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Led strip 12v

By Waxon

3 years ago


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  • Latest reply 3 years ago by GRUMPY
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#1 3 years ago

I want to illuminate my back box with 12 volt led strips, the voltage of normal bulbs is 6.3, I can put these in any of them, even if they won't turn on well, Anywhere I can connect the strips? I want to connect them to the system, because the game at some point turns off the general lighting to make a bonus effect, It's on a Williams system 7

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#2 3 years ago

I would like to know as well. Mine are hotwired to the small circuitboard next to the coin-door and are always on.

#3 3 years ago

If you get a 24 volt relay and a 12 volt power supply. You can used the 12 volt power supply to run the leds, place the relays NC and COM terminals in line on the positive wire. Then connect the relay coil terminals on to the power supply at 3J-7 pins 1 and 3. You can make a Y connector so that both sets of wires can connect to the power supply with out any modifying.

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#4 3 years ago
Quoted from GRUMPY:

Si obtiene un relé de 24 voltios y una fuente de alimentación de 12 voltios. Puede utilizar la fuente de alimentación de 12 voltios para ejecutar los leds, colocar los terminales NC y COM de los relés en línea en el cable positivo. Luego, conecte los terminales de la bobina del relé a la fuente de alimentación en los pines 1 y 3 del 3J-7. Puede hacer un conector en Y para que ambos conjuntos de cables se puedan conectar a la fuente de alimentación sin ninguna modificación.
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Thank you very much, connecting it as you say would connect them to general lighting, when I get home with my machine I will try to do this, have you ever done it? how was it?

#5 3 years ago
Quoted from GRUMPY:

Si obtiene un relé de 24 voltios y una fuente de alimentación de 12 voltios. Puede utilizar la fuente de alimentación de 12 voltios para ejecutar los leds, colocar los terminales NC y COM de los relés en línea en el cable positivo. Luego, conecte los terminales de la bobina del relé a la fuente de alimentación en los pines 1 y 3 del 3J-7. Puede hacer un conector en Y para que ambos conjuntos de cables se puedan conectar a la fuente de alimentación sin ninguna modificación.
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Does the 12 volt power supply already have an output on the card? or should I buy a transformer, will you have a diagram that you can share with me?

#6 3 years ago
Quoted from Waxon:

Does the 12 volt power supply already have an output on the card?

Yes, but I don't like to put an extra load on the game so I use brick power supply like this.

ebay.com link: AC 100 240V to DC 12V 2A Power Supply Adapter Heavy Duty LED Light Strip 24W SMD

#7 3 years ago
Quoted from GRUMPY:

Sí, pero no me gusta poner una carga adicional en el juego, así que uso una fuente de alimentación de ladrillos como esta.
Enlace de ebay.com »Ac 100 240v a Dc 12v 2a Adaptador de fuente de alimentación Tira de luz LED de alta resistencia 24w Smd

Do you know which pin on the power board is 12v? you know if they do shipments to México?

#8 3 years ago

I think it is not necessary to buy one, now that I remember I have one of those specifications of a pirate Nes console, the negative connects in Y with the positive on the card?

#9 3 years ago
Quoted from Waxon:

will you have a diagram that you can share with me?

I can do this for you if you like.

You need a relay like this.

ebay.com link: SADS

#10 3 years ago

so I have to put a new relay and an eliminator, I thought there would be a pin on the card that has 12 volts, can't you connect the positive and negative to the 3J7 to do the effect?

#11 3 years ago

If you want to connect this with solder you can hook it up to here.

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#12 3 years ago
Quoted from GRUMPY:

If you want to connect this with solder you can hook it up to here.
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Maybe in a local store I can get the parts, it is just a relay of those specifications, it connects to the card and now I will not have to use an eliminator anymore, right?

#13 3 years ago

I think this relay could work

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#14 3 years ago
Quoted from Waxon:

I think this relay could work

Yes this relay will work. You will just have to solder the wires on the relay.

#15 3 years ago
Quoted from GRUMPY:

Sí, este relé funcionará. Solo tendrás que soldar los cables del relé.

Sorry if the question sounds silly, what is the polarity?

#16 3 years ago

Red is the positive, black is negative. Polarity for the relay coil doesn't matter.

#17 3 years ago
Quoted from GRUMPY:

El rojo es el positivo, el negro es negativo. La polaridad de la bobina del relé no importa.

I guess the relay has guides, I'll ask you anything if I have doubts, thank you very much

#18 3 years ago
Quoted from GRUMPY:

El rojo es el positivo, el negro es negativo. La polaridad de la bobina del relé no importa.

you don't know if there is any possibility that the leds are connected directly to the relay on the power board?

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