PCB with connectors that allows you to create custom controllers utilizing a PS3 controller's hardware (OEM controllers only)Designed by freneticamnesic, Ships from United States of America
What is it? This is a small PCB that allows you to create custom fight sticks or similar builds using a Sony PlayStation 3 controller - it replaces the button functionality of the controller but re...Read More…
This is a small PCB that allows you to create custom fight sticks or similar builds using a Sony PlayStation 3 controller - it replaces the button functionality of the controller but retains the thumb sticks and gyroscope. This is often not used in fight stick builds but it opens up possibilities for other projects. It connects to the flat ribbon connector on the main PCB of the PS3 controller (meaning you'll need to sacrifice a PS3 controller - as far as I know only OEM controllers have this connector!!!)
Your order will come with a 4 inch flat ribbon cable (second picture) that connects the Axisdapter to your PS3 controller PCB!
I needed a controller for a virtual pinball machine I was building. A lot of people were building custom fight sticks using PS3 controllers in various ways and the Axisdapter design seemed to be the most accessible and cleanest method. The previous available adapters were no longer for sale anywhere so I made a small run of an original design, one for my personal use and the rest are offered for sale.
It's really simple and allows anyone to design a fight stick with plug and play functionality easily and quickly.
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