Taito Jamma JVS AMP pcb Pin Out. (Info)

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Taito Jamma JVS AMP pcb Pin Out. (Info)

Post by monouchi » February 22nd, 2016, 8:49 am

After a lot of mailing back and forth with Taito Tech I managed to get the Pin Out of the JVS AMP pcb.
Now we can see where the additional buttons are on connector B.
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Re: Taito Jamma JVS AMP pcb Pin Out. (Info)

Post by cools » February 22nd, 2016, 9:40 am

I thought this was already there, I have the bit of paper and could've scanned it a long time ago if I'd known :oops:
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Re: Taito Jamma JVS AMP pcb Pin Out. (Info)

Post by monouchi » February 22nd, 2016, 9:42 am

cools wrote:I thought this was already there, I have the bit of paper and could've scanned it a long time ago if I'd known :oops:
Haha, damn, I was looking like mad for the pin-out over the net. :crazy:

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Re: Taito Jamma JVS AMP pcb Pin Out. (Info)

Post by PrincessPrinPrin » February 22nd, 2016, 12:44 pm

It's exactly the same as the aux connector on the sega I/O...
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Re: Taito Jamma JVS AMP pcb Pin Out. (Info)

Post by monouchi » February 22nd, 2016, 12:45 pm

PrincessPrinPrin wrote:It's exactly the same as the aux connector on the sega I/O...
Ok...

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Re: Taito Jamma JVS AMP pcb Pin Out. (Info)

Post by invzim » February 22nd, 2016, 3:29 pm

Put some stuff about the different IO boards here
http://wiki.arcadeotaku.com/w/JVS

can this be linked from something better than Category:Technical -> Category:Pinouts -> JVS?
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Post by zumbito » April 10th, 2017, 4:07 pm

Is this in the wiki? I haven't been able to find it in the IO section.

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Re: Taito Jamma JVS AMP pcb Pin Out. (Info)

Post by LemonyVengeance » January 29th, 2019, 10:04 am

Necro bump, but here's the EXACT part numbers for the 60 pin connector:

housing (board Side): HIF3BA-60PA-2.54DSA(71)
connector (cable side): HIF3BA-60D-2.54C​
Pins: HIF3-2022SC​F

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Re: Taito Jamma JVS AMP pcb Pin Out. (Info)

Post by penrhos » February 20th, 2019, 5:24 pm

Pity the picture of the pinout is missing from here and the wiki - this is from the fastio manual (and the 60-pin is supposed to be the same as the JVS PCB)....
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Taito - 60 pin:-

01 (+12V)
02 (+12V)
03 (+5V)
04 (+5V)
05 (ADC0)
06 (ADC1)
07 (ADC2)
08 (ADC3)
09 (ADC4)
10 (ADC5)
11 (ADC6)
12 (Analogue-GND)
13 (Analogue+5V)
14 (Analogue-GND)
15 (Coin SW1)
16 (Coin SW2)
17 (1P Service)
18 (2P Service)
19 (1P Start)
20 (2P Start)
21 (Test Sw)
22 (Tilt Sw)
23 (1P Up)
24 (2P Up)
25 (1P Down)
26 (2P Down)
27 (1P Left)
28 (2P Left)
29 (1P Right)
30 (2P Right)
31 (1P SW1)
32 (2P SW1)
33 (1P SW2)
34 (2P SW2)
35 (1P SW3)
36 (2P SW3)
37 (1P SW4)
38 (2P SW4)
39 (1P SW5)
40 (2P SW5)
41 (1P SW6)
42 (2P SW6)
43 (1P SW7)
44 (2P SW7)
45 (1P SW8)
46 (2P SW8)
47 (Coin Meter 1)
48 (Coin Meter 2)
49 (1P-Output 1)
50 (2P-Output 1)
51 (1P-Output 2)
52 (2P-Output 2)
53 (1P-Output 3)
54 (2P-Output 3)
55 (1P-Output 4)
56 (2P-Output 4)
57 (GND)
58 (GND)
59 (GND)
60 (GND)

For Power:-

P1.
01 (+12V)
02 (+12V)
03 (GND)
04 (GND)

P2.
01 (+12V)
02 (+5V)
03 (+5V)
04 (GND)
05 (GND)


Sega V3 - 60 pin:-

01 (+EXV)
02 (+EXV)
03 (+5V)
04 (+5V)
05 (+5V)
06 (+5V)
07 (+5V)
08 (+5V)
09 (GND)
10 (GND)
11 (GND)
12 (GND)
13 (GND)
14 (GND)
15 (GND)
16 (GND)
17 (1P Start)
18 (2P Start)
19 (1P Right)
20 (2P Right)
21 (1P Left)
22 (2P Left)
23 (1P Up)
24 (2P Up)
25 (1P Down)
26 (2P Down)
27 (1P SW1)
28 (2P SW1)
29 (1P SW2)
30 (2P SW2)
31 (1P SW3)
32 (2P SW3)
33 (1P SW4)
34 (2P SW4)
35 (1P SW5)
36 (2P SW5)
37 (1P SW6)
38 (2P SW6)
39 (1P SW7)
40 (2P SW7)
41 (1P Service)
42 (2P Service)
43 (Test Sw)
44 (Tilt Sw)
45 (Coin SW1)
46 (Coin SW2)
47 NC
48 NC
49 (Coin Meter 1)
50 (Coin Meter 2)
51 (Output 1-1)
52 (Output 2-1)
53 (Output 1-2)
54 (Output 2-2)
55 (Output 1-3)
56 (Output 2-3)
57 (+12V)
58 (+12V)
59 (+12V)
60 (+12V)

CN2
01 (+12V)
02 (+12V)
03 (NC)
04 (GND)
05 (GND)

CN7
01 (+5V)
02 (+5V)
03 (GND)
04 (GND)

CN6
01 (VCC)
02 (VCC)
03 (AD0)
04 (AD4)
05 (GND)
06 (GND)
07 (VCC)
08 (VCC)
09 (AD1)
10 (AD5)
11 (GND)
12 (GND)
13 (VCC)
14 (VCC)
15 (AD2)
16 (AD6)
17 (GND)
18 (GND)
19 (VCC)
20 (VCC)
21 (AD3)
22 (AD6)
23 (GND)
24 (GND)
25 (NC)
26 (NC)
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