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Atronic Hi(!

)bility

Software / Basic Setup


for C-Level Software Version C5.2.x STD

Rev. 1.2 April 2009

1. Release Info

1. Release Info / Disclaimer


Atronic Hi(!)bility Software / Basic Setup for C-Level Software Version C5.2.x STD Rev. 1.2 Rel. April 2009

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents
1.Release Info / Disclaimer. ....................................................................................... 2 2.Introduction.................................................................................................................. 7 2.1About this Manual.......................................................................................... 7 2.2Included Software Releases........................................................................ 7 2.3How to identify the Software Level.......................................................... 8 2.4Related Publications...................................................................................... 9 2.5Boards and EPROMs.....................................................................................10 2.5.1Mainboard.......................................................................................10 2.5.2Multimedia Board.........................................................................11 2.5.3Graphic Board VP-11....................................................................11 2.5.4Commboard 68k V2.10 (optional)...........................................11 2.5.5Equipment required for Configuration.................................12 2.6Software Naming..........................................................................................13 2.7Basic Setup - Overview...............................................................................14 2.7.1General.............................................................................................14 2.7.2Prerequisites for Linked Machines..........................................15 2.7.3Prerequisites for Stand-alone machines...............................15 3.RAM Reset....................................................................................................................17 3.1Overview..........................................................................................................17 3.2RAM Reset Procedure..................................................................................18 3.3Commboard DIP Switches.........................................................................19 4.Initial Setup.................................................................................................................21 4.1Overview..........................................................................................................21 4.1.1Initial Setup Flowchart................................................................22 4.2Initial Setup Procedure...............................................................................23 4.2.1Touch Screen Calibration ..........................................................23 4.2.2Cabinet Configuration.................................................................23 4.2.3Date and Time................................................................................23 4.2.4Jurisdiction......................................................................................23 4.2.5Game Language............................................................................24 4.2.6Game Style......................................................................................24 4.2.7Major Currency Unit.....................................................................24 4.2.8Minor Currency Unit....................................................................24 4.2.9Denomination Activation..........................................................25 4.2.10Paytable Lines..............................................................................25 4.2.11Paytable Bet Per Line.................................................................25 4.2.12Player Denominations..............................................................26 4.2.13Autoreset to Default Denomination....................................27 4.2.14SAS Progressive Setup..............................................................27 4.2.15Comms Config Summary. ........................................................28 4.2.16Highbet Steps Allowed.............................................................28 4.2.17Accounting Denomination.....................................................29 4.2.18Coin/Token Denomination. .....................................................29 4.2.19Tokenisation String....................................................................29 4.2.20NRI-G13 Type .............................................................................30 Software / Basic Setup - C5.2.x

Table of Contents 4.2.21G13 Channels . ...........................................................................30 4.2.22Bill Acceptor Enabled................................................................31 4.2.23Bill Acceptor - Billtable..............................................................31 4.2.24Mechanical Meters Setup........................................................32 4.2.25Double Up.....................................................................................36 4.2.26Auto Play........................................................................................36 4.2.27Continuous Play..........................................................................36 4.2.28Fast/Individual Reel Stop.........................................................37 4.2.29Fund Transfers..............................................................................37 4.2.30 Fund Transfers AFT In House ...............................................37 4.2.31Bonusing........................................................................................38 4.2.32Serial Number..............................................................................39 4.2.33Asset Number..............................................................................39 4.2.34Additional Jackpot Key Functionality.................................39 4.2.35Residual Credit Payout..............................................................40 4.2.36Printer Setup................................................................................41 Additional Information for Ticketing and Validation..................41 4.2.37Printer Currency Sign Setup...................................................42 4.2.38Printer Currency Format Setup..............................................42 4.2.39Misc. Printer Options.................................................................42 4.2.40Limits...............................................................................................43 4.2.41Handpay Limit.............................................................................44 4.2.42Celebration Limit........................................................................44 4.2.43Payout Limit..................................................................................45 4.2.44Commboard Required..............................................................45 4.2.45Initial Setup: Base Summary...................................................46 4.2.46Initial Setup: Game Specific Setup.......................................47 4.2.47Initial Setup: Game Summary................................................47 5.Jackpot Configuration...........................................................................................49 5.1Progressive Calculation Sheet..................................................................49 5.2Prerequisites...................................................................................................50 5.2.1Hardware Prerequisites...............................................................50 5.2.2Game Prerequisites......................................................................50 5.2.3A-Link Versions...............................................................................50 5.3Jackpot Configuration Procedure...........................................................51 6.Service Menu*............................................................................................................54 Service Menu - Flowchart.................................................................................56 1. Machine Information*...................................................................................57 1.1 General Machine Settings.............................................................57 1.2 Commboard Settings......................................................................58 2. Settings...............................................................................................................59 2.1 Basic......................................................................................................60 2.1.1 Date / Time........................................................................................61 2.1.2 Top Light............................................................................................61
2.1.2.1 General Configuration 2.1.2.2 Standard Top Light Handling 2.1.2.3 Advanced Top Light Handling

*Note: The numeration used within this chapter relates to the numeration of the Service Menu screens.

2.1.3 Playfield Height Adjustment.............................................................62

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Table of Contents 2.2 Hardware.............................................................................................63 2.2.1 General Configuration.......................................................................64 2.2.2 Coin Acceptor.....................................................................................64
2.2.2.1 Activate Coin Acceptor 2.2.2.2 G13 Channels 2.2.3.1 Operation Mode 2.2.3.2 Bills Enabled 2.2.3.3 Voucher Redemption

2.2.3 Bill Acceptor......................................................................................65

2.2.4 Hopper..............................................................................................66
2.2.4.1 General 2.2.4.2 Empty Procedure 2.2.4.3 Payout Limit Procedure 2.2.4.4 Jam Procedure

2.2.5 Printer...............................................................................................67
2.2.5.1 Barcode Payout 2.2.5.2 Casino Information 2.2.5.3 Casino Information Host 2.2.5.4 Currency String Setup 2.2.5.5 Currency Sign Setup 2.2.5.6 Currency Format Setup

2.3 Machine...............................................................................................70 2.3.1 Sound................................................................................................71


2.3.1.1 Sound Configuration 2.3.1.2 Master Volume 2.3.1.3 Base Volume 2.3.1.4 Game Volume 2.3.2.1 Bottom Screen 2.3.2.2 Top Screen

2.3.2 Displays.............................................................................................72 2.3.3 Cabinet Illumination..........................................................................73 2.3.4 Touch Screen Calibration....................................................................73 2.4 Game.....................................................................................................74 2.4.1 Game Language................................................................................75 2.4.2 Games Mode.....................................................................................75
2.4.2.1 Double Up 2.4.2.2 Auto Play 2.4.2.3 Continuous Play

2.4.3 Limit Settings....................................................................................77


2.4.3.1 Celebration Limit 2.4.3.2 Handpay Limit 2.4.3.3 General Limits

2.4.4 Player Denominations.......................................................................81 2.4.5 Available Games................................................................................81 2.6 Communication Settings...............................................................82 2.6.1 Jackpot Configuration........................................................................83 2.6.2 AFT Transfer Flags..............................................................................84 2.6.3 AFT Registration................................................................................85 2.6.4 Bonus................................................................................................86 2.6.5 Commboard Settings.........................................................................86 3. Diagnostics........................................................................................................88 3.1 Coin Acceptor....................................................................................89 3.2 Bill Acceptor.......................................................................................90 3.3 Hopper.................................................................................................91 3.4 Printer...................................................................................................92 3.5 Other Tests..........................................................................................93 Software / Basic Setup - C5.2.x

Table of Contents 4. History.................................................................................................................95 5. Help......................................................................................................................96 Out of Service Mode...........................................................................................96 7.Audit Menu..................................................................................................................98 To access the Audit Menu:. ...................................................................99 Audit Menu Flowchart...........................................................................99 1. Machine Information /.................................................................................100 1.1 General Machine Settings...........................................................100 1.2 Commboard Settings....................................................................101 2. Service Game..................................................................................................102 3. History...............................................................................................................103 Meter Limits.............................................................................................103 3.1 Accounting.......................................................................................104 3.1.1 Accounting Information................................................................. 104 3.1.2 Periodic Accounting Information.................................................... 108 3.1.3 Each Bill Count................................................................................ 108 3.2 Game...................................................................................................109 3.2.1 Last Games..................................................................................... 109 3.2.2 Statistics......................................................................................... 110 3.2.3 Statistics per Denom....................................................................... 112
3.2.3.1 General Statistics 3.2.3.2 Bet - Line Table

Note: The numeration used within this chapter relates to the numeration of the Audit Menu screens.

3.2.4 Statistics per Game......................................................................... 114 3.2.5 Available Games............................................................................. 115 3.3 Logs.....................................................................................................116 3.3.1 Money Log...................................................................................... 116
3.3.1.1 Coins 3.3.1.2 Bills 3.3.1.3 Vouchers 3.3.1.4 Transactions 3.3.1.5 Others

3.3.2 Event Log........................................................................................ 120 3.3.3 Background Exceptions................................................................... 120 3.4 Cashless and Progressive.............................................................121 3.4.1 Cashless and Progressive Information............................................. 122 3.4.2 Progressive Split Information......................................................... 127
3.4.2.1 Progressive Split Statistics 3.4.2.2 Hidden Split Statistics

3.4.3 Progressive Table............................................................................ 129 3.4.4 Voucher and Handpay..................................................................... 130 3.4.5 Jackpot Statistics............................................................................ 132 4. Help....................................................................................................................133 4.1 Hardware - Error Codes................................................................133 5. Touch Screen Calibration............................................................................135 8.Appendix................................................................................................................... 136 8.1Commboard Connectors.........................................................................137 8.2Commboard DIP Switches.......................................................................138

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2. Introduction

2. Introduction
2.1 About this Manual
Scope This document describes how to set up and configure Atronic gaming machines using Atronics Hi(!)bility technology platform. e / Hi(!)bility e SLANT / Hi(!)bility e-motion / Hi(!)bility Harmony / Hi(!)bility Harmony / Hi(!)bility Harmony Slant Top / Hi(!)bility e-sense / Hi(!)bility

It describes how to carry out RAM Reset and Initial Setup and explains configuration and test options available in the Service Menu. Further it describes the machine and game statistics available in the Audit Menu. Target Audience We address qualified technical personnel, who are involved in setup and configuration of Atronic gaming machines. With this user group we assume that they are basically computer literate and familiar with gaming machines and casino related terminology. Please read this document carefully before you start, to avoid incorrect configuration.

2.2 Included Software Releases


Information contained in this document applies to the following software levels: Software Level C5.2.1 STD using Base version HBS-STD-12.3.0.194 Software Level C5.2.2 STD using Base version HBS-STD-12.3.1.216 See also section 2.3 How to identify the Software Level on the next page.

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2. Introduction

2.3 How to identify the Software Level


This section explains, how to identify the software version and its corresponding software level. The naming of the Main Base EPROM indicates the software level (major version) and the jurisdiction. To identify the Main Base EPROM version: 1. Turn the Audit Key. The Audit Menu is displayed. 2. Touch the folder Machine Information / General Information and write down the Main Base Version, which is the first entry of the section Software Information (e.g. HBSSTD-11.1.2.81) or 1. Open the maindoor and open the logic box. 2. Remove the mainboard and check the label of the EPROM mounted on socket U5. Software Version: This term is used to identify a particular software set, comprising of EPROMs, CD-ROM and Security Device. Software versions can differ in jurisdiction, game title, linked gaming concept and paytable. Software Level: This term is used to identify a level of functionality and compatibility. It does not reflect to a certain game title. The software level is determined by the Main Base EPROM version. Software Manuals: Atronic software manuals refer to a certain software level (major version) or to several software levels that are equal or similar in their functionality. For example: Atronic Hi(!)bility Software / Basic Setup for C-Level Software C5.2.x

U2-F

U5 U6 SD
U22

P1

U7 U8 U9
66001234 MB U05 8M MX27C8000PC-10

HBS-STD-11.1.2.81

Software Level Matrix Main Base Version HBS-STD-3.x.x.xx HBS-STD-5.x.x.xx HBS-STD-7.x.x.xx HBS-STD-10.x.x.xx HBS-STD-11.0.x.xx HBS-STD-11.1.x.xx HBS-STD-11.3.x.xx HBS-STD-11.5.x.xx HBS-STD-12.0.0.xxx HBS-STD-12.0.1.155 HBS-STD-12.3.0.194 HBS-STD-12.3.1.216 Software / Basic Setup - C5.2.x Software Level A-Level B-Level 1.2.1 B-Level 1.2.3 C-Level 1.x.x C-Level 4.0.x C-Level 4.1.x C-Level 4.2.x C-Level 4.3.x C-Level 5.1.1 C-Level 5.1.2 C-Level 5.2.1 C-Level 5.2.2

2. Introduction

2.4 Related Publications


More detailed information about Atronic e-motion, e and Harmony gaming machines can be found in the following publications: Machine Installation (incl. safety instructions, technical data, etc.) -> See manual Installation" for e-motion, e or Harmony cabinets. Operating Procedures, Components, Maintenance -> See manual "Operating" for C5.x.x software. Link Setup, Progressive Jackpot Configuration -> See relevant manual for a Atronic linked gaming concept. Peripherals (Coin- and bill acceptors, hopper, printer, etc.) -> See folder "Peripherals" on Atronic Service Manual CD. Spare Parts -> See "Parts Catalogue" for e-motion, e or Harmony cabinets. Note: All mentioned manuals can be found on a CD-ROM titled Atronic Service Manual CD 2009 If this manual did not came with this CD-ROM, please ask Atronic Technical Service for a free copy of the latest revision.

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2. Introduction

2.5 Boards and EPROMs


Boards that perform game relevant routines are located inside the logic box (card cage). The logic box can be locked and sealed. The release lever for the multimedia board cover is located under the DVD-drive. Commboard Mainboard DVD-Drive Multimedia Board 2.5.1 Mainboard This board performs all security relevant routines and stores game statistics. It holds seven EPROMs (U5 - U11) and the security device (SD). EPROMs U10 and U11 are located on an add-on board (MEMEX Board). The base software EPROMs (U5, U6, U10, U11) store the operating system for security relevant game routines. The base software is available in different jurisdictional versions (STD, USA, NLD, CZE, etc.).
+ +

Graphic Board

U10

U2-F

U11

U5 U6 U7 U8 U9

The game software EPROMs (U7, U8) store gameplay functions and game theme. The paytable EPROM (U9) stores the paytable. The security device (SD) is located on an add-on board (MEMEX Board). It provides for copy protection of games and determines available progressive jackpot modes and paytable features (such as CASH FEVER, eMillions, Hot Link, etc.). Important: Games of software level C5.x.x require programming revision F on mainboard PLD-chip U2 (labeled U2-F), to support the security device.

P1

SD

MEMEX Board

The MEMEX board holds the security device (SD), EPROM sockets U10 and U11 and a memory extension. The MEMEX board and the mainboard act as a unit. During a RAM Reset the MEMEX board always has to be installed to the mainboard to clear the memory located on the MEMEX board, too. Important: An exchange of the MEMEX board will require a RAM reset.

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2. Introduction 2.5.2 Multimedia Board The multimedia board performs graphic and sound calculations. Security relevant routines are not performed on this board. Graphic and sound files and the multimedia operating system are stored on the multimedia software CD in the DVDdrive. Important: Games of software level C5.x.x require BIOS version HBI-STD-1.2.0.20 or higher installed on socket IC27.

2.5.3 Graphic Board VP-11 The graphic board performs graphic calculations and connects to the flat screen display(s) via LVDS cable. The LVDS cable also carries the supply voltage for the display(s). Important: Games of software level C5.x.x require graphic board type VP-11.

2.5.4 Commboard 68k V2.10 (optional) The Atronic commboard 68k provides connection to various online systems (see appendix) and/or to other Atronic gaming machines. System addresses, jackpot addresses and SAS channel allocation is set here. Commboard software EPROMs are located on sockets U34 and U35. C5.x.x commboard software uses 8MBit EPROM chips. The commboard can also act as a progressive jackpot controller. An Atronic Progressive Link (APL) can manage multi-level progressive jackpots without the need of external controller hardware.

