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Voltage The Voltage range of the C120 is typically 12vDC but will function from 11vDC - 24vDC (=/-10%) It is necessary to ensure that voltage is maintained above 11vDC as low voltage will cause coin mechanism malfunction. Coins may or may not be accepted accurately. Dip-switches: Up to 12 different tokens and/or coins can be programmed into two banks of channels: 1 - 6 and 7 - 12. The banks are easy to select by utilising the 4-way dip-switch settings located on the coin mechanism's PCB. Bank 1 : Switch 1 = On Switch 2 = Off Bank 2 : Switch 1 = Off Switch 2 = On All 12 channels (1 - 6, 7 - 12), can be inhibited by utilising the 6-way dip-switch settings on the PCB. Block Channel 1 & 7 = Dip-switch 1 On Block Channel 2 & 8 = Dip-switch 2 On Block Channel 3 & 9 = Dip-switch 3 On Block Channel 4 & 10 = Dip-switch 4 On Block Channel 5 & 11 = Dip-switch 5 On Block Channel 6 & 12 = Dip-switch 6 On Coin to Channel Programming Using the Mektek PC and Hand-held Programmer based software application and adapter panel, the C120 coin mechanism (and others), can be programmed for different coin types and channel output mapping, making it easily adaptable world-wide. Pre-programmed "coin-set" files allow for channel output mapping (which channel outputs to which parallel interface pin), and coin recognition values to be easily uploaded to the EEPROM. When the desired coin-set file has been selected, an easy and simple "coin-training" routine is run by the PC software to enable "coin to channel" recognition in the coin mechanisms memory. Once the necessary coin types have been programmed through the coin mechanism all the collected coin and channel data is uploaded to the EEPROM. A simple validator test then ensures correct coin to channel recognition. Coin to Channel Cloning When a coin mechanism is known to have the desired parameters required for other similar coin mechanisms, to save time a simple "Cloning" process (which copies exactly the host coin mechanisms EEPROM data) is performed and this data is stored as a file on your PC. When programming a new coin mechanism, the file is uploaded to the EEPROM directly (no coin training required). Once the EEPROM has accepted the new parameters, simply insert required coins for testing.
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Coin Controls C120 Electronic Coin Mech - Top Load / Front Reject - Faulty

Coin Controls C120 Electronic Coin Mech - Top Load / Front Reject - Faulty

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Product ID : 03980-0004
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About Coin Controls C120 Electronic Coin Mech - Top Load / Front Reject - Faulty

Voltage

The Voltage range of the C120 is typically 12vDC but will function from 11vDC - 24vDC (=/-10%)
It is necessary to ensure that voltage is maintained above 11vDC as low voltage will cause coin mechanism malfunction.
Coins may or may not be accepted accurately.

Dip-switches:

Up to 12 different tokens and/or coins can be programmed into two banks of channels: 1 - 6 and 7 - 12. The banks are easy to select by utilising the 4-way dip-switch settings located on the coin mechanism's PCB.

Bank 1 :
Switch 1 = On
Switch 2 = Off
Bank 2 :
Switch 1 = Off
Switch 2 = On

All 12 channels (1 - 6, 7 - 12), can be inhibited by utilising the 6-way dip-switch settings on the PCB.
Block Channel 1 & 7 = Dip-switch 1 On
Block Channel 2 & 8 = Dip-switch 2 On
Block Channel 3 & 9 = Dip-switch 3 On
Block Channel 4 & 10 = Dip-switch 4 On
Block Channel 5 & 11 = Dip-switch 5 On
Block Channel 6 & 12 = Dip-switch 6 On

Coin to Channel Programming

Using the Mektek PC and Hand-held Programmer based software application and adapter panel, the C120 coin mechanism (and others), can be programmed for different coin types and channel output mapping, making it easily adaptable world-wide.
Pre-programmed "coin-set" files allow for channel output mapping (which channel outputs to which parallel interface pin), and coin recognition values to be easily uploaded to the EEPROM.
When the desired coin-set file has been selected, an easy and simple "coin-training" routine is run by the PC software to enable "coin to channel" recognition in the coin mechanisms memory.
Once the necessary coin types have been programmed through the coin mechanism all the collected coin and channel data is uploaded to the EEPROM.
A simple validator test then ensures correct coin to channel recognition.

Coin to Channel Cloning

When a coin mechanism is known to have the desired parameters required for other similar coin mechanisms, to save time a simple "Cloning" process (which copies exactly the host coin mechanisms EEPROM data) is performed and this data is stored as a file on your PC.
When programming a new coin mechanism, the file is uploaded to the EEPROM directly (no coin training required).
Once the EEPROM has accepted the new parameters, simply insert required coins for testing.


Unit Dimensions :4.7W x 9.8D x 10.2H cms Condition :Used
Shipping Weight :0.220 kg Location :Australia
Shipping Terms :Ex Works Warranty :No Warranty
Product Type :Coin Mechs   


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Specifications:
Please note this coin mech is faulty

Coin Size
  • Diameter 15 � 31mm (0.591� � 1.221�)
  • Thickness Range 1.25 � 3.3mm (0.050� � 0.130�)

Environmental
  • Temperature Range: Operating 0°C to 55°C
  • Storage -30°C to 55°C
  • Humidity Range: Up to 90% RelativeHumidity non-condensing

Electrical Interface
  • Voltage: Nominal 12V � 24Vdc
  • Minimum 11Vdc
  • Maximum 28Vdc
  • Current: Typical 50mA
  • Maximum Peak Current: 300mA

Communications Interface
  • 10 way ribbon cable with polarised female IDC connector.

Pinout Description
Pin 1 Ground
Pin 2 +12vDC
Pin 3 Accept coin 5 (active-low)
Pin 4 Accept coin 6 (active-low)
Pin 5 Reject (return coin)
Pin 6 Inhibit All Coins (active-high)
Pin 7 Accept coin 1 (active-low)
Pin 8 Accept coin 2 (active-low)
Pin 9 Accept coin 3 (active-low)
Pin 10 Accept coin 4 (active-low)

Compatibility
  • Backward compatibility can be achieved for most 3.5� mechanical and equivalent electronic acceptors, subject to application testing.



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