I've been waiting for this.. a big step for n64 enthusiasts, Great job Gman.
basically, you need to connect the 3 lines, from the controller to the n64, then all you need to do is connect the button to the corresponding...
This is hot.
If you go with the n64pms by gman, there's a button for the on/off switch.
Otherwise, use a 6 pin ON/OFF switch, line for the 3.3v the other for...
Before connecting the 5v, make sure the voltage regulator is not connected, desolder it or just cut the pins out.
Well i see no reason why choose 7.4v pack over a parallel 3.7v, anyways.
It's not required, Gman's PMS provides everything needed though, other...
Here's a pinout the helped me:
Hope it's any help.
a thing i learned from my last portable was that you need to mind the expansion pack, give it space, and if it's standing up, glue it down with...
for Example, this is Version 04.
Yes, i used the n64pms because it also provides a battery indicator feature which is really nice, and it’s all in one, couldn’t ask for more.
This is actually my second attempt at a portable, my first one failed at the end because of my stupidity, it was a PlayStation
1 portable, I post...
No it's alright, that image was more than enough to let me know what im looking for :D.
I appreciate your help.
is it this?
cause im searching for the one the has a seperate motherboard for the 2 analogs instead of it being all a one...
Looks great! What type of controller did you use? if you got the model's name or something
Nice feature, I look forward to your future posts!
The battery consumption will kinda increase, assuming it's 20mA per led, that's 160mA per hour.
this is a fun project nonetheless.
It looks cool!
how many LEDs did you use specifically?
Made some progress. I finished the battery pack with a 2s3p configuration:
as well as modifying the case a bit more to fit everything...
Welcome to my PlayStation 2 laptop worklog, The reason behind this particular project is because of the PS2 model i have, SCPH-90004, It...
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