Electrocoin

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The Electrocoin standard was introduced before Jamma (Japanese Arcade Machine Manufacturers Association) to allow various games to be connected to generic cabinets such as Silverline and Goliaths. They use the same 28 way connector, but the designations are different. Pins 16 and 18 were 3 player and 4 player start buttons, and were superseded when 3 button games became popular. Pins 14 and 20 were free, but were used by us to allow for easy servicing of games.

ELECTROCOIN STANDARD CONNECTOR CHART
Underside
Ground
Ground
+5V
+5V
+12V
-5V
Not used
-12V
Keyway
Speaker 1
Speaker 1
Speaker 2
Player 2 Up
Speaker 2
Player 2 Right
Player 2 Button 1
Player 2
Player 2 Button 2
Player 2 Left
(Horizontal Sync)
Player 2 Start
Video Red
Video Green
Video Blue
Video Sync
Ground
Ground
Ground

References

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