This adapter lets you use PS1 and PS2 controllers on your PC. It can be used if you already have a PlayStation control box and want to connect you pad to PC.
This is not your average PlayStation to USB adapter. It features low latency (3ms) which is ideal of dance games. This adapter fixes the common "axis" issues with standard adapters, which prevents the pad from registering jumps or two arrow steps at the same time.
- Includes PlayStation adapter and USB cable
- Supported controllers: Digital controller, Namco Negcon, Dual Shock, Dual Shock 2, Dance pads, Analog Joystick (SCPH-1110), Mouse (SCPH-1030)
- Compatible with all Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) dance pads
- Supports official and many 3rd party controllers
- Supports multitaps (up to 3 players)
- Low latency
- Works with Linux, Mac OS X and Windows
- Updateable firmware
- Has support for direct controller communication
- Each adapter has its own serial number
- USB cable included.
- PS3 and PS4 controllers are not supported.
- Multitap not included. Without a multitap, only one controller can be connected.
- Easy to use user interface able to manage several adapters.
- Adapter firmware version display
- Firmware update function
- Type of connected controller display
- Adapter configuration
- Read and write memory cards (connected to a multitap in port A)
Adapter management tool features:
- Firmware updates
- Firmware version display
- Supports multiple adapters connected simultaneously (shows a list to choose from)
- Controller poll interval
- GC full range sliders
- GC Inverted triggers
- GC Sliders as buttons
- Disable analog triggers
- DPad as buttons
- DPad as axes
- Swap R and L sticks
- Enable Nunchuk accelerometers (X,Y and Z)
- Reverse scroll direction
- None! Uses standard drivers included with supported operating systems.
- Default setting: 6ms
- Minimum settings: 3ms (single-player mode), 5ms (dual-player mode), 6ms (three-player mode)
There are two latency variables:
- USB Latency: adapters are USB Full Speed devices configured to be polled at 1ms intervals (the maximum frequency) by the host PC. The latency introduced by USB is therefore fixed at 1ms.
- Controller poll interval: That is, how often the adapter reads the controller status. This parameter is configurable using the adapter manager. The default is 5ms, but it can be lowered down to 2ms.
The total latency is therefore 1ms + [configured poll interval]. This results in a minimum total latency of 3ms, and of 6ms by default.
~If for any reason you are not happy with the part you can get a full refund within 30 days~