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gvrSX™ Conversion Instructions
040-0050-01 Rev A
! Read this manual before installing the Game.
! Keep this manual with the machine at all times.
© 2004 GLOBAL VR, INC. All Rights Reserved
Operation Blockade, Infogrames and the Infogrames logo are trademarks of Infogrames Entertainment. S.A. Beach Head 2000, Beach Head
2002, and Beach Head 2003: Desert War are trademarks of
Preface Table of Contents Preface .......................................................3 Section 4 – Using the Game Operator Safety ...........................................................3 Menu .....................................................28 Warnings ...................................................3 Setting Game Options and Resets..............28 Environmental Conditions ........................3 Machine Menu ...........................................29 FCC Notices (U
Preface Preface Safety Please read this page before preparing your arcade cabinet for game play. The following safety instructions apply to all game operators and service personnel. Specific warnings and cautions will be included throughout this manual. Use the following safety guidelines to help protect the system from potential damage and to ensure your personal safety: • Make sure that the switch on the back of the computer is set to match the AC power in use at your location: 1
Preface FCC Notices (United States) Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) is any signal or emission radiated in free space or conducted along power or signal leads, that endangers the functioning of radio navigation or other safety service, or that seriously degrades, obstructs, or repeatedly interrupts a licensed radio communications service. Radio communications services include, but are not limited to, AM/FM commercial broadcast, television, cellular services, radar, air-traffic control,
Section 1 – Game Description Section 1 – Game Description ® The GLOBAL VR gvrSX™ Conversion Kit lets operators convert old Jamma cabinets for ® the same game play as the GLOBAL VR Vortek cabinet. The Conversion Kit uses the existing cabinet, coin inputs, speakers, and Jamma harness. The gvrSX™ design showcases the following features: • Superior graphics. • Easily upgradeable with exciting new game software. • Four real motion axes: yaw (turn) left/right rotation, and pitch (tilt) up
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion Converting your cabinet consists of the primary steps listed below. Exact steps may vary depending on your cabinet. Upgrade Steps • Clean and Prepare your Cabinet: Remove all graphics and labels, tournament header, and card reader, and clean the cabinet (page 6). • Install the New Monitor: Do this if you purchased the monitor upgrade kit with the 27- inch monitor (page 10). Otherwise, you will install the Universal V
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion Remove old Tournament Header and Card Reader If your cabinet has an existing tournament header or card reader, these components can be removed. They are not used by the gvrSX™ system. The card reader is usually located near the coin door. The header is usually located at the top of the cabinet. Perform the following steps to remove the card reader and tournament header: 1. Unplug the data cables from the card reader and remove them from the cabinet. 2
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion Conversion Kit Contents and Replacement Parts List Table 1. Conversion Kit Components Electronic Components Description Qty Part Number DFI-CS35-TL- System Computer (Not Shown) 1 GVRSX UGCI board, HAPP Flying 1 95-0800-20 Joystick, Pup, Analog with Atari Grips 1 95-0923-GVR White Pushbutton W/ Micro Switch 4 47-9150-02 JAMMA Conversion Board 1 990-0007-01 Universal Video Converter (UVC) Card 1 96-0583-00 DONGLE, USB, KQRTG 1 USB-KQRTG PS2-Keyboard (N
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion CDs, Labels, and Manuals Description Qty Part Number Conversion Instructions & System Manual (This Document) 1 040-0050-01 Document, Software Restore 1 040-0060-01 Software, Game, Beach Head 2003: Desert War 1 050-0040-01 1 Software, Game, Beach Head 2000 1 050-0016-01 1 Software, Game, Beach Head 2002 1 050-0017-01 1 Software, V3 and gvrSX™ Recovery Disk XP 1 050-0019-01 1 Home, Multi Game Upgrade Software, Joystick Calibration Utility CD 1 050-0
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion Replace the Monitor (Optional) ® Note: Do Not use the Universal Video Controller (UVC) board with the Wells Gardner monitor. If you have the Monitor Upgrade Kit, perform the steps in this section to remove the old ® monitor and install the 27-inch Wells-Gardner monitor. Remove the Old Monitor 1. Open the service shelf, and remove the glass display shield and monitor bezel. 2. Disconnect ALL wiring from the back of the monitor. Make sure that no wires s
