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IDX Xeptors Training Presentation Rev. 11/04 Its All About Security: Crossplay Counterfeits
What Is This Training For? 1.To Understand Crossplay & Counterfeiting Issues. 2.To Know How To Setup & Operate IDX Xeptors To Successfully Defeat Crossplay & Counterfeiting. Chinese Philosopher Confucius Put It This Way: Chinese Philosopher Confucius Put It This Way: I Hear…. And I Forget. I See… And I Remember. I Do…. And I Understand ! So…. BECOME THE EXPERT…. Actually Do It - Yourself.
Discussion Topics Who Is IDX ? Token / Acceptor Evolution Crossplay & Counterfeit Law Online Support Information & Tools Installation And Operation Of Xeptors How Mr. Xeptor Secures Your Slots
IDX Company Information IDX Company Information Founded in December 1987 by James Halsey, Scott Juds and others. Objective: To design, manufacture and sell optically encoded tokens and coin acceptors to prevent token counterfeiting and cross-play. Related patents: US6564997, AU6653600, AU753887, CA2323844, GB2357620, GB2375215, GB2375216, GB2375217, GB2375428, GB2376336, GB2375647, US6112876, AU749495, AU2065700, US6021882, AU1952499, AU720213, GB2375217, GB2375428, GB2376336, GB2375647, US6112876, AU749495, AU2065700, US6021882, AU1952499, AU720213, CA2265244, GB2335297, US5046841, AU4788290, AU619639, CA1313806, DE4000197, GB2227347, JP2228791, JP2920396B2 CA2265244, GB2335297, US5046841, AU4788290, AU619639, CA1313806, DE4000197, GB2227347, JP2228791, JP2920396B2 US Patent 5,046,841 for optically encoded tokens & acceptors – 1991. 1990 – Entered carwash market with plastic tokens & MA701 acceptor. 1997 – Entered casino market with X-Mark tokens & X-10 Xeptor. 2001 – Initiated work on holographic tokens & chips with DuPont. Today – IDX participates in both the Carwash and Casino markets. IDX has over 85 employees in El Dorado, AR, with 7 field sales offices. IDX has received numerous quality supplier awards from IGT and WMS. IDX has licensed production of over 500,000,000 tokens to various mints. IDX has shipped over 200,000 optically encoded coin acceptors world wide.
Token Security Evolution Token Security Evolution Silver Dollar Currency Unique alloy signature. High hopper fill cost. US Mint terminated circulation. 18% Nickel Silver Token Low hopper fill cost. Nice silvery appearance. Easily counterfeited with lead. 6% Nickel Silver Token Low hopper fill cost. Cheaper & different from 18% NiAg. Easily counterfeited with solder. X-Mark Token 10% higher token cost. Must make minting die sets to counterfeit it. H-Mark Token Much higher token costs. Must make holograms to counterfeit it.
Crossplay & Counterfeit Law Crossplay & Counterfeit Law Federal Law: The US Constitution Article 1, Section 8 gives congress exclusive authority to coin and regulate money… vested in the US Mint. The US Mint has defined the physical and usage limits for tokens, prohibiting crossplay of tokens with other coins or tokens. 18 USC – 336/491 provides penalties for producing tokens intended for use in other establishments. The Law: When a token is accepted in another establishment for face value, then it has become money… and penalties may apply. The US Mint requires casinos to a) sell only their own tokens to customers, and b) use only their own tokens on table games. (Federal Law & Regulations Link)
Crossplay Problems Crossplay Problems US nickels & Canadian 1985-1999 nickels. Canadian nickels could play for $.70 cents on the dollar in the US. The 2 Euro and the Thai 10 Bhat. The Thai 10 Bhat coin is worth about 0.16 Euros. Casino, arcade, and carwash tokens. An arcade or carwash token may have any value… guess what? $5 Canadian and $1 US 1.465” tokens. $1 US tokens in Canada are worth about $1.4 in their $5 slots. Nickel-Silver tokens in adjacent casinos. Casinos bear cost of backroom sorting, armored truck redistribution. (Crossplay Articles Link)
Counterfeit Problems Counterfeit Problems Shaved coins fool hopper credit sensor. Trim only.030” from the diameter and slam it in an old comparator. Lost wax process cast tokens. A class counterfeiting operation, fools all but X-Mark. $1 & $5 Nickel-Silver slugged with lead. Lead weights from car tires are melted and poured into disk molds. $2 US tokens played in $1 machines. Same as coin shaving… but may be legal… hoppers still empty. HS-1 alloy and cut-penny lead slugs. Changing the conductivity with HS-1 didn’t stop them very long. (Counterfeiting Articles Link)
Mr. Xeptor’s Security Features Mr. Xeptor’s Security Features Topics We Will Examine Include: X-Mark Optically Encoded Tokens. Precision Optical Diameter Measurement. Multiple Metal Alloy Measurements. Acceptance Speed Matters. X-Key and X-Tracker Software. Built-In Credit Optics.
SmartMark, X-Mark, H-Mark SmartMark, X-Mark, H-Mark Gen-1 1994 SmartMark SmartMark : Construction: Annular reflective rings. It can be easily counterfeited with shop lathe. Token Mint: Roger Williams Mint, (Olde Philadelphia Mint), licensed under IDX Patents. Coin Acceptor: Coin Mechanisms Intelligent Comparator, licensed under IDX Patents. Gen-2 1997 X-Mark X-Mark : Construction: Skewed angle facet band. Requires tool and die shop to counterfeit. Token Mint: Osborne Coinage, Cincinnati OH, licensed under IDX Patents. Coin Acceptor: IDX Inc., El Dorado AR. Models X-10, X-50, X-60 and X-70. Gen-3 2003 H-Mark H-Mark : Construction: Asymmetric merged holographic facets in a band. Fairly counterfeit proof. Token Mint: Osborne Coinage supported by DuPont Holographics, under IDX patents. Coin Acceptor: IDX Inc., El Dorado AR, Model H-60.
X-Mark Optical Codes X-Mark Optical Codes The X-Mark has an array of inclined reflective facets minted in a band about the periphery of the token. Many different X-Mark Codes can be made by having different rotational angles of the facet faces. The X-Mark is recessed below the surface of protective “Guard Bands” on each side of the X-Mark annular band. 120 ° 142 ° 30 ° 60 ° 75 °
X-Mark Optical Codes X-Mark Optical Codes X-Mark Optics include one photo-transistor and two infrared LEDs. Each unit can detect one of two possible code angles… or none at all. The positions of the photo-elements sets which angles it can detect. 60° / 120° 105° / 165° 30° / 142° 0° / 30° Photo-Transistor The light from the LEDs focuses through the lens molded into the housing to the token, and then back through the lens to focus on a phototransistor if the reflection is correct. LED
X-Mark Optical Codes X-Mark Optical Codes The front and rear side of the token may have different codes. No Code *3N390°, 165°6B45°, 135°3915°, 105°17 No Code *2N290°, 150°6A60°, 120°4830°, 90°26 No Code *1N175°, 150°5A45°, 120°3815°, 90°16 ObsoleteNN60°, 150°4A30°, 120°2815°, 75°15 30°, 142°8B75°, 135°5945°, 105°370°, 75°05 105°, 165°7B60°, 135°4930°, 105°270°, 60°04 AnglesCodeAnglesCodeAnglesCodeAnglesCode X-Mark Angles & Order Codes *1: For Coin Diameters 0.650" to 1.110". *2: For Coin Diameters 0.800" to 1.255". *3: For Coin Diameters 1.020" to 1.475". Security Question: Won’t Other Mints Copy X-Mark And Defeat Its Security Value? IDX owns world wide patents on the art of optically encoded tokens and has more than once stopped mints from making tokens that would jeopardize X-Mark’s crossplay security.
H-Mark vs X-Mark H-Mark vs X-Mark The H-Mark produces asymmetrical bright spots from a merged pair of virtual holographic facets that cannot be physically minted into a metal surface. When aligned with a light beam, the front and back sides of the facets create symmetrical bright spots. This Makes H-Mark Virtually Counterfeit Proof. The X-Mark has an array of inclined reflective facets minted in a band about the periphery of the token.
