here's the promised pin mapping for connecting external game controller pcb. Dual Strike PCB support so far natively PC and PS3. Of course it's possible to support other consoles like Dreamcast, PS2 or even xbox360 (and all others). Just use the simple dual mod connector.
The mapping here is standard TE Layout. Just connect LK to xbox360 button "A", MK to "B", LP to "X", MP to "Y", ...
Notation in brackets is notation on PCB. Use this table for connecting the screw terminaly, too.
|Pin No.||Bemu Slang||xbox360||Ps1, PS2|
|Pin 1||High Punch (HP)||RB||R1|
|Pin 2||5V||red wire USB|
|Pin 3||up (up)|
|Pin 4||down (dw)|
|Pin 5||left (lf)|
|Pin 6||right (rg)|
|Pin 7||Low Punch (LP)||X||Square|
|Pin 8||Low Kick (LK)||A||Cross|
|Pin 9||Medium Punch (MP)||Y||Triangle|
|Pin 10||Medium Kick (MK)||B||Circle|
|Pin 13||D-||USB white wire||nc|
|Pin 14||High Kick (HK)||RT||R2|
|Pin 15||D+||USB green wire|
|Pin 16||GND||USB black wire|
|Pin 17||Fourth Punch (4P)||LB||L1|
|Pin 18||Fourth Kick (4K)||LT||L2|
sorry for this gap, but this blog form sucks...
Good job !
did you succeed in finding a solution for your dual strike PS3 home button ?!
No, not yet. My first tries ended again in not recognized USB device. But, I'll give it a second chance.. sad but true...
okay, i'm still working on it,
i'll keep you informed if i got something new about this
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