P1

U34

U35

7 89

7 89

7 89

7 89

7 89

7 89

ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

S1

S2

S3

S4

S6

S7

S5

S8

IC27
1
2 34

P1

1
2 34

1
2 34

1
2 34

1
2 34

1
2 34

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5 6

5 6

5 6

5 6

5 6

5 6

11

2.5.5 Equipment required for Configuration The following special equipment is required to perform the RAM Reset and Jackpot Configuration procedures described in this manual. RAM Reset EPROM HMB-RRES01 p/n 65998561 Commboard Clear EPROMs (U34/U35) Q-CB-RAM-CLEAR p/n 65998560 Jackpot Configuration Kit (ALink Kit) with software "Alink Config for Windows 3.0.2" or higher. (if progressive jackpot configuration is required) Important: Alink Config 3.0.2 is required and supports software level C5.x.x and higher only. Please contact Atronic Technical Service or your local Atronic sales representative to obtain appropriate equipment. Availability of reset and configuration equipment is subject to jurisdictional regulations.

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2. Introduction

2.6 Software Naming


Atronic game software always comes as a software set. A Clevel software set of version C5.x.x. consists of 7 game EPROMs, 1 multimedia CD, 1 BIOS EPROM and 1 security device. Game software is available in different Bet/Line versions and progressive modes (Standalone, CASH FEVER, SAS progressive, etc.). Important: Never mix software sets or use any software combinations that are not approved by Atronic.

Platform Specifier

Media Specifier

Jurisdiction Specifier

Game Name

Major Version

Minor Version

Patch Level

Build Number

For example only

H BS_STD_ 12. 0. 0. 130 H GM_STD_GAME_12. 0. 0. 89 H CD_STD_GAME_12. 0. 0. 80 H CB_STD_ 12. 0. 0. 44 H BI_ STD_ 1. 2. 0. 20 H SD- STD- GAME - 0. 5.26.1

Software

Location

Base SW Game SW Multimedia (CD-ROM) Commboard SW BIOS Security Device

Mainboard U5, U6, U10, U11 Mainboard U7, U8 DVD-Drive Commboard U34, U35 Multimediaboard IC27 Mainboard Add-On Board (MEMEX Board)

Paytable Progressive Feature Version

GAME 01-G-MA-STD-5-21-10-A94
Game ID Reels Lines Bet per Line Paytable Classification

Paytable SW

Mainboard U9

Percentage

Each part of a software set is labeled according to this scheme. When the machine is operating, the software versions can be reviewed by entering the Service Menu or the Audit Menu. The folder "Machine Information / General Machine Settings" lists the EPROM versions. Atronic game EPROMs do always come with an Atronic seal label that lists part number, socket, chip type, naming, checksum and Kobetron value. Removing this label will void the EPROM. Atronic game EPROMs come as a one-time-programmable (OTP-ROM) type.
Part Number Socket
MB U07

Chip Type
8M MX27C8000PC-10

For example only

66004657

THE CRAZY NEST HGM-STD-CRNE-4.0.4.1


22AD UUC0

Checksum

Kobetron

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2.7 Basic Setup - Overview


The following sections describe how to carry out the RAM Reset and the Initial Setup which are required to configure basic machine settings and to carry out jackpot configuration. 2.7.1 General Atronic machines usually come configured as specified during order processing. However it might be necessary to reconfigure basic machine settings, such as denomination, metering, paytable, etc. These settings can not be altered during normal operation, as they require a machine reinitialisation for technical or jurisdictional reasons. Applying new progressive jackpot settings also requires a RAM Reset. To reconfigure basic machine and jackpot settings: 1. Configure the Commboard This is necessary only, if you have to alter the commboard settings, such as progressive mode or channel allocation. 2. Carry out a RAM Reset This will clear all machine data, statistics and settings, including progressive jackpot configuration. 3. Carry out the Initial Setup After a RAM Reset the machine automatically enters the Initial Setup menu. The Initial Setup allows to configure all basic machine setting. 4. Carry out (Progressive) Jackpot Configuration A PC or notebook with Atronic's Alink Config software is connected to the gaming machine and uploads the progressive jackpot configuration data. In an Atronic Progressive Link (APL) the jackpot configuration has to be carried out at the APL master machine only. The jackpot configuration data is then transferred to all linked APL slave machines. Important: It is necessary to carry out the progressive jackpot configuration directly after the Initial Setup. Do not insert credits before the jackpot configuration data is uploaded. Note: Find more detailed information on commboard setup and cabeling in the setup manuals that refer to a certain linked gaming product, such as "Hot Link - Setup and Configuration".

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2.7.2 Prerequisites for Linked Machines If the game is to be set to progressive mode, make sure to meet following prerequisites: An appropriate Security Device (SD) is installed on the mainboard. The Security Device has to match to the game concept. Different Security Devices are available for: Non-progressive mode Progressive mode (standard single level) Atronic Linked Gaming Products An Atronic commboard is installed. Commboard DIP switches S5/1-3 are set to a particular progressive jackpot mode, before the RAM Reset was carried out. Commboard DIP switches S5/6 is set to ON, if communication to an online system is required. SAS address and APL address (if required) are set by means of the commboard rotary switches. Jackpot configuration software Alink Config 3.0.2 is installed on PC or notebook. The device drivers for the Alink Config USB dongle are installed. The Alink Config USB dongle is connected to one of the PC USB ports (the older parallel port dongle does not work with Alink 3.0.x). The device drivers for the USB to serial adapter are installed (only needed if you PC does not feature a serial port). An Atronic PC-Setup serial cable is at hand.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Note: Software Alink Config 3.0.2, USB dongle and PC-Setup cable are part of the Atronic ALink Kit. Pinout PC-Setup Cable
SUB -D - male connector SUB -D - female connector

5 4 3 2 1 9 8 7 6 x x x x Solderside

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 x 1 2 3 x 4 5 x 6 7 8 x 9

Note: There are two different types of PC-Setup cables available: one-piece crosslink cable or standard serial cable with crosslink adapter.

2.7.3 Prerequisites for Stand-alone machines If the game is to be set to non-progressive mode, make sure to meet following prerequisites. Commboard DIP switches S5/1-4 are set to OFF before the RAM Reset was carried out. Commboard DIP switches S5/6 is set to ON, if communication to an online system is required. Accounting address (if required) is set by means of the commboard rotary switches.

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3. RAM Reset

3.RAM Reset
3.1 Overview
Performing a RAM Reset will clear all statistical data and machine settings. After RAM Reset was carried out, the Initial Setup will start automatically, allowing to configure machine's basic settings. Changing the progressive jackpot configuration also requires a RAM Reset. Important: Configure commboard DIP settings before performing the RAM Reset! Connect all peripheral hardware (bill acceptor, printer, etc) before performing the RAM Reset! Progressive jackpot configuration has to be carried out directly after RAM Reset/Initial Setup, before any game was played.

Following special Atronic EPROMs are needed to perform a RAM Reset. RAM Reset EPROM HMB-RRES01 (p/n 65998561) to reset the mainboard. Install on mainboard socket U9. Commboard Clear EPROMs Q-CB-RAM-CLEAR (p/n 65998560 ) Install on commboard sockets U34/U35. The label on the EPROMs indicates which socket U34/U35 to use.

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3. RAM Reset

3.2 RAM Reset Procedure


Important: A RAM Reset will clear all statistical data and machine settings. 1. Open maindoor and switch machine power off. 2. Open the logicbox door and remove mainboard and commboard (if installed). 3. Set up the commboard DIP switches and rotary switches (see next page for details). 4. Replace paytable EPROM on mainboard socket U9 with RAM reset EPROM "HMB-RRES01". Replace commboard EPROMs U34 and U35 with commboard clear EPROMs "Q-CB-RAM-CLEAR" U34 and U35.
P1

Commboard Mainboard Reset Button

U10

U2-F

U11

U5 U6 U7 U8 U9

+ +

SD

5. Reinstall mainboard and commboard and switch machine power on. This step must be carried out with the MEMEX board installed! 6. Wait at least until the Atronic logo and a progress bar is displayed (after approx. one minute). A flashing LED (D19) on the commboard confirms that the commboard clear was successful. 7. Switch machine power off and remove mainboard and commboard. 8. Replace RAM reset EPROM U9 with original paytable EPROM U9. Replace commboard clear EPROMs U34 and U35 with original commboard EPROMs U34 and U35. Check for correct mounting!

MEMEX Board LED D19

P1

U34

U35

7 89

7 89

7 89

7 89

7 89

7 89

ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1
2 34

1
2 34

1
2 34

1
2 34

1
2 34

1
2 34

S1

S2

S3

S4

S6

9. Reinstall mainboard and commboard and switch machine power on. 10. Wait approx. 5 minutes until the message Press Reset button to continue with formatting RAM is displayed. Press mainboard Reset button. The RAM Reset Procedure is now completed and the machine will automatically enter the Initial Setup. Proceed with the Initial Setup procedure.

Note: Always make sure to mount the EPROMs correct. The socket groove and the EPROM groove have to point to the same direction. Wrong insertion can cause permanent damage to EPROMs and boards!
6600xxxx MB U05 8M AT27C080

Groove

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5 6

5 6

5 6

5 6

5 6

5 6

S7

S5

S8

HBS-STD-5.1.1.279
xxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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3. RAM Reset

3.3Commboard DIP Switches


Tables applies to commboard software versions HCB-STD-12.0.x.xx and compatible.
Switch S1 S2 S3 S4 S6 S7 Function APL Address APL Address SAS Address, Channel 2 SAS Address, Channel 2 SAS Address, Channel 1 SAS Address, Channel 1

S1 S2

S3 S4

S6 S7

Rotary Switches

Digit x10 x01 (Address "00" disables APL address) x10 x01 x10 x01 (Address "00" disables SAS channel 2)

S5

S8

Note: If a slot machine interface board (SMIB) provides the SAS address, set Commboard SAS address to 01.

(Address "00" disables SAS channel 1)

Switch Function 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 OFF ON Off ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON Mikohn MS-10 Progressive SAS Progressive APL Mikohn MS-27 Mystery Mikohn MS-27 Mystery + Progressive Accounting System 3rd Channel SAS Progressive with ADL APL Master APL Slave APL 1 mode APL 2 mode Communication to Host enabled Communication to Host disabled Legacy Handpay Reporting Handpay Queue Ticket data overwritten if not read (overtaking progressive meters) (non-overtaking progressive meters) (typical) (stand alone, no accounting system) (data overwritten if not read, to prevent buffer overrun) (typical) (prevent buffer overrun) Affected Long Polls (use this setting for non-progressive mode) (Atronic Progressive Link)

DIP Switch Block S5

(SAS progressive using Atronic Display Link, if available)

Switch Function 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

OFF ON 2 Channel Coupon Redemption (SAS channel 1 = Bally Promotional, SAS channel 2 = EZPay) OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF Allocate Progressive polls to SAS channel 1 80, 86 Allocate Progressive polls to SAS channel 2 Allocate EFT polls to SAS channel 1 22 to 26, 28, 29, 62 to 67 Allocate EFT polls to SAS channel 2 Allocate Bonusing polls to SAS channel 1 Allocate Bonusing polls to SAS channel 2 2E, 8A, 8B

DIP Switch Block S8*

Allocate Control polls to SAS channel 1 03 to 07, 0A to 0C, 94, A8 Allocate Control polls to SAS channel 2 Allocate Ticketing polls to SAS channel 1 Allocate Ticketing polls to SAS channel 2 Send Total Drop meter Send Coin Drop meter Lock EGM if no communication to host Do not lock EGM if no communication to host 4C, 4D, 57, 58, 70, 71, 7D (Exp. 3F, 57, 67, 68)

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4. Initial Setup
4.1 Overview
After a RAM Reset, the machine automatically enters the Initial Setup. The Initial Setup is intended to configure basic settings of the machine. These settings can not be changed after the Initial Setup is completed. Any subsequent change of these setting requires a RAM reset and a new Initial Setup.

During Initial Setup a series of menu pages is displayed (see next pages for details). Simply touch the options desired to configure settings. Then touch the NEXT button to proceed to the next page. Use the BACK button to go back to the previous page, if necessary.

Some items require additional input for configuration. Touching the SET button will display an alphanumeric keyboard, a number pad or additional option sets.

After the last setting has been configured, the Initial Setup Summary page is displayed.

Important: Carefully check all settings before you confirm the Initial Setup Summary. The settings can not be changed after confirming the summary.

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4. Initial Setup 4.1.1 Initial Setup Flowchart This flowchart shows the Initial Setup sequence for a game software of software level C5.2.1. Depending on machine configuration, not all menus are displayed.
Touch Screen Calibration Cabinet Configuration Date and Time Jurisdiction Game Language Game Style* Major Currency Unit Minor Currency Unit Denomination Activation Paytable Lines* Paytable Bet per Line* Player Denominations Autoreset To Default Denomination* SAS Progressive Setup* Comms Config Summary Highbet Steps Allowed* Accounting Denomination Coin/Token Denomination Tokenisation String* NRI G13 Type* G13 Channels* Billacceptor Enabled* Billacceptor Billtable* Mechanical Meters Setup Double Up Auto Play Continuous Play Fast/Individual Reel Stop* Fund Transfers Fund Transfers AFT In House* Bonusing Serial Number Asset Number
Additional Jackpot Key Functionality
*availability of following menus depends on machine configuration and jurisdiction. Game Style Only with certain game themes Paytable Lines Paytable Bet per Line Only if a selectable paytable is installed Autoreset to Default Denomination Only with Multidenom SAS Progressive Setup Only if commboard is set to progressive mode Highbet Steps Allowed Only with Highbet paytable software Tokenisation String Not displayed if Player Denom = Coin Denom NRI G13 Type Only with NRI G13 coin acceptor installed G13 Channels Only with NRI G13 coin acceptor installed Billacceptor enabled Only with bill acceptor installed Billacceptor Billtable Only with bill acceptor installed Fast Individual Reel Stop Only if supported by the game theme Fund Transfers AFT In House Only if Fund Transfers was set to AFT Residual Credits Payout Only if machine is tokenized Printer Currency Sign Setup Only with a ticket printer installed Printer Currency Format Setup Only with a ticket printer installed AFT Transaction Receipt With AFT and supported printer only Commboard Required Only if cashless transfers, bonusing and ticket printer are disabled **Misc. Printer Options Available as of software level C5.2.2 only. In earlier versions this page is named AFT Transaction Receipt. ***The number of pages in the Game Specific Setup depends on the game theme and its game specific functions.

Residual Credits Payout* Printer Setup Printer Currency Sign Setup* Printer Currency Format Setup* Misc. Printer Options** Limits Handpay Limit Celebration Limit Payout Limit Commboard Required*

Base Summary
Accept Settings?

Game Specific Setup***

Game Summary
Accept Settings?

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4.2 Initial Setup Procedure


This section explains all Initial Setup menu pages in detail. Depending on machine configuration, not all menus are displayed. 4.2.1 Touch Screen Calibration Touch the two yellow dots displayed on screen. The controller uses the data perceived immediately before you lift off your finger to register a calibration touch. Therefore, you can touch the screen, move your finger to the target, hold for a second, and then lift your finger off. This method results in a more accurate calibration. 4.2.2 Cabinet Configuration Select e-motion for machines that feature two displays, such as e-motion, e, e SLANT TOP and Harmony. Select Harmony for machines that feature only one display, such as Harmony and Harmony SLANT TOP.

4.2.3 Date and Time Set date and time in this menu. Note: Date and time can also be set remotely using SAS poll 7F (if applicable) or in the Service Menu.

4.2.4 Jurisdiction Select the appropriate jurisdiction setting. Depending on the selected jurisdictional setting, some software functions may be restricted or altered to apply to the jurisdictional requirements. Information available in this manual refers to the default setting Standard.

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4.2.5 Game Language Select the language for gaming, tokenisation string and player messages.

4.2.6 Game Style Available with certain games only, that support asian style animations. In certain CASH FEVER games for example, this function will set the appearance of the Dr. Cashfever character to standard style or asian style. Setting Asian may require an upgrade of the machine memory (RAM) size. Please refer to the game description. 4.2.7 Major Currency Unit Select a currency symbol or an abbreviation to be displayed on-screen. If a specific currency symbol is not available, select Custom Major Currency Unit and enter a 3 digit abbreviation.

4.2.8 Minor Currency Unit Select a sub currency symbol to be displayed on-screen. If a specific sub currency symbol is not available, select Custom Minor Currency Unit and enter a 3-digit abbreviation.

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4.2.9 Denomination Activation Denomination Activation: Disallow - All configured player denominations are active. Each player denominations must have exactly one relevant payout percentage (default). Allow - Player denominations can be activated/deactivated by the operator. This allows to define player denominations with the same denomination, but different payout percentages. Disable Active Denomination: Allows or disallows to disable the currently active player denomination. Note: Percentages (games) can be activated/deactivated in the Service Menu or remotely by means of SAS long poll 09. Player denominations can be activated/deactivated remotely by means of SAS long poll B0 (Multi Denomination Preamble).