H-Mark Status H-Mark Status Ticket-In-Ticket-Out technology that started to emerge in 2001 took hold and reduced market interest in tokens. The X-Mark still had not been successfully counterfeited. X-Mark’s great security record makes H-Mark not yet needed. The H-Mark Token And Xeptor Development Were Completed In 2003. The Market, However, Had A Mind Of Its Own H-Mark Is On Production Hold… Until The Market Says Otherwise.
Metal Alloy Signature Metal Alloy Signature Copper – 100% Brass – 85/15 Brass – 70/30 TSA-2% & HS1 TSA-6% & HS2 TSA-9% Nickel Silver 752 More Nickel More Copper Alloy Resistivity HIGH LOW A metal alloy sensor induces eddy currents to flow in the coin using high frequency magnetic fields. Energy lost to the current flowing through the metal resistance is measured to determine alloy composition.
Multi-Metal Signature Multi-Metal Signature Edge Sensing Center Sensing Bi-Metal Coins As the coin falls through, separate measurements are first taken on the edge of the coin, and later in the center of the coin. S N N S Series Magnetic Field Anti-Series Magnetic Field N S Alloy / Thickness The Series field penetrates through the coin and is primarily influenced by alloy. The Anti-Series field is strongly influenced by thickness of the coin because of the central null. Low Frequency For Interior High Frequency For Surface Clad Coins Low Frequency fields penetrate much deeper into the coin than do High Frequency fields. Thus, the High Frequency field is much more strongly influenced by the clad layer. Security Question: Does Size Matter? Yes, And Smaller Is Better! One Large Sensor Coil Averages A Multi-Metal Coin Into Just One Alloy Reading... Security Lost!
X-Mark vs X-Metal Xeptors X-10, X-50 X-60, X-70 X-20, X22 X-Mark Codes Edge & Center Metal Bi-Metal Coins Edge & Center Metal Series & Anti-Series Thickness Series & Anti-Series High/Low Frequency Clad Coins High/Low Frequency Currency coins often have a clad structure, but lack X-Mark. Token coins are secured with X-Mark, and have no cladding. Security Question: When do you use an X-10 vs X-20?
Precision Diameter Precision Diameter The average reading error is +/-.005” (0.12mm) TOP MID BOT.330”.870” As the token passes downward, the TOP, MID, and BOT Diameter Beams are broken and re-made at specific points in time. X-10 Example Security Question: How Does This Relate To Empty Hoppers? t TOP – t MID t BOT – t MID Diameter =.870” + (.330”) Time difference ratio method makes the calculation independent of the speed of the coin. Shaved Coins Fool The Credit Switch On The Hopper Exit And Thus Come Out For Free. Shaved Coins Should Be Rejected Before They Get Into The Hopper… A Deficiency In Acceptors Without Specific Diameter Sensors.
Acceptance Speed Matters Acceptance Speed Matters Newtonian Physics Says: Security Question: So What? Customers Can Feed This Fast C.C. NRI QL Cn+ IDX – Acc. IDX – Rej. From This We Can Plot: Here’s What… Typical Spec: 6 to 10 /sec Max. X-10 & X-20 Xeptor Lab Tests Show: Proper Acceptance In A Stream Of Good Coins. Proper Rejection Of Bad Coin In Good Stream. 1.A slug fast fed with other good coins could be given credit. 2.You will limit your revenue generation rate from fast players. 3.Your fast players may think the machine is defective and move on. A coin of diameter X starting at rest, falls a distance equal to its diameter in time t. The next coin can then start to fall behind it.
Built-In Credit Optics Built-In Credit Optics Installed Credit Optics External Credit Optics: Part of the slot machine, such as IGT S+. Located just below the coin acceptor. Acceptor SENSE pulse is used to activate the machines credit optics for a moment. Internal Credit Optics: Part of the coin acceptor, not the machine. Located just above and below the gate relay. Acceptor CREDIT pulse used by slot machine. Security Question: What If I Use The Wrong Credit Optics Option? If Neither Machine Nor Xeptor Have Credit Optics: All Xeptors produce both SENSE and CREDIT pulses, so the slot machine will function normally, but will be susceptible to stringing. If Both Machine And Xeptor Have Credit Optics: For the same reason, the slot machine will function normally. Built-in credit sensors provide the best stringing defense by combining sequence logic from its other sensors.
