SEGA SYSTEM-16 MULTI - OLED BASED GAME SELECTOR

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    • SEGA SYSTEM-16 MULTI - OLED BASED GAME SELECTOR

      I'm very happy and excited to introduce the S16 Multi OLED based game selector device.

      To view the origins and creation of this device, see here: arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…multi-lcd-games-selector/

      Features:
      • Powered by an Atmega328.
      • 128x32 pixel OLED screen (white or blue display pending availability).
      • Extremely low power consumption (under 7mA with all accessories installed).
      • IR (infrared) remote control support. Programmed to respond to an OSSC remote.
      • Optional wired remote board interconnected via a USB-C to USB-C cable.
      • Beautiful bitmap based artwork created by members of this community.
      • Brightness control toggle.
      • ISP programming header which enables firmware updates via a USB ASP programmer.
      • Installs directly to the S16 multi PCB. Easy solder-less install, plug n play.
      • Recalls the last game you played and loads this game upon power on.
      • Attract Mode.
      *** ALL PRICING QUOTED IN AUSTRALIAN DOLLARS ***

      *** PAYMENT VIA PAYPAL AS GIFT / FRIEND PAYMENT IN AUSTRALIAN DOLLARS ***
      Shipping rates will be quoted on an individual basis at time of purchase.

      Complimentary units which will be dispatched soon:
      1. @Mitsurugi-w - SHIPPED
      2. @opt2not - SHIPPED
      3. @Apocalypse - SHIPPING SOON
      4. @nem - SHIPPING SOON
      5. @jassin000 - SHIPPING SOON
      Current orders:
      1. @Derick2k - PAID - SHIPPED
      2. @beast1x5 - PAID - SHIPPED
      3. @mastercello - PAID - SHIPPED
      4. @xodaraP - PAID - SHIPPED
      5. @oneleaf86 - PAID - SHIPPED
      6. @ekorz - PAID - MAIN UNIT ONLY - SHIPPED
      7. @glstar - x2 - PAID - SHIPPED
      8. @CPZ - SAVEYOURGAMES - x2 - PAID - SHIPPED
      9. @nonosto - PAID (W/S16 JAMMA ADAPTER) - READY TO SHIP (AWAITING EPROMS)
      10. @djsheep - PAID - SHIPPED
      11. @Smurph - PAID - SHIPPED
      12. @psykom1 - PAID - MAIN UNIT ONLY - SHIPPED
      13. @twistedsymphony - PAID - MAIN UNIT ONLY (W/S16 JAMMA ADAPTER) - SHIPPED
      14. @Sp33dFr34k - PAID - SHIPPED
      15. @-Ace- - PAID - SHIPPED
      16. @ShootTheCore - PAID - MAIN UNIT ONLY - SHIPPED
      17. @KalessinDB - PAID
      18. @mncmt - PM
      19. @LHantz - AWAITING PAYMENT - MAIN UNIT ONLY -
      20. @rtw - Unable to fulfill at present time due to postage restrictions. :(
      21. @kuze - PAID
      22. @tom5151 - PAID
      23. @archimage - PM
      24. @Rg111 - PM
      25. @AlxUnderBase - (ship with game PCB)
      26. @glstar (friend) -
      27. @sk8er000 - PAID
      28. @SiQux - Unable to fulfill at present time due to postage restrictions.



      Files

      The post was edited 60 times, last by Frank_fjs ().

    • INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS:
      • SET all dips of the S16 multi dipswitch to OFF.
      • Connect the 3 PIN JST XH CONNECTOR / 3 PIN DUPONT CONNECTOR of the included wiring harness to the main PCB of the S16 OLED games selector. Take note of the pinout (illustrated below) and ensure this matches the CN5 pinout of the SYSTEM-16 motherboard.
      • Connect the 4 pin DuPont housing to CN5. Take note of the pinout and ensure this matches the pinout of the S16 OLED games selector.
      • Dock the S16 OLED games selector PCB to the 10 way (5x2) dipswitch header.
      • If utilizing the separate wired remote PCB, interconnect this to the main S16 OLED games selector PCB via a USB-C to USB-C cable.
      • Ensure all connections are made prior to applying power.
      DEVICE INFO:


      • SCROLL UP - Navigate / increment the games list.
      • SCROLL DOWN - Navigate / decrement the games list.
      • LOAD SELECTED GAME - Load the selected game.
      • HOLD DOWN SCROLL UP & SCROLL DOWN SIMULTANEOUSLY - Show Version #.
      • HOLD DOWN EITHER SCROLL UP OR SCROLL DOWN & LOAD SELECTED GAME SIMULTANEOUSLY - Toggle Brightness.
      OSSC REMOTE FUNCTIONS:



      Toggle Brightness alternates between full brightness and minimum brightness:


      Display Toggle alternates between the printed games list entry or the bitmap image of the currently loaded game:


      Show Version # prints the current software version number to the screen:


      UPDATING FIRMWARE GUIDE:
      Zadig is a small piece of software that will correctly and easily configure the USB driver for the USBASP programmer. Without correct driver installation the USBASP programmer will not be recognizable by programming software such as eXtreme Burner - ASP.


