It looks like they stopped making it but the PS4+ Fighting Board w/Audio by Brook is a direct replacement, it will require adhesive PCB feet to attach to the case. It is available from Focus Attack.
The AT-110 crimps are used for attaching wires to the Sanwa buttons. You can use wire leads with the connectors attached or just purchase the crimps to attach to your own wires. On the green terminal blocks, you turn the silver screw counter clockwise to loosen the block, insert the stripped wire, and then turn the screw clockwise to tighten the wire in place. Make sure to test it by giving a light pull (very little force, just make sure it won't fall out on its own)
That is fantastic, glad to see the design worked out well!
I may have, I just caught up on a few emails recently but il reply here as well.As far as the case, it is $90 shipped continental US, or $104 if you would like the abrasive resistant coating on the clear acrylic piece (not necessary but it may help, probably won't notice much of a difference though)I can also add/remove holes or otherwise tweak the layout a bit as well. -Thomas Carroll
The base price for the acrylic frame (available in different colors) is $90 shipped continental US. You can also get the abrasive resistant coating on the top clear acrylic for an extra $14. Also some other options such as customization are available.
I can do the part cutting for you. Send me a PM with your email and Il send you the pricing. It's pretty much material cost + $20 + shipping.
The buttons can be found at adafruit for $10 https://www.adafruit.com/products/1187The board seems to be getting an update from Paradise arcade but the new PS3/PS4 board from Brook will also work as a direct replacement and you no longer need the Neutrik USB connector as it comes with one. It also comes with sticky standoff feet to attach directly onto the controller frame.https://www.focusattack.com/brook-ps4-fighting-boa...
Yeah, the parts definitely take a while to arrive, they are all ordered from the factory direct first so there can be backorders on the lesser used parts. The decals are also quite difficult as they always want to curl up.Do you have any pics of the finished project?
There aren't too many options, it seems like the breakout board is no longer being produced so the main options are to solder the leads direct or to use the new PS4 board Brook is coming out with (the one you pre-ordered) which conveniently will fit in the USB hole.
1/8 inch or 3.175mm. 3mm will also work if that's all you can find.
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