K-Key & X-Tracker K-Key & X-Tracker Security Questions: 1. Who Has Access To Change Coin Programming? ( Who really could get their grubby mits on the acceptor if they wanted to? ) 2. Who Re-programmed This Xeptor… And When? ( When you get scammed, will there be any tracks left by the perpetrator? )
Xeptor LED Indicator Chart UnSecured Secured No X-Key Secured w/ X-Key Sw2 = 0 Run Mode Sw-2 = 1-6 Coin Learn K-Key & X-Tracker K-Key & X-Tracker The X-Key Provides: 1. Access control for who can reprogram Xeptors. 2. A record of re-programmed Xeptor Serial Numbers. 3. A Time-Date-AuthID Stamp for the Xeptor to record. Once an Xeptor is re-programmed with an X-Key attached, the Xeptor becomes “Secured” and may no longer be freely re-programmed without an X-Key connected.
K-Key & X-Tracker K-Key & X-Tracker X-Tracker Product Features Two level Security Roster for: a) personnel management, b) X-Key log on/off. Redundant encrypted files of all activity ensure reliable, tamper proof records. X-Key is enabled only by authorized personnel who remain responsible until disabled. Authorization ID and time and date stamp stored in local files and in Xeptor memory. X-Tracker Program Link
K-Key & X-Tracker K-Key & X-Tracker X-Tracker requires a secured Log-On to enable X-Key There are reports for both X-Key and Xeptor activity history. X-Tracker Program Link
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Topics We Will Examine Include: 1. Mechanical Alignment. 3. Coin Diameter Setting. 2. Coin Thickness Setting. 4. Personality Plugs. 6. Built-In Field Test. 5. Coin Programming. 7. Serial Port Tools.
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Mechanical Alignment: OEM Installed… Alignment Usually Is OK, Brackets Correct. b) Some acceptors edge-reference, while others center-reference the coins. Retrofit Field Installation… Be Aware & Vigilant. Retrofit Bracket Info Link Retrofit Bracket Info Link 25 Edge Referenced 25 Center Referenced Center Line Of Metal, Code, And Diameter Sensors. The Mounting Dimensions May Be The Same… BUT… a) Coin chute thickness differences can create a front-back alignment problem. Acceptor Coin Head Credit Optics Jog Jam Coin Path Caught Coin Edge Master Tech Question: How Do You Verify Alignment Quickly & Simply? Verify Front - Back Alignment With A Tongue Depressor. Verify Overall Alignment By Passing Coins Through It: a.) … with the power turned off. b.) Observe proper flow to reject chute. c.) Observe proper flow to hopper with a wad of paper holding accept gate open.
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Thickness & Diameter Setup Do You Want To Reject Shaved Coins? Do You Want To Reject Counterfeit Alloys? Do You Want To Read Minted Codes Reliably? You Can’t Measure A Floppy Fish ! Then Stop The Flop !
