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Typed in by Ray Ghanbari (ray@mayo.edu)

Lunar Lander Pinouts

      PARTS SIDE | SOLDER SIDE
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            |    |    |    
        GND |  A |  1 | GND
        +5V |  B |  2 | +5V
            |  C |  3 |
    AUDIO 2 |  D |  4 | 
    AUDIO 1 |  E |  5 | COIN CTR
     POT IN |  F |  6 | LAMP 5
     LAMP 3 |  H |  7 | START/SELECT LED
     LAMP 2 |  J |  8 | LAMP 4
            |  K |  9 | SELF TEST
       SLAM |  L | 10 | 
      Z OUT |  M | 11 | Z GND
     COIN R |  N | 12 | 
     COIN L |  P | 13 | START
GAME SELECT |  R | 14 | ABORT
  ROT RIGHT |  S | 15 | ROT LEFT
    LED RTN |  T | 16 | 
      X GND |  U | 17 | X OUT
      Y GND |  V | 18 | Y OUT
            |  W | 19 | 
     36 VAC |  X | 10 | 36 VAC
        +5V |  Y | 21 | +SENSE
        GND |  Z | 22 | -SENSE
            |    |    |    
-------------------------------------


Notes:

Thrust POT (pin F) is a 5kohm pot, but only a portion of the range is used.  Schematics indicate that the voltage expected at pin F ranges between 2-3.5V.  This means any size pot can be used, put put appropriate series resistors on either side of the pot so that the 5V supply is appropriately divided

Lamps are status indicators and not necessary for game play (LAMP 1 is always on, which is why there is no LAMP 1 pin)

 


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