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VGA analogue display connector

Pinout

 

 

 

1 Red out

2 Green out

3 Blue out

4 Monitor ID 2 in

5 Ground

6 Red return

7 Green return

8 Blue return

9 no pin

10 Sync return

11 Monitor ID 0 in

12 Monitor ID 1 in

13 Horizonal Sync out

14 Vertical Sync out

15 reserved (monitor ID 3)

 

 

RGB analogue display connector

Pinout

Used on atari and amiga style monitors. For comp sync, used the H Sync input

 

 

 

 

PinFunction
1 Ground
2 Ground
3 Red
4 Green
5 Blue
6 N/C
7 N/C
8 H-Sync
9 V-Sync

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A few notes to add to the original post.

 

VGA analogue display connector

Pinout

 

1 Red out

2 Green out

3 Blue out

4 Monitor ID 2 in

5 Ground

6 Red return

7 Green return

8 Blue return

9 no pin (Named Composite Sync in the original standard, but modern monitors dont even have a pin here).

10 Sync return

11 Monitor ID 0 in

12 Monitor ID 1 in

13 Horizonal Sync out

14 Vertical Sync out

15 reserved (monitor ID 3)

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Jamma Pin out

 

SOLDER SIDE PIN PIN PARTS SIDE

GND A 1 GND

GND B 2 GND

+ 5V C 3 + 5V

+ 5V D 4 + 5V

- 5V E 5 - 5V

+12V F 6 +12V

KEY H 7 KEY

COIN COUNTER 2 J 8 COIN COUNTER 1

K 9

SPEAKER (-) L 10 SPEAKER (+)

AUDIO (GND) M 11 AUDIO (+)

VIDEO GREEN N 12 VIDEO RED

VIDEO SYNC P 13 VIDEO BLUE

SERVICE SWITCH R 14 VIDEO GND

S 15 TEST SWITCH

COIN SWITCH 2 T 16 COIN SWITCH 1

START SWITCH 2 U 17 START SWITCH 1

2P UP V 18 1P UP

2P DOWN W 19 1P DOWN

2P LEFT X 20 1P LEFT

2P RIGHT Y 21 1P RIGHT

2P PUSH 1 Z 22 1P PUSH 1

2P PUSH 2 a 23 1P PUSH 2

2P PUSH 3 b 24 1P PUSH 3

c 25

d 26

GND e 27 GND

GND f 28 GND

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Here's the pinout for the 054538 custom from Konami, as used on an X-Men PCB. There are a lot of unused pins in this application that might be used elsewhere.

 

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Here's the circuit connections for the 054539 custom as used on the X-Men PCB. If you have damaged traces or corrosion damage, this should help you fix the game..

 

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Edited by channelmaniac
Minor edit to fix 3 pins...
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PC080 and PC090 from Taito. Found mistakes in the schematic with regards to the pinout. The pinouts I have here are from the schematics, but 2 changes were made to the PC080 by me, verified by my multimeter.

 

SCA12 is on pin 73, not 43

MD3 is on pin 49, not 79

 

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They have REALLY odd spiraling pinouts... Hard to wrap your head around until you see it documented like this...

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Here are three Konami customs... The protection custom was reversed using my multimeter and a PCB. The other two were pulled from partial schematics of Vendetta. I'll be posting more as we need to get these chips documented better in the community.

054538 - Protection custom from Sunset Riders

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053260 - Sound custom on TiT

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053251 - Graphics mux chip from Simpsons, Vendetta, and X-Men

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