAKE A WRONG CYCLE IF THE PINSETTER MODEL IS NOT SELECTED. · From Main desk, login as SERVICE into WINS system. · · Click on Doctor ICON. Click on A.P.I. icon .

Dig. 7: A.P.I. software settings ·First select YANGJI from Pinsetter choices. · Click on SET DEFAULT button to load the default parameters. · Verify that Hardware connection is Strike/Gutter out and 10th Frame Respot is Modified cycle. · Adjust the Pin read delay if necessary , but do not exceed 2.8 seconds or the pinsetter will not execute correctly the Strike and Gutter cycle.

A.P.I. A065 series ­ installation manual Interfacing ZD8800 Pinsetter

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INDEX

1.0 1.1 2.0 3.0 4.0 GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT A.P.I. INSTALLATION GENERAL INSTALLATION NOTE A.P.I. A065 SERIES BOARDS LAYOUT INTERFACING ZD8800 PINSETTER A.P.I. SOFTWARE SETTINGS

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[1] GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT A.P.I. INSTALLATION

The A.P.I. is the latest Steltronic designed pinsetter interface and it has two boards, which are contained in one box. One A.P.I. controls one or two pinsetters (one pair of lanes). There is an A.P.I. for each type of interfaced pinsetter: · STANDARD [Series A065xxx]: interface for AMF 8230, 823000, 8245, 8270 (Solid State Chassis or Omni board), 8270 uP and 8290 First Generation (big chassis with LCD display), Vantage VPS2000, Brunswick A1/A2 and GS10 (with Red chassis, no game setter box, no-double cycle), Yangji Vision, VIABowling MC2, ZD8800 (Damfi). This API requires the use of the Sciba. WARNING: with ZD8800 pinsetter is required the A092xxx series adapter. AMF8290XL [Series A067xxx]: interface for AMF 8290 XL (small chassis without LCD display) pinsetter. This API requires the use of the Sciba camera, it replace the AMF camera and the pinsetter original sensors are deactivated. Brunswick GS [Series A038xxx]: interface for Brunswick GS10, GS92 and GS98 with silver chassis, game setter box and double cycle (this depends on the EPROM settings in the Gamesetter box). The pins are detected via serial communication with game setter box. Sciba camera is NOT required. STRINGS pinsetters [series A047xxx]: interface for Vollmer, Vilati, Spellman, S.E.S. and S.E.S. 2003 string pinsetters. The pin detection is made via connection to pinsetter pin switches. Sciba camera is NOT required. FUNK [Series A062xxx]: interface for Funk KF3000 pinsetter. All the functions and pin detection are made via serial communication with pinsetter chassis. Sciba camera is NOT required.

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The CPU board is the " logic " part of the interface, it communicates with the lane computer via a serial connection. The interface firmware is installed onto local Flash memories and it can be updated via software from the Front Desk (min. Wins version 5.26.99 SR1 ). The pinsetter type selection is made using dip switches as well as through software. The I/O board constitutes the "physical interface" which changes depending on the type of pinsetter; the standard model has a "standard board" for AMF, Via MC2, Brunswick, VPS or GS10 (red chassis without game setter box), and a "full2" version for Yangji Vision pinsetters. WARNING! The CPU for String, Funk and GS10 type interface is NOT hardware compatible with the Standard or 8290XL type CPU. ALL models of A.P.I. use the CAB-Y-CA0092A cable to interface and receive power from the lane computer. All quotes for cables are in centimetres. All A.P.I. has outputs for control Bumpers, glow and standard pinsetter light,; output for connecting Foul line (on/off), Bar & mechanic call light, ball return and pinsetter wheel depends by A.P.I. model. Warning! AMF 8290 XL Small chassis pinsetter interface require min. WINS 6.00, A.P.I. for Via MC2 bowling pinsetter require WINS 6.1 software version. The A.P.I is the latest Steltronic designed pinsetter interface, it has two boards which are contained in one box. One A.P.I. controls one or two pinsetters (one pair of lanes).

