This circuit board has a total of 16 easy to wire inputs (4 directions and 12 buttons) and connects to an USB port, implementing a standard USB HID joystick.
16 inputs: 4 Directional, 12 Buttons.
HID USB interface. Works as-is without installing special drivers on most platforms. (Linux, WinXP, Win7 32 and 64 bit).
On-board standard USB Type B connector. (cable not included)
Through-hole solder points for easy wire installation.
Widely spaced solder points helps prevent accidental bridging while soldering.
Dedicated GND signal for each button for easier wiring. No need to connect
all common wires together.
Double layer PCB, 101.6mm X 54.86mm (4" x 2.160"). 4.5mm (0.177") diameter mounting holes.
On-boad activity LED
Arcade style controller box, or integration in a PC-based arcade cabinet.
Simple joystick adapters (1 wire per button) to USB. Ex: neo-Geo, Atari...
With supporting software on the PC side, button inputs can serve other purposes
than game control. The inputs can be connected to switches, limit-switch, alarm sensors. In any
case, using a dedicated board such as this one is cleaner than modifying an off the shelf
USB game controller.
USB_Game16: 4 directions + 12 buttons to USB circuit
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