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    Nanao MS8-26 pinout

    Hey guys,

    I'm in the process of connecting up the chassis and tube to my Sega rally build, but I'm stumped a little with the pinout..



    Does anyone happen to know the pinout for this chassis?*

    I'm assuming red, green, blue and black are the rgb video gnd signals on a jamma edge, and I'm also assuming white is sync, is it safe to assume brown is for degaussing?*

    I have no degaussing button on my cab anywhere so I'm assuming I'd have to create a momentary switch?

    TIA

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    Brown is vertical sync (not used). The pinout is screen printed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soyl View Post
    Brown is vertical sync (not used). The pinout is screen printed.
    The moment you said it's screen printed, I realised I had a massive derp moment . SMH

    Thanks.

    Now I need to figure out how I trigger a degauss

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    Degauss is automatic on those it does it each time u turn it on. If itís the type Iím thinking of


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    Thanks.

    That would make sense since there's nothing coming out of the pin terminal unlike my astro city thst has two pins for degaussing

    This is the chassis for reference



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    Iíd have to check one of mine later but Iím pretty sure


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    Degauss can be automatic or manual depending on how you wire the header. Versions other than SG and SU don't have the header and only have automatic degauss.

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    Hi,

    I have a couple of questions about Nanao MS8-26SG:

    1) How do you wire the header to automatically degauss?

    2) On my board it has the labels red/green/blue/gnd/h sync. If using VGA for input to this monitor is the VGA Vertical Sync used?

    Thanks,
    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by econ0003 View Post
    Hi,

    I have a couple of questions about Nanao MS8-26SG:

    1) How do you wire the header to automatically degauss?

    2) On my board it has the labels red/green/blue/gnd/h sync. If using VGA for input to this monitor is the VGA Vertical Sync used?

    Thanks,
    Tom
    1. I've been told by numerous people (including this thread) that there's no header on the SG. It's automatic. Everytime it turns on it gets degaussed

    2. You cannot use vga on this chassis. This chassis is only a dual sync chassis so 15/24 kHz only. If you want to use vga, you will need a 31khz only chassis or a tri sync.

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    Thanks for the clarification. It sounds like VGA is not an option. SCART seems to be working with the monitor. Degaussing is not working automatically but it looks like it was was wired to degauss manually.



    There are two red wires that go to a push button to manually degauss. Should it also automatically degauss when turning on? Currently the button is not connected and no degaussing occurs when turning on the monitor.

    Last edited by econ0003; 17th April 2019 at 05:39 AM.

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