      • Download the HEX file you wish to flash to the S16 OLED selector. These can be found in the main first post of this thread.
      • Connect the 10 PIN to 6 PIN adapter to your S16 OLED selector, pay attention to the pinout and ensure correct orientation. The other end of the 10 PIN ribbon cable connects to your USBASP programmer.
      • Connect your USBASP programmer to your computer's USB port.
      • Open the eXtremeBurner - ASP software.
      • Click the Chip top menu entry and select ATmega328P.
      • Click on the Open icon and load the HEX file.
      • Click on the EEPROM tab and enter 1 in the first box labelled as 00 / 000000.
      • Click on the Fuse Bits/Settings tab and enter a Low Fuse value of E2. Don't forget to tick the Write checkbox.
      • Click the Write All icon and wait for it to successfully program.

      The post was edited 6 times, last by Frank_fjs ().

    • Does anyone want one whom doesn't want nor need the wired remote board? I ask as I have enough parts to make 5 more barring the USB C connectors, which means I can produce 5 more main units minus the USB C connectors and therefore no ability to interconnect to the wired remote board.

      First batch is nearly finalised and will be shipped tomorrow prior to the Easter public holidays.

    • To clarify, the main unit which docks to the S16 multi PCB and is fully functional as a standalone unit is $50 AU. This is mandatory as it's the brains of the device (doesn't look like much as there are components soldered out of view beneath the screen. This unit has onboard tactile buttons for operation and additionally can be controlled wirelessly via an OSSC remote.

      The $65 includes the above described main PCB in addition to a wired remote board with additional OLED screen and tactile buttons. Idea being if you want to be able to view and control the device from a distance, useful if you want to mount your System 16 board inside a cab that doesn't allow for easy access to it. You can run the wired remote board to wherever you need it, perhaps sitting on top of your arcade machine's control panel for example.

      So yeah, it's $15 more for the remote board. $65 total for both devices.

      For infrared remote control you need to own or purchase an OSSC remote.

      I am not supplying USB C to USB C cables so you also need to supply this yourself if you wish to use the wired remote board.
    • I'm working down the multi list, in that order.

      Big box of Digi-Key parts arrived today so I'm set for components for a while. PCBs are fabricated just awaiting despatch via DHL express so won't take long once they've shipped. Ordered 50 PCBs.

      Need to order more OLED screens, which I'll do next pay day.
    • The main hurdles have been jumped. Design is sorted and solid, as is the code.

      Majority of parts are ex Digi-Key for a few reasons, quality name brand components and efficient delivery. I'm reasonably stocked up now.

      PCBs have been bulk ordered so I'm good there.

      The only snags are the wiring harnesses and mounting hardware (standoffs, screws, washers). I've got a small amount of stock on hand but bulk ordering from China (it's just too expensive elsewhere) has proven troublesome. I have orders from early March that still haven't arrived and tracking shows the parcel travelling all over but never leaving China, returned to sender or just no movement at all. The mounting hardware I can source locally for greater cost and fingers crossed I think I've found a reasonably priced and reliable source of the wiring harnesses.

      The OLEDs I source ex Amazon as they are high quality and usually shipped fast with my prime membership, however these days even Amazon deliveries have gone from two days to two weeks.
    • Cheers @Frank_fjs , if you want, of course, i can help you with distribution for all the kits to all EU customers. the shipping cost for them are around 7-8$ from Romania to any country from EU. At least , when i shipped a Framemeister to Spain that was the shipping cost. Another times i send different stuff to Poland or UK or Finland or China (but in China i send a MV1C) . Another time i send to US a WASP Custom on the same price . Seems the small packages have this price here on Romanian Post (7-8 US $)
      Multi's: CPS2 / Taito F3 / Irem M72
      Superguns : HAS v3.1
      Scalers : OSSC v1.6 / RetroTINK-2X
      Scart switch : Gscartsw V5.2
      JNX: Spitfire
      NAC: Splitfire





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