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[1.1] INSTALLATION NOTES

Position the A.P.I. interface on or near the pinsetter curtain wall, keeping the connectors on the left to facilitate the installation. The API for String pinsetter doesn't require the Detection device. One interface could control 2 lanes. Attention! The cables which connects the A.P.I. to each pinsetters box is 3 meters long. Position a plastic cable run near the cable exit of the API, (about 4 x 2 cm or 1½ x 1 inches in size) to run the CAB-Y-CA0092A and FSAS9 cables through the ceiling to the bowler console interface and machines. BEFORE CONNECTING THE INTERFACE TO THE PINSETTERS VERIFY THAT THE JUMPER SETTINGS ARE CORRECT.

Dig. 1: A.P.I. box view

The CA0092A Cable is used to connect RS232 line and 12VDC from Lane computer and A.P.I. Connect the 9 pin connector to CN1 on A.P.I. and the Mate-N-Lock connector for 12 VDC to CN4 on A.P.I. The CAB-FSAS9A cable is used to connect RS232 and 12VDC from A.P.I. to B.C.I. (Bowler's Console Interface). Connect the 25 pin connector to CN2 on A.P.I. Both cables (CA0092A and FSAS9A) are used for connect all kind of A.P.I.

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[2.0] A.P.I. A065XXX board layout

Is the API for AMF 8230/3000/45, AMF 8270 S.S.C. (Solid State Chassis or Omni board), AMF 8270 uP, 8290 First Generation Chassis, VPS2000, Brunswick A1/A2, Yangji Vision, Via bowling MC2, GS10 (with Red chassis, no game setter box, no-double cycle), ZD8800 pinsetter. This A.P.I. REQUIRE THE SCIBA INSTALLATION (see the chapter at page..)

Dig 2: API A065 series layout

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ODD SPEED [IN] ODD CYCLE [OUT] ODD GUTTER [OUT] ODD MGR PRACTICE [OUT] ODD MAINT. CALL [OUT] EVEN TRIGGER [IN] EVEN CHANGE BALL [OUT] EVEN FOUL [OUT] EVEN BUMPER [OUT] D3 D6 D9 D12 D15 D18 D21 D24 D27 ODD TRIGGER [IN] ODD CHANGE BALL [OUT] ODD FOUL [OUT] ODD BUMPER [OUT] EVEN FOUL [IN] ND EVEN 2 BALL [IN] EVEN STRIKE [OUT] EVEN MGR ON [OUT] BAR CALL [OUT]

PIN IN/ OUT CONNECTORS DESCRIPTION

CN1 (rs232 for Lane computer) 2 Rx 3 Tx 5 Gnd CN3 (Sciba standard ) Vdd (+12) Odd Speed in Gnd Odd trigger in Even trigger in Even speed in RXD (rs232 line 1) TXD (rs232 line 2) Gnd CN5 1 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 1 2 CN11 (auxiliary Sciba or Even Single Sciba ) 1 Vdd (+12) 2 3 Gnd 4 5 Even trigger in 6 Even speed in 7 RXD (rs232 line 2) 8 TXD (rs232 line 2) 9 Gnd CN2 (rs232 for B.C.I.) 10-11 Vdd (+12) 14-15 Rx1 18-19 Tx1 13-24-25 Gnd 1 2 3 4 CN12 Vdd (+12) Odd Shoes In Even shoes In Gnd

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CN6 (EVEN/ODD)

CN7 (EVEN/ODD)

CN8 (EVEN/ODD) CN9 (EVEN/ODD) CN10 (EVEN/ODD)

CN13 (ODD)

CN13 (EVEN)