Note: This feature is available in certain jurisdictions only. Note: See also section "Player Denominations" on next page.

4.2.10 Paytable Lines Available only with paytables that feature configurable maximal number of lines (selectable paytables). Select the maximal number of lines for game play. Make sure that playfield buttons and top glass (Harmony only) are labeled accordingly. 4.2.11 Paytable Bet Per Line Select the maximal bet per line setting for game play. Make sure that playfield buttons and top glass (Harmony only) are labeled accordingly.

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4.2.12 Player Denominations Define up to five selectable denominations for game play and allocate a payout percentage to each setting. 1. Click the ADD button to add player denominations. 2. Select a denomination from the denomination list. 3. Set the attribute for this player denomination to ACTIVE or INACTIVE. (Available only with Denomination Activation set to Allow). See also section 4.2.9 Denomination Activation on previous page for details. 4. Select a paytable for this player denomination. The last two digits of the paytable naming indicate the payout percentage (for example 5-21-10-A90 = 90%). On Atronic linked progressive games (such as CASH FEVER) you have to select the correct paytable as stated in the Atronic Progressive Calculation Sheet. The Progressive Calculation Sheet is provided with every linked gaming installation. It contains the progressive calculation and defines the corresponding machine settings. To add further player denominations repeat steps 1 - 4. Note: If you want to configure a progressive jackpot, define exactly one player denomination.

5. Select a default player denomination Highlight a player denomination and press the SET AS DEFAULT button to make this player denomination the default denomination. If the AUTORESET TO DEFAULT DENOMINATION function is enabled (see next page), the game will reset to this player denomination when the game is in idle mode.

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4. Initial Setup / Initial Setup Procedure 4.2.12 Player Denominations (continued) Show Detailed Information: Touching the Show Detailed Information button displays additional information of the selected player denomination, such as max. wager and max. base game win and any jurisdictional restrictions.

RTP Compatibility Check: If the selected payout percentage of one or more player denominations does not meet the requirements of a certain jurisdiction setting, the selection is inhibited and an error message is displayed in the lower part of the screen. A valid combination that meets the jurisdictional requirements has to be selected.

4.2.13 Autoreset to Default Denomination Available only if more than one player denomination has been configured. If set to YES, this function will reset the player denomination to its default value when the machine is in idle mode for more than 1 minute. The default player denomination can be configured by means of the SET AS DEFAULT button on the previous menu page Player Denominations. 4.2.14 SAS Progressive Setup Available only if the commboard was configured to SAS progressive mode or ADL mode. Allows to configure a SAS progressive group number. Set Progressive Group to 1 (default) for: SAS progressives (single group) SAS progressive with ADL Atronic linked gaming concepts such as CASH FEVER, The Game of Life, King Kong Cash, etc. driven by an external progressive controller.

Set Progressive Group to 1 - 255 for: SAS progressives using multiple groups. Please refer to your progressive system documentation for details.

Note: Progressive jackpot mode requires a progressive mode security device (SD) installed.

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4.2.15 Comms Config Summary This information page shows the current commboard configuration which has been set by means of the commboard DIP switches and rotary switches. Check all entries carefully. If any configuration setting does not meet your requirements, switch power off and change the commboard configuration immediately (see also section "3.3 Commboard DIP Switches"). Then carry out a RAM Reset and repeat the initial setup from the beginning. If all entries are correct, proceed to the next menu page.

Note: Changing the commboard configuration (except address settings) requires a RAM reset. Note: The entry Jackpot System = Mikohn MS10 is also displayed on non-progressive machines.

4.2.16 Highbet Steps Allowed This page is available with HighBet Step paytables only. It allows to enable or disable higher bet steps (bet per line) which are selectable by means of the HighBet Step button on the button panel. YES: All high bet steps available in the paytable can be selected by pressing the HighBet Step button. Each time the button is pressed the game toggles through the bet steps (for example: 15 - 20 - 25 - 30 - 40 - 50 credits per line) NO: Only the highest bet step is available (for example: 50 credits per line). A dedicated HighBet Step button is not necessary. Button panel with HighBet Step button.

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4.2.17Accounting Denomination This setting defines the base denomination for accounting and metering. Credit values sent to an accounting system use this denomination (e.g. SAS accounting polls). Mechanical meters use this denomination for metering, if they are configured to count credits. See also section "4.2.24 Mechanical Meters Setup".

The Accounting Denomination is always a common divider of the Player Denominations. Note: It is recommended to set the accounting denomination to 0,01 units. 4.2.18 Coin/Token Denomination Defines the value (in currency) of one coin or token. The token denomination has to be a (integer) multiplier of the accounting denomination.

4.2.19 Tokenisation String Defines the tokenisation string that is displayed on screen. For example 1 buys 10 credits. Available only if the machine is tokenized. If Coin/Token Denomination = Player Denomination, the tokenisation string is not displayed. Token String and Token Unit are added automatically. Use the SET buttons to enter new strings manually, if necessary. Set the Token String Position to trailing (European style) or leading (American style). Note: When setting the token string to "Token", make sure to set token unit to "1".

Tokenisation String displayed in the lower right game screen.

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4.2.20 NRI-G13 Type (available only with a NRI G-13 coin acceptor installed) This menu defines the coin handling for NRI G-13.mft coin acceptors. It is assumed that only one type of coin shall be accepted and that all other coin types are disabled by means of the acceptor DIP switches or the acceptor programming. Note: NRI G-13.mft acceptors for Atronic EGMs use a special programming. Do not use other programming as this may lead to malfunction. NRI G-13 acceptors are available in two versions (see acceptor label): "06C" = (Casino version / FAST programmed) -> select FAST (single channel) mode. "06V" = (Validator version / SLOW programmed) -> select SLOW (multichannel) mode.

4.2.21 G13 Channels (available only with setting NRI-G13 Type set to SLOW) Set Multiplier: Set all multipliers to 1 (standard setting if only one type of coin is accepted). Set As Hopper Channel: Enter the coin signal line of the accepted coin type. See acceptor label to check which coin type relates to which coin signal line.

Example: 50 Euro cent coin shall be accepted. All other coins are disabled. Hopper channel has to be set to 4, because this is the coin signal line that refers to the 50 Euro cent coin.

G-13 Type

Coin Type

Coin Coin Signal Channels Line

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4.2.22 Bill Acceptor Enabled Enable or disable the bill acceptor. YES - NO - Bill acceptor is active and can be activated/deactivated in the Service Menu. Bill acceptor is deactivated permanently and can not be activated in the Service Menu.

4.2.23 Bill Acceptor - Billtable This menu allows to disable bills and to edit the bill table. Use the Enable/Disable button to permanently disable the acceptance of a particular bill. Bills that have been disabled in this menu can not be enabled in the Service Menu. Note: Usually the bill table is configured automatically and no editing of bill value or currency is required. Change values only if configuration may still be required.

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4.2.24Mechanical Meters Setup Defines which softmeters are assigned to the mechanical meters. Touch the Change Selected button to view a set of options for a mechanical meter and select the desired meter mode. Money = metered in major currency units, e.g. Euro Cents = metered in minor currency units, e.g, Cents Credits = metered in accounting denomination credits

See also section 4.2.17 Accounting Denomination. Note: Money values are rounded to full currency units, as mechanical meters can count integers only. Decimal places are calculated internally only. Note: In jurisdiction France credits are metered as player credits instead of accounting credits. Find a detailed description of the available meter mode settings on the following pages: Mechanical Meter 1 (Meter is labeled "Credits Wagered") Money Wagered (in currency) Total amount of money wagered. Cents Wagered (in cents) Total amount of money wagered. Metered in cents. Credits Wagered (in accounting credits) Total amount of credits wagered.

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4. Initial Setup / Initial Setup Procedure 4.2.24 Mechanical Meters Setup continued Mechanical Meter 2 (Meter is labeled "Credits Won") Money Won + Prog. + Bonus, with Jackpot (in currency) Total amount of money which has been won, including wins, progressives and bonus awards that directly result in a jackpot handpay. Cents Won + Prog. + Bonus, with Jackpot (in cents) Same as Money Won + Prog. + Bonus, with Jackpot, but metered in cents (subcurrency). Credits Won + Prog. + Bonus, with Jackpot (in accounting credits) Same as Money Won + Prog. + Bonus, with Jackpot, but metered in accounting credits. Money Won + Prog. + Bonus, without Jackpot (in currency) Total amount of money which has been won, excluding wins, progressives and bonus awards that directly result in a jackpot handpay. Cents Won + Prog. + Bonus, without Jackpot (in cents) Same as Money Won + Prog. + Bonus, without Jackpot, but metered in cents (subcurrency). Credits Won + Prog. + Bonus, without Jackpot (in accounting credits) Same as Money Won + Prog. + Bonus, without Jackpot, but metered in accounting credits. Note: The threshold for jackpot handpays has to be adjusted by means of the setting 4.2.41. Handpay Limit.

Mechanical Meter 3 (Meter is labeled "Coins Drop") Money Drop with Bills (in currency) Total amount of money from stacked bills and coins to dropbox. Cents Drop with Bills (in cents) Same as Money Drop with Bills, but metered in cents (subcurrency). Credits Drop with Bills (in accounting credits) Same as Money Drop with Bills, but metered in accounting credits. Money Drop without Bills (in currency) Total amount of money from coins to dropbox. Cents Drop without Bills (in cents) Same as Money Drop without Bills, but metered in cents (subcurrency). Credits Drop without Bills (in accounting credits) Same as Money Drop without Bills, but metered in accounting credits.

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4. Initial Setup / Initial Setup Procedure 4.2.24 Mechanical Meters Setup continued Mechanical Meter 4 (Meter is labeled "Hand Paid") Money Handpaid with Jackpot (in currency) Total value of all handpays, including key money out, handpaid jackpot wins, handpaid progressives and handpaid bonus awards. Cents Handpaid with Jackpot (in cents) Same as Money Handpaid with Jackpot, but metered in cents (subcurrency). Credits Handpaid with Jackpot (in accounting credits) Same as Money Handpaid with Jackpot, but metered in accounting credits. Money Handpaid without Jackpot (in currency) Total value of handpays initiated by a cash out request (cancelled credits), including key credit out, but excluding handpaid jackpot wins, handpaid progressives and handpaid bonus awards. Cents Handpaid without Jackpot (in cents) Same as Money Handpaid without Jackpot, but metered in cents (subcurrency). Credits Handpaid without Jackpot (in accounting credits) Same as Money Handpaid without Jackpot, but metered in accounting credits. Games Won Total number of won games. Games lost in the double-up feature are not booked to this meter. Money True In Total amount of money from accepted coins and bills, card cashable in, card non cashable in, card promotional in, voucher cashable in, voucher promotional in, voucher nonrestricted in, key money in. Cents True In (in cents) Same as Money True In, but metered in Cents (subcurrency) Credits True In (in accounting credits) Same as Money True In, but metered in Accounting Credits. Note: The threshold for jackpot handpays has to be adjusted by means of the setting 4.2.41 Handpay Limit.

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4. Initial Setup / Initial Setup Procedure 4.2.24 Mechanical Meters Setup continued Mechanical Meter 5 (Meter is labeled "Games") Games Played Total number of games played. Money Bills in (in currency) Total amount of money from accepted bills. Cents Bills in (in cents) Same as Money Bills In, but metered in cents (subcurrency). Credits Bills in (in accounting credits) Same as Money Bills In, but metered in accounting credits. Money True Out (in currency) Total amount of money from coins paid from hopper, card cashable out, card non cashable out, card promotional out, voucher cashable out, voucher promotional out, key money out, handpaid with Jackpot Cents True Out (in cents) Same as Money True Out, but metered in cents (subcurrency). Credits True Out (in cents) Same as Money True Out, but metered in accounting credits.

Mechanical Meter 6 (Meter is labeled "Jackpot") Money Jackpot with Progressive and Bonus (in currency) Total amount from wins that automatically result in a jackpot handpay, including handpaid progressives and handpaid bonus awards. Cancelled credits (handpaid after a player initiated cash out request) are not booked to this meter. Cents Jackpot with Progressive and Bonus (in cents) Same as Money Jackpot with Progressive and Bonus, but metered in cents (subcurrency). Credits Jackpot with Progressive and Bonus (in accounting credits) Same as Money Jackpot with Progressive and Bonus, but metered in accounting credits. Note: The threshold for jackpot handpays has to be adjusted by means of the setting 4.2.41 Handpay Limit.

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4.2.25 Double Up Defines the availability of the double up feature. This setting does not activate the double up feature directly. It just allows or blocks the activation of the double up feature via Service Menu. Select Yes to allow activation of the double up feature in the Service Menu. See also section 2.4.2.1 Service Menu / Settings / Game / Games Mode / Double Up. Select No to block activation of the double up feature in the Service Menu. The menu "Service Menu / Settings / Game / Games Mode / Double Up" is blocked.

4.2.26 Auto Play Enables or disables the auto play feature. In auto play mode, games will start automatically until: Player interaction is necessary. Autoplay mode is deactivated by pressing the Auto Play button again. Auto play mode is deactivated by pressing any of the Bet or Line buttons. Not enough credits remain for the selected bet. Note: The Auto Play feature can also be enabled or disabled in Service Menu / Settings / Game / Games Mode or remotely by sendind SAS poll AA (enable/disable auto rebet).

If the button panel does not feature an AUTO PLAY button, an AUTO PLAY button is displayed on-screen. 4.2.27 Continuous Play Enables or disables the continuous play feature. If enabled, games start automatically while one of the buttons that starts a game is pressed constantly. Continuous play games are faster than standard (single triggered) games. If disabled, a button has to be released and pressed to start a game.

Note: The Continuous Play feature can also be enabled or disabled in Service Menu / Settings / Game / Games Mode.

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4.2.28 Fast/Individual Reel Stop (available with some game titles only) If set to Yes, this function allows players to: Fast Reel Stop - Stop all reels immediately by pressing a Bet button while the reels spin. Individual Reel Stop - Stop a particular reel by touching the reel on-screen.

The fast/individual reel stop feature is available only in the base game (not during free games) and applicable with some game titles and in some jurisdictions only. 4.2.29 Fund Transfers Enable or disable cashless transactions from/to a cashless system. None - Electronic credit transfers are disabled. EFT - Allows cashless transactions using legacy SAS 5 commands. AFT - Allows cashless transactions using AFT In-house transfers as specified with SAS 6 protocol. Disables EFT commands. Note: When using AFT, make sure to use printer firmware capable of printing asset numbers with min. 8 digits.

Selecting EFT or AFT requires a commboard installed. 4.2.30 Fund Transfers AFT In House (available only if Fund Transfers was set to AFT) Partial In Allowed: Allows transfers to the machine, with amounts less than the amount specified by the host (default = Yes). Example: If a transfer to the machine would exceed the Credit Limit, a partial transfer is initiated and only amounts up to the Credit Limit are transferred. Partial Out Allowed: Allows transfers to the host, with amounts less than the amount specified by the host (default = Yes). Transfer to host of less than full amount allowed: Allows transfers to the host of less than all active credits on the credit meter (default = Yes). Software / Basic Setup - C5.2.x

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4.2.31 Bonusing This menu configures the handling of bonus awards. Bonusing Enabled: NO - Bonusing disabled LEGACY - Enables legacy bonusing (SAS 3). Disables AFT bonusing. AFT - Enables AFT bonusing. Disables legacy bonusing. BOTH - Enables both AFT bonusing and legacy bonusing.

Presentation Type: ADVANCED - A player interruptible bonus presentation is displayed. Bonus amount is displayed in credits. REDUCED - A bonusing text message is displayed in the lower part of the game screen. Bonus amount is displayed in currency. BOTH - Both methods ADVANCED and REDUCED are used depending on the bonus amount. Configurable by the PRESENTATION LIMIT function.

Presentation Type Advanced

Presentation Limit: Bonus awards equal to or exceeding this limit (in currency) use presentation type ADVANCED. Bonus awards below this limit use presentation type REDUCED. Use the SET button to adjust the limit. Note: AFT bonusing and legacy bonusing use different ways of metering. Please refer to chapter Audit Menu / History for details. Presentation Type Reduced

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4.2.32 Serial Number Enter the serial number of the machine. You can find the serial number nameplate located at the right side of the machine. The entered serial number can be reviewed in the Audit Menu on the Machine Information / General Machine Settings page or can be polled by sending SAS long poll 54. 4.2.33 Asset Number Sets an asset number for AFT and ticketing. Each gaming machine must have a unique asset number. The asset number is an operator set machine identifier. Every AFT poll includes this asset number to uniquely identify the machine. The asset number entered here is also printed on cashout vouchers to easily identify the machine that issued a voucher (Ticket Machine ID / max. 8 digits). If asset number 0 was entered in this menu, the Ticket Machine ID is set automatically according to the following scheme: Ticket Machine ID = Host ID x 1000 + (Commboard) SAS Address Note: Notation Ticket Machine ID is used as of software level C5.2.2.

