X100i Close-upX100i-Overview
X100i Close-upX100i-Overview


USB gaming I/O controller with fast dual banked battery backed memory

The X100i from Heber provides mechanical and API compatibility to Heber’s popular X10i whilst also providing faster dual banked, battery backed RAM. The X100i has been perfectly designed to be added to Pluto T100 or any Windows® or Linux PC system equipped with a USB port. Adaptable to any situation, flexibility is a key factor with X100i. It offers a multitude of I/O and control interfaces to gaming peripherals, such as note acceptors and coin mechanisms. Furthermore, the X100i can easily be integrated into existing X10i installations and is a simple drop-in replacement for upgrading.

X100i has numerous multi-purpose, programmable input sensing, and output control ports, including four that can monitor activity even when the mains power has been removed. It also has eight further lines that can be programmed as inputs or outputs as desired. X100i brings a crucial feature to its host controller with a real time processor, which ensures X100i knows exactly when, and in which order, a sequence occurs.

Safety against game piracy is paramount, which is why each X100i has a unique security key feature and an exclusive electronic serial number. Additionally each processor has a real time clock, with battery backup, which can store crucial data for up to 90 days.

Key features

  • Dual banked, battery backed memory
  • Inputs for switches
  • Open drain outputs for lamps and meters
  • High current outputs
  • Serial I/O: R232, TTL, ccTalk
  • On-board security device
  • Stereo audio amplifier
  • Windows® / Linux / Raspberry Pi® drivers

Buy the new X100i evaluation kit

You can purchase an X100i evaluation kit direct. The X100i evaluation kit comes fully boxed, with an X100i board, USB cable and a Quickstart Guide. Each evaluation kit is priced in sterling at £84.99 + VAT (Free P&P). Once your order is received it will be processed and despatched within 3-4 weeks.



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