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Description

Ce hardware est souvent confondu avec le Viper, d'apparence quasi-identique, mais qui utilise une tout autre architecture, basée sur la Playstation 2[1].
Il est inclu d'origine dans les bornes pop'n music Type C.

Jeux supportés

Caractéristiques

  • Carte I/O Konami PWB0000106626
  • Carte mère Playstation2 COH-H31000
  • Connecteur JAMMA

Les différentes versions de jeux sont stocké sur HDD 2.5", connecté en IDE sur la carte I/O.

Représentation schématique

PWB0000106626
KONAMI 2001
  |-----------------------------------------|
  |          CN5  CN7  CN2               CN3|
|-|                                         |
|   TD62064        LM358   |------|  BA7078 |
|               3793       |VS218 |  25MHz  |
|      056879      LM358   |      |      CN9|
|J                         |------|     LED3|
|A                                      LED4|
|M                 LM358       D72872GC LED5|
|M                                 24MHz    |
|A     ADC0838     6379                 CN12|
|        LM358                              |
|                                           |
|  LED6-13                              CN13|
|-|                                         |
  |                    |--------|           |
  |                    |TOSHIBA |           |
|-|                    |TMPR3927|           |
|    DS14C232          |        |           |
|                      |--------|           |
|                  8.4MHz                   |
|C                                          |
|N               48LC2M32B2                 |
|1                                  CN16    |
|5       XC9536   B22A01.U42            CN17|
|                           XCS10XL         |
|                M48T58Y.U48                |
|                            DS2430         |
|       DS14C232                            |
|-|                                         |
  |SW4   CN19     CN20           CN21       |
  |-----------------------------------------|
Notes:
      LM358      - National LM358 Dual Operational Amplifier (SOIC8)
      6379       - NEC uPD6379A 2-Channel 16-bit D/A Cconverter (SOIC8)
      3793       - Fujitsu MB3793-A Power Voltage Monitoring IC with Watchdog Timer (SOIC8)
      TD62064    - Toshiba TDA62064 Darlington Transistor Array
      BA7078     - ROHM BA7078 Sync Separator / Sync Detection IC (SOIC18)
      VS218      - National VS218ALC4 (video-related?) (TQFP144)
      D72872GC   - NEC D72872GC IEEE 1394 controller (TQFP120)
      056879     - Konami custom 056879 (QFP120)
      ADC0838    - National ADC0838 8-Bit Serial I/O A/D Converter with Multiplexer Option (SOIC20)
      DS14C232   - National DS14C232 Low Power +5V Powered TIA/EIA-232 Dual Driver/Receiver (SOIC16)
      TMPR3927   - Toshiba TMPR3927 32-bit R3000A-based RISC micro-controller (QFP240)
      48LC2M32B2 - Micron 48LC2M32B2 512k x32-bit x4-banks (64MBit) SDRAM (TSOP86)
      XC9536     - Xilinx XC9536XL CPLD stamped 'QB22A1' (PLCC44)
      B22A01.U42 - Fujitsu MBM29F400 512k x8-bit flash ROM stamped 'B22A01' (TSOP48). This is probably
                   the common-to-all-games Pyson BIOS for the TMPR3927
      XCS10XL    - Xilinx Spartan XCS10XL FPGA (TQFP144)
      M48T58Y    - ST Microelectronics M48T58Y 8k Timekeeper/NVRAM (DIP28). As well as being used for protection
                   with the Konami game code/year etc (the usual first 16 bytes) it also seems to contain code
                   or other data in some of the games, meaning it's not possible to hand-create the NVRAMs.
                   The same 'extended usage' of this chip is also present on Konami Viper PCBs.
      DS2430     - Dallas DS2430 256-bit EEPROM and silicon serial number (3 pin TO-92 package)
      CN2        - RJ45 network connector
      CN3        - 5 pin power input connector (12 volts only)
      CN5/7      - RCA jacks for unamplified stereo audio output
      CN9        - 13 pin audio/video connector joined with a cable to the PS2 main board AV connector
      CN12       - IEEE 1394 connector joined with a cable to the PS2 main board 'i.LINK' connector
      CN13       - 4 pin power connector (unused)
      CN15       - 28 way edge connector which connects to the filter board along with the JAMMA edge connector
      CN16       - 40 pin standard IDE connector (for CDROM/DVDROM or 3.5" IDE HDD)
      CN17       - 44 pin standard IDE connector (for 2.5" IDE HDD)
      CN19       - DIN5 connector for plug-in security module. The module contains a Dallas DS2430 which
                   effectively replaces the common-to-most-games one on the main board (same a Viper h/w)
      CN20       - 4 pin connector
      CN21       - Standard Compact Flash card slot
      SW4        - 4 position DIP switch

Références

  1. http://callusnext.com/pcbs/ps2_pm.html