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XB1 Controller PCB Scans, Traces and Info - 1697
« on: July 04, 2015, 06:13:38 AM »
Latest version of the XB1 controller with the 3.5mm Headset connector. It's still a CG layout, and I'll update this with more info once I've gone over it some more.

So far there doesn't seem to be much difference from the earlier 1537 version in how everything works at the core. http://www.acidmods.com/forum/index.php/topic,43204.0.htmlrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

The IR LEDs have been removed in this version, though all of the circuitry and support components are still there.

The MCU board has been redone with a Freescale MKL26Z256VMC4 in a BGA package. It's not much different from the 1537 MCU aside form having twice the Flash and RAM. The PCB is now 4-layer also.

1697 BUTTON/POWER BOARD TOP


1697 BUTTON/POWER BOARD BOTTOM


1697 MCU BOARD TOP


1697 MCU BOARD BOTTOM




J1/J5 Connector Pinout

1 - RUMBLE MOTOR+
2 - DR
3 - DU
4 - DD
5 - DL
6 - SY
7 - LED IR x 2 (IR LEDs are not installed on this version)
8 - 5v USB
9 - LB
10 - D+ USB
11 - POWER OK / SHUTDOWN
12 - D- USB
13 - GROUND
14 - GROUND


J2/J6 Connector Pinout

1 - V+ (3v Wired), (Battery Voltage Wireless)
2 - LED (under GU, does not drive LED directly)
3 - GROUND
4 - 3.3v
5 - RB
6 - GU
7 - USB Cable LED
8 - A
9 - X
10 - Y
11 - VW
12 - MN
13 - PNC DETECTION
14 - GROUND


[b}BUTTON/POWER BOARD TEST POINTS[/b]

TP1 - Manufacturing test point of carbon film at SW7, X button, ~115 ohms to ground (top side test)
TP1 - Manufacturing test point of carbon film at SW7, X button, ~115 ohms to ground (bottom side test)


[b}MCU BOARD TEST POINTS[/b] (some)

TP9 - 3.3v

TP21 - GND

TP54 - VW

TP99 - LSY
TP100 - LSX
TP101 - RSY
TP102 - RSX
TP103 - AN+ (vRef)
TP104 - RT
TP105 - LT
TP106 - LSC
TP107 - RSC

TP111 - GND


TP114 - Manufacturing test point of carbon film at SW3, B button, ~115 ohms to ground (top side test)
TP115 - Manufacturing test point of carbon film at SW3, B button, ~115 ohms to ground (bottom side test)
« Last Edit: June 25, 2017, 08:39:18 AM by RDC »
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Re: XB1 Controller PCB Scans, Traces and Info - 1697
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2016, 09:10:31 AM »
What are the points of rapidfire 9 mode on this new pcb?  :beg:

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Re: XB1 Controller PCB Scans, Traces and Info - 1697
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2016, 12:53:47 PM »
LOL

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Re: XB1 Controller PCB Scans, Traces and Info - 1697
« Reply #3 on: April 13, 2016, 10:57:55 AM »
What are the points of rapidfire 9 mode on this new pcb?

LINK:
http://www.acidmods.com/forum/index.php/topic,43308.new.html#new

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Re: XB1 Controller PCB Scans, Traces and Info - 1697
« Reply #4 on: September 19, 2017, 04:03:34 PM »
Hello everyone. Hope all is well. I believe I'm in the right place. I purchased an Arduino micro in hopes of making my Xbox one controller rapid fire. I can't afford any other alternative really. I have flashed the Arduino successfully with the source code. The video I watched on how to do it the guy was using a Xbox one s controller. Mine being the generation 2 controller the soldering points differ. I've tried to reach him numerous times but he hasn't responded. This is why I looked around the internet for help. I came across this post on the Xbox one controller boards an such. Thought you might be able to help me. The picture I'm attaching are the points I need to find in my controller, the other is just the points on the Arduino


« Last Edit: September 19, 2017, 04:07:23 PM by Christian87 »