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation X-10 And X-20 Coin Thickness Setup Example Thickness Settings Coin TypeThicknessSetting.984 token.062A US/Can $.05.078A US/Can $.25.067A US/Can $.50.083B US/Can $1.078B Can $2.067A $1, $2 token.100F Brit 1 £.122H Master Tech Question: What Problems Are Avoided By Getting This Right? Too Thin… Count on having coin jams. Too Thick… Sensor readings get sloppy and less discriminating. Rule Of Thumb… Set it to.010” to.020” thicker than your coin. X-10 Web PageX-10 Web Page X-20 Web PageX-20 Web Page
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation X-50, X-60, X-70 Coin Thickness Setup For Coin ThicknessSet Adjustment To Position.080” to.102”A:.110”.103” to.122”B:.130”.123” to.140”C:.150” Typical US Casino Tokens ValueThickSet To $1 Token.100.110 $2 Token.100.110 $5 Token.122.130 $10 Token.136.150 $25 Token.100.110 $50 Token.115.130 $100 Token.080.110 X-50 Web PageX-50 Web Page X-60 Web PageX-60 Web Page
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation X-10 Coin Diameter Setup. Select the proper diameter spacers for your coin size from tables below.. Apply two spots of adhesive as shown above left to aid retention.. Snap in the diameter spacers as shown above right.. Wipe clean any excess adhesive interfering with coin path. THROAT SIZE MIN to MAX COIN DIAMETER SPACER COLOR 01.4801.358 to 1.475NO SPACER 11.3561.245 to 1.351Clear 21.2601.157 to 1.255Black 31.1351.042 to 1.130Orange 41.0060.924 to 1.001Yellow 5.919.0.845 to 0.914Green 6.8400.773 to 0.835Blue 71.1001.010 to 1.095Purple A1.1981.100 to 1.193Black / Orange B.9630.885 to 0.958Yellow / Green C1.02800.945 to 1.023Orange / Green D1.1151.024 to 1.110Orange / Purple X-10 Web Page
Coin Chute Width Rails Installation & Operation Installation & Operation X-50, X-60, X-70 Coin Diameter Setup X-60 Rear View With Coin Chute Width Guide In Place. X-50 Web PageX-50 Web Page X-60 Web PageX-60 Web Page
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Personality Plugs – Electrical Interface Personality Plug Web Page Each Basic Acceptor Can Have 14 Different Interfaces
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Personality Plugs – Electrical Interface Personality Plug Web Page SIGNAL:ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (pulse widths programmable) INHIBITInhibit = float or >3.5VDC, Enable = < 1.0VDC SENSEActive high 30ms pulse, PNP 12V pull-up 10mA max, 3.3K pull-down. /SENSEActive low 30ms pulse, NPN sinking 10mA max, 47K 5V pull-up. /CREDITActive low 30ms pulse, NPN sinking 10mA max, 47K 5V pull-up. /TILTActive low >30ms pulse, NPN sinking 10mA max, 47K 5V pull-up. /OUTPUT-nActive low >30ms pulse, NPN sinking 10mA max, 47K 5V pull-up. RELAYRelay contact terminal. 40V 0.2A peak rating. /Coin OpticsWire-OR optics outputs enable, 100ms low pulse, 100K 12V pull-up. 48VDC/VACPower input 38 to 55VDC, 38 to 55VAC, 35mA max @idle. 24VDC/VACPower input 14 to 32VDC, 16 to 32VAC, 35mA max @idle. 12VDCPower input 11.5 to 16VDC, 25mA max @idle, 240mA accept gate. 1K to Ground1K 1W resistor to circuit ground. (for triac holding current) GroundCircuit common. Master Tech Question: Can I Convert An Xeptor From An IGT Machine To A Bally Or WMS Machine Just By Changing The Personality Plug? Yes….. If You Also: 1.Check the need for Built-In Credit Optics. 2.Check the Thickness, Diameter and Coin Programming if the coin is different. Master Tech Question 2: Video Lottery Machines Don’t Use Sense/Credit/Tilt. How Can I Use IDX In These Machines? Video Lottery Machines: 1.Use A 10-Pin NRI-Style Interface. 2.PPNRI Personality Plugs Are Designed For That Requirement. 3.Enable NRI Emulation On Xeptor. NRI Emulation Web Page NRI Emulation Web Page Personality Plug Model: PPNRI-6PPNRI-3 Compatibility Connector NRI 10pin IDC Pin 1Ground Pin 212VDC Pin 3/Output5----- Pin 4/Output6----- Pin 5Coin Return----- Pin 6Inhibit Pin 7/Output1 Pin 8/Output2 Pin 9/Output3 Pin 10/Output4-----
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Coin Programming - Manually Link To HyperTerminal Xeptors Have 6 Coin Memories – Can Learn 6 Coins. Accessed Via Rotary Switch Sw2 – Positions 1 - 6. To Learn A Coin: 1.Turn Sw-2 To One Of Positions 1-6 To Learn. 2.Press Button Sw-1 Once To Start Learn Sequence. 3.Drop 6 Sample Coins Through The Xeptor. 4.LED Flashes Red/Green When Complete. 5.Turn Sw-2 Back To Position 0 – Run Mode. To Erase A Coin: 1.Turn Sw-2 To One Of Positions 1-6 To Erase. 2.Press Button Sw-1 Once To Start Erase Sequence. 3.Drop NO Sample Coins Through The Xeptor. 4.Turn Sw-2 Back To Position 0 – Run Mode. 5.LED Flashes Red/Green To Indicate Erase Complete.
