at home i have about 4 old 'mars 126' coin mech's is that what your using on your build?
Also are you just using the ipac controller for the mech outputs or is that what the s$&%#y centre board is for? luckily for myself because ive used an old jpm cabinet i have all the tube,chute and mech space ready to go. im not so worried about it paying out but would love to use a proper mech for credits.
Thats an epic bit of wiring, makes mine look a bit stupid now lol.
Yep, I'm using a Cashflow 126 (mars). I don't suppose you have any of those "routing" plugs? I need a routing plug for my cashflow as I need to direct £1's into one hopper, 10p's into another and then all the other coins into a bucket or something.
The boards are 2 x pacdrives for the outputs (for the lamps etc), 1 iPac for the inputs (coin outputs from cashflow, button presses etc) and then the middle board is a Hopper Driver which talks to the hopper(s) and makes them pay out however many coins are needed.
Glad you like the wiring. I used to build electrical panels for a living so still have all the wire crimpers, ferrules, cable numbers etc.
I've just numbered all the inputs as ... iPac board number plus a cable number - so, for instance, pin 1 on iPac board 1 is number "11". Pin 2 is 12 etc.
On iPac board 2 then the numbering starts at "21" etc.
It just makes it a lot easier when trying to trace faults if you have cable numbers (just takes a lot longer to wire up!).
I haven't got any chutes etc so I'm using some pond pipe (40mm diameter) that No1Stoney recommended to me.
Hope your build is coming along well mate