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Click here for Alberici Tester and Serial Programming Interface

You can now program all your older coin mechs yourself! No more worries about machine down time, as we bring you a programmer which can program ALL older ME's, MS's (mars), Coin/money controls, NRI's, and Mars Cashflow coin mechanisms!

DIY Coin Mech

Our NEW Programmers enable service personnel to re-calibrate a wide range of over 50 models of coin mechanisms to accept new coinsets. Connected to a PC or laptop it is highly portable, easy to use and low cost.
Designed for use by unskilled personnel on site or in the workshop, it programmes coin mechanisms in minutes to put you in full control of your changeover. No more reprogramming mech charges!
*Portable for field or workshop use.
*Factory standard programming.
*Simple and quick to use 'Windows' based programme.
*Low cost.
*Programme one or thousands
The New '3'
The New 3 Programmer (All coin mechanisms)

Limited (credit based)

Programs all ME, MS, NRI, Money/Coin control and Cashflow mechanisms. Mechs include:-
Mars - ME111, ME115, ME115TS, ME126, ME129, MS111B1, MS111, MS125, MS126, MS127, MS110, MS1000, MS1600, MS1900, ME1099, MS1400, MS130B1, MS180, ME181, ME112, MS150, MS15, MS16, MS25, MS140, MS160, MS10, MS13, MS12 - Money/Coin Control - C120, C220, C220A, Sentinel, C220B, C335, C335S, C435, C435A, C420, C450, C455 - NRI - G13-0000 Acceptor, G13-1000 Acceptor, G13-6000 Acceptor, G13-7000 Acceptor, G13-0000 Totaliser, G13-1000 Totaliser, G13-6000 Totaliser, G13-7000 Totaliser, G10-4000, G10-4000/2, G10-4000/5, G10-4000/6, G10-4000/9, G26 (G10-4000 validator), G26 (G10-4000/5 validator), G18-0000, G18-3000, G40-various, Cashflow - CF115, CF126, CF129, CF330, CF340, CF560.
Test Kit & Interface for Alberici 793-600-01
New Model: Now combined the new Alberici tester includes serial interface and selector jumper to program Alberici standard and CCTALK mechanisms.
Interface assembly RS232793-303-0
RS232 interface assembly for real time, bi-directional, communications to the Alberici coin validators.
Coin mech stand. 793-400-0
Coin Mech stand can be used with 3.5' bottom and side reject coin validators from Alberici, NRI, Azkoyen and Money Controls.
CCTalk to USB Interface. Standard USB connector to connect PC architecture to CCTalk devices. Coin Validators, Hopper and Note Validators.Can also be used to program and test AL55 and AL55 coin selectors.
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UPDATE: Problem was solved. The coin mech inside was actually make for.900' diameter coins, quarters are.955'. The reject buttons on the outside of the machine said 25 cents, so I assumed. After taking the mech out, '.900' is written right on the side of it. I have a.900' token and it did. The bottom shelf, if it interferes with the coin slot, you can cut it. Mine was level with the viewing hole so I had to cut a small hole in one of them (will be easier to view in a later step) for the coin to go through the hole into the collection box (next step).

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UPDATE: Problem was solved. The coin mech inside was actually make for .900' diameter coins, quarters are .955'. The reject buttons on the outside of the machine said 25 cents, so I assumed. After taking the mech out, '.900' is written right on the side of it. I have a .900' token and it did work. Lesson learned!
The response I had on my first issue (monitor related) was very helpful! Hoping I can get another bit of advice. I have a couple issues with my coin slot assembly. Both are probably easy fixes, but obviously this is new to me..
1) Burnt out lights - The LEDs are definitely burnt out. Where can I get replacements? I've heard has them but I'm not quite finding something that looks like mine. Picture of the bulb and housing attached....this seems like a bulb that I could find at a hardware store but I don't know the required size/specs. FYI, this will be in an Coin Acceptors Inc. assembly. Seems they were bought by Happ? Picture of the assembly also attached, as mentioned in issue 2.
2) Stuck Coins - Quarters are getting stuck. There's a picture below where they're getting stuck. The blue line is the path the coin takes once inserted, the red circle is where the coin is stuck. It seems they're stuck on the brass lever...the coin reject button works just fine and I know the end mechanism (switch?) that adds the credit works, I just can't figure out how to get it to accept a coin. The front door does say 25C on it as well, so it seems it should be set for US quarters.
Any help is appreciated.