This circuit makes it possible to use Sega Saturn peripherals (controllers, mouse)
on a PC through an USB port. One can either build an adapter (Using the connector
from a Saturn extension) or convert a controller by wiring it directly to the circuit.
The Basic controllers (ABCXYZ, L/R and Start buttons). