Wangan midnight maximum tune 2 force feedback help

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    • I believe E20 is the error you get even if the FFB is unplugged. It indicates that there is no communication happening between the board and the game, therefore the board is not sending that error. It's not all that useful of an error other than to say there could be any number of issues going on causing a communication breakdown.
    • Ya not of much use at all. The manual basically says replace board upon E20 error which is pretty useless as well. It does work once in awhile.
      I now have a Sega type 1 IO on the way. I would like to create an adapter to rewire IO for Sega type 1. Do any of you happen to know what plugs I would need to buy to convert J102 and J101. J104 looks like it’s the jvs usb so I’m assuming that will be the easy one. Also I not sure which plug I would need to buy for the Sega type 1 IO.
      Is what I’d like to do possible?
    • You can create wiring adapters. That's the part that's not that fun, in my opinion. I couldn't be bothered to do that, and I spent forever developing a custom replacement JVS Board so I wouldn't ever have to mess with adapters and rewiring for different games. You'll have to map everything out. There's a pinout diagram of the Type 1 connectors somewhere, but there isn't one for the Namco board as far as I know.

      Just get a standard USB cable to use for JVS communications on the Type 1.

      The 60-pin connector from your cab will need to be split out into a 60-pin and 26-pin connector. Basically you'll need a 60-pin header to receive the connector from the cab, and then I guess solder wires to that and break them out into the connectors that will go into to the Type 1.

      You'll do something similar for the power connector. I've used a lot of these connectors in my MEGA JVS project. Let me see if I can dig up part numbers.
    • Header that matches the power header on the Namco Board:
      Molex: 22-23-2081
      digikey.com/product-detail/en/…022232081/WM4206-ND/26679


      Here's a 26-pin connector that can plug into the Type 1:

      Omron Electronics - XG5N-261 - need compatible pins

      digikey.com/product-detail/en/…G5N-261/OR1124-ND/3828700


      Here's a 60-pin connector that can plug into a Type 1:

      Omron Electronics - XG5N-601 - need compatible pins

      digikey.com/product-detail/en/…G5N-601/OR1141-ND/3828679

      Here's a 60-pin header that the one from your cab can plug into:
      Amphenol ICC - 71918-160LF
      digikey.com/product-detail/en/…G5N-261/OR1124-ND/3828700

      The power connectors on the Type 1 need a 5-pin (12v) and 4-pin (5v) JST NH connector. You will have to supply 12v, because the lamps in the buttons on WMMT use 12v.
      Digikey doesn't stock these, so you have to get them elsewhere:
      They need compatible pins.
      digikey.com/product-detail/en/…F-AA/H4P-SHF-AA-ND/691799
      digikey.com/product-detail/en/…F-AA/H5P-SHF-AA-ND/616224
    • Thank you for all the info and links I really appreciate it. I’m terrible at identify the plugs I need to buy. On that note do you know a link for the male version on the 60 pin connector
      My plan was to just plug my existing 60 pin connector into it and break off into other plugs for type 1 IO

      If anyone here makes these adapters I’d definitely buy one right away ;)

      The post was edited 2 times, last by ThisGuy ().

    • ThisGuy wrote:

      Thank you for all the info and links I really appreciate it. I’m terrible at identify the plugs I need to buy. On that note do you know a link for the male version on the 60 pin connector
      My plan was to just plug my existing 60 pin connector into it and break off into other plugs for type 1 IO

      If anyone here makes these adapters I’d definitely buy one right away ;)
      I linked to 60 pin locking header that will match that. I don't know if there are better options. You'd have to solder onto the pins. I doubt there's a more convenient option available for DIY wiring.

      Ugh, thought of having to wire this up... I'm not in any way prepared to offer a MEGA JVS for sale, but if those became available, you'd just replace your I/O with that and you'd be good to go. I could maybe be persuaded with a trade.

      Edit: I guess I screwed up the link above for the 60 pin header. I believe I got the part number right, though.
    • winteriscoming wrote:

      Ugh, thought of having to wire this up... I'm not in any way prepared to offer a MEGA JVS for sale, but if those became available, you'd just replace your I/O with that and you'd be good to go. I could maybe be persuaded with a trade.
      MEGA JVS sounds like a great solution if it’s a drop in replacement. What kind of trade would help persuade you? Are you looking for anything in particular? Otherwise I don’t mind paying for it, if that helps persuade you too ;)
      If any are available anytime soon I am definitely interested in acquiring 2 ASAP. It sounds much easier and definitely worth it

      The post was edited 1 time, last by ThisGuy ().

    • Can someone with a WMMT1 or 2 board take some pictures to the Namco V315 str Pcb and the I / O FCA Pcb board along with the wiring to see how they are connected?I have this machine and some of the wiring is missing.I am interested above all ffb Thanks

      The post was edited 1 time, last by Mecam33 ().