Bally Night Rider (SS) Re-theme as "Whack-That-Mole"

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Bally Night Rider (SS) Re-theme as "Whack-That-Mole"


By MrSanRamon

1 year ago



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#101 38 days ago

Various Back Box lights are going to be used to also activate sounds: Players 1 thru 4, tilt, game over & match...8 seperate inputs to the Wav Trigger.

Since the Wav Trigger only accepts ground as an input, I can't directly wire the lamps to it.

So I'm using relays to switch a ground path. I got these relays as an eight relay assembly.

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Robert

#102 38 days ago

Back Box wiring and my wire harness to date.

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Robert

#103 38 days ago

Since there is voltage that can travel from a lit light in the backbox, through the relay assembly back into the harness, a diode is necessary to block reverse current flow.

Since I'm not using a circuit board, I needed to make diode packages to be installed in each wire in the BB harness to each relay input.

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Robert

#104 36 days ago

I've finished wiring 8 inputs from the B Box and have everything where I think it will stay.

Overall cabinet view:

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#105 35 days ago

Switches on the chime mechanism:

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Power Supply and grounding block:

Power Supply - Grounding Block (resized).jpg

Wav Trigger board and audio amplifier:

Wav Trigger - Amplifier (resized).jpg

Wired Relay Block assembly:

Wired Relay Block Assembly (resized).jpg

Robert

#106 35 days ago

Finally got the overlay installed today. I used the wet install method, and with help it went on really easily. It's still drying, but should be ready to work with tomorrow or Monday.

Robert

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