The teal wires represent all the control signals that come out of PCB’s so that should come out to 30 wires going into the terminal with 2 wires per socket as they share the same signal and 15 wires coming out of the same terminal at the opposite end. As well the 2 PCB grounds will go into one socket and the 3 stick and button ground wires will go into the connecting socket. (This is correct right?)
I know it should say 3.3v not 5v.
A few more questions.
Since the Cthulhu and the 360 controller are hooked up through power, if I ever wanted to connect the controllers simultaneously to a 360 and PS3 can i just plug in the usb into the PS3 from the Cthulhu and that would be enough to power the 360 board as well (after removing the battery)?
I am trying to make this project as solder free as possible (the reason behind using screw terminals and not soldering directly to the Cthulhu board), when connecting the power can I just solder the power line from the wireless controller and put it in the screw terminal on the Cthulhu board labeled VCC? Ground as well?
3)I know where to solder on the wireless controller for power but for connecting the ground between PCB’s, do I just solder the wire to ground on the “Y” button and connect that to the Cthulhu board? http://www.slagcoin.com/joystick/pcb_diagrams/360_diagram7.jpg