The asset number and the ticket machine ID can be reviewed in the "Audit Menu / Machine Information / General Machine Settings" menu.

4.2.34 Additional Jackpot Key Functionality Key Credit In Enabled: Enable or disable key credit in mode. If enabled, an attendant can add (or clear) money to (from) the credit meter by means of the jackpot key. Note: Please refer to the "Operating" manual for details about the key credit handling.

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4.2.35Residual Credit Payout This setting defines the handling of residual credits. Handpay / Locked: When residual credits remain after a cash out, "press cashout for handpay or continue gameplay" is displayed. When the cashout button is pressed again, the machine goes into handpay mode and the message "Call Attendant for Handpay XXX (currency)" is displayed. The button panel is deactivated. An attendant must confirm the handpay using the jackpot key. Handpay / Playable: When residual credits remain after a cash out, "press cashout for handpay XXX or continue gameplay" is displayed. When the Cashout button is pressed again, the machine goes into handpay mode, but the button panel stays active. When now a new bet is placed, the machine returns to game mode and sends a handpay cancelled message to the system. No Handpay: When residual credits remain after a cash out and the cashout button is pressed again, the message "Insert money or play off residual credits" is displayed. No handpay is possible. Note: If a ticket printer is configured, the residual credit handling also depends on the configured printer pay mode. See also section 2.2.5.1 Service Menu / Settings / Hardware / Printer / Barcode Payout.

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4.2.36 Printer Setup Printer Enabled: Enables or disables the printer in general. Note: The printer must be connected before the Initial Setup was started, to allow enabling the printer. Validation Type: Sets the validation type for cashout vouchers and validated handpays as required by the host system. If the printer is enabled, validation modes Secure Enhanced and System are available. If the printer is disabled, validation modes Secure Enhanced and None are available.

Note: Validation type Standard is not supported. Handpay Validation: Enable or disable the validation of handpays. Available with validation type Secure Enhanced only. With Handpay Validation enabled the gaming machine remains locked until a gaming machine validation ID has been sent by the host system.

Additional Information for Ticketing and Validation If the printer was enabled, the machine is not playable until the voucher text is configured. The machine displays the error message Voucher Text not initialized and remains locked until the host has sent long poll 7C or 7D. The voucher text can also be set manually on menu page 2.2.5.2 Service Menu / Settings / Hardware / Printer / Casino Information. If handpay validation was enabled, the machine is not playable until a gaming machine validation ID and a validation sequence number was configured. The machine reports exception 3F (Validation ID not configured) until a gaming machine validation ID and a validation sequence number has been sent by the host system. To allow voucher redemption functionality a ticket-in dongle (CommKey) has to be installed on the commboard and the setting 2.2.2.3 Service Menu / Settings / Hardware / Bill Acceptor / Voucher Redemption has to be enabled.

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4.2.37 Printer Currency Sign Setup Select the currency sign or currency abbreviation to be printed on vouchers. Note: When selecting a currency sign (, $, ), make sure the printer software supports printing the selected character. Otherwise select a currency abbreviation instead.

4.2.38 Printer Currency Format Setup Select the currency sign position, the thousands separator and the decimal separator to be printed on vouchers. Default setting is American style ($ 1,000.00)

4.2.39 Misc. Printer Options Note: The menu page Misc. Printer Options is available as of software level C5.2.2 only. In earlier versions this page is named AFT Transaction Receipts and does not include the Initial Permission to Print Promotional Tickets setting. Initial Permission to Print Promotional Tickets This setting allows to initially enable or disable printing of vouchers with restricted promotional amounts and foreign restricted promotional amounts (default = YES). This setting can also be configured remotely by the host, by sending SAS poll 7B (Extended Validation Status Command). AFT Transaction Receipts This setting is available only, if AFT is enabled and a printer that supports printing AFT transaction receipts is installed. Select if the printing of AFT transaction receipt is allowed. YES - A transaction receipt is printed after successful AFT transactions, if requested by the host system. NO - Transaction receipts are not printed.

Note: Only special printer firmware supports printing AFT transaction receipts. At time of document creation this is the Ithaca EPIC 950 printer with firmware version S04920 only.

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4.2.40 Limits Credit Limit (in currency): Defines the maximum amount of money that can be accumulated to the credit meter. Touch the SET button to adjust the credit limit between 0 and 5.000.000,00 (default = 5.000.000,00). If the credit limit would be exceeded by inserting a bill or a voucher, this bill or voucher is rejected and the message "Bill Value Exceeds Maximum Credit" is displayed. If the credit limit is exceeded with a win, the entire win amount is paid out immediately. Note: The setting Credit Limit can also be adjusted in the Service Menu. See section 2.4.3.3 Service Menu / Settings / Game / Limit Settings / General Limits / Credit Limit.

Purchase Limit (in currency): Defines the maximum amount of money that can be booked to the credit meter by inserting coins, bills, vouchers or by electronic fund transfers (EFT/AFT). Touch the SET button to adjust the limit between 0 and 999.999,99 (default = 999.999,99). If the purchase limit is reached, the coin acceptor and the bill acceptor are disabled.

If the purchase limit would be exceeded by inserting money (or a voucher), it is rejected and an error message is displayed. AFT transfers that exceed the purchase limit are rejected (if AFT / PARTIAL IN ALLOWED is set to NO).

Bill/Coin Acceptor Limit (in currency): Defines the maximum amount of money that can be booked to the credit meter by inserting bills or coins. Touch the SET button to adjust between 0 and 5.000.000,00 (default = 5.000.000,00). If the bill/coin acceptor limit would be exceeded by inserting a coin or bill, it is rejected and the message "Bill limit is reached - No more bills can be accepted" is displayed. Note: The setting Gamble Limit can also be adjusted in the Service Menu. See section 2.4.3.3 Service Menu / Settings / Game / Limit Settings / General Limits / Gamble Limit.

Gamble Limit (in currency): Defines the maximum amount of money that can be won in the Double Up feature. Touch the SET button to adjust the Gamble Limit between 0 and the Credit Limit. If the Gamble Limit is set to 0 , the gamble limit value is read from the paytable. If the paytable does not contain a gamble limit value, the games top award is used instead. This setting applies only, if Double Up was configured to Max Allowed by means of the corresponding Service Menu setting. See also section 2.4.2.1 Service Menu / Settings / Game / Games Mode / Double Up. Software / Basic Setup - C5.2.x

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4. Initial Setup / Initial Setup Procedure Important: A top award win (5x top symbol) or a progressive win does not automatically initiate a jackpot handpay! The win amount has to equal or exceed the adjusted Handpay Limit or Celebration Limit, in order to initiate a jackpot handpay. 4.2.41Handpay Limit The setting Handpay Limit determines the threshold for jackpot handpays. If the win amount of a single game equals or exceeds the limit, a jackpot handpay is initiated. The limit can be activated/deactivated and adjusted separately for different types of wins. paytable wins progressive wins total game wins (excluding bonus) external bonus wins Note: The setting Handpay Limit can also be adjusted in the Service Menu. See section 2.4.3.2 Service Menu / Settings / Game / Limit Settings / Handpay Limit for a more detailed description and advanced options.

Note: Operators have to check and adjust these limits in accordance with casino regulations for jackpot handpays. 4.2.42 Celebration Limit The Celebration Limit allows operators to configure an additional win limit with selectable payout destination. It can be activated/deactivated and adjusted separately for different types of wins. paytable wins progressive wins total game wins (excluding bonus) external bonus wins

Destination: If the Destination setting is set to Handpay (default), the Celebration Limit acts exactly like the Handpay Limit. If the Destination setting is set to Voucher, Host or Credit Meter, wins exceeding the limit are paid by/to this device.

Note: The setting Celebration Limit can also be adjusted in the Service Menu. See section 2.4.3.1 Service Menu / Settings / Game / Limit Settings / Celebration Limit for a more detailed description and advanced options.

Note: Particular paytable EPROMs will configure the Celebration Limit default values automatically. Operators have to check and adjust these limits in accordance with casino regulations for jackpot handpays.

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4.2.43 Payout Limit The payout limit determines the threshold for cashout handpays (cancelled credits). When the Cash Out button is pressed and the cashout amount equals or exceeds this limit, a cashout handpay (cancelled credits) is initiated and has to be acknowledged by an attendant by turning the jackpot key. When the Cash Out button is pressed and the cashout amount is below this limit, it is immediately paid out by the standard payout device (hopper, voucher, etc.). Note: The Payout Limit can also be adjusted in the Service Menu. See section 2.4.3.3 Service Menu / Settings / Game / Limit Settings / General Limits / Payout Limit.

4.2.44 Commboard Required Defines whether the software checks for the presence of a commboard. If validation or a progressive have been configured, this page is not displayed and automatically set to YES. YES - The presence of a commboard is checked. The game will lock and display Communication with commboard not established if communication between commboard and mainboard could not be established. NO - The presence of a commboard is not checked.

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4.2.45 Initial Setup: Base Summary After the last page of basic settings has been configured, the base summary page is displayed. The base summary page consists of several pages. Use the scroll bar to navigate through the pages. Important: Carefully check all settings before confirming the summary. Any later change of the Initial Setup settings will require a RAM Reset. If any setting is incorrect, refuse the summary by touching the Back button. If all settings are correct, confirm the summary by touching the Accept Settings button.

At this point the Initial Setup is completed for most games. If the games features a Game Specific Setup proceed on next page. For all other games proceed with jackpot configuration (if required) and Service Menu settings. Important: Do not insert money or start any games before jackpot configuration is completed!

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4.2.46 Initial Setup: Game Specific Setup Available only with games that feature a game Specific Setup. After the Initial Setup basic settings have been configured, the game specific part of the Initial Setup starts. Depending on game type and game theme there are different menus and functions available for configuration.

4.2.47 Initial Setup: Game Summary After the last page of game specific settings has been configured, the game summary page is displayed. If any setting is incorrect, refuse the summary by touching the Back button. If all settings are correct, confirm the summary by touching the Accept Settings button.

At this point the Initial Setup is completed. Proceed with jackpot configuration (if required) and Service Menu settings. Important: Do not insert money or start any games before progressive jackpot configuration is completed!

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5.Jackpot Configuration

This section describes the jackpot configuration procedure in brief. You will need an Atronic ALink Kit to carry out this procedure. If the commboard was set to progressive mode, the game starts up with the message Jackpot Configuration Required or APL: Configuration Required, to indicate that jackpot configuration is required. Note: Please refer to the setup and configuration manuals for a particular Atronic linked gaming product for more detailed information. For example Hot Link - Setup and Configuration 1.0.

5.1 Progressive Calculation Sheet

The progressive parameters (such as base value and increment) are calculated by means of the Atronic Progressive Calculation Sheet. During order processing you received a copy of this calculation sheet which determines the parameters for a particular installation. To avoid incorrect payout percentages, do not use other values than stated in this document. If an alteration of the progressive parameters becomes necessary, please ask your local sales representative for a recalculation.

Progressive Calculation Sheet -Summary Page (for example only)

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5.2 Prerequisites
Make sure to meet following prerequisites before you start the jackpot configuration procedure. 5.2.1 Hardware Prerequisites A progressive mode security device (SD) is installed on the mainboard. An Atronic commboard is installed. Commboard DIP switches S5/1-3 are set to a particular progressive jackpot mode, before the Initial Setup was carried out (see also section Commboard Setup on page 14). Jackpot address and accounting address (if required) are set with the Commboard rotary switches. Jackpot configuration software Alink Config 3.0.2 is installed on PC or notebook. The device drivers for the Alink Config USB dongle are installed. The Alink Config USB dongle is connected to one of the PC USB ports. The device drivers for the USB to serial adapter are installed (only needed if you PC does not feature serial ports). An Atronic PC-Setup serial cable is at hand. Note: Jackpot configuration software Alink Config 3.0.2, the USB dongle and the PC-Setup cable are part of the Atronic ALink Kit.

Pinout PC-Setup Cable


SUB -D - male connector SUB -D - female connector

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RAM Reset and Initial Setup were carried out. Only one player denomination was set during Initial Setup. No money was inserted and no game was played.

5.2.3 A-Link Versions Use A-Link 2.6.6 for software levels C4.x.x. Use A-Link 3.0.2 for software levels C5.x.x.

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5.3 Jackpot Configuration Procedure


This section describes the jackpot configuration procedure in brief. You will need an ALink kit to carry out this procedure. If the commboard was set to progressive mode, the game starts up with the message Jackpot Configuration Required or APL: Configuration Required, to indicate that jackpot configuration is missing.

1. Connect the Alink Config USB dongle to the PC. 2. Connect the PC-Setup cable to a PC serial port (e.g. COM1) and to the machine serial port (mainboard J2). If your PC does not feature a serial port, you have to use the USB to serial adapter. 3. Start the PC and run A-Link Config 3.0.2.

4. Download the current progressive jackpot configuration. At the machine: Press the green Service button on the mainboard to enter the Service Menu. Select 2.6.1 Settings / Communication Settings / Jackpot Configuration and touch the Start Jackpot Configuration button. At the PC: Select Download from the Alink menu.

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5. Jackpot Configuration / Jackpot Configuration Procedure 5.2 Jackpot Configuration Procedure continued 5. When the download was successful the ALink setup window is displayed.

6. Select Progressive General Settings and configure as needed. Then click Save & Quit to apply changes and to close the window. If a Media Controller (Atronic PC that drives a display) and an overhead display is connected, set Overhead Display type to Ataka. Do not enable settings Tower Box or Debug Mode. 7. Select Progressive Parameters and configure as stated on the Atronic Progressive Jackpot Calculation Sheet that came with your order. Values are in currency. Then click Save & Quit to apply changes and to close the window. Note: Some game concepts such as CASH FEVER use predefined (fixed) settings dependent on paytable version. Note: The field Base Value supports no commas or dots. Fill in integers only.

8. Check all settings carefully and click Save, to save a backup of the settings to disk (recommended). 9. Click Upload to send the data to the machine. Pay attention to the application notes and confirm with OK to start upload. 10. When the upload was successful, click Quit to exit the program, remove the PC-setup cable and close logic box and maindoor. 11. Clear the "Logic Door Open" message at the machine by turning the Audit Key.

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6. Service Menu

6. Service Menu*
Several pages of information, configuration and diagnostics can be accessed from the Service Menu. The structure of the Service Menu is designed to be user friendly and self-explanatory. *Note: The numeration within this chapter relates to the numeration of the Service Menu screens.

The Service Menu consists of folders that contain pages of information and settings. To navigate to the desired folder, touch the assigned folder tab. Some menus have information stored on more than one page. Use the scroll bars to navigate through the items. Access the Service Menu To access the Service Menu, press the Service button at the front of the logic box. The maindoor switch must be in the open position. To exit the Service Menu, press the Service button again or close the maindoor.

Note: The Service Menu can be activated (without opening the maindoor) by sending SAS long poll 0A enter maintenance mode. To exit Service Menu send 0B exit maintenance mode.

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6. Service Menu

Access the Service Menu To access the Service Menu, press the Service button at the front of the logic box. The maindoor switch must be in the open position. To exit the Service Menu, press the Service button again or close the maindoor.

Note: The Service Menu can be activated remotely (without opening the maindoor) by sending SAS long poll 0A enter maintenance mode. To exit Service Menu send 0B exit maintenance mode.

Apply Changes Important: Touch the Save button within a menu page to apply changes.

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Service Menu - Flowchart


for Software Level C5.2.1

Note: Availability of some menus pages depends on hardware and software configuration, and jurisdiction. * only with e-motion cabinet ** only with Harmony cabinet *** only with AFT configured

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6. Service Menu / Machine Information

1. Machine Information*

The Machine Information page lists General Machine Settings and Commboard Settings. Most machine settings can be reviewed on this pages. Note: Please have this information at hand, if you contact Atronic Technical Service for technical support.

*Note: The numeration used within this chapter relates to the numeration of the Service Menu screens.

