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PayRange dongles now FREE with $20 activation

By BillPinball

70 days ago



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  • Latest reply 70 days ago by fattdirk
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    #1 70 days ago

    Just an FYI for anyone operating. We paid $150 a unit year's ago when we got started.

    https://shop.payrange.com/industries/amusement/

    They take a 5.25% cut but the convenience of allowing people to pay with their phone has been well worth it.

    We recommend them and if anyone has questions just let me know.

    Bill
    Fargo Pinball

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    #2 70 days ago

    It says at the bottom to note what voltage you need. Is there a chart for various eras of pins (WPC, SAM, Spike) or do they all take a single voltage and what would that be?

    #3 70 days ago
    Quoted from desertT1:

    It says at the bottom to note what voltage you need. Is there a chart for various eras of pins (WPC, SAM, Spike) or do they all take a single voltage and what would that be?

    So the older dongles were way better and would just plug into your 9 pin validator cable. These new ones are more of a pain they come with a wall wart adapter you have to plug into the service outlet then you splice the wires into the coin wires.

    #4 70 days ago

    Although connecting to the coin wires is better so you can program it at increments less than a dollar. On some games it's difficult to get the bill validator to work on 4 pulses for a dollar.

    #5 70 days ago
    Quoted from fattdirk:

    So the older dongles were way better and would just plug into your 9 pin validator cable. These new ones are more of a pain they come with a wall wart adapter you have to plug into the service outlet then you splice the wires into the coin wires.

    Is the one in the picture the current unit? It looks like it has a 9-pin on both sides and serves as a pass through if you have a DBA on there.

    #6 70 days ago
    Quoted from desertT1:

    Is the one in the picture the current unit? It looks like it has a 9-pin on both sides and serves as a pass through if you have a DBA on there.

    No. It looks sort of like that but it has a little satellite board that plugs into it that has a wire harness with 4 wires and the barrel plug that the adapter plugs into. The old one also had wires you could attach to the coin Mechs and it'd let you monitor your audits remotely.

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