Freeplay CM3 Slim with shoulder button upgrades
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(03-10-2019, 08:39 AM)Porcinus Wrote: I disassembled PS Vita 1000 and PS Vita 2000 joystick and found some "weird" thinks:

PS Vita 1000: Use hall effect sensors with a ferromagnetic ring at each axis pivots, this hall effect sensor have a detection range of around 1mm, the joystick also embed a chip that convert hall effect sensor to analog. The only think that can wear out is the magnet itself, it will loss its "power" with naturally with time, the funny thing about this is that the joystick will work until the hall effect sensors can no more detect the magnets. I understand the cost of these devices now.

PS Vita 2000: use carbon pad with a copper pin running on it, it is a pure analog device. It is really a mechanical wear, these devices are really cheap to manufacture.

You are really getting into it Smile I just mush things together and see what works, and you seem to actually be doing it the right way. Oh I see that I misunderstood PSP 1000 and the PS Vita sticks. No I didn’t see any issues like that with my Vita sticks either though. They just worked (after troubleshooting a bad connection in 1 for waaaay too long)
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RE: Freeplay CM3 Slim with shoulder button upgrades - by Hipcat - 03-10-2019, 03:42 PM

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