Hello everyone. I recently purchased a Brook wireless board for an arcade that i was building but have some issues that i was hoping you could help me with. As a nintendo switch and playstation user i would like to be able to play most of the games with the arcade board panel (because why not especially some nice arcade type games like Skyforce side to side with my wife) but i didn’t implement analogue sticks and now it’s too late as i have built everything (laser cut the panel , applied graphic art ,etc) then i saw that i could combo switch the joystick behavior to LS mode but after various tries i gave up.Reading various threads i saw that a lot of people have this issue and they switch to a 3 way rocker switch. As i am not quite acquainted with electronic work please bear with me. So from the manual i see that in my presoldered board there are 4 pins ( written LS DP RS) , so i suppose i need a 4 pin cable ( 3 for the modes + 1 grounding) and a 3 position switch. All the 3 position switches that i see they have 6 pins. Is it the correct one ? From the original aracde1up i have a 3 way switch that was used for the volume with 6 pins . Can i use this along with a 4pin button harness that i have ? How exactly should i plug the cables (attach a photo with the cable/switch https://imgur.com/mDsdYJw and the manual https://imgur.com/braG44O ) . Moreover i would like to implement a small light led to use as an indicator to when the pcb is working or not. In the manual i’m seeing that in the J2 position 5 pins with (VCC P1 P2 P3 P4) . Is it ok if i connect it to a led button positive pole to vcc and negative to P1? P1 stand for player 1 ? What the purpose of the other P2 P3 P4 if for each player im using a different board ? Or does it stands for each console mode (ps4/switch,etc) and i need to connect all the cables so i can see the status of each one (in the same manual its getting used 1P AND not P1 to define each system) .Thanx a lot !
P.S. From some other schematics i saw that for the led bulb i need is a 5pin connector JST 22 AWG right ? This one is composed by 5 wires 4 will go to each of the positive terminal of each led bulb and the 5th wire will go to the negative pole terminal of each led bulb connecting all of them like a grounding correct (if i understand correct is called daisy chain) ? As for the switch i would need a 4 pin connector JST 22 AWG and made the same so 3 wires in each terminal of the switch + 3 ground to the other 3 terminals left. Well i can try to see what happens hehe .
in alternative is it ok this 5pin connector for the bulbs https://focusattack.com/187-to-5-pin-conversion-harness/ and this one 4 pin connector for the switch https://focusattack.com/4-pin-l3-r3-touchpad-button-harness-for-brook-universal-fighting-board/ ?
P.S.2 i noticed that the pins for the LsRsDp are bigger thsn the one on the sides. I have by the way the Brook wireless version with presoldered headers.