Leisure & Allied (Hankin) Upright Cabinet Pinouts
In Australia, Leisure and Allied Industries is the largest supplier/operator of coin-operated games. For convenience (well, for somebody's convenience 8-), they have instituted a set of local standards. This page details the pin configuration for upright cabinets serviced/supplied by this company. If you're collecting in Australia, it's not a bad idea to rewire one or all of your cabinets to this standard, because most of the wiring harnesses you will come by will be for this pinout. I know, it's a pain rewiring cabinets, but you only have to do it once. Note that the connector is not keyed! I use a felt-tip pen to indicate the "ground side" of my harness finger-boards and cabinet sockets.
The "Dest" column is an internal wiring convention, for standardized wiring of coin doors, power supplies etc. PS=Power Supply, CD=Coin Door, CP=Control Panel, CPE=Control Panel Extension, TV=monitor, and SP=Service Panel (includes loudspeaker and cabinet volume control). The number is a pin number on a Molex connector. I won't go into any further detail on this convention for two reasons; first, I don't know a whole lot more, and second, many cabinets don't adhere to these fine details, and simply have wires running direct from the edge connector to internal components. Just note that the Dest column for pins N & V may be the wrong way around; that is the only known semi-erratum on this page.
Note: Horizontal sync (pin 10) is NC on most cabinets, as they have composite-sync monitors.