2 comments on “Powering Your Homebrew Flippers Without a Computer

  1. hi , i do not know too much about this ,but I’ve seen other diagrams showing 5 volts for the hold side…so the way this is wired, the EOS shuts off the 48 volts to the high voltage coil? and how does the low voltage coil hold? thanks mike

    • It really depends on the machine. The coils used in Williams games use high voltage for the hold coil since it has a much higher resistance. It can handle it, no problem. 🙂

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