The Zero Delay USB PCB Encoder for PS3/PC/Raspberry Pi is one of the simplest and most economical options to use when building an arcade machine or fight stick project and is compatible with Windows, PS3 and Raspberry Pi. Installation is very straight forward - simply connect your joystick and buttons to the included wiring and plug into the PCB, plug the USB cable into your PS3/PC/Laptop or Raspberry Pi, map your buttons in either RetroPi or Mame and that's it! You can also use multiple Zero Delay boards at the same time. When using Mame (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator), each Zero Delay PCB will be recognised as "Joy 1", "Joy 2" etc, so building a multi player arcade machine has never been so easy. The Zero Delay board is supplied with all required wiring and also a USB cable. Customers can choose from 2 different size crimped wires at the time of order. The 2.8mm option is suitable for Japanese style controls, such as Sanwa or Seimitsu and the 4.8mm option is suitable for American style controls, such as IL/Classic or Suzo Happ.
What's Included - 2.8mm option (For Japan Style Controls e.g Sanwa/Seimitsu) 1 x Zero delay encoder PCB (for PS3/PC/Raspberry Pi) 1 x USB cable 1 x JST-XH cable for joystick 8 x 2.8mm wire sets for buttons
What's Included - 4.8mm option (For American Style Controls e.g IL/Classic/Suzo Happ) 1 x Zero delay encoder PCB (for PS3/PC/Raspberry Pi) 1 x USB cable 12 x 4.8mm wire sets for buttons & joystick
1 Player PCB: This zero delay board supports 1 x joystick & up to 16 x buttons. The PCB has 12 button inputs for player one and 4 extra inputs which can be used as start buttons etc... Additional wire sets can be ordered here: Replacement 2 Wire Harness For Zero Delay USB Board
Please Note: The Zero Delay PCB is NOT compatible with Brook Adaptors This PCB works natively on Sony Playstation 3 (No Home button support) Mode button toggles joystick input and left analogue/POV hat switch input (useful for games or emulators that require one or the other) Activate AUTO FIRE or TURBO mode by pressing the desired input buttons and AUTO or TURBO button at the same time. The Mode LED will flash as the auto fire is in use. 12Hz input frequency. To deactivate AUTO FIRE or TURBO, press the input buttons and CLR.
Product Features: * Low Cost Encoder for PS3/PC/Raspberry Pi * Small Form Factor (8.5CM x 3.5cm x 1cm) * Easy to connect joystick and buttons for various arcade projects * Compatible with Windows and Raspberry Pi * Use multiple Zero Delay PCB for a multiplayer arcade machine project * Common ground PCB * Choose from .187" (4.8mm) connectors (Classic/IL or Suzo Happ controls) or .110" (2.8mm) connectors (Sanwa/Seimitsu controls) * No special drivers required * Simple installation - plug and play
1 Player Zero Delay PCB USB Encoder for PS3/PC and Raspberry Pi
Arcade World Uk
Posted by pehr Forsberg on 16th Jan 2019
Zero,Delay works great for a arcade project, and Arcade world is a good company. Fast delivery to Sweden.
Posted by Hilda on 15th Jul 2018
really cheap and easy, and has worked great so far with my raspberry pi. could have come packaged with a few more wires for the buttons, but that'd just be a bonus, still super happy with it!
Posted by Naga_Ten on 4th Mar 2018
Bought this for my first stick since it looked easy enough to install, being pretty much plug-and-play, and it did just that on a pretty good price point.
Just put all the buttons in my box, ran the cables, fit them in the board and done!
Worked on everything i threw at it on PC and PS3 in a 12-button setup (+functions)
Versatile for its price!
Posted by Cubits on 27th Jul 2017
I recently put one of these in a customer's stick, they were on a tight budget and predominantly played on pc.
It worked flawlessly with all of the big titles, and also ended up working for many PS4 fighters, too!
Tekken 7 on the ps4 was a no-go (worked on pc), and it's incompatible with the brook converters, but it's punching well above its weight.
A complete doddle to set up, too!
Will use again.
cheap and cheerful
Posted by kev on 12th Jun 2017
Bought for my first diy fight sick. Loads of reference on Google for these for wiring them up and simple to do I would advise to get at least one extra button than you plan on using so it can be attached to the mode function, the board seams to default the joy stick to analog and I've found the games I've tried so far (tekken7, sfv) seem to be more compatible with hat switch apart from that a cracking little unit for the price