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Gaming Device Standard (GDS). GDS Structure. Currently, there are Five (5) workgroups Coin Acceptor Workgroup Note/Ticket Acceptor Workgroup Hopper Workgroup Touch Screen Workgroup Printer Workgroup Every Workgroup has a technical lead. GDS Devices.

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gds structure
GDS Structure
  • Currently, there are Five (5) workgroups
    • Coin Acceptor Workgroup
    • Note/Ticket Acceptor Workgroup
    • Hopper Workgroup
    • Touch Screen Workgroup
    • Printer Workgroup
  • Every Workgroup has a technical lead

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gds devices
GDS Devices
  • The GDS committee is working to standardize the following devices:
    • Coin Acceptor
    • Coin Hopper
    • Note/Ticket Acceptor
    • Touch Screen
    • Printer Device

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gds standards in action
GDS Standards In Action

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general information
General Information

GDS devices utilize the Human Interface Device (HID) class, page 0x91, of the Universal Serial Bus (USB)

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general information cont d
General Information cont’d
  • GDS devices use full speed, 12Mbits/sec.
  • GDS devices are compliant with USB1.1
  • Devices are event driven
  • Some events carry transaction ID (TID events)
  • An application level acknowledgment (ACK) is required for TID events
  • If an ACK is not received within one (1) second then the TID event is resent to the host
  • In case of failure, device will cease to report TID events
  • Some devices implement a Non Volatile Memory (NVM)

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common commands events
Common Commands / Events

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coin acceptor commands events
Coin Acceptor Commands / Events

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Coin Acceptor Commands / Events

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coin acceptor host device interaction
Coin Acceptor / Host Device Interaction

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note ticket acceptor commands events
Note – Ticket Acceptor Commands / Events

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Note – Ticket Acceptor Commands / Events

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Note – Ticket Acceptor Commands / Events

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note ticket acceptor host device interaction
Note - Ticket Acceptor / Host Device Interaction

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coin hopper commands events
Coin Hopper Commands / Events

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coin hopper host device interaction
Coin Hopper / Host Device Interaction

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gaming device standard objectives
Gaming Device Standard Objectives
  • Release GDS v1.00 standard
    • Note Acceptor, Coin Acceptor and Coin Hopper – Q4/2004
  • Release GDS v1.01 standard
    • Touch Screens – Q2/2005
    • Note Acceptor download – Q2/2005
    • Printers – Q3/2005
  • Release Development Suite and API for GDS v1.00–Q4/2004
  • Implementation of the GDS certification program – Q2/2005
  • Release Development Suite and API for GDS v1.01–Q4/2005

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