1.1 General Machine Settings Software Information: Lists the current software versions and the activated game, as well as the accounting and progressive protocols, that have been configured. Hardware Information: Machine ID: Bill Acceptor: Coin Acceptor: Printer Type: Button Panel Style: A unique Atronic ID number Type of bill acceptor, acceptor firmware version and checksum Type of coin acceptor Type of printer and printer firmware version Style and layout of button panel

Parameters: Shows parameters coin/token denomination, accounting denomination, player denominations and corresponding paytable version, credit limit, purchase limit and bill/coin acceptor limit as defined in the Initial Setup. Active Handpay Limit: Lists the thresholds for jackpot handpays for Paytable Wins, Progressive Wins, Total Game Wins and External Bonus Wins. Active Celebration Limit: Lists the thresholds for celebration limit payouts for Paytable Wins, Progressive Wins, Total Game Wins and External Bonus Wins and the configured payout device (Handpay, Voucher, Host, Credit Meter).

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6. Service Menu / Machine Information 1.1 General Machine Settings continued Mechanical Meters: Lists the hardmeter configuration as defined in the Initial Setup. Additional Information: Lists the current machine configuration as defined in the Initial Setup and the Service Menu. Following items are listed: Jurisdiction, Denomination Activation Allowed, Autoreset to Default Denomination, Double Up Allowed, Fund Transfers, Asset Number, Ticket Machine ID (as of software level C5.2.2 only), AFT Inhouse, AFT Partial In Allowed, AFT Partial Out Allowed, AFT Transfer to Host of less than full Amount Allowed, AFT Transaction Receipt, Bonusing, Bonusing Presentation Type, Bonusing Presentation Limit, Jackpot Key Credits, Auto Play, Continuous Play, Fast/Individual Reel Stop Allowed, Commboard required, Serial Number, Billacceptor enabled, Residual Payout, Currency, Sub Currency, Printer, Validation Type, Handpay Validation, Barcode Payout, Jackpot Receipt.

1.2 Commboard Settings This information page shows the current commboard configuration which was set be means of the commboard dip switches and rotary switches. General Configuration: Shows the accounting protocol version and if it has been enabled/disabled by means of DIP switch S5-6. SAS Channel Configuration: Shows which SAS channels are enabled, the SAS address on each channel, and which functions have been allocated to which channel. SAS Channel Attributes: Shows the configuration status of special commboard options. Jackpot Configuration: Shows the progressive mode (as a coded number) and the (progressive) jackpot system. Note: Jackpot System = Mikohn MS10 is also shown in nonprogressive mode.

Note: See also section 3.3 Commboard DIP Switches on page 19.

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2. Settings
This menu is intended to configure machine settings, which are allowed to be altered during normal operation. Following submenus are available: Basic Hardware Machine Game Communication Settings (incl. progressive jackpot configuration)

Important: Touch the Save button within a menu page to apply changes.

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6. Service Menu / Settings / Basic 2.1 Basic This menu is intended to configure basic machine settings. Following submenus are available: Date / Time Top Light Playfield Height Adjustment

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2.1.1 Date / Time Sets date and time for internal event logs. Date and time can also be set by the online system using SAS poll 7F (if applicable).

2.1.2 Top Light Configures the top light flashing patterns. 2.1.2.1 General Configuration Select between standard top light handling and advanced top light handling. The corresponding configuration buttons becomes active.

2.1.2.2 Standard Top Light Handling Standard top light handling for 2-bar or 3-bar top lights. Select an event from the Select pane Configure the assigned top light pattern by changing Lamp1 State to Lamp3 State. Touch the TEST SETTING button to test. Touch the SAVE button to save settings.

2.1.2.3 Advanced Top Light Handling Advanced top light handling with more options for 2-bar top lights.

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2.1.3 Playfield Height Adjustment Configures the manual and automatic playfield height adjustment for e-motion and e cabinets. General: Configures availability of the manual height adjustment using the UP and DOWN buttons at the playfield. Move to default position: Enables or disables the automatic playfield height adjustment. Time Out: Defines the time span for the automatic playfield height adjustment. The playfield automatically moves back to the default position after the game was XX minutes in idle mode. Default Position: Defines the default position of the playfield.

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6. Service Menu / Settings / Hardware 2.2 Hardware The Settings / Hardware menu allows to enable/disable and to configure coin acceptor, bill acceptor, hopper and printer. The following submenus are available: General Configuration Coin Acceptor Bill Acceptor Hopper Printer

If a hardware component is not available its corresponding button is not displayed or greyed out.

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2.2.1 General Configuration Allows to enabled or disabled following hardware components: Coin Acceptor Hopper Bill Acceptor Printer

Note: Components that have been disabled during the Initial Setup are permanently disabled and can not be activated in this menu. Note: Disabling hardware components may require a power cycle for new initializing until hardware related error messages expire.

2.2.2 Coin Acceptor Configures the coin acceptor.

2.2.2.1 Activate Coin Acceptor While in Service Menu mode, the coin acceptor is deactivated. This menu allows to activate the coin acceptor, e.g. for programming.

2.2.2.2 G13 Channels Shows configuration of NRI G-13 coin acceptor as defined during Initial Setup. Available with NRI G-13 coin acceptors only.

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2.2.3 Bill Acceptor Configures the bill acceptor handling.

2.2.3.1 Operation Mode Set the bill acceptor operation mode to: Value of accepted bill is added to credit meter. Accepted bills are changed immediately by paying bill value from the hopper.

2.2.3.2 Bills Enabled Enable or disable acceptance of a particular bill type by touching the Enable/Disable button. Note: Bills that have been disabled during the Initial Setup are permanently disabled and can not be enabled in this menu.

2.2.3.3 Voucher Redemption (if applicable) Redemption Enabled: Enables or disables voucher redemption (ticket in) in general (default = off ) Code Length: Sets the barcode code length. Applicable for certain bill acceptor types only. Note: Voucher redemption (ticket in) requires installation of a ticket in dongle on the commboard (pn 65045538 CommKey-A STD 02) and Ticket In - Ticket Out (TITO) configuration.

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2.2.4 Hopper Configures the hopper handling.

2.2.4.1 General Hopper Payout Limit: Adjust the maximal number of coins that the hopper is allowed to pay out at once. Hopper pays exceeding this limit are handled as adjusted in 2.2.4.3 Payout Limit Procedure. Hopper Refill: Enable or disable the hopper refill menu (default = disabled). If enabled, the refill menu is displayed in case of a hopper empty situation, allowing to enter the number of coins refilled. Refill: Allows to enter a default value for the hopper refill menu. 2.2.4.2 Empty Procedure Configures the game behaviour for the case the hopper runs empty during a payout. If hopper is empty, the left amount is handpaid. If hopper is empty, hopper must be refilled to continue payout.

2.2.4.3 Payout Limit Procedure Configures the game behaviour if the number of coins to be paid out exceeds the hopper payout limit. Over hopper payout limit, hopper pays out until hopper payout limit is reached, rest is handpaid. Over hopper payout limit, whole amount is handpaid. Over hopper payout limit, hopper pays out until amount reaches next full hundred coins, rest is handpaid. 2.2.4.4 Jam Procedure Configures the game behaviour if a hopper jam occurs during a payout. If a hopper jam occurs, left amount is handpaid. If a hopper jam occurs, the hopper jam has to be cleared. After the hopper drawer door is opened and closed, the payout continues.

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2.2.5 Printer Configures the voucher printer. Note: Setting Casino Information Host is available as of software level C5.2.2 only.

2.2.5.1 Barcode Payout Pay Mode: This settings determine how a payout is split into voucher pays and hopper pays. VOUCHER 1 All credits are paid by a voucher. VOUCHER 2 A voucher rounded to the maximal multiple of the VOUCHER BASE VALUE is printed. The remaining amount is paid by hopper. HOPPER 1 The hopper pays up to the hopper payout limit. The remaining amount is paid by a voucher. HOPPER 2 If the payout is below hopper payout limit: All credits are paid by hopper. If the payout is above hopper payout limit: A voucher rounded to the maximal multiple of the VOUCHER BASE VALUE is printed. The remaining amount is paid by hopper. Voucher Base Value: (in currency) If Pay Mode was set to voucher 2 or hopper 2, only vouchers of a multiple of the Voucher Base Value are printed. Example: If the Voucher Base Value was set to 10,00 Euro, only vouchers of a multiple of 10 Euro (10, 20, 30, ...) are printed. Note: The Voucher Base Value should always be smaller than the Hopper Payout Limit (in same units)

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6. Service Menu / Settings / Hardware 2.2.5.1 Barcode Payout continued Residual Credits: This setting defines the handling of residual credits. HOPPER Residual credits are paid as configured with setting Residual Credits Payout (Initial Setup). VOUCHER Residual credits are added to the voucher value. This may result in odd voucher values, even if a voucher base value was set. Jackpot Receipt: If set to enabled, a jackpot receipt is printed, when a jackpot handpay is reset by an attendant. The receipt is intended for casino internal accounting use only and is not cashable or playable.

2.2.5.2 Casino Information (Voucher Text, Ticket Data) This menu allows to manually enter ticket data. Enter alphanumeric strings for casino name, address 1 and address 2 to be printed on vouchers. Use English alphabet only. Note: Ticket data is usually configured remotely by the host system, by sending SAS poll 7D "send ticket data". Ticket data send by the host system has priority over manually entered ticket data. Important: In a ticketing environment the machine remains locked if ticket data is not configured! 2.2.5.3 Casino Information Host (Voucher Text, Ticket Data) Available as of software level C5.2.2 only. Shows the ticket data configured remotely by the host system, by sending SAS poll 7D send ticket data. Note: Ticket data send by the host system has priority over manually entered ticket data

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2.2.5.4 Currency String Setup Enter the currency string to be printed in the voucher amount text string (default = Dollar(s) / Cent(s)). For example: "ninety-five dollars and forty cents".

2.2.5.5 Currency Sign Setup Enter the currency sign or abbreviation to be printed trailing or leading the voucher amount. Note: When selecting a currency sign (, $, ) make sure the printer firmware supports printing the selected character. Otherwise select a currency abbreviation instead.

2.2.5.6 Currency Format Setup Select the currency sign position, the thousands separator and the decimal separator to be printed on vouchers. Default setting is American style ($ 1,000.00)

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6. Service Menu / Settings / Machine 2.3 Machine The Settings / Machine menu allows to configure several machine settings. Following submenus are available: Sound Displays Cabinet Illumination Touch Screen Calibration

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2.3.1 Sound Configures sound and volume settings.

2.3.1.1 Sound Configuration Door Open Sound: Set the sound played on a door open event to single sound or continuous sound. Jackpot Sound Volume: Set the jackpot celebration sound volume. High to adjusted Starts with 100% volume and fades to the volume as adjusted in the Base Volume menu (next page). Adjusted Volume as adjusted in the Base Volume menu. Begin fading jackpot sound after: Set the period of time after that the jackpot celebration sound begins to fade out. 2.3.1.2 Master Volume Set master volume and sub-woofer volume in this menu. Touching the Play button plays a sample sound to assist adjustment. There are 3 ways to adjust the volume. Sliders +/- Buttons Set Button (adjusts in 10% steps) (set a % value)

Touching the Set Defaults button resets to the game default values.

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2.3.1.3 Base Volume Set the volume of door open sounds, system sounds and the jackpot celebration sound. Touching the Play button plays a sample sound to assist adjustment. There are 3 ways to adjust the volume. Sliders +/- Buttons Set Button (adjusts in 10% steps) (set a % value)

Touching the Set Defaults button resets to the game default values. 2.3.1.4 Game Volume Set the volume of base game sounds, feature game sounds and win sounds. There are 3 ways to adjust the volume. Sliders +/- Buttons Set Button (adjusts in 10% steps) (set a % value)

Touching the Set Defaults button resets to the game default values.

2.3.2 Displays Configures the TFT monitor(s).

2.3.2.1 Bottom Screen Adjust backlight, brightness, contrast and gamma correction of the main display. 2.3.2.2 Top Screen Available on dual-screen cabinets only. Adjust backlight, brightness, contrast and gamma correction of the upper display. Note: Gamma correction allows to adjust brightness without changing white point and black point. Touching the Set Defaults button resets to the game default values. Default values vary with game themes.

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2.3.3 Cabinet Illumination Available on Harmony cabinets only. Adjusts brightness of the top glass lighting (feature box) between 50% and 100%. There are 3 ways to adjust the volume. Sliders +/- Buttons Set Button (adjusts in 10% steps) (set a % value)

Touching the Set Defaults button resets to the game default values.

2.3.4 Touch Screen Calibration Start Touch Screen Calibration: This menu allows recalibration of the touch screen. Touch the two yellow dots displayed on screen. The controller uses the data perceived immediately before you lift off your finger to register a calibration touch. Therefore, you can touch the screen, move your finger to the target, hold for a second, and then lift your finger off. This method will results in a more accurate calibration. After calibration you can check the accuracy of the calibration. Touch the screen and check if your finger position matches the position of the red dot that will appear. If you are satisfied with the result, touch the Accept button to continue. If the position does not match, touch the Recalibrate button or wait until the countdown timer (60 sec.) restarts the calibration.

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6. Service Menu / Settings / Game 2.4 Game The Settings / Game menu allows to configure several game settings. Following submenus are available: Game Language Games Mode Limit Settings Player Denomination Available Games (with certain games only)

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2.4.1 Game Language Set the desired language for game play and on-screen messages. Default setting is English. Single language game versions do not support this feature.

2.4.2 Games Mode The Games Mode menu allows to configure following game features (if available): Double Up Auto Play Continuous Play

2.4.2.1 Double Up Configures the Double Up / Gamble feature. This feature gives players the option to wager the won credits of the recent game in an additional gamble bet. See Operating manual for details. Note: This menu is accessible only without credits on the credit meter. Double Mode: Set the double up mode to Double Up Disabled (disabled) or Red / Black (enabled). Maximum Double: Adjust the number of allowed double up steps to Gamble 1x, Gamble 5x or Max Allowed. If set to Max Allowed, the setting Gamble Limit limits the maximum win amount. See also section 2.4.3.3 Service Menu / Settings / Game / Limit Settings / General Limits / Gamble Limit.

Screenshot of the Double Up / Gamble feature.

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2.4.2.2 Auto Play Configures the Auto Play feature. By pressing the Autoplay button on the button panel, players can activate the Auto Play mode. Games will start automatically until another button is pressed or player interaction is required. Note: The Auto Play feature can also be enabled or disabled remotely by sendind SAS poll AA (enable/disable auto rebet).

2.4.2.3 Continuous Play Configures the Continuous Play feature. When a Bet button on the button panel is pressed and hold, the Continuous Play mode is initiated. Games will start automatically until the button is released. Games played in Continuous mode are faster than single triggered games.

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6. Service Menu / Settings / Game 2.4.3 Limit Settings The Limits Settings menu allows to configure game relevant limits. Following limits are available: Win Limits: Celebration Limit Handpay Limit General Limits: Credit Limit Payout Limit Gamble Limit Win Limits Handling This section describes, how to use Celebration Limit and Handpay Limit. Depending on your operation, you can use both limits or only one of the limits. Important: A top award win (5x top symbol) or a progressive win does not automatically initiate a handpay! The win amount has to equal or exceed the adjusted Handpay Limit, in order to initiate a jackpot handpay. Celebration Limit The Celebration Limit is an additional win limit that allows to configure a dedicated payout device (Destination). If the Destination setting is set to Handpay, the Celebration Limit acts exactly like the Handpay Limit. Handpay Limit The Handpay Limit determines the threshold for jackpot handpays.

Handpay Limit

- Jackpot handpay required - Attendant has to turn jackpot key - Attendant has to turn jackpot key - Win is paid by configured payout device

Celebration Limit

- Win is booked to credit meter


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6. Service Menu / Settings / Game 2.4.3 Limit Settings continued 2.4.3.1 Celebration Limit The Celebration Limit allows operators to configure an additional win limit with selectable payout destination. A win that equals or exceeds the adjusted Celebration Limit locks the machine and starts a presentation. An attendant must acknowledge the win by turning the jackpot key. The win amount is then paid out to the selected Destination (handpay, voucher, host, credit meter), if applicable. The Celebration Limit can be activated/deactivated and adjusted separately for different types of wins. paytable wins progressive wins total game wins (excluding bonus) external bonus wins Destination: Destination set to Handpay: If the Destination setting is set to Handpay (default), the Celebration Limit acts exactly like the Handpay Limit. Wins that are equal to or exceed the adjusted limit are handled and metered as jackpot handpays. Destination set to Voucher, Host or Credit Meter: Important: When acknowledging celebration wins, attendants have to make sure which is the actual payout device and whether a handpay is necessary. The payout device is stated on screen (alternating with the win amount). Celebration limit wins paid out by voucher, to host or to the credit meter, are not metered as jackpot handpays. To allow celebration limit payouts by voucher, to host or to the credit meter, the host system has to support SAS poll A8 (enable jackpot handpay reset method). If poll A8 is not send by the host, a jackpot handpay is initiated instead. If the host sends SAS poll A8, but the payout by voucher or to host fails for other reasons, the win amount is booked to the credit meter instead.

