Every 10 seconds or every 5 minutes, etc. The display can choose from up to 60 different fonts, gain the simple setup menu within the device allows you to select which font(s) to display. And there's more: You can add your own designed font images, or add those other users have created and allowed us to share. All the font images are stored on an SD card in the display. So it is easy to change and update the fonts.
When the game starts a full colour splash screen is displayed, and again you can choose from a variety of game specific splash screens (we have done lots of games already), or, you can create your own. Each of your 5 score display in your game (one for each player and 1 for the Credit/Match/Ball in Play) can communicate with each other - and this allow the changing fonts to be co-ordinated, with one of the displays being the controller, Sending any change of font to the other 4 receiving displays. This ensures all the displays change to the new font at the same time. That's a pretty cool feature.
The displays are completely plug and play, and you simply remove your old display and plug in the new one, and away you go. Tested with many Bally SS games, work with original and aftermarket MPU boards, e. Works with BSOS Arduino game code too.
See the ColourClassics Score Display pinside thread for more details. This item is a fully built and tested set of 5 score displays for a 6 or 7 digit game. 4 X 6 Digit Displays or 4 X 7 Digit Displays. 1 X 4 Digit Displays for the Credit/Match/Ball in play (Note this is a 6 digit board but with only 4 colour screens provided). Each display requires an SD card to hold the image files.Please choose the "kit" option for the drop down list. IMPORTANT NOTE: 5v Power Supply. These displays make use of the 5v power supply in the game. They draw additional current, and you may need to upgrade the fuse and/or power supply in your game. For safety I tried full on max current draw using a test program to switch on all displays full white (max current draw) - on some games F3 4A blows. Each display has a max current draw of 460mA. So a set of 5 requires 2.3A. On quite a few of my games I have 5A fuse in F3 as using the 5v line for other add on mods. I have run my Fathom and Medusa or several weeks now, including overnight power on tests, with an uprated F3, 5A fuse and have experienced no issues. My SDB boards have the 3A rated LM323K Voltage regulator. Another option is to provide an additional 5v power supply for the new displays. Details on the easiest way to do this, are in the user-guide documentation. These displays will run in all the Solid State BALLY pinball games from the late 1970's to the mid 1980's. They also run in the Solid State STERN games of the same era. List of games: (if your game is not listed, please contact me). This item is in the category "Video Games & Consoles\Coin-Operated Gaming\Pinball Machines".
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