Missile Command Jamma Adaptor

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Nov 302013
 

I’ve made a really basic Missile Command Jamma Adaptor, to make it easier to test the PCB on a supergun, rather than in cabinet itself. I only connected the following Missile Command pins:

A – GND
C – 12v
L – Blue
M – Green

2 – +5
10 – Red
18 – Comp Sync
19 – -5

Please note the above has the +12v on Jamma pin 6 going to Missile Command pin C. Usually the +12v is on pin 20 on Missile Command, but pin C is also +12v, so this is fine

Missile Command Jamma Parts Side

Missile Command Jamma Solder Side

Jan 272013
 

I’ve recently acquired a Crazy Kong PCB, but the Jamma adaptor that came with it wasn’t the best so I’ve made a new one, so I can plug this into a supergun or Jamma cabinet. Again it looks a bit like spagetti junction, but it is fairly tidy, and I am happy with the results.

I’m particularly pleased with the soldering of the edge connector directly to the fingerboard. This is the first time I’ve done this and I think I did a fairly decent job.

Crazy Kong Solder Side

Crazy Kong Solder Side

Crazy Kong Parts Side

Crazy Kong Parts Side

Konami to Jamma Adaptor

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Dec 262012
 

I have an original Konami Scramble PCB to test out, so built an adaptor to run this on a Jamma supergun. Unfortunately it looks a bit like Spagetti Junction 🙂

Konami to Jamma Adaptor (Solder Side)

Konami to Jamma Adaptor (Solder Side)

Konami to Jamma Adaptor (Parts Side)

Konami to Jamma Adaptor (Parts Side)

I know I should have soldered the edge connector directly to the fingerboard, but hey I didn’t. Maybe next time 🙂

Jamma Fingerboards

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Nov 242012
 

I’ve just received these from James Watt. Awesome Jamma Fingerboards. I think I will do my Mr.Do to Jamma adaptor using one of these 🙂

Jamma Fingerboards

Jamma Fingerboards