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Hello everyone,
this is my first post here!
I work for an amusements company as an engineer and am trying to use an arduino to connect to a coin mech (ie money controls sr5 etc) and hopefully be able to reprogram the coin values to update the mech for new coins. I've seen a couple of posts here that have cctalk in them but it seems like noone has been able to do this yet.
If anyone has any ideas, help would be much appreciated please  smiley
cheers,
Terry.
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SR5 Serial Protocol Manual:
http://www.moneycontrols.com/en/productfiles/file/80/980a69a501a532cd15e328d813dfe1be

Generic cctalk protocol manual:
http://www.money-controls.de/manuals/cctalk/(84)cctalk_Part_1_v4_5.pdf

I think you want the "Teach Mode Control" command (202).  You will want 8 or more samples of the coin to be programmed.
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Thanks for the link  smiley

It looks like I'll have to make an interface circuit to begin playing around with this so I'll find some bits later and give it a try.
I will post back when I've tried but any more help would be listened too  smiley-red
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