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<strong>GSA</strong> <strong>SAS</strong> <strong>6.02</strong> <strong>Interoperability</strong> <strong>Requirements</strong>, Operator Checklist, Rev. B39355 California Street, Suite 307 Fremont, CA 94538Tel: 510.744.4007 Fax: 510.608.5917 www.gamingstandards.com<strong>GSA</strong> <strong>SAS</strong> <strong>6.02</strong> <strong>Interoperability</strong> <strong>Requirements</strong>Operator ChecklistRev. B, May 31, 2006SECTION 1 MINIMUM REQUIRED ACCOUNTING AND SECURITY_____ 1.1 Required General Exception Reporting (Basic activity reported by a gaming machine,including memory errors, menu access and handpay lockups.)_____ 1.2_____ 1.3_____ 1.4Required Hardware Status and Tilt Reporting (Events reported if the hardware orcondition that would cause the exception exists, can be detected, and/or can occur on aparticular gaming machine, including various door events and tilts.)Required Information and Control Long PollsRequired Basic Metering (Basic functionality to report gaming machine configuration,and general accounting such as money in/out and game play activity.)SECTION 2 ADVANCED ACCOUNTING_____ 2.1 Multi-game Accounting (<strong>Gaming</strong> machines that support player selectable paytablesmust support multi-game accounting. <strong>Gaming</strong> machines that do not support playerselectable paytables may optionally support multi-game accounting, for consistency.)_____ 2.2 Multi-denom Accounting (<strong>Gaming</strong> machines that support player selectabledenomination must support multi-denom accounting. <strong>Gaming</strong> machines that do notsupport player selectable denomination may optionally support multi-denom accounting,for consistency.)_____ 2.3_____ 2.4Wager Category Support (<strong>Gaming</strong> machines in Nevada with any individual paytablewhere the minimum to maximum theoretical percentage exceeds 4 percent must supportthese extensions. Other jurisdictions with similar requirements may also require theseextensions.)Bill Hopper Meters (<strong>Gaming</strong> machines equipped with bill hoppers, bill recyclers or otherforms of bill dispensers must support these meters.)SECTION 3 TICKETING_____ 3.1 Standard Validation_____ 3.2_____ 3.3Secure Enhanced ValidationSystem Validation (Ticket validation allows a gaming machine to support Ticket Inand/or Ticket Out. Please consult with your system provider to determine the appropriatemethod.)SECTION 4 REAL TIME EVENTS_____ 4.1 Real Time Events (Real Time Event mode is used by bonusing controllers and someother systems. Please consult with your system provider to determine if this functionalityis required.)Document ID: gsa-p0013.006.00 Released: 8/9/2006 Page 1


<strong>GSA</strong> <strong>SAS</strong> <strong>6.02</strong> <strong>Interoperability</strong> <strong>Requirements</strong>, Operator Checklist, Rev. B39355 California Street, Suite 307 Fremont, CA 94538Tel: 510.744.4007 Fax: 510.608.5917 www.gamingstandards.comSECTION 5 PROGRESSIVES_____ 5.1 Non-<strong>SAS</strong> Progressives (<strong>Gaming</strong> machines that provide progressive capability, standalone,link progressive, or other controller, must support basic progressive reporting.)_____ 5.2<strong>SAS</strong>-Controlled Progressives (<strong>Gaming</strong> machines must support an extended level ofprogressive functionality to allow the <strong>SAS</strong> host to be the progressive controller.)SECTION 6 SYSTEM BONUSING_____ 6.1AFT Bonusing_____ 6.2Legacy Bonusing (System bonusing allows the <strong>SAS</strong> system to award credits to theplayer in addition to normal game win. Please consult with your system provider todetermine the appropriate method to support.)SECTION 7 CASHLESS_____ 7.1Advanced Funds Transfer – In-house Transfers_____ 7.2_____ 7.3Custom Ticket Extensions (AFT allows the system to move money on and off thegaming machine to support promotions, in-house player accounts and debit withdrawalsfrom the player’s bank account. Please consult with your system provider to determinethe required level of support.)Advanced Funds Transfer – Debit TransfersSECTION 8 TOURNAMENT SUPPORT_____ 8.1 <strong>SAS</strong>-Controlled Tournaments (This functionality is only required if the <strong>SAS</strong> systemneeds to control tournament play on the gaming machine.)SECTION 9 AUTHENTICATION_____ 9.1 Component Authentication Protocol (This functionality is used to performsophisticated remote authentication of gaming machine components. Please consult yourlocal jurisdiction or system provider for details.)Document ID: gsa-p0013.006.00 Released: 8/9/2006 Page 2


<strong>GSA</strong> <strong>SAS</strong> <strong>6.02</strong> <strong>Interoperability</strong> <strong>Requirements</strong>, Operator Checklist, Rev. B39355 California Street, Suite 307 Fremont, CA 94538Tel: 510.744.4007 Fax: 510.608.5917 www.gamingstandards.comSECTION 10 MISCELLANEOUS AND LEGACY SUPPORT_____ 10.1 Miscellaneous <strong>Gaming</strong> machine Control (Please list any specific support required fromthis section.)_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 10.2 Miscellaneous Legacy <strong>SAS</strong> Support (Please list any specific support required from thissection. Please note that Section 10.2 contains legacy methods of functionality that maynot be recommended for new designs.)_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 10.3 Legacy Meter Support (Please list any specific support required from this section.Please note that Section 10.3 contains legacy methods of functionality that may not berecommended for new designs.)________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Document ID: gsa-p0013.006.00 Released: 8/9/2006 Page 3

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