I ordered a china wireless Playstation 2 Controller with receiver and took the case of the receiver for uwrc RX
Some cutting and dremel at the UWRC Receiver (forgive me micro)
more cutting and rewiring
ready to go
I got some rare NOS TurboGrafx in 50Hz PAL Version.
a) Speedup and change it to 60Hz
-Exchange Osscilator X201 to 21.47727Mhz
-cut Pcz80 Pin 15
-Solder wire from Pad pin 15 to Pin 22
b) RGB bypass for best picture
I took the RGB Signal from C154 to C156 after removing the Kerkos. The wires leads directly to the Hu6260 RGB-Out
using the rgbbypass PCB
yellow wire to desoldered PIN 44 from HU6260 (C-SYNC)
I am using an old “french” pinput from the 90’th. So I have to reroute some cirquits
Cut 5 Din Via circuits and wire as shown here
red audio 2 (right), white Audio 6 left, grey 5V
yellow desoldered Pin 44 from Hudson 6260 CSYNC
exchange C137 and C133 to 4,7uf/16V
d) jap/eng switch
you need to switch 8 wires (15,16,17,19,20,21,22,23). I done it with two analog switches MC14551BCP
I used my IFU-30 Unit, so there was no need to remove the RF Unit. As I didn’t wanted some wires to the left or right side.
I put all needed connections to the rear side. Power, RGB-Out, Audio Out.
I opened the RF-box removed the orignal switch and replaced it with UWRC switch.
ground to one side and the other side of the switch to the uwrc board
thanks again to micro, for his great Idea how to make the UWRC plugable, by removing the filters.
green wire uwrc controll switch, red and black to the signal led combo I created at the upper side
blue “bigger” wires to the 7805 replacement for swiching the pce off/on
a red 5mm led and a green 5mm led dremel work and to the ventilation grid
no more heat -> replacement of the 7805
Great feature, you can power off and on the PC-Engine via holding select and Run for around 1sec. Ideal for users of everdrives. Hope this feature will find his place in all new internal receivers from micro
thanks to arcadeTV we have a optimized Version with THS 3714 for NeoGeo AES
-cut left side of the three 6,8k resistors for input rgb input of ths amplifier
-cut the left side of the three 75 ohm resistors for output to the din 8.1
-cut BF for sync output to the din 8.1
the perfect voltage divider values for bypass PCB :
@ AES 3-5 Mainboard Pin 3 Comp Video and Pin 7 C-Sync are the same on both you will get Comp. Video.
After the modification its is neogeo conform Pin3 comp. Video and Pin 7 C-Sync comming from the THS RGB Bypass PCB
For some help of solder side
out of the 90th this Capcom Fighter Stick was a great peace of its time. I used the rarely MD Version, because I love white more as black.
Branded to capcom, nice, never seen something like this before
But its time to desolder the original Capcom heart. So we didn’t get any interfear
position of uwrc tx board
changing of charging resistor to 5,11k -> around 200mA current for the big one 3000mAH Lipo, hope not to recharge it in a lifetime
preparing of usb port/led
thanks to micro I got a TX for a great controller the neogeo CD Controller in the PS2 Version called NEOGEO PAD 2 Controller.
removing the original controller
some dremel work
wiring of uwrc
I used a 200mAh Lipo and changed the loading current to 50mA via changing loading R from 10k to 20k
loading led, usb port, lipo
I used a old revision (rev1) of micros neogeo Receiver and put it inside of the A2600 6 swich.
I was modified before with A2600RGB from tim worthington and I used some more switches like select, reset from the Atari and extra button from tim worthingstons 2600RGB PCB
Button A = normal FireButton 1 of Atari (Pin 6)
Button B = Firebutton 2 (Pin 9)
Select = Extra Button A2600RGB PCB
Start = Start of Atari 2600
Button C= Select of Atari 2600
Button D = Palette switch A2600RGB PCB
All normal Controllers will work after mod too. Like paddle, racing, joystick.
(diodes, needed to make special functions from A2600RGB working, R=10k as pullup)
RX Led to show it though the power switch hole upperside red led down side gn led