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What is the Purpose of Memory Protect Switch?


By clodpole

85 days ago



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#10 84 days ago
Quoted from MrBally:

Video games still had hard meters like EM pins.

Keep in mind, too, that at least for WPC machines, the operator could manually install a hard meter -
For WPC/WPC-S, it was connecting it up to the knocker output. (Meaning, no knocker.)
For WPC-95, you had to either (1) Buy a coin-door interface board with a meter installed, or (2) find the model of coin meter and solder it in yourself.

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