Jake, post: 1473231 wrote:
Really hope this works out cause I just borrowed a flash and it is simply a million times better than a switch based JLF. Flash on an octagonal gate registers properly unlike (for me at least) an octagonal gate on a switch PCB. The octagonal gate then gives the natural circular movement which makes the stick feel 100x better than square to me.
I can do things like half circle x 2 supers off of stand shorts in cvs2 and do 10+ pretzel raging storms in a row without screwing up, that's all I ask for really, a stick that as long as I did the motion right and fast enough, registers properly. Absolutely no way I can do the same on my old switch based square gate jlf.
Make it work! Cause I can't hold on to this flash forever .
Taiki, post: 1473239 wrote:
Mikei, post: 1473248 wrote:
Honestly when do you think you'll get these up and ready for sale? Because you've hit the goldmine, I'll take 3 outright once you start selling them.
Toodles, post: 1473241 wrote:
Input voltage: 5v < x < 15v. Doesnt do what we need it to do. We need to kick up low PSX voltage of 3.x up to 5v.
Taiki, post: 1473251 wrote:
Why not drop the voltage going to the rumble motors?
laurie47, post: 1473253 wrote:
has a price been confirmed or suggested?
Dummy Account, post: 1473252 wrote:
One thing, will I be able to use the HRAP PCB?
Toodles, post: 1473249 wrote:
If I can go without the plastic housing, then this could be done soon. My only worry is that it wont feel 'professional' or worth their money without the housing. At this point, if I'm right about the IC + socket being solid enough, then the housing would be purely cosmetic. Look at this side-by-side:
Which one in your gut feels more valuable? My gut says the left, even though my brain knows the one on the right has a DC-DC converter on it, and is functionaly identical in every other way.
Toodles, post: 1473255 wrote:
Too unreliable; the voltage from the center pin is the only one I can count on being there, since the rumble voltage has its own set of fuses, and may not be given power by a converter. The center pin HAS to be there.
Anyone that wants to wire it up from the other voltage pin can certainly do so, and would require nothing more than a few diodes in series to drop the voltage. I want a single pin on the flash that can properly handle either 5v or 3.x volts. No worries, the max chips Im testing (731/751) seem to do the trick nicely.
Toodles, post: 1473266 wrote:
I got an order of 5 pins and 3 pins hopefully coming soon from Per. Im still trying to hunt down a distributor that can tackle all of the JST parts I need for a 1k run at once, but so far no-go. If the parts from Per look good, Ill just get the whole shebang through him.
Shortboi, post: 1473270 wrote:
def. in for atleast one when they are done...