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Spare 5-Pin Female Harness for Zero Delay USB Encoder PCB

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  • Product Description

    Note about Color and Length

    The harness minimum length is 6 inches. Harness overall length and signal/ground labeling color may vary.


    This 5-pin harness JST style female harness is compatible with the hardware for PS3/PC Zero Delay USB Encoder PCB: Japan Style Controls, and attaches to the 5-pin signal and ground terminal commonly found on Japanese joysticks such as Sanwa JLF Series or Seimitsu LS Series

    Commonly used to mod Mayflash F300, F500

    Among its benefits, the 5-pin female harness is coincidentally compatible with the Mayflash F300 and F500 Fightstick control PCB, and is frequently used to swap the existing joystick with a Sanwa JLF-TP-8YT Joystick. Please check the video tab for installation help.

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    1. Needed this for sure

      Recently purchased the mayflash 300 and wanted to swap out the joystick with a Sanwa. This pin connector worked perfectly on Apr 9th 2018

    2. Worked great on a qanba drone

      Bought this to mod my qanba drone with a sanwa JLF .Quick and easy install. on Feb 8th 2018

    3. Does the job

      I needed this so I could finish modding my Qanba Drone and put in my Sanwa JLF stick. Didn't work at first but that was because I connected them backwards, but once I turned it around everything started working just fine. on Feb 7th 2018

    4. Works, but not very robust

      A few of the female contacts came loose from the connector housing when installing, with no undue force.

      I was able to seat them all with pliers, but it's not ideal. I know I shouldn't expect much from a $0.75 wiring harness, but I will recommend that you buy an extra just in case (or an extra few, if you're installing more than one).
      on Jan 31st 2018

    5. Good

      Works as intended, with good length as well. on Jan 24th 2018

    6. Hind sight

      Being an old(er) head, but a new modder I decided to go with the Qanba Drone as my first ever fight stick. Then, I chose a Sanwa JLF and some buttons to try my hand at my first mod. But I did not get the female 5 pins. BIG MISTAKE. I ended up ordering a competitors model. They were awful because of how the PCB is set up under the top plate of the fightstick. Constantly falling out, I was always having to open up the stick to reattach the wires and didn't want to go through the trouble of soldering on a project stick just yet. One step at a time. I am also teaching a ten year old as I learn. I decided to go with these and I am glad we switched. Thank you Focus Attack. on Dec 17th 2017

    7. Exactly what was required

      Required to connect a Sanwa stick to a Mayflash F300 board. on Nov 21st 2017

    8. Great product

      works with the Mayflash F300 Arcade joystick. Keep in mind there is a side with red marks and a side that is pure white. The red side should be facing you when installing or the joystick might not work. on Feb 5th 2017

    9. Used for drone JLF conversion

      Pair this with a JLF harness and you can do a solderless JLF conversion on the qanba drone. Plug the 5 pin female harness into the drones pcb and the exposed wires on the JLF harness will slide right into the female side of the harness. Secure the inserted wires with one wrap of electrical tape. Also FA has a very nifty diagram of the JLF directional pin out. Use that to determine your wiring order along with the order on the pcb of the drone. on Dec 28th 2016

    10. Very good!!!!

      thank you on Dec 13th 2016

  • Product Videos

    • MayFlash F300 with Sanwa JLF Joystick mods and Compared to F500
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    • Modding the Mayflash F300 Arcade Fight Stick
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    MayFlash F300 with Sanwa JLF Joystick mods and Compared to F500

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