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Poster: TMO Gaming  (see this users gallery)
· Date: 12/28/2007 · Views: 31358 ·
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Keywords: Diagram for hooking up 2 PCBs in one stick
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SubstatiK

Registered: February 2009
Location: sb county
Posts: 1
2/24/2009 1:18am

is it necessary to hook up the 5v and 3.3v?
Vokkan

Registered: March 2009
Posts: 1
5/21/2009 5:07pm

I believe the unplugged PCB will drain the voltage otherwise.
sherlasl61

Registered: February 2013
Location: natural
Posts: 11
3/23/2013 10:43pm Rating: 10.00 

For if he like a madman lived, At least he like a wise one died.
TheodoreStroud

Registered: June 2015
Posts: 1
6/19/2015 6:02am

I tried to design a joystick using the diagram above. Finally I made one but it didn't work well. One more is that the custom essay reviews college best did the required work for me.
MarkStone

Registered: September 2017
Posts: 1
9/7/2017 7:36am Rating: 6.00 

The straightforward objective in wiring is to have the grounds and flags of every gadget connected to the ground and wanted comparing signals on the PCB. Every gadget has switches; do my assignment for me when the switch is locked in, a circuit between the ground and flag should finish and send the flag from the PCB through a string or remote to the PC or support. Wires and connectors, patch, as well as bending, are utilized to interface the gadgets to the PCB.



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