Discontinued - may be able to use AE-26-1200 (with diode) as replacement- see Fitment Note below for details.
Coil - AO-26-1200 (Bally):|
Status: Out of Stock - Discontinued more info...
Part #: AO-26-1200
Common general-purpose coil used on many devices in early Bally solid-state games 1977-1985. Measures 1-1/2-inch overall length. Replaces Bally # AN-26-1200, AP-26-1200, AR-26-1200, and Midway # A360-00044-0000 and A360-00046-0000.
Includes coil sleeve and diode across solder lugs.
FITMENT NOTE: Overall length of this coil is 1-1/2 inches. If the mounting bracket that holds your coil is adjustable and will fit a 1-9/16 inch long coil (1/16 inch longer than this one), you can use AE-26-1200 instead. AE-26-1200 will require addition of a 1N4004 diode across the solder lugs for correct operation. AE-26-1200 will not fit if your coil bracket is not adjustable and will hold only a shorter AO-26-1200 coil. If this is the case, your only option may be to modify your mechanism to allow a longer AE-26-1200 coil.
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Used In The Following Games:
BALLY: Beat the Clock, Black Jack, Black Pyramid, BMX, Centaur, Centaur II, Cybernaut, Dolly Parton, Eight Ball, Eight Ball Champ, Eight Ball Deluxe, Elektra, Embryon, Evel Knievel, Fathom, Fireball Classic, Fireball II, Flash Gordon, Frontier, Future Spa, Gold Ball, Grand Slam (1983), Harlem Globetrotters, Hotdoggin', Kings of Steel, KISS, Lost World, Mata Hari, Medusa, Mr. & Mrs. Pac-Man, Mystic, Night Rider, Nitro Ground Shaker, Paragon, Playboy, Power Play, Rolling Stones, Silverball Mania, Six Million Dollar Man, Skateball, Space Invaders, Speakeasy, Speakeasy 4, Spectrum, Spy Hunter, Star Trek, Supersonic, Vector, Viking, Voltan, Xenon, X's and O's.