Posted on January 9, 2019February 4, 2019 by tinkerBOY — 7 CommentsWiring Guide for tinkerBOY Controller v2.0.1 Post navigationPrevious post: tinkerBOY DPI Adapter v1.0: Visual Guide for Raspberry Pi Zero (without header pins)Next post: How To Setup Putty To Automatically Login To Your Raspberry Pi 7 thoughts on “Wiring Guide for tinkerBOY Controller v2.0.1” Ryan Davis May 25, 2019 Is there a way to wire the 5 pin volume wheel to this board? I bought this board from you but have the 5 pin volume wheel. Thanks! Reply Alex July 23, 2019 hm so you don’t need to connect ‘data’ cables? only power? is that right? Reply tinkerBOY July 23, 2019 What data cables? This controller is not USB based but GPIO based controller. Reply John August 20, 2019 I understand that the controller is GPIO based but those run off 3.3v. Is it save to assume the pads for the controller buttons have resistors to lower the 5.5v input voltage on the board down to 3.3v? Reply tinkerBOY August 21, 2019 This controller was designed for the Raspberry Pi with 3.3V gpio already and resistors are also built in so no need for them. Reply John August 26, 2019 Will this also work on GPIO 12? https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/49600/how-to-output-audio-signals-through-gpio Reply Ryan January 29, 2022 This looks really cool! Can you tell me how I could use this with the DE-10 Nano (MiSTer fpga). Is it possible? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.