Note: The celebration limit can not be higher than the handpay limit.

Celebration limit presentation with payout device message.

Note: Particular paytable EPROMs will configure the Celebration Limit default values automatically. Operators have to check and adjust these limits in accordance with casino regulations for jackpot handpays.

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6. Service Menu / Settings / Game 2.4.3 Limit Settings continued 2.4.3.2 Handpay Limit The setting Handpay Limit determines the threshold for jackpot handpays. A win that equals or exceeds this limit initiates a jackpot handpay. The machine locks and displays a jackpot presentation. An attendant has to carry out a handpay and acknowledge it by turning the Jackpot Key. Win amounts below the Handpay Limit are paid directly to the credit meter or as configured by means of the celebration limit, if applicable. Important: A top award win (5x top symbol) or a progressive win does not automatically initiate a handpay! The win amount has to equal or exceed the adjusted Handpay Limit, in order to initiate a jackpot handpay. The Handpay Limit can be activated/deactivated and adjusted separately for different types of wins paytable wins progressive wins total game wins (excluding bonus) external bonus wins Note: Operators have to check and adjust these limits in accordance with casino regulations for jackpot handpays.

Metering of Jackpot Handpays Jackpot handpays initiated by the Handpay Limit (or the Celebration Limit configured to Handpay) are metered as follows: Softmeters: - Hand paid with jackpot - Jackpots with progressive and bonus - Jackpots without progressive and bonus Hardmeters: - Mechanical Meter 6: (Jackpots with progressive and bonus)

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6. Service Menu / Settings / Game 2.4.3 Limit Settings continued 2.4.3.3 General Limits Credit Limit: The Credit Limit defines the maximum amount of money that can be accumulated to the credit meter. Touch the SET button to adjust the credit limit between 0 and 5.000.000,00 (default = 5.000.000,00). If the Credit Limit would be exceeded by inserting a bill or a voucher, this bill or voucher is rejected and the message Bill Value Exceeds Maximum Credit is displayed. If the credit limit is exceeded with a win, the entire win amount is paid out immediately.

Payout Limit: The Payout Limit determines the threshold for cashout handpays (cancelled credits). When the Cash Out button is pressed and the amount is equal to or exceeds this limit, a cashout handpay (cancelled credits) is initiated. The handpay has to be acknowledged by an attendant by turning the jackpot key. When the Cash out button is pressed and the amount is below this limit, it is immediately paid out by the standard payout device (hopper, ticket, etc.).

Cashout handpays (cancelled credits) are metered as follows: Softmeter: - Hand Paid without Jackpot - Hand Paid with Jackpot Hardmeter: - Mechanical Meter 4 (if meter is configured to Hand Paid without Jackpot or Hand Paid with Jackpot)

Gamble Limit: (available only, if Double Up has been enabled) Defines the maximum amount of money that can be won in the Double Up feature. Touch the SET button to adjust the Gamble Limit between 0 and the Credit Limit. If the Gamble Limit is set to 0 , the gamble limit value is read from the paytable. If the paytable does not contain a gamble limit value, the games top award is used instead. This setting applies only, if Double Up was configured to Max Allowed by means of the corresponding Service Menu setting. See also section 2.4.2.1 Service Menu / Settings / Game / Games Mode / Double Up. Software / Basic Setup - C5.2.x

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6. Service Menu / Settings / Game 2.4.4 Player Denominations Lists available player denominations and allows to activate or deactivate them. Toggle Attribute: Use this button to activate/deactivate player denominations. Deactivated player denominations are not available for game play. If more than one player denominations with the same denomination (but different percentages) were configured, only one of them can be active at a time. Set as Default: Use this button to set a default player denomination. This player denomination is selected at boot up. If Autoreset to Default Denomination has been enabled during the Initial Setup, the game resets to the adjusted default denomination after one minute in idle mode. Show Detailed Information: Shows detailed information of a player denomination setting. Disable Active Denom: Allows or disallows to disable the active player denomination.

2.4.5 Available Games This menu is available only with games titles that feature special game specific settings. It lists the available games and allows to configure the game specific settings. Note: The game specific settings (if available) vary with the game title and are not described in this manual.

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6. Service Menu / Settings / Communication Settings 2.6 Communication Settings The Settings / Communication Settings menu allows to configure several settings where communication to an online system is involved. Following submenus are available: Jackpot Configuration AFT Transfer Flags AFT Registration Bonus Commboard Settings

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2.6.1 Jackpot Configuration The Jackpot Configuration procedure configures the gaming machine to participate in progressive jackpots (linked or stand-alone). The configuration is carried out by means of the Alink Config computer program. The jackpot configuration procedure and its prerequisites is explained in section 5. Jackpot Configuration. Important: Jackpot configuration has to be carried out before any game was played and before money was booked to the gaming machine. Jackpot configuration is a one-time process. Settings can not be changed after upload. Start Jackpot Configuration: Enables the game for progressive jackpot configuration by means of the Alink Config program. Read Jackpot Configuration: Allows to read out the current jackpot configuration by means of the Alink Config program. If jackpot configuration is not possible, both buttons are greyed out (commboard not configured for progressive, credits on credit meter). If jackpot configuration already has been carried out, the Start Jackpot Configuration button is greyed out. If jackpot configuration was not yet carried out, the Read Jackpot Configuration button is greyed out.

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2.6.2 AFT Transfer Flags Configures the handling of AFT transfer flags. Host Cashout controlable by Host: YES The game will read the transfer flags sent with SAS poll 72. The settings HOST CASH OUT ENABLE and HOST RECOVERY MODE can be changed remotely by the host system. NO The game will not read the transfer flags sent with SAS poll 72. The settings HOST CASHOUT ENABLE and HOST RECOVERY MODE can not be changed remotely. Host Cashout Enable: This setting determines, whether the host system is available as a valid cashout device. YES The host system is the primary cashout device. Pressing the Cash Out button initiates a cash out to host (Exception 6A). NO (default) Pressing the Cash Out button initiates a cash out by hopper or printer. A cash out to host has to be initiated by a separate player interface. Host Recovery Mode: Configures how a failed cash out to host is handled. SOFT (default) If a cash out to host fails, the game will use a machine cash out device instead. HARD If a cash out to host fails, the game locks and displays an error message. After the error message was confirmed by turning the Audit Key, the HOST RECOVERY PROCEDURE menu starts. The attendant has to select one of the options displayed Retry Cashout to Host Default Cashout by Machine Cancel Cashout

Error message and Host Recovery Procedure menu

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2.6.3 AFT Registration This menu shows the AFT registration status. The AFT registration is primary intended to register a gaming machine for AFT debit transfers. However, some AFT systems may require AFT registration to allow AFT transfers in general. AFT registration is done by means of long poll 73 (AFT register gaming machine). Note: AFT debit transfers are not supported. Asset Number: Shows the asset number configured during the Initial Setup. The asset number is an operator-entered unique machine identifier. Registration Status: Shows the AFT registration status. POS ID.: Shows the identifier of the allocated POS terminal (for debit transfers). Request Registration: Touch this button to request AFT registration by the AFT host system. The machine will send SAS exception 6C (AFT request to register). Cancel Registration: Touch this button to cancel (delete) the AFT registration (exception 6E). Print Registration Report: Starts a printout of the registration data on the ticket printer. Function available with special printer firmware only. Note: At time of document creation only supported by the Ithaca Epic 950 printer with special firmware (S04920).

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2.6.4 Bonus Configures the presentation of bonus transfers. Presentation Type: ADVANCED A full screen bonus presentation is displayed. The bonus amount is displayed in currency or in credits, depending on the credit meter display (touching the credit meter area changes credit meter units from credits to currency). REDUCED A bonusing text message is displayed in the lower part of the game screen. Bonus amount is displayed in currency. BOTH Both methods Advanced and Reduced are used depending on the bonus amount. The threshold is adjustable by the Presentation Limit function. Presentation Limit: Bonus awards equal to or exceeding this limit (in currency) use presentation type Advanced. Bonus awards below this limit use presentation type Reduced. Use the SET button to adjust the limit. Presentation Type Reduced Presentation Type Advanced

2.6.5 Commboard Settings This information page shows the current commboard configuration which has been set by means of the commboard DIP switches and rotary switches. Note: See also section Commboard DIP Switches on page 19.

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3. Diagnostics
The Diagnostic folder provides several in-machine hardware tests for maintenance and trouble shooting. Following submenus are available: Coin Acceptor Bill Acceptor Hopper Printer Other Tests

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6. Service Menu / Diagnostics 3.1 Coin Acceptor Tests coin acceptor, coin diverter and coin channeling optics.

Coin Diverter Test: Tests the coin diverter solenoid for errors.

Optics Test: Tests the coin channeling optics (light barriers). Select the Coin Target, touch the Start Test button and insert a coin. The color of the boxes in the test menu indicates the state of this optic. Grey = Green = Red = tive. Not tested Test passed Test has failed. The coin has not passed the optic in a defined time span or the optic is soiled or defec-

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6. Service Menu / Diagnostics 3.2 Bill Acceptor Tests the bill acceptor and shows the bill table.

Bills Enabled: A billtable overview is displayed. Note: Use menu 2.2.3.2 Settings / Hardware / Bill Acceptor / Bills Enabled to change the settings.

Validator Test with Stacking: Tests the function of bill validator, stacker and cash box. The inserted bill or voucher will be stacked in the cash box. Make sure to have the bill door keys and cash box keys at hand, to retrieve the bills.

Validator Test without Stacking: Tests the function of the bill validator. The inserted bill or voucher will be returned after testing.

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6. Service Menu / Diagnostics 3.3 Hopper Tests hopper adjustment and hopper switch timings. Check that the hopper has paid out the correct number of coins and check the hopper switch timings. Note: Coins paid out during hopper test will not be listed in the machine statistics. Pay out 1 coin: With this routine the hopper pays out 1 coin and shows the hopper switch timings. Pay out X coins: With this routine the hopper pays out an adjustable number of coins and shows the hopper switch timings. 1. Adjust the number of coins to be paid out by the hopper. 2. Check that the hopper has paid out the correct number of coins 3. Check the hopper switch timings. If any of the switching period values is below 12 milliseconds, the hopper count switch has to be re-adjusted. Pay out all coins: With this routine the hopper pays out all coins. The payout can be stopped by touching the Cancel Payout button. Note: See additional manual "Peripherals / Hopper" for details of hopper adjustment.

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6. Service Menu / Diagnostics 3.4 Printer Shows the operating state of the voucher printer and allows a test print. Barcode Voucher: Shows the operating state of the voucher printer. Following status items are displayed: paper low paper in printer top of form state paper loaded bar code complete voucher complete paper in path paper jam communication error. Start test print: Touching this button initiates a test print. A demo voucher without amount and validation is printed. Only the voucher text (casino name and address) is valid.

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6. Service Menu / Diagnostics 3.5 Other Tests Tests top light (candle), lamps, switches and buttons, and shows the ALink status. Allows to enable a game authentication (GAT) tool.

Toplight: Tests the top light (candle) lamps for defects.

Lamps: Tests the button LEDs and the decal illuminations for defects.

Switches: Switches and sensors can be tested in this menu. Activating a switch by hand should change the state. Following switch states are displayed: logic door, drop door, bill box door, hopper drawer switch, hopper count switch, hopper high level, jackpot key, audit key and stacker switch.

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6. Service Menu / Diagnostics 3.5 Other Tests continued Buttons: Tests the function of the button panel buttons and the service panel buttons. Pressing a button will illuminate it.

ALink Status: Displays the ALink status overview. General: ALink Status Address Game Phase CRC Errors Master or Slave Displays the APL/Alink address (01- 32) of this machine Option not used Number of checksum errors during ALink transmissions

Machine Status: Displays the Alink status of each machine in the link (master, slave or not available) Game Authentication: (Used in particular jurisdictions only) Enables communication to an external Game Authentication Terminal (GAT) via multimedia board serial connector. The Game Authentication Terminal (GAT) application is used by regulatory field agents to identify casino games and game software revisions, as defined by the Gaming Standards Association (GSA).

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6. Service Menu / History

4. History
This folder tab contains the game softmeters. This folder tab can also be accessed from within the Audit Menu. Find a complete description in section (7.)3. Audit Menu / History".

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6. Service Menu / Help

5. Help
Provides a hardware error-code listing. Use this listing if a hardware error has occurred. This folder tab can also be accessed from within the Audit Menu. Find a complete description in section (7.)5. Audit Menu / Help.

Out of Service Mode


Sets the game to out of service mode. In case of a malfunction or in order to reserve the machine for a particular player use the out of service function. The main monitor displays an "Out of Service" screen and gameplay is disabled. Coin acceptor, bill acceptor and printer are locked. It is still possible to read out the softmeters by an accounting system. To set the machine to out of service mode: 1. Open the maindoor. 2. Press the Service button at front of the logic box. 3. Touch the Out of Order button displayed in the upper right corner. The "Temporarily Out of Service" screen is displayed. 4. Close and lock the maindoor. To exit the out of service mode: 1. Open the maindoor. 2. Press the Service button again. 3. Close and lock the maindoor. The "Temporarily Out of Service" screen

Out of Order button

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7. Audit Menu
The Audit Menu gives access to the softmeters and some additional functions and information. The following menus are available via Audit Menu. Machine Information: Displays software revisions, and machine and game settings. Service Game: Allows simulated game play for test purposes. History: Contains accounting and game statistics (softmeters), machine logs and last game recall. Help: Contains are hardware error listing. Touch Screen Calibration: Allows recalibration of the touch screen controller. Note: The numeration used within this chapter relates to the numeration of the Audit Menu screens.

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7. Audit Menu

To access the Audit Menu: Turn the Audit Key while the machine is in idle mode. The Audit Menu can not be accessed while a game is in progress or waiting for player interaction (e.g. double up). To exit the Audit Menu, remove the audit key.

Show Details To view a brief description of a particular item or meter, select the item and touch the Show Details button (if available).

Audit Key Switch

Audit Menu Flowchart This graph shows an overview of all menus available in the Audit Menu of software level C5.2.1.

Note: Availability of some menus depends on hardware and software configuration.

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1. Machine Information /

The Machine Information page contains the General Machine Settings and Commboard Settings menus. Most machine settings can be reviewed on this pages. Note: Please have this information at hand, if you contact Atronic Technical Service for technical support.

1.1 General Machine Settings Software Information: Lists the current software versions and the activated game, as well as the accounting and progressive protocols, that have been configured. Hardware Information: Machine ID: Bill Acceptor: Coin Acceptor: Printer Type: Button Panel Style: A unique Atronic ID number Type of bill acceptor and acceptor firmware version Type of coin acceptor Type of printer and printer firmware version Style and layout of the button panel

Parameters: Shows parameters coin/token denomination, accounting denomination, player denominations and corresponding paytable version, credit limit, purchase limit and bill/coin acceptor limit as defined in the Initial Setup. Active Handpay Limit: Lists the thresholds for jackpot handpays for Paytable Wins, Progressive Wins, Total Game Wins and External Bonus Wins as defined by the setting Handpay Limit. Active Celebration Limit: Lists the thresholds for celebration limit payouts for Paytable Wins, Progressive Wins, Total Game Wins and External Bonus Wins and the configured payout device (Handpay, Voucher, Host, Credit Meter) as defined by the setting Celebration Limit.

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7. Audit Menu / Machine Information 1.1 General Machine Settings continued Mechanical Meters: Lists the hardmeter configuration as defined in the Initial Setup. Additional Information: Lists the current machine configuration as defined in the Initial Setup and the Service Menu. Following items are listed: Jurisdiction, Denomination Activation Allowed, Autoreset to Default Denomination, Double Up Allowed, Fund Transfers, Asset Number, AFT Inhouse, AFT Partial In Allowed, AFT Partial Out Allowed, AFT Transfer to Host of less than full Amount Allowed, AFT Transaction Receipt, Bonusing, Bonusing Presentation Type, Bonusing Presentation Limit, Jackpot Key Credits, Auto Play, Continuous Play, Fast/Individual Reel Stop Allowed, Commboard required, Serial Number, Billacceptor enabled, Residual Payout, Currency, Sub Currency, Printer, Validation Type, Handpay Validation, Barcode Payout, Jackpot Receipt.

1.2 Commboard Settings This information page shows the current commboard configuration, which was set be means of the commboard DIP switches and rotary switches. Note: See also section 3.3 Commboard DIP Switches.

