Car RamRod Bringing Pinball Into the Future! Brian Arment, Ryan Hunter, Aaron Shoaf Williams ® Touchdown Originally Produced November of 1967 Electromechanical Solenoid and relay driven No solid-state devices Not in working order Original Internals
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Bringing Pinball Into the Future!
Brian Arment, Ryan Hunter, Aaron Shoaf
Relays and solenoids controlling game play
Relays and solenoids controlling scoring
4 line bus to MCU
Game Option Switches
Logic-level input from MPU
Pull up resistors and latches
Smaller BJT’s (300 mA) for the lamps
Larger BJT’s (3-8 amps) for the coils
-Probably an FPGA
-Could also be a ROM
-Can display customs graphics
LED Bar Graph
-Several sound bits stored in
-A programmable ROM
selects the correct track
-D/A converter outputs RCA
Ask them meow!