With LISY35 you can control Bally & Stern Games manufactured from 1977 to 1985.
With the latest LISY Hard- & Software the following Bally games are supported
Freedom; Night Rider; Evel Knievel; Eight Ball; Power Play; Mata Hari
Strikes and Spares; Black Jack; Lost World; The Six Million Dollar Man; Playboy
Voltan Escapes Cosmic Doom; Supersonic; Star Trek; Paragon; Harlem Globetrotters
Dolly Parton; Kiss; Future Spa; Space Invaders; Nitro Groundshaker; Silverball Mania
Rolling Stones; Mystic; Hot Doggin; Viking; Skateball; Frontier; Xenon
Flash Gordon; Eight Ball Deluxe; Fireball II; Embryon; Fathom; Medusa; Centaur
Elektra; Vector; Spectrum; Speakeasy; Speakeasy ( 2 Player);Rapid Fire
Mr. & Mrs. Pac-Man; BMX; Grand Slam; Grand Slam (2 Player ); Gold Ball; X's & O's
Kings of Steel; Black Pyramid; Spy Hunter; Fireball Classic; Cybernaut; Mystic Star
Latest information on using LISY35 for Stern pinball games: I got a message telling that me that all Stern Games do control the soundboard via connector 'J5'.
J5 is not available with LISY35!.
So you can use LISY35 to control your Stern pinball but cannot use the original Soundboard. For Sound you have to use LISY35 Soundcard (with 'wav' files) instead.
I always interested in feedback, just send me a mail.
Hardware Version 1.6
With version 1.6 I did replace the SMD Chip X1 ( I2C repeater ) with two MOSFETs, so no SMD components anymore on LISY35.
All other components are identical to version 1.5 Until I find time to document the Assembly, just use the assembly guide from Version 1.5 and leave out the 'X1' section.
For this Version I also do provide Gerber Data and the schematics.
In additon he PCB can easily be ordered at 'aisler.net' with the following link:
If you want to save time, have a look to LISY35-SMD where I do provide all data to order a PCB where most of the components are SMD, giving you the ability to let do the Assembly by your PCB manufacturer.
Hardware Version 1.5
With Version 1.5 I do use standard LEDs and separate resistors instead of the used LEDs with integrated resistors used up to Version 1.3. All other components are the same.
The PCB can easily be ordered at 'aisler.net' with the following link:
Digikey BOM is work in progress