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7. Audit Menu / Service Game

2. Service Game
The service game allows simulated gameplay without altering any meters. It is intended for servicing, training or promotional reasons. Coin acceptor, hopper, bill acceptor and printer are disabled during service game mode. A service game can only be started, if there are no credits on the credit meter and the maindoor switch is in open position.

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3. History
The History menu gives access to the softmeters, machine logs and the last game recall. The following menus are available: Accounting: Provides accounting statistics (softmeters). Game: Provides game statistics (softmeters) and last game recall. Logs: Provides machine logs and money logs. Cashless and Progressive: Provides statistics of cashless transfers, ticketing and progressive jackpots. Note: A RAM Reset will reset all softmeters , statistics and logs. Only values since the last RAM Reset are recorded.

Meter Limits All softmeters have a maximum decimal value limit. Currency Meters (limit in cents) 264 -1 100

Credit Meters 264 -1 (in accounting credits) 10000 * Denomination [in cent] Counting Meters 232 -1

Any exceptions are noted directly at the softmeter descriptions within this manual.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Accounting 3.1 Accounting Provides accounting softmeters, periodic accounting softmeters (resetable) and a bill count.

3.1.1 Accounting Information Money Wagered: (in currency) Total amount of money wagered. (wagers from coins, bills, deduction from credit meter or any other mean). Money Won + Progressive + Bonus, without Jackpot: (in currency) Total amount of money won (line wins, machine paid progressives and machine paid bonus awards); without jackpots (wins, progressives and bonus awards that directly result in a handpay). Money Won + Progressive + Bonus, with Jackpot: (in currency) Total amount of money won (line wins, machine paid progressives and machine paid bonus awards); including jackpots (wins, progressives and bonus awards that directly result in a handpay). Total Drop: (in currency) Total amount of money from accepted bills, vouchers and coins to dropbox. Coin Drop: (in currency) Total amount of money from coins to dropbox. Hand Paid without Jackpot: (in currency) Total amount of money from handpays initiated by a cashout request (canceled credits) and key money out; ; without jackpots (wins, progressives and bonus awards that directly result in a handpay). Hand Paid with Jackpot: (in currency) Total amount of money from all handpays (initiated automatically or by a cashout request) and key money out; including jackpots (wins, progressives and bonus awards that directly result in a handpay). Software / Basic Setup - C5.2.x

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7. Audit Menu / History / Accounting 3.1.1 Accounting Information continued Games Played: (counter) Total number of games played. Games Won: (counter) Total number of won games. Games lost in double-up feature are not booked to this meter. Jackpot without Progressives and Bonus: (in currency) Total amount of money from wins that automatically result in a handpay, excluding progressives and bonus awards. Jackpot with Progressives and Bonus: (in currency) Total amount of money from wins that automatically result in a handpay, including progressives and bonus awards. Jackpot Hits: (counter) Non progressive mode: Number of top award hits Progressive mode: Number of progressive jackpot hits Door Opens: (counter) Total number of maindoor opens. Physical Coin In: (in currency) Total amount from accepted coins. Physical Coin Out: (in currency) Total amount from coins paid out by hopper (including extra coins). True In: (in currency) Total amount of money from accepted coins and bills, card cashable in, card non cashable in, card promotional in, voucher cashable in, voucher promotional in, key money in. True Out: (in currency) Total amount of money from coins paid from hopper, card cashable out, card non cashable out, card promotional out, voucher cashable out, voucher promotional out, key money out, handpaid with jackpot Software / Basic Setup - C5.2.x Note: Cancelled credits (handpay after cashout request) are not included on this meter. Note: Cancelled credits (handpay after cashout request) are not included on this meter.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Accounting 3.1.1 Accounting Information continued Net Win: (in currency) Money wagered - Money won without progressives and bonus. Current Payout % with Bonus: Payout percentage including bonus amounts. Calculation does not include progressive amounts. Current Payout % without Bonus: Current payout percentage. Calculation does not include progressive and bonus amounts. Coins Overpaid: Number of coins overpaid by the hopper. Games/Door: Number of games played since last door opening. Games/Power: Number of games played since last power up. Hopper Drawer: Number of hopper drawer openings. Logic Door: Number of logic box openings. Drop Door: Number of drop box openings. Billbox Door: Number of bill door openings. Bill and Drop Door: Number of drop door and bill door openings. Billacceptor Stacker: Number of cashbox (stacker) removals. Key In: (in currency) Total amount of money added to the credit meter by means of the remote money in function (jackpot key). Key Out: (in currency) Total amount of money cleared from the credit meter by means of the remote money in function (jackpot key). Software / Basic Setup - C5.2.x

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7. Audit Menu / History / Accounting 3.1.1 Accounting Information continued Double Utilization %: Ratio of double up screen entered / double up possible. Double Up Wagered: (in currency) Total amount of credits wagered during double up feature. Double Up Won: (in currency) Money won in double up feature. Double Up Payout %: ( Double up won / Double up wagered ) * 100 Coins Out: (in currency) Total amount of money won wagered + money won paid by hopper + money won booked to card. Total Bills Currency: (in currency) Total amount of money from accepted bills. Total Bills Count: (counter) Total number of bills accepted.

Note: Calculation of meters Double Utilization % and Double Up Payout % is based on a meter range from 0,00 to 184.467.440.737.095,51.

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3.1.2 Periodic Accounting Information The periodic accounting information menu features five additional resetable softmeters. The data can be reset to zero by pressing the Reset on-screen button. True In - Periodic: (in currency) Total amount of money from accepted coins and bills, card cashable in, card non cashable in, card promotional in, voucher cashable in, voucher promotional in, voucher nonrestricted in, key money in. True Out - Periodic: (in currency) Total amount of money from coins paid from hopper, card cashable out, card non cashable out, card promotional out, voucher cashable out, voucher promotional out, key money out, handpaid with jackpots. Money Wagered - Periodic: (in currency) Total amount of money wagered. (wagers from coins, bills, deduction from credit meter or any other mean). Money Won + Progressive + Bonus, with Jackpot - Periodic: (in currency) Total amount of money won (line wins, machine paid progressives and machine paid bonus awards), including jackpots (wins, progressives and bonus awards that directly result in a handpay). Games Played - Periodic: Number of games played. 3.1.3 Each Bill Count Shows a table, which lists the number of accepted bills of each bill denomination.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Game 3.2 Game The History / Game folder provides a last game recall and game statistics of each denomination or payout percentage.

3.2.1 Last Games List the last 20 games and allows to replay a game. 1. Select a game to be reviewed. 2. Touch the Select Game button Following game information is displayed: - Game - Denomination / Paytable - Date - Time - Money/credits paid - Money/credits won - Money/credits bet - Money/credits before game start - Money/credits after game initiation - Money/credits at game end - Lines played - Bet per line - Double Up game - Double Up played - Bonus award - Mystery Jackpot - Progressive Jackpot 3. Touch the Start Replay button to replay a game. 4. Wait until "Hit lit button for next game step" is displayed in the game line. 5. Hit one of the lit buttons to view the next game step. 6. Repeat steps 4. and 5. until the last game replay ends.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Game 3.2.2 Statistics This menu provides general game statistics. Money Wagered: (in currency) Total amount of money wagered. (wagers from coins, bills, deduction from credit meter or any other mean). Money Won + Progressive + Bonus, without Jackpot: (in currency) Total amount of money won (line wins, machine paid progressives and machine paid bonus awards); without jackpots (wins, progressives and bonus awards that directly result in a handpay). Money Won + Progressive + Bonus, with Jackpot: (in currency) Total amount of money won (line wins, machine paid progressives and machine paid bonus awards); including jackpots (wins, progressives and bonus awards that directly result in a handpay). Jackpot without Progressives and Bonus: (in currency) Total amount of money from wins that automatically result in a handpay, excluding progressives and bonus awards. Jackpot with Progressives and Bonus: (in currency) Total amount of money from wins that automatically result in a handpay, including progressives and bonus awards. Jackpot Hits: Non progressive mode: Number of top award hits Progressive mode: Number of progressive jackpot hits Current Payout % with Bonus: Payout percentage including bonus amounts. Calculation does not include progressive amounts. Current Payout % without Bonus: Current payout percentage. Calculation does not include progressive and bonus amounts.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Game 3.2.2 Statistics continued Games played: Number of games played Games Won: Number of games won. Games played with Auto Play: Number of games played using the auto play feature. Games played with Continuous Play: Number of games played using the continuous play feature. Games played with Fast Reelstop Play: Number of games played using the fast reelstop feature. Games played with Individual Reelstop Play: Number of games played using the individual reelstop feature. Average Bet per Game: (in currency) Shows the average stake per game in currency. Average Lines per Game: Shows the average number of lines per game (rounded to the next whole number). Games played with Bet "x": Number of games played with a certain bet. Games played with "x" Lines: Number of games played with a certain number of lines.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Game 3.2.3 Statistics per Denom Provides statistics for each player denomination and a bet / line distribution table.

3.2.3.1 General Statistics Provides statistics for a particular player denomination. Use the denomination listing on the right to select a player denomination for review. Games played: Number of games played Games Won: Number of games won. Games Lost: Number of games lost. Money Wagered: (in currency) Total amount of money wagered. (wagers from coins, bills, deduction from credit meter or any other mean). Money Won + Progressive + Bonus, with Jackpot: (in currency) Total amount of money won (line wins, machine paid progressives and machine paid bonus awards); including jackpots (wins, progressives and bonus awards that directly result in a handpay). Money Won + Progressive + Bonus, without Jackpot: (in currency) Total amount of money won (line wins, machine paid progressives and machine paid bonus awards); without jackpots (wins, progressives and bonus awards that directly result in a handpay). Money Won before Double Up: (in currency) Total amount of money won before entering the double up feature. continues on next page... Software / Basic Setup - C5.2.x

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7. Audit Menu / History / Game 3.2.3.1 General Statistics continued Jackpot with Progressives and Bonus: (in currency) Total amount of money from wins that automatically result in a handpay, including handpays from progressives and bonus awards. Jackpot without Progressives and Bonus: (in currency) Total amount of money from wins that automatically result in a handpay, without handpays from progressives and bonus awards. Game Hold: Percentage of money hold by the game. 100% won+Prog+Bonus, wo JP" 100 ( "Money ) "Money wagered"

Game Yield: "Money won+Prog+Bonus, wo JP" 100 "Money wagered"

3.2.3.2 Bet - Line Table Shows the distribution of games played with a certain bet and a certain number of lines. Use the denomination listing on the right to select a player denomination for review. Selecting Combined displays all games, irrespective of their denomination.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Game 3.2.4 Statistics per Game Provides statistics for each game (payout percentage). Games played: Number of games played Games Won: Number of games won. Games Lost: Number of games lost. Money Wagered: (in currency) Total amount of money wagered. (wagers from coins, bills, deduction from credit meter or any other mean). Money Won + Progressive + Bonus, with Jackpot: (in currency) Total amount of money won (line wins, machine paid progressives and machine paid bonus awards); including jackpots (wins, progressives and bonus awards that directly result in a handpay). Money Won + Progressive + Bonus, without Jackpot: (in currency) Total amount of money won (line wins, machine paid progressives and machine paid bonus awards); without jackpots (wins, progressives and bonus awards that directly result in a handpay). Money Won before Double Up: (in currency) Total amount of money won before entering the double up feature. Jackpot with Progressives and Bonus: (in currency) Total amount of money from wins that automatically result in a handpay, including handpays from progressives and bonus awards. Jackpot without Progressives and Bonus: (in currency) Total amount of money from wins that automatically result in a handpay, without handpays from progressives and bonus awards. continues on next page... Software / Basic Setup - C5.2.x

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7. Audit Menu / History / Game 3.2.4 Statistics per Game continued Game Hold: Percentage of money hold by the game. 100% won+Prog+Bonus, wo JP" 100 ( "Money ) "Money wagered"

Game Yield: "Money won+Prog+Bonus, wo JP" 100 "Money wagered"

3.2.5 Available Games Note: This menu is available only with games that feature game specific features. The number of available game specific features (if any) depends on the game title. Lists the available games features and provides the number of games played with a certain game specific feature activated or deactivated.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Logs 3.3 Logs Provides log-files of money transactions, a machine event log and a list of background exceptions. The following submenus are available: Money Log Event Log Background Exceptions

3.3.1 Money Log Provides log-files of money transactions. The following submenus are available: Coins Hopper payouts and refills Bills Bills inserted and stacker (cash box) clearance Vouchers Tickets in and tickets out Transactions Cashless transfers and bonusing Others Handpays, denomination changes and progressive jackpots

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7. Audit Menu / History / Logs

3.3.1.1 Coins Last 10 Hopper Payouts: Date, time and number of coins of the last 10 hopper payouts. Last 10 Hopper Refills: Date, time and number of coins refilled of the last 10 hopper refills. 3.3.1.2 Bills Last 10 Bills Inserted: Date, time and bill value of the last 10 accepted bills. Last 10 Stacker Clearances: Date and time of the last 10 stacker clearances.

3.3.1.3 Vouchers Last 35 Vouchers In: Shows date, time, money value, voucher type and validation # of the last 35 accepted vouchers. Last 35 Vouchers Out: Shows date, time, money value, voucher type and validation # of the last 35 printed vouchers.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Logs 3.3.1.4 Transactions The statistics available in the Transaction menu depends on the cashless transfers setting (AFT or EFT) made in the Initial Setup. With AFT configured Bonus: Lists AFT bonus transfers and legacy bonus transfers. Shows date / time, bonus type (AFT or Legacy) and the amount of the last bonus awards transferred to the machine. Touching the Show Details button shows details bonus type, transaction ID, credit type and tax type. AFT Transfers: Lists AFT in-house transfers. Shows date / time, transaction ID and the amount of the last AFT transfers. Touching the Show Details button shows details asset number, transfer type, transfer code, receipt printed and credit type. With EFT configured Bonus: Shows date / time and amount of the last legacy bonus awards transferred to the machine. Wagering Account Transfer: Shows date / time, amount, transfer direction and transaction number of the last transactions of cashable credits from/to a wagering account by means of an external cashless wagering system. Cashable Electronic Promotion: Shows date / time, amount, transfer direction and transaction number of the last transactions of cashable credits from/to a promotional account by means of an external cashless wagering system. Non Cashable Electronic Promotion: Shows date / time, amount, transfer direction and transaction number of the last transactions of non-cashable credits from/ to a promotional account by means of an external cashless wagering system.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Logs 3.3.1 Money Log continued 3.3.1.5 Others Last 10 Handpays: Shows date, time, amount, handpay type and validation number of the last 10 validated handpays. The validation number is available only with handpay validation enabled. Last 10 Denomination Changes: Shows date and time of the last 10 denomination changes initiated by players. Last 10 Progressive Jackpots: Shows date, time, value, jackpot level and hit number of the last 10 progressive jackpot hits.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Logs

3.3.2 Event Log Displays a complete list of all machine events with time stamp. Some entries are mainly intended to assist trouble shooting. Show Details: Lists the entire entry (if truncated). Go To Page: Enables to navigate to a certain page in the log. Go To Timestamp: Enables to navigate to a certain date and time in the log. Page Up: Navigates to the previous page in the log. Page Down: Navigates to the next page in the log.