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Master Tech Question: What is the purpose of using 6 coin samples? Answer : Variations exist from coin-to-coin. Variations exist from reading-to-reading. Therefore, a few samples allow the Xeptor to find the average and the distribution for each sensor reading to create the optimum value and tolerance for each coin signature parameter. Master Tech Question 2: What Is The Purpose Of Having 6 Coin Memories? Answer: Not all coins or tokens that look alike are alike: - Canada has 2 quarters, 2 dimes and 3 nickels. - A second purchase of tokens is not always identical. In order to accept all, each variation must be programmed. (Note: You can use HyperTerminal to see if you have variations in your coins)
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Learn To Reject A Tough Slug Unwanted Coin Web Page Learn the Unwanted Coin in Coin Memory #1, Good Coin in #2. To identify it as a coin to reject, press button Sw-1 13 times. Complete the normal Coin Learn cycle as usual. The Xeptor will then reject / accept based on the better match.
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Coin Programming Via Coin Selector How Simple Is This? 1. Plug the Coin Selector into an IDX Xeptor. 2. Press the button for the coin to accept. 3. Unplug the Coin Selector and off you go! Coin Selector Web Page The Advantages? 1. Saves Time. ( That’s a no-brainer! ) 2. No Learn Errors. ( Like leaving old coins in memory ) 3. Complete Profile. ( Like having all three Canadian nickel coin signatures ) 4. Copy & Clone. ( For those “special coins” or custom tokens )
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Coin Selectors For: US, Canada, Europe & Tokens Button Number CS20x-USA1CS20x-CAN1CS20x-CAN2CS20x-EUR1CS22x-USA1CS22x-CAN1 1 6 Coins Add $2 Can, #36 Coins 2 Config Add $1 Can, #2Config 3 Xeptor Add 25¢ Can, #1Xeptor 4 Token #1 Clear Coin Mem.Token #1$2 Token$5 Token 5 Token #2 Note: This will produce multi- denomination Xeptors with 3 outputs requiring Personality Plug PPNRI-3, PP46 or PP62 for proper output interface. Token #2$1 Token$2 Token 6 Token #3Can $2Token #350¢ Token$1 Token 7 ClearCan $1Eur €2US 50¢50¢ Token 8 US $1Can 50¢Eur €11.340" T6 9 US 25¢Can 25¢Eur 50¢1.340" T2 10 US 10¢Can 10¢Eur 20¢1.465" NS 11 US 5¢Can 5¢Eur 10¢1.465" T6 12 US 1¢Can 1¢Eur 5¢1.465" T2
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Built-In Field Test Tools Field Test Web Page Sw2FunctionLEDDescription 0Run Mode M NORMAL operation for coin acceptance. M NORMAL operation for coin acceptance…. and SECURED. M INHIBITED by machine (door open) or command. M SICK as determined by a sensor or memory error. 1-6Coin Learn M NORMAL ready to LEARN or continue to Learn a new coin. M INHIBITED from Learning, unit is SECURED, need X-Key. 7 Memory Check M NORMAL, memory checksums are fine. M SICK, program memory or EEPROM memory checksum failed. 8 Credit Sensors M NORMAL operation, credit sensors are clean and functional. BLOCKED when red, dirty when yellow, the greener the better. M NOT INSTALLED 9A9A X-Mark Rear X-Mark Front M NORMAL when no valid X-Mark is aligned with the sensors. M X-Mark Detection when coin is held aligned in coin chute. M NOT INSTALLED on X-20 and X-22 models. BCDBCD Bottom Diam. Center Diam. Drop Diam. M NORMAL operation, diameter sensors are clean and functional. BLOCKED when red, dirty when yellow, the greener the better. EFEF A-Series Mtl. Series Metal M NORMAL operation, metal sensors STUCK COIN or possibly FLAT CABLE PULLED OUT.
