Nanao 29" monitor Yoke identification

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Nanao 29" monitor Yoke identification

Post by mukurop » February 12th, 2019, 3:39 pm

I have got a tube with no burn in , it is a Toshiba but I have not the chassis and not frame, I have assembled with a sanwa 29e31s frame , please help me identify this monitor. The tube is the same as ms9 but I'm not sure for the Yoke.
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Re: Nanao 29" monitor Yoke identification

Post by chibishin » February 12th, 2019, 8:58 pm

The yoke could very well be from a different chassis.

The only way you can be reasonably assured it will work is to measure the inductance on the horizontal and vertical coils.

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Re: Nanao 29" monitor Yoke identification

Post by mukurop » Yesterday, 9:11 pm

Thanks. I have finally ifentified the monitor, it comes from a Konami Windy cab and it is a toshiba Pb-6643, I will arrange an adapter for the Yoke and test with ms9 and hitachi chassis.

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Re: Nanao 29" monitor Yoke identification

Post by yosai » Yesterday, 10:15 pm

Your best bet is to either get a pb6643 chassis or swap the yoke for an ms9 one.

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