CN14 (EVEN/ODD) CN15

Instant glow OUTPUT Instant glow OUTPUT Foul signal INPUT (parallel to foul light) Foul signal INPUT (parallel to foul light) nd nd 2 ball signal INPUT (parallel to 2 ball light) nd nd 2 ball signal INPUT (parallel to 2 ball light) Pinsetter ON (parallel to MGR switch) Pinsetter ON (parallel to MGR switch) Pinsetter practice (GND to pinsetter) th Pinsetter CYCLE (parallel to 10 frame switch) th Pinsetter CYCLE (parallel to 10 frame switch) Aps Clock + Aps Clock Aps Data + Aps Data Bumper OUTPUT Bumper OUTPUT Maintenance OUTPUT Maintenance OUTPUT Odd BAR CALL OUTPUT Odd BAR CALL OUTPUT Foul light power OUTPUT ( odd Strike out for MC2 / ZD8800) Foul light power OUTPUT ( odd Strike out for MC2 / ZD8800) Odd Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (odd Gutter out for MC2 / ZD8800) Odd Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (odd Gutter out for MC2 / ZD8800) Even BAR CALL OUTPUT Even BAR CALL OUTPUT Ball Return power OUTPUT ( Even Strike out for MC2/ ZD8800) Ball return power OUTPUT ( Even Strike out for MC2 / ZD8800) Even Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (even Gutter out for MC2 / ZD8800) Even Back end motor pwr OUTPUT (even Gutter out for MC2 / ZD8800) st nd 1 2 Change ball OUTPUT st nd 1 2 Change ball OUTPUT Bar Call OUTPUT Bar Call OUTPUT

N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact 12-24 AC/DC 12-24 AC/DC 12-24 AC/DC 12-24 AC/DC N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact GND to pinsetters N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact APS code APS code APS code APS code N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact N.O. relays contact

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[3.0] Interfacing ZD8800 pinsetter

Dig. 3: A.P.I. <> ZD8800 interfacing

Per collegare le macchine ZD8800 allo Score si utilizza la A.P.I. standard serie A065 con aggiunta l' interfaccia d' adattamento A09201A che provvede al collegamento seriale (via Rs232) con lo chassis ZD8800 per la gestione di ACCENSIONE/SPEGNIMENTO ­ CICLO GUTTER- CICLO STRIKE. L' interfaccia A09201A è collegata alla A.P.I. da cui riceve i segnali e tramite un cavo di adattamento l' alimentazione (12VDC) in linea dalla Centralina piste. L' interfaccia A.P.I. è collegata al FRONT END BOX per l' invio del ciclo (chiusura contatto N.O.) e per il collegamento die segnali di 2nda Palla e Fallo prelevati in parallelo all' uscita del Front End box e dalla linea di fallo. L' interfaccia A.P.I. serie A065 e A09201A permettono il Collegamento di una coppia di piste. A = CAB-Y-CA0252A cablaggio Seriale collegamento Interfaccia A09201A <> Chassis ZD8800 B = CAB-Y-CA0192A C = CAB-Y-CA0192B D = CAB-Y-CA0251A E = CAB-Y-CA0250A cablaggio segnali Macchina (2nd Ball, Foul) pista sinistra cablaggio segnali Macchina (2nd Ball, Foul) pista destra cablaggio Start cycle (sinistra/destra) via Front End box. cablaggio "splitter" 12VDC A.P.I. <> Inter. A09201A

F = CAB-Y-CA0249A cablaggio Segnali Strike\Gutter\Mgr\ Sx e DX A.P.I. <> Intr. A09201A · · Settare I Jumpers A.P.I. per un input APS (per 2nd ball), 12VDC per Fallo ). Installare lo Sciba (vedi manuale di installazione per dettagli).

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Dig. 4: 12 VDC connection for A09201A and A.P.I. JP1 = 12 VDC IN (pin 1 + , pin 2 -) P1 = Serial Port JP2 = Score signal INPUT fro A.P.I. (Gutter\Strike Even-Odd)

to ZD8800 Chassis

Per alimentare l' apparecchiatura A09201A utilizzare il cavo CAB-Y-CA0250A interponendolo tra la A.P.I. ed il cavo CAB-Y-CA0092A che arriva dalla Centralina Piste (vedi dig. 5)

CAB-Y-CA0250A

Dig. 5: CAB-Y-CA0250A view J1 ­AMP MATE-N-LOK 2 PIN - FEMALE with male contact J2­AMP MATE-N-LOK 2 PIN - MALE with female contact J3 ­AMP MATE-N-LOK 2 PIN - MALE with female contact

1 2

1 2

1 2

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Dig. 6: A09201A <> A.P.I. <> ZD8800 Chassis and Front End Box connection view.