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Built-In Field Test Tools Field Test Web Page Master Tech Question: You have an Xeptor in a machine that stops working. What is your short list of things to check….. 1.When the LED is ? 2.When the LED is ? 3.When the LED is ? 4.When the LED is ? It is Dead… Check the connector, check for wire breaks, swap unit. It is Inhibited…. Check the door open switch, coin-in limit, check Sw2=0, swap unit. It is Sick… Turn Sw2 through positions 7 – F to determine the fault. Check Sw2=0, check for wire harness pulling unit open, check coin programming.
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Field Bench Testing The Manuals Show Where To Probe, What To Look For. Bench Test Web Page
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Serial Port Diagnostic Tools HyperTerminal “Dumb Terminal” Command Set Xaminer Palm Pilot Base G.U.I. XaminerPC Windows PC Base G.U.I.
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation HyperTerminal Interface Link To HyperTerminal Link To HyperTerminal It Is Part Of Your Windows Operating Systems. It Communicates To The Xeptor On A Serial Port. Setup Information In Manuals & Web Site. Web Site Link Web Site Link CommandDescriptionHH Sets protocol to “Humanly Hexadecimal” from Binary. R Provides a complete “Report” of the configuration. P(c,d,p,t) Sets Credit Pulse, Diverter Delay Diverter Pulse, Tilt Time. r Provides a report of the Failure & Maintenance codes. I, i Sets Inhibit High or Low. s(d) Sets SysConfig bits. (Secured, Inhibit, OnePulse, etc) S Saves any changes to configuration made
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation HyperTerminal Interface Link To HyperTerminal Link To HyperTerminal Bit# Diagnostic Failure BytePreventative Maint. ByteSysConfig Byte 0Credit optics blockedCredit optics marginalDwell between credit pulses 1Size optics blockedSize optics marginalNRI Emulation (X-20 & X-60) 2Inductive sensor malfunctionXMark optics marginalLimit To One Credit Pulse = 1 3Coin stuck at inductive sensor------Inhibit Line, 1=high, 0=low 4Checksum in program badRotary switch not at pos. 0X-Mark Threshold, 1=high 5Checksum in EE memory badXeptor inhibitedX-Mark Lead/Trail, 1=both 6Slow coin (transient reporting)Excess ambient lightTighter Metal Tolerance =1 7Reverse coin (transient reporting)Bad coin count highCoin Data Secured, 1=yes System Configuration Control Detailed Self Diagnostic Information
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation HyperTerminal Interface Link To HyperTerminal Link To HyperTerminal Auto Reporting Of X-10 Coins. ValueAuto Report Dispostion 1-6Accepted - Matching Coin Memory # DDiameter rejection of coin. XX-Mark rejection of coin. MMetal alloy rejection of coin. UUnwanted coin rejection. SSlow, Strung, Stuck coin detected. RReverse direction coin detected. IInhibited when coin arrived. 2 23 2D 2C D9 00 2 24 2C 2D DA 00 4 24 2D 2D DB 03 -- Different from #2 by X-Mark D 35 3E 3E 1E 00 -- Diameter error. 2 23 2D 2C D9 00 2 25 2C 2C DC 00 M 2A 30 30 DA 00 -- Metal alloy error 4 25 2C 2C DC 03 4 24 2C 2D DA 03 U 26 2D 2E D6 00 -- Unwanted coin detection I 00 00 00 00 00 I 00 00 00 00 00 -- Xeptor inhibited 2 25 2C 2C DC 00 2 24 2C 2D DA 00 S 00 00 00 00 00 -- Slow or Strung coin R 00 00 00 00 00 -- Reverse coin detected 4 24 2C 2D DA 03 4 24 2D 2D DB 03 Disp. E-Mtl-S E-Mtl-A C-Mtl. Diam. X-Mark
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation Xaminer: For Palm & Pocket PC
Installation & Operation Installation & Operation XaminerPC: For Windows 98, ME, NT, XP Link To XaminerPC
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Official Notice. Department Of Coinland Security Mr. Xeptor Reporting For Duty… Sir!
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