How to check that All Sport current loop (CL) output Game In Progress (GIP) data is getting to the scoreboard driver?
- Product Family: Sports Product
- Control System: Wired All Sport.
The following Wired All Sport communication modes will be used:
- tip is positive (+)
- middle ring is negative (-)
- sleeve is ground (GND)
- DB-25 for scoreboard current loop output
- output 1 (+)14 and (-)15
- output 2 (+)16 and (-)17
- output 3 (+)18 and (-)19
- DB-25 with a DB-25 to 16 pin circular cable (DB-25 is the same as above)
- output 1 on 16-pin (+)1 and (-)2
- output 2 on 16-pin (+)3 and (-)4
- output 3 on 16-pin (+)5 and (-)6
- With a Multimeter measure for a DC voltage on all individual (+) and (-) output pairs mentioned above at the All Sport console location. The All Sport's output voltage should range from:
With a Multimeter measure for the voltage identified in step one at the scoreboard signal input.
- 8-14 Volts DC for All Sport 1600, 3000, 4000, 5000, 5500 consoles.
- 5-10 Volts DC for All Sport 2000 series consoles
- NOTE: the signal voltages listed above DO NOT guarantee the console output is good; they are intended to be used as a guideline.
Note: Outputs are separated and could produce different voltages.