Controller technical question

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SwinginDick

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Hey folk!

I get the dubious honor of posting the first real tech question in our new temporary digs. Whee!

OK, so as you may or may not know, I am working on bringing a spinner to T3K on the Nuon. I'm still trying to get my act together, but I was wondering of anyone has any info on the switch inputs to the controller chip, specifically:

1. Are they a strobed matrix, like the Jag switches?
2. If not, are they pull-up or pull-down switches?

More specifically, I am working with the Logitech controller and I wondered if anyone may have a rough schematic available?

Thanks all!

-SwinginDick
www.chaosreins.com
 
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SwinginDick

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Hey - I thought I was already your hero!

Thanks for the info Kev. BTW, what is the long-term plan for the forums? What happened with the old ISP?
 

K3V

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Ideally I'd like to just get the original setup back up and running. But if we can't get a hold of Chile to update the DNS servers for VisualCues then that's not going to be possible.

Barring that we will probably get something up and running here on thehelper.net that looks and feels like the old forums.
 
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Atarifan49

Guest
Did Minter put support in for a rotary controller in T3K? :confused:

Glenn
 
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SwinginDick

Guest
I already dropped Minter a line to see if he could scare up that controller. He says he'd try to find it and get back to me, but that was proably 9 months ago. He's a busy guy so I don't expect that I'll ever see it, realistically. :(

Meanwhile, I'm supposed to be working on a hack to make a spinner for T3K but life seems to keep getting in the way. I really promise to get on this project as soon as possible. I promised Kev I would. :eek:

-SwinginDick
Buttons suck! Go to www.chaosreins.com and get a spinner for T2K!
 
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