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion 4. Repeat the previous two steps to drill bolt holes in the other side of the cabinet. 5. Align the lower monitor bracket with the new bolt holes and bolt it in place using the nuts and bolts removed previously. 6. Install the four (4) supplied carriage bolts into the original bolt holes to give them a finished appearance. ® © 2004 GLOBAL VR , INC. 040-0050-01 Rev. A 10/29/2004 Page 11 of 48
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion Install the New Monitor 1. Refer to the picture below and make sure that the monitor frame of the new 27-inch ® Wells-Gardner Monitor has the holes required to mount it to the cabinet brackets. Both the top and bottom sections of the frame must have two pairs of holes (some monitor frames have only one pair of holes in each section). The inside pair of holes must be centered on the bracket, and measure 19-1/4" center-to-center. 2. If the monitor frame d
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion 4. Use the old hardware to re-attach the monitor to the cabinet bracket (four places). 5. Install the new monitor bezel. 6. Clean and replace the glass display shield. 7. Replace the small retainer tab that secures the display shield in place. 8. Mount the monitor remote control board in a convenient location in the service tray. 9. Connect the monitor ground wire to a ground lug on the cabinet. 10. If the old monitor was powered with an AC isolation tra
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion 3. Install the exhaust fan behind the ventilation slot, just above the rear cabinet door, as shown by the arrow in the picture below. 4. Place the exhaust fan on the outside of the ventilation slots and use the mounting holes in the fan as a template to drill the mounting holes. Use an 11/64" drill bit to drill the four mounting holes for the exhaust fan. 5. Place the fan on the inside of the cabinet so that it will blow air out of the cabinet. Use
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion Set Up the Hardware Set Up AC Power Distribution You must install the AC power strip/surge suppressor from the kit to provide power to the computer, new monitor (if installed), and ventilation fan. The actual wiring will vary depending on which cabinet you are converting. Use the instructions that follow as a general guideline for setting up AC power distribution. 1. Locate the AC power panel inside the cabinet. The panel is usually the distributing
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion 6. Some older cabinets with CGA monitors have an AC isolation transformer that is used to power the monitor. These are often bulky, heavy transformers that take up most of the space on the bottom of the cabinet, and they cannot be removed unless you replace the monitor. If you connect a monitor that requires an AC isolation transformer directly into an AC power source, you will damage the PCB chassis on the monitor. 7. If your cabinet has an AC isolati
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion 3. Set jumper J8 on the Jamma conversion board to pins 1 and 2 for stereo, or pins 1 and 3 for mono audio, depending on how your cabinet audio is set up. 4. Place the boards next to each other in the service tray where you removed the old boards. Make sure that the Jamma connector on the Jamma wire harness can reach the Jamma Conversion Board before securing the boards to the cabinet. 5. Secure the boards with wood screws in the plastic feet. Connect th
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion Install the Happ UGCI Board 1. Install four small plastic feet from the kit on the Happ UGCI board. 2. Mount the board below the control panel where the button and joystick harnesses will reach it, as shown in Figure 3. 3. Secure the board with wood screws in the plastic feet as shown in Figure 3. 4. Refer to the figure below, and Figure 5, Simplified Wiring Diagram, on page 43 to connect the Happ UGCI board. Figure 3. Happ UGCI Board Connections 5. C
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion Set Up the Computer The computer comes pre-loaded with the game software. There is no need to reload the software with the CDs in the kit. The Software recovery CDs are included in case you have a software problem in the future or wish to change the specific game titles available. CAUTION: The computer can be damaged very easily. Use caution when installing the computer. Avoid touching internal components. These components are susceptible to Elect
Section 2 – Cabinet Conversion Connect the Computer Refer to Figure 7, Computer Rear Panel Diagram, on page 45, and Figure 5, Simplified Wiring Diagram, on page 44 to make the connections to the computer. 1. Connect the USB hub to one of the computer USB ports and install the game dongles in the USB hub. Refer to the section titled USB Game Dongles on page 37 for more information on the dongles and USB hub. 2. Connect the audio cable from the green audio port of the computer to J2 o
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