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Lost World Solenoid and Lamp Assignments

The following table lists each driver transistor, the coil it drives,
the pre-driver IC associated with it along with the pin numbers of the base and collector (respectively),
and the decoder IC BINARY input signals (ABCD) and output pin number.

TIP-102
Transistor
Coil CA3081
Pre-Driver IC
74L154
Decoder*
Q1 Not Used U1, 16, 1 0001/2
Q2 Not Used U1, 3, 2 0000/1
Q3 Knocker U1, 6, 4 0101/6
Q4 Outhole Kicker U1, 8, 7 0110/7
Q5 Not Used U1, 13, 14 0010/3
Q6 Not Used U1, 11, 12 0011/4
Q7 Not Used U1, 10, 9 0100/5
Q8 Left Saucer U3, 16, 1 0111/8
Q9 Bottom Bumper U3, 3, 2 1010/11
Q10 Left Sling Shot U3, 8, 7 1011/13
Q11 Right Sling Shot U3, 6, 4 1101/15
Q12 Right Saucer U3, 10, 9 1100/14
Q13 Left Bumper U3, 11, 12 1000/9
Q14 Right Bumper U3, 13, 14 1001/10
Q15 Flipper Enable Relay U4, 3, 2 n/a
Q16 Not Used U4, 8, 7 1110/16
Q17 Not Used U4, 10, 9 n/a
Q18 Not Used U4, 11, 12 n/a
Q19 Coin Lockout U4, 13, 14 n/a

*NOTE*
"n/a" Decoder info indicates these drivers get their signals as continuous
solenoids directly from the MPU at A4J4-5, 6, 7, and 8 and not the Decoder IC.


This table lists all the 2N5060 SCRs on the Lamp Driver module, the name of the lamp it drives,
the decoder IC associated with the SCR along with the BINARY input signals (AD0, AD1, AD2, AD3) and output pin,
and the name of the 2K Ohm resistor (red/black/red) connected to the decoder output.

2N5060
SCR
Lamp MC14514
Decoder
2K Ohm
Resistor
Q4 Saucer 8000 U1, 0111/4 R7
Q5 N Player 1 U1, 1101/13 R3
Q6 Player Up 1 U1, 1110/16 R2
Q7 Rt Feeder Lane U1, 1011/19 R1
Q11 Saucer 1000 U1, 0110/5 R8
Q12 5K U1, 0001/9 R12
Q13 9K U1, 0010/10 R13
Q14 1K U1, 0000/11 R14
Q18 N Player 2 U2, 1101/13 R15
Q19 Player Up 2 U2, 1110/16 R11
Q20 Saucer Spec U3, 0111/4 R10
Q21 Lt Feeder Lane U2, 1011/19 R9
Q25 Saucer 10K U2, 0111/4 R22
Q26 Saucer 2000 U2, 0110/5 R23
Q27 6K U2, 0001/9 R27
Q28 10K U2, 0010/10 R28
Q29 2K U2, 0000/11 R29
Q30 N Player 3 U3, 1101/13 R30
    
2N5060
SCR
Lamp MC14514
Decoder
2K Ohm
Resistor
Q31 Player Up 3 U3, 1110/16 R26
Q32 Saucer 4000 U3, 0110/5 R25
Q36 3K U3, 0000/11 R45
Q37 3X U3, 0101/6 R38
Q38 7K U3, 0001/9 R41
Q39 Rt Outlane Special U3, 1011/9 R24
Q43 N Player 4 U4, 1101/13 R44
Q44 20K U3, 0010/10 R43
Q45 Player Up 4 U4, 1110/16 R42
Q46 "A" Target U4, 1001/17 R40
Q50 8K U4, 0001/9 R55
Q51 Not Used U4, 0010/10 R56
Q52 Credit Indicator U4, 1010/20 R37
Q53 Left Outlane Special U4, 1011/19 R39
Q57 4K U4, 0000/11 R57
Q58 Not Used U4, 0111/4 R50
Q59 Saucer 6000 U4, 0110/5 R53
Q60 2X U4, 0101/6 R54


This table lists all the MCR-106 SCRs on the Lamp Driver module, the name of the lamp it drives,
the MC14514 decoder IC associated with the SCR along with the BINARY input signals (AD0, AD1, AD2, AD3) and output pin,
the CD4050 driver IC associated with the SCR along with the input and output pins,
and the name of the 2K Ohm resistor (red/black/red) connected to the decoder output.

MCR-106
SCR
Lamp MC14514
Decoder
CD4050
Driver*
2K Ohm
Resistor
Q1 "F" Target U1, 1000/18 U5, 14/15 R6
Q2 Not Used U1, 1001/17 U5, 11/12 R5
Q3 Shoot Again U1, 1010/20 U5, 9/10 R4
Q8 Spinner 1 Bottom U1, 0011/8 U5, 3/2 R16
Q9 Spinner 5 Top U1, 0100/7 U5, 5/4 R17
Q10 Not Used U1, 0101/6 U5, 7/6 R18
Q15 High Game To Date U2, 1100/14 U6, 14/15 R19
Q16 Ball In Play U1, 1100/14 U6, 11/12 R20
Q17 Not Used U2, 1001/17 U6, 9/10 R21
Q22 5X U2, 0101/6 U6, 3/2 R31
Q23 Match U2, 1010/20 U6, 5/4 R32
Q24 "E" Target U2, 1000/18 U6, 7/6 R33
    
MCR-106
SCR
Lamp MC14514
Decoder
CD4050
Driver*
2K Ohm
Resistor
Q33 Game Over U3, 1100/14 U7, 14/15 R34
Q34 Not Used U2, 0100/7 U7, 9/10 R35
Q35 Spinner 2 U2, 0011/8 U7, 11/12 R36
Q40 SPSA U3, 1001/17 U7, 3/2 R46
Q41 "B" Target U3, 1001/17 U7, 7/6 R48
Q42 "D" Target U3, 1000/18 U7, 5/4 R47
Q47 Tilt U4, 1100/14 U8, 14/15 R49
Q48 Dragon's Den Ex Ball U3, 0100/7 U8, 9/10 R51
Q49 Spinner 3 U3, 0011/8 U8, 11/12 R52
Q54 Spinner 4 U4, 0011/8 U8, 3/2 R58
Q55 Dragon's Den 5000 U4, 0100/7 U8, 5/4 R59
Q56 "C" Target U4, 1000/18 U8, 7/6 R60

*NOTE*
The AS-2518-23 Lamp Driver Module does not use the CD4050 hex driver chips
so ignore that column if that's the style of lamp driver you have.


NOTES
I got all this information from the schematics and pretty much copied it verbatim.

If you notice any mistakes (I'm only human), please let me know and I'll fix it up.

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