Custom circuit board developed to give PS4 controller USB-C. This is the for JDS-55 and JDS-50 version of the PS4 controller. You will find

PS4 controller USB-C ciruit board

by Marius Heier's store


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OBS: Remember to fit the bigger USB-C connector you need to remove some plastic from the controller. I prefer to use a Dremel or another rotary tool for that. Why did you make it?

For some reason, Sony doesn't want to add the USB-C connector to the PS4 controller. The USB-C connector has been here for many years now.

The original usb-micro connector that comes with the PS4 controller does not last very long. So I made a circuit board that has a USB-C connector. I published a video about this on my YouTube channel and I got a lot of requests from people who wanted to buy it.

I developed a custom open-source version of the board that was possible to order directly from JLCPCB. However, this requires you to buy a minimum of 5 boards. Many people wanted just one. And my original idea was to just provide people with designs and not finished hardware. However, I'm changing that with this Tindie store.

Link to my open-source version here: Design: Assembly: What makes it special?

My PS4 USB-C circuit board has all the same types of components as the original Sony one. Like common mode filter for noise suppression. And let's not forget the fuse for safety.

All boards are tested and cleaned with ultrasonic cleaner before they ship.

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Marius Heier's store

Flateby, Norway
0 orders since May 28, 2022
I'm Marius from Norway and I have been making products my whole life. I been responsible for developing products from wrapped gift band pieces of soap (when I was 8) to a whole energy company in Denmark.
Up to 3 years ago I worked for one of the biggest energy conglomerates in Europe. Where I really learned a lesson about the true values of life. I jumped out of my executive position in the corporate world to work on making my own hardware.
My initial idea was to only create free public domain product designs that I released online. But so many people have asked to buy directly from me. So I opened a Lectronz store. And here you are!