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Buttercade Antenna Socket for Brook Wireless Fighting Board (Base Mount) - Black

$7.45 (USD)
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  • Product Description

    Newly minted owners of the Brook PS3/PS4/Switch Wireless Fight Board looking for a means to install the antenna into commercial joysticks now have a solution from Buttercade, a 3D printing professional that excels in designing unique products for the fighting game community.

    Antenna Socket Installs into Spare Button Hole

    Buttercade WFB Base Mount 3D ExampleThe WFB Antenna Socket is a screw ring system, fitting securely into a spare 24mm button hole of many commercial joysticks.  It can also attach to DIY models that don't possess a Neutrik port. There is no drilling involved - the housing slides into the 24mm button hole and ring screws onto the housing. 

    Base Mount Variant

    The 18mm (.70 inch) base mount variant surrounds the antenna, which reduces the antenna's protrusion from the back of the joystick. This is helpful in protecting the antenna, but will require a bit of space behind the socket to install.

    The base mount can manage material thicknesses up to 1/2" (12.8mm).

    Installation of Antenna to Buttercade WPB Socket

    The Brook PS3/PS4/Switch Wireless Fight Board's mini antenna has a washer and nut to secure it to openings. It also utilizes a wire to coaxial connector, which attaches to the antenna.

    1. Brook Wireless Antenna ExampleFirst, slide the antenna down into the socket from the front.
    2. Next, with the antenna seated into the socket, secure the antenna connector end to the socket using the washer and nut.
    3. Screw the coaxial connector into the antenna connector end.
    4. Finally, thread the antenna wire through the 24mm button hole and then use the socket screw ring to secure the Buttercade WFB socket to the back of the button hole.
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    1. Overall happy

      The material looks and feels like it was cheaply made with a 3d printer. The only complaint I have is that I wish it would have been about half inch deeper so that the antenna wouldn't be protruding so much. on Nov 21st 2019

    2. simple solution for brook antenna, no drilling required

      The Brook Wireless PCB can be a solid and flexible board, but comes with several new problems, including the question of where do i put this antenna?

      if you don't have a drill or don't want to mess with your case, this is the easiest solution, slotting into an existing function button hole. i prefer the base mount since it hides more of the antenna and helps keep it from snagging, and haven't had any reception problems at all.
      on Sep 30th 2019

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