I cablaggi (prefisso CAB-Y-) CA0251A, CA0249A e CA0252A sono dotati di connettori da ambo i lati. Il cavo CA0252A è reversibile. I cablaggi CA0192A (pista ODD) e CA0192B (pista EVEN) sono collegati in parallelo alle uscite MASK (DB9) della Front End Box ed alla linea di fallo in entrata (vedi schema pagina seguente).

Dig. 7: ZD8800 Front End Box - Top view

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CAB-Y-CA0192A ­ CAB-Y-CA0192B

Dig. 8: CAB-Y-CA0192A/B view J1 (CN6 Odd & Even) (Phoenix Combicon Female cod. 17 57 03 5) PIN 1 2 3 4 SIGNAL Foul Foul nd 2 ball signal nd 2 ball signal WIRE COLOUR (wire gauge: 0,35mm2) WHITE BROWN GREEN YELLOW FRONT END BOX Odd/Even Foul signal 12V input Odd/Even Foul signal 12V input Pin 8 of DB9 (even/odd Mask) Pin 9 of DB9 (even(odd Mask)

CAB-Y-CA0252A

Dig. 9: CAB-Y-CA0252A view J1 (DB9 female) SIGNAL J2 (db9 female)

2 3 5

RX TX GND (+ shield)

3 2 5

CAB-Y-CA0251A

Dig. 10: CAB-Y-CA0251A view Phoenix Connector J1 ­ ( CN7 ODD) Phoenix Combicon Female cod. 1757019 J2 ­ (CN7 EVEN) Phoenix Combicon Female cod. 1757019 PIN SIGNAL Molex 3069 with loked ramp

1 2 1 2

Odd trigger + 12 Even trigger + 12

3 4 2 4

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CAB-Y-CA0249A

Dig. 11: CAB-Y-CA0249A view Phoenix Connector J5 ­ CN7 ODD Phoenix Combicon Female cod. 1757022 J3 ­ CN7 EVEN Phoenix Combicon Female cod. 1757022 PIN 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 SIGNAL ODD MGR ODD MGR (COMMON) EVEN MGR EVEN MGR (COMMON) ODD STRIKE ODD STRIKE (COMMON) ODD GUTTER (COMMON) ODD GUTTER EVEN STRIKE EVEN STRIKE (COMMON) EVEN GUTTER (COMMON) EVEN GUTTER J1 - AMP MODU II Female 24 Pin Dual line 1 23 (ODD COMMON) 2 24 (EVEN COMMON) 5 23 (ODD COMMON) 23 (ODD COMMON) 3 6 24 (EVEN COMMON) 24 (EVEN COMMON) 4

J4 ­ CN13 ODD Phoenix Combicon Female cod. 1757051

J2 ­ CN13 EVEN Phoenix Combicon Female cod. 1757051

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[4.0] A.P.I. software settings

WARNING!! POWER OFF THE PINSETTER BEFORE PROCEED WITH A.P.I. SETTINGS, PINSETTER COULD MAKE A WRONG CYCLE IF THE PINSETTER MODEL IS NOT SELECTED. · · From Main desk, login into WINS system. Click on Doctor ICON, then on A.P.I. icon .

Dig. 12: A.P.I. software settings ·First select VIA BOWLING from Pinsetter choices. · Click on SET DEFAULT button to load the default parameters. · Verify that Hardware connection is Strike/Gutter out and 10th Frame Respot is Modified cycle. · Adjust the Pin read delay if necessary , but do not exceed 2.8 seconds or the pinsetter will not execute correctly the Strike and Gutter cycle.

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