Diagram Trackball

Installing the trackball as far away from the monitor as possible will prevent players hands from hitting the monitor glass when rolling the trackball forward.

LEFT RIGHT BUTTON BUTTON

START BUTTON

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CONTROL PANEL LAYOUT

(TRACKBALL MUST 8E CENTERED ON THE CONTROL PANEL)

Trackball. Preparation

When moking the hole for the trackball, follow the instructions, starting on the right, for the type of control panel you will be using.

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When installing the trackball, make sure the trackball is in the right orientation. (Refer to picture below.)

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Trackball Orientation Diagram

Diagram Trackball

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The supplied trackball comes equipped with a grounding cable. This cable must be connected to field ground to protect the trackball P.C. boards from becoming damaged by electro-static discharge.

To mount trackball to a metal control panel use TRACKBALL MOUNTING TEMPLATE

Fill any existing holes in the metal control panel.

Place and secure TEMPLATE your control panel in the desired location.

NOTE: The trackball should be as far away from the monitor as possible.

Carefully drill the holes for the ball and the mounting bolts using the template as a guide. Remove template and file down any rough edges.

See THE GRAPHICS OVERLAY section on page 6 on how to install the graphics.

Mount trackball under the metal control panel using the four carriage bolts.

NOTE: Be sure the trackball is mounted as shown in the diagram on page 4.

NOTE: Do not over-tighten the trackball. It will warp and cause the trackball to not operate correctly.

NOTE: The supplied metal plate is not needed with metal control panels. NOTE: Be sure to mount the trackball so as much of the ball is exposed as possible.

Securely fasten the trackball grounding wires to Field Ground in your cabinet. This step is important in reducing static buildup and discharge caused by the trackball. If using Plexiglas on your control panel, it is highly recommended that a 3-1/2" hole be cut in the Plexiglas for the trackball. This allows for players to use the full height of the trackball. Carefully file and smooth the edges of the hole in the Plexiglas so players do not cut their hands when playing.

Tc mount trackball to a wooden control panel with routing capability use TRACKBALL MOUNTING TEMPLATE #2

To mount trackball to a wooden control panel without routing capability use TRACKBALL MOUNTING TEMPLATE #3

1. Fill any existing holes in the wooden control panel.

2. Place and secure TEMPLATE #2\o your control panel in the desired location, NOTE: The trackball should be as far away from the monitor as possible.

3. Carefully cut the hole for the trackball in the shape indicated on the template.

4. Drill the mounting holes indicated.

5. Next route out the shaded area indicated on TEMPLATE#2,1/16" deep. Use a 1/2" Rabbiting Bit for best results. This is so the supplied metal plate will be flush with the control panel surface.

6. Remove template and file down any rough edges.

7. See THE GRAPHICS OVERLAY section on page 6 on how to install the graphics.

8. Mount trackball to the metal plate using the four carriage bolts supplied. Then mount the metal plate to the wooden control panel.

NOTE: Be sure the trackball is mounted as shown in the diagram on page 4.

NOTE: Do not over-tighten the trackball. It will warp and cause the trackball to not operate correctly.

NOTE: Be sure to mount the trackball so as much of the ball is exposed as possible.

9. Securely fasten the trackball grounding wires to Field Ground in your cabinet. This step is important in reducing static buildup and discharge caused by the trackball.

10. If using Plexiglas on your control panel, it is highly recommended that a 3-1/2" hole be cut in the Plexiglas for the trackball. This allows for players to use the full height of the trackball. Carefully file and smooth the edges of the hole in the Plexiglas so players do not cut their hands when playing.

1. Fill any existing holes in the wooden control panel.

2. Place and secure TEMPLATE#3to your control panel in the desired location. NOTE: The trackball should be as far away from the monitor as possible.

3. Carefully cut the hole for the trackball in the shape indicated on the template. The trackball should fit the hole shape exactly.

4. Drill the mounting holes as indicated.

5. Remove template and file down any rough edges.

6. Using the TRACKBALL ORIENT A TTON TEMPLATE, cut a 3" hole in the Plexiglas overlay to fit over the trackball. Be sure to include holes for the buttons, and all of the mounting bolts.

7. See THE GRAPHICS OVERLAY section on page 6 on how to install the graphics.

8. Insert the trackball into the newly cut hole. Place Plexiglas overlay on top of the control panel. Place the supplied metal plate under the trackball and use the carriage bolts to secure it to the control panel. The metal plate below and the Plexiglas above will secure the trackball assembly into position. NOTE: Be sure the trackball is mounted as shown in the diagram on page 4.

NOTE: Do not over-tighten the trackball. It will warp and cause the trackball to not operate correctly.

NOTE: Be sure to mount the trackball so as much of the ball is exposed as possible.

9. Securely fasten the trackball grounding wires to Field Ground in your cabinet. This step is important in reducing static buildup and discharge caused by the trackball.

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