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6 Input Patch Game - FX350

6 Input Patch Game - FX350


 
: $120.00

Price with Selected Options: $120.00
Description
Model No: GAMEPATCH6INPUT-FX350

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Availability: Usually ships within 3 days
Product ID: E9000-046


Controller Upgrade:


Board Mounting:


Room Control Integration:
Escape Room Master
Houdini
Clue Control
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** Notice: All of our FX350 games have been obsoleted by our Bad ASS Controller. Please check it out as a far more versatile version of our game controllers. **

Classic Patch Panel Game controller with up to 6 inputs. Each connection must be made properly for the escape game puzzle to be solved. Connections can be made with jumper clips, plugs, 1/4" headphone/guitar jacks, or pretty much any good connection. Based on the FX350, the controller comes preconfigured with the game loaded. Wiring diagrams are provided.

The provided software will test each connection an only trigger the relay output when all 6 inputs are tied to the proper 6 inputs. If you need less than 6 inputs, the user can directly wire the spare input to the output. If the puzzle has more than 6 plug positions, simply wire an additional 'dummy connection' through one of the monitored connections and it will become part of the puzzle.

Be sure to order a power supply and a hook up kit (available soon) for easy installation. Also, depending on where you want to mount the controller, you may also want an enclosure.

This kit will save time and money by providing a turnkey controller with control room monitoring via the Ethernet connection. The puzzle can be remotely reset, solve status monitored, or force solved (let the players think the puzzle was solved in case of error or inability).

Features
  • 6 input/output connections
  • Relay output on solve
  • Based on the FX350 and the FX Framework for customer customization
  • Ethernet connectivity for remote control with software like Escape Room Manager, Cue Control, and Node-Red/MQTT