New Repro Bally / Stern Lamp Driver Board with LED support


By barakandl

8 months ago


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    New Repro Bally / Stern Lamp Driver Board with LED support

    Added: April 4th, 2017 Re-listed: 2 times
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    Hi Pinside

    I have new Bally / Stern replacement Lamp Driver boards for sale. It works and fits just like the original lamp drivers but adds LED lamp support. A 0.100" kk molex connector labeled J5 gets connected to the switched illumination bus (feature lamps positive connection) when the loading resistors(RL designations) are installed. This adds support for LED lamps so they do not flicker. If the RL resistors are installed, J5 must be connected to the switched illumination bus or a ground return leak through multiple resistors will happen.

    Fully assembled Lamp Driver Boards are available in limited quantities for $90 shipped in the USA. Includes the J5 harness.

    If you like a DIY project, blank PCBs are available for $15 + $3 to ship. You would need to source out the parts and assemble the board yourself. Part costs should be around $15. Tayda for the SCRs, connectors, and passives. Futurlec has the decoders ICs for $0.85 ea.

    The PCB has multiple package options for many components. The 4514 decoder can be SO24 or DIP24 package. Most resistors have SIP network, DIP16 array or discreet options. See the BOM here
    http://nvram.weebly.com/uploads [phone number removed] /bally-stern_ldb_bom.pdf

    Use my website http://nvram.weebly.com or message me here.

    Thanks
    Andrew


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    #2 8 months ago

    Looks good!

    #3 8 months ago

    Looks nice!

    $15.00 for a bare board that size seems way cheap. People should grab them up before you change your mind

    #4 8 months ago

    Nice work and excellent price!

    #5 8 months ago

    I'll take a kit. PM Sent.

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    #6 7 months ago

    Nice little project. Thanks Andrew @barakandl

    So much better working on a new board instead of redoing an existing one! Plus has the LED support.

    Anybody else have to make sure all the resistors face the same direction when they do a build?

    Eric

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    #7 7 months ago
    Quoted from emsrph:

    Anybody else have to make sure all the resistors face the same direction when they do a build?

    only every time. I also do it on the DIY LED display kits. All of the resistors must align!

    #8 6 months ago
    Quoted from emsrph:

    Nice little project. Thanks Andrew barakandl
    So much better working on a new board instead of redoing an existing one! Plus has the LED support.
    Anybody else have to make sure all the resistors face the same direction when they do a build?
    Eric

    Nice work! I get OCD about the resistor orientation too =D. Consistency!.

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