3.3.3 Background Exceptions Displays a log of background exceptions that occurred. This log is intended for internal manufacturer use and enhanced troubleshooting and should normally list no entries.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Cashless and Progressive 3.4 Cashless and Progressive Provides statistics of cashless transactions, progressive jackpots, vouchers and handpays. The following submenus are available: Cashless and Progressive Information Progressive Split Information (with commboard configured to APL2 mode only) Progressive Table Voucher and Handpay Jackpot Statistics

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7. Audit Menu / History / Cashless and Progressive 3.4.1 Cashless and Progressive Information Lists statistics of cashless transfers from/to a cashless system, bonusing statistics and progressive payouts. Amounts from/to vouchers are not included on this meters. The cashless transaction meters depend on the cashless settings made in the Initial Setup (AFT or EFT). --- Section - Cashless and Progressive --Total Active Money: (in currency) Sum of all active amounts available to play. (cashable + nonrestricted promotional + restricted promotional) Active Cashable: (in currency) Current cashable amounts available to play. Cashable amounts can be cashed out by any device. Active Cashable Promotional: (in currency) Current nonrestricted promotional amounts available to play. This amounts can be cashed out to host (while remaining nonrestricted promotional) or cashed out by ticket or hopper (transferred to cashable). Active Non-Cashable Promotional (in currency) Current restricted promotional amounts available to play. This amounts can be cashed out by a restricted promotional ticket. Total Cashless Transactions In (in currency) Total amounts received from a cashless system. AFT: Sum of AFT in-house amount from host to gaming machine. EFT: Sum of WAT In + Cashable Electronic Promotional In + Non-Cashable Electronic Promotional In. Total Cashless Transactions Out: (in currency) Total amounts cashed out to a cashless system. AFT: AFT in-house amount from gaming machine to host. EFT: Sum of WAT Out + Cashable Electronic Promotional Out + Non-Cashable Electronic Promotional Out.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Cashless and Progressive 3.4.1 Cashless and Progressive Information continued WAT In : (in currency) Cashable amounts received from cashless system. AFT: Cashable AFT in-house amount from host to gaming machine. EFT: Cashable money from host to gaming machine. WAT Out: (in currency) Cashable amounts cashed out to a cashless system. AFT: Cashable AFT in-house amount from gaming machine to host. EFT: Cashable money from gaming machine to host. Cashable Electronic Promotional In: (in currency) Nonrestricted promotional amounts received from a cashless system. AFT: Nonrestricted AFT in-house amount from host to gaming machine. EFT: Promotional money from host to gaming machine. Cashable Electronic Promotional Out: (in currency) Nonrestricted promotional amounts cashed out to a cashless system. AFT: Nonrestricted AFT in-house amount from gaming machine to host. EFT: Promotional money from gaming machine to host. Non-Cashable Electronic Promotional In: (in currency) Restricted promotional amounts received from a cashless system. AFT: Restricted AFT in-house amount from host to gaming machine. EFT: Non-cashable money from host to gaming machine. Non-Cashable Electronic Promotional Out: (in currency) Restricted promotional amounts cashed out to a cashless system. AFT: Restricted AFT in-house amount from gaming machine to host. EFT: Non-cashable money from gaming machine to host.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Cashless and Progressive 3.4.1 Cashless and Progressive Information continued Bonus Awards Deductible: (in currency) Total amount of money from legacy bonus awards with tax status deductible. Bonus Awards Non-Deductible: (in currency) Total amount of money from legacy bonus awards with tax status non-deductible. Bonus Awards Wager Match: (in currency) Total amount of money from legacy bonus awards with status wager match. Bonus Awards Mystery: (in currency) Total amount of money from legacy bonus awards with status mystery. Bonus Awards AFT Cashable: (in currency) Total amount of money from AFT bonus awards with credit type cashable. Bonus Awards AFT Non-Restricted: (in currency) Total amount of money from AFT bonus awards with credit type non-restricted. Attendant Paid External Bonus Payout: (in currency) Total value of additional amounts awarded as a result of an external bonusing system, paid by an attendant. Machine Paid External Bonus Payout: (in currency) Total value of additional amounts awarded as a result of an external bonusing system, paid by the machine.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Cashless and Progressive 3.4.1 Cashless and Progressive Information continued ---- Section - Progressive Information---Total Paid Progressive Payout: (in currency) Sum of progressive jackpot wins paid by an attendant or paid by the machine and the number of hits. Attendant Paid Progressive Payout: (in currency) Sum of progressive jackpot wins paid by an attendant and the number of hits. Machine Paid Progressive Payout: (in currency) Sum of progressive jackpot wins paid by the machine (booked to credit meter) and the number of hits. Total Paid Progressive Payout Level 1-4: (in currency) Sum of progressive jackpot wins paid by an attendant or paid by the machine and the number of hits for each level 1 to 4. Attendant Paid Progressive Payout Level 1-4: (in currency) Sum of progressive jackpot wins paid by an attendant and the number of hits for each level 1 to 4. Machine Paid Progressive Payout: (in currency) Sum of progressive jackpot wins paid by the machine (booked to credit meter) and the number of hits for each level 1 to 4.

Note: Use the scroll bar to scroll down to the progressive information entries.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Cashless and Progressive 3.4.1 Cashless and Progressive Information continued ---- Section - AFT In House Information---Cashable In: Total of cashable amounts received from an AFT system. Restricted In: Total of restricted promotional amounts received from an AFT system. Non-Restricted In: Total of nonrestricted promotional amounts received from an AFT system. Cashable To Host: Total of cashable amounts transferred to an AFT system. Restricted To Host: Total of restricted promotional amounts transferred to an AFT system. Non-Restricted To Host: Total of nonrestricted promotional amounts transferred to an AFT system. Cashable To Ticket: Total of cashable amounts directly transferred from the AFT system to a ticket. Restricted To Ticket: Total of restricted promotional amounts directly transferred from the host to a restricted ticket. Note: Use the scroll bar to scroll down to the AFT in-house information entries.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Cashless and Progressive

3.4.2 Progressive Split Information This menu shows the distribution of progressive increments in a multilevel progressive game, when using APL2 (Atronic Progressive Link 2). With APL2 enabled a progressive level can only raise up to the base value of the next higher progressive level. If a progressive level reaches this limit, the incrementing of this level is blocked. The increments of the blocked level are then redistributed to the lowest possible progressive level. Example: The progressive value on level 3 reaches the base value of level 2. The incrementing of level 3 stops. The increments of level 3 are now added to an other level. If possible this will be level 4, as this is the lowest possible level. With 4 progressive levels there are several combinations of blocked and redistributed increments possible. Each combination is metered in a separate split statistic Split 0 to Split 15. The percentage values in the green columns indicate the distribution of increments for this split. Split 0 (all levels incrementing) is the default distribution as defined during jackpot configuration. Note: The base value of a progressive level can be reviewed in menu 3.4.5 Jackpot Statistics. Note: Jackpot level 1 is the highest level (highest amount). Jackpot level 4 is the lowest level.

When a blocked progressive level was hit, the incrementing is unblocked and starts again.

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3.4.2.1 Progressive Split Statistics Split 0 to Split 15: Each column split 0 to split 15 lists the data recorded during this split was active. Mon. Wagered: Sum of money wagered, recorded during this split was active. JP 1-4: Lists the increment percentage and the amount of money added to this progressive level, recorded during this split was active. Overpaid Money that could not be redistributed to other jackpot levels because all levels have reached their maximum amount. Sum Pot Inc. Lists the sum of increments in % and currency, recorded during this split was active.

3.4.2.2 Hidden Split Statistics Mon. Wagered: Sum of money wagered, recorded during this split was active. JP 1-4: Lists the increment percentage and the amount of money added to this progressive level, recorded during this split was active. Overpaid Money that could not be redistributed to other jackpot levels because all levels have reached their maximum amount. Sum Pot Inc. Lists the sum of increments in % and currency, recorded during this split was active.

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3.4.3 Progressive Table This menu lists progressive pays for each level and in total. For single level progressives only level 1 is displayed. Level: Progressive level 1 to 4. (level 1 has the highest amount) Attendant Paid: Progressive wins that were handpaid by an attendant. (Jackpot handpay because the win amount exceeded the Handpay Limit or the Celebration Limit). Machine Paid: Progressive wins that were booked to the credit meter. Total Paid: Sum of progressive pays for each progressive level and in total. Hits: Number of progressive hits for each progressive level and in total.

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3.4.4 Voucher and Handpay This menu shows voucher and handpay information. --- Section - Voucher Statistics --Voucher Accepted: (in currency) Total amount of cashable money from accepted slot machine wagering vouchers. Voucher Printed: (in currency) Total amount of cashable money paid via voucher. Coupon Promotional Accepted: (in currency) Total amount of promotional money from accepted vouchers. Coupon Promotional Printed: (in currency) Total amount of promotional money paid via voucher . Total Accepted: Total number of accepted vouchers. Total Printed: Total number of all prints (includes cashout vouchers, coupons and jackpot receipts).

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7. Audit Menu / History / Cashless and Progressive 3.4.4 Voucher and Handpay continued --- Section - Handpay Statistics --Handpay With Voucher: Total amount of money from cashout handpays (cancelled credits) with a receipt printed. Handpay Without Voucher: Total amount of money from cashout handpays (cancelled credits) without a receipt printed. Handpay Win With Voucher: Total amount of money from jackpot handpays (initiated automatically because a single win exceeded a limit) with a receipt printed. Handpay Win Without Voucher: Total amount of money from jackpot handpays (initiated automatically because a single win exceeded a limit) without a receipt printed.

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7. Audit Menu / History / Cashless and Progressive 3.4.5 Jackpot Statistics This menu lists the progressive jackpot statistics for each progressive level. Number of Jackpot Hits: Number of progressive jackpot hits. Cumulative Payout: Sum of payouts. Current Value: Current progressive jackpot value. Base Value: Base value configured by means of the Alink tool. Upper Limit: Max. allowed progressive value. Further increments will go to the hidden jackpot or the overflow. Overflow Increments that could not be accumulated to the progressive jackpot or to the hidden jackpot, because the Upper Limit was exceeded. Increment: Percentage share of credits wagered, which is paid into this progressive level. Hidden Value: Current value of the assigned hidden jackpot. Hidden Increment: Percentage share of credits wagered, which is paid into the assigned hidden jackpot. Hidden Base Value: Base value of the assigned hidden jackpot configured by means of the Alink tool. Reset Value: Current restart value (= Base Value + current Hidden Value) if this level would be hit. Max. JP Payout: Value of the highest progressive jackpot payout. Min. JP Payout: Value of the lowest progressive jackpot payout. Note: The Jackpot Statistics menu is only available if an Atronic Progressive Link (APL) is configured.

Note: Upper limit "0" = No limit. Note: If the commboard is set to APL2 mode, increments and overflow of the four lower levels are shown in "History / Cashless & Progressive / Progressive Split Information" instead.

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7. Audit Menu / Help

4. Help
4.1 Hardware - Error Codes This menu lists the hardware error codes. Touch the Show Description button to display a brief description of the error trigger, the error reason and a how to solve the error. 01 - 001 Reason: Release: 01 - 002 Reason: Release: 01 - 003 Reason: Release: 01 - 004 Reason: Release: 01 - 005 Reason: Release: 01 - 006 Reason: Release: 01 - 007 Reason: Release: 01 - 008 Reason: Release: Mainboard is defective. Turn off machine and replace mainboard. AVR1200 on mainboard is defective. Turn off machine and replace mainboard. Revision of mainboard is not supported by the software. Turn off machine and replace mainboard by a valid type. Revision of backplane is not supported by the software. Turn off machine and replace backplane by a valid type. Revision of coinboard / peripheralboard is not supported by the software. Turn off machine and replace commboard by a valid type. Revision of hopperboard / peripheralboard is not supported by the software. Turn off machine and replace hopperboard by a valid type. Revision of counterboard / peripheralboard is not supported by the software. Turn off machine and replace counterboard by a valid type. Revision of buttonboard is not supported by the software. Turn off machine and replace buttonboard by a valid type. Note: The peripheralboard is used in Harmony and e machines. It incorporates coinboard, hopperboard, counterboard in one board.

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7. Audit Menu / Help 4.1 Hardware - Error Codes continued 01 - 009 Reason: Release: 01 - 010 Reason: Release: 01 - 011 Reason: Release: 01 - 012 Reason: Release: 01 - 013 Reason: Release: 01 - 014 Reason: Release: 01 - 017 Reason: Release: 01 - 018 Reason: Release: Mainboard is defective or not installed. Turn off machine and install a valid mainboard. Backplane is defective or not connected. Turn off machine and install a valid backplane. Coinboard / peripheralboard or cable is defective or not connected. Turn off machine and install valid coinboard and cable. Hopperboard / peripheralboard or cable is defective or not connected. Turn off machine and install valid hopperboard and cable. Counterboard / peripheralboard or cable is defective or not connected. Turn off machine and install valid couterboard and cable. Buttonboard or cable is defective or not connected. Turn off machine and install valid buttonboard and cable. Revision of MEMEX board is not supported. Turn off machine and install a valid MEMEX board. 1) MEMEX board is defective or not connected. 2) The mainboard revision does not support MEMEX boards. 1) Turn off machine and replace MEMEX board. 2) Replace the mainboard by a revision that supports the MEMEX board or update the PLD revision to U2-F.

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7. Audit Menu / Touch Screen Calibration

5. Touch Screen Calibration


Start Touch Screen Calibration: This menu allows recalibration of the monitor touch screen. 1. Touch the Start Touch screen Calibration button and follow the instructions on screen. 2. Touch the two yellow dots displayed on screen. The controller uses the data immediately before liftoff to register a calibration touch. Therefore, you can touch the screen, move your finger to the target, hold for a few seconds, and then lift off your finger. This way results in a more accurate calibration. 3. Touch the screen and check, if your fingers position matches the position of the red dot that will appear. 4. If you are satisfied with the result, touch the Accept button to finish recalibration. Otherwise touch the Recalibrate button or wait until the count down ends, to calibrate again.

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8. Appendix

8. Appendix

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8. Appendix

8.1 Commboard Connectors


P17 P5 P18 P9
CPU 68k

B1 S9

U28 P3
12V 5V

P16

P1

U34

U35

P7

P15 P12 P4
P19

P20
Battery 3.6V

P2 P13
7 89 7 89 7 89 7 89 7 89 7 89
0 0 0 0 0 0

P14

P10 P11

ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

S1

S2

S3

S4

S6

S7

S5

S8

Note: See manual "Commboard 68k" for details and connector pinouts.

2 34

2 34

2 34

2 34

2 34

2 34

Connector

Interface

P2 TTL P3 - P4 RS232 P5 - P7 - P9 - P10, P11 RS485 P12 RS232 P13 TTL P14 TTL P15 - P16 RS422 P17 - P18 RS422 P19 TTL P20 -

Note: Connector function can vary with commboard software. Jumper S9 Close to apply +5V or +12V to pin 1 of connector P2 B1 Close jumper to bridge electrical (galvanic) isolation of ground connection on SAS connectors.

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5 6

5 6

5 6

5 6

5 6

Protocol / Function SAS channel 1 (current loop) Cash-Now trigger signals SAS channel 2 Comm Key (Ticket in dongle) External Display +12V A-LINK, Mikohn Controller or SAS channel 3 SAS channel 1 Bally DACOM not used VLC Manufacturer use Overhead Displayboard CL SAS channel 2 (current loop) not used

Note: Connectors P10 and P11 are parallel wired.

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8.2 Commboard DIP Switches


Tables applies to commboard software versions Q_S6_xx-STD_1-08A and HCB-STD-12.0.x.xx and compatible.
Switch S1 S2 S3 S4 S6 S7 Function APL Address APL Address SAS Address, Channel 2 SAS Address, Channel 2 SAS Address, Channel 1 SAS Address, Channel 1

S1 S2

S3 S4

S6 S7

Rotary Switches

Digit x10 x01 (Address "00" disables APL address) x10 x01 x10 x01 (Address "00" disables SAS channel 2)

S5

S8

Note: If a slot machine interface board (SMIB) provides the SAS address, set Commboard SAS address to 01.

(Address "00" disables SAS channel 1)

Switch Function 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF Off ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON Mikohn MS-10 Progressive SAS Progressive APL Mikohn MS-27 Mystery Mikohn MS-27 Mystery + Progressive Accounting System 3rd Channel SAS Progressive with ADL APL Master APL Slave APL 1 mode APL 2 mode Communication to Host enabled Communication to Host disabled Legacy Handpay Reporting Handpay Queue Ticket data overwritten if not read (overtaking progressive meters) (non-overtaking progressive meters) (typical) (stand alone, no accounting system) (data overwritten if not read, to prevent buffer overrun) (typical) (prevent buffer overrun) Affected Long Polls (use this setting for non-progressive mode) (Atronic Progressive Link)

DIP Switch Block S5

(SAS progressive using Atronic Display Link, if available)

Switch Function 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

OFF ON 2 Channel Coupon Redemption (SAS channel 1 = Bally Promotional, SAS channel 2 = EZPay) OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF Allocate Progressive polls to SAS channel 1 80, 86 Allocate Progressive polls to SAS channel 2 Allocate EFT polls to SAS channel 1 22 to 26, 28, 29, 62 to 67 Allocate EFT polls to SAS channel 2 Allocate Bonusing polls to SAS channel 1 Allocate Bonusing polls to SAS channel 2 2E, 8A, 8B

DIP Switch Block S8*

Allocate Control polls to SAS channel 1 03 to 07, 0A to 0C, 94, A8 Allocate Control polls to SAS channel 2 Allocate Ticketing polls to SAS channel 1 Allocate Ticketing polls to SAS channel 2 Send Total Drop meter Send Coin Drop meter Lock EGM if no communication to host Do not lock EGM if no communication to host 4C, 4D, 57, 58, 70, 71, 7D (Exp. 3F, 57, 67, 68)

*typical setting for S8 in single channel mode = all OFF

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