Evolution of Pinball Machine Reliability
Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss the world of pinball machines and the evolution of pinball machines and the electronics that were used from the early days to the current use of personal computers used for control in the new models of pinball machines.
- How the evolution of pinball electronics have created new reliability issues that were not a problem before
- Pinball machines built in stresses such as low frequency vibration, shocks from the solenoid coils, that can be used for self induced HALT methods.
- New features in electronics are great, such as backing cameras and tire inflation monitors, but they also leads to more ways that automotive systems can fail.
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