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MTPPC last won the day on June 27 2013

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  1. 4 each of two models. Not sure the specs, but bought them several years ago for my 4th cab that I never built. If I forget or don't respond, contact me through my website pinballmd.com
  2. I am very happy this isn't dead. Here is that picture althought it's not mine, it is the same game.
  3. I recently picked up a Dinosaur Park Redemption game that is crying out for a conversion to a HV cabinet. I've been out of the VP scene for a couple of years and now I'm wondering what the status of these types of table is. Is there something that has replaced them, or is this still the state of the art for a single vertical screen?
  4. Why are wires connected to the large studs on the solenoid?
  5. I would welcome a dropbox link pm'ed (purely as a beta tester).
  6. I had 2 balls get caught in the shooter lane at the same time and one fell back into the ball trough and was lost forever (at least until a restart). It's a great table for checking out the game, but it's not quite ready for serious, hi-score setting play. I don't know if it's problems with the VP table or the ROM, but I'm guessing it's more the ROM.
  7. Is there a way to get into adjustments and set it to free play? BTW.. another fantastic recreation.
  8. Taxi should run that doorbell for a good blast when you get multi-ball and jackpot. That is almost like the one that comes in a real taxi.
  9. http://vpuniverse.com/forums/topic/1069-i-created-a-sainsmart-cheap-relay-board-driver/
  10. I think he's using something off this page: http://www.sainsmart.com/arduino/control-boards.html
  11. I'm not talking about the control voltage. I'm talking about the output rating of the actual relays. I know that DC ratings are much lower than AC because of the circuit breaking arcing on the contacts. http://www.sainsonic.com/zen/albums/ebay/nichegeek/20-018-200/05577d01.pdf
  12. I notice the omron SSRs on those relay modules are not rated for DC current. Is that a problem? I'm considering buying one of these, but If it's going to fail because it's designed for AC loads, I think I'll stick with the mechanical relay modules.
  13. MTPPC

    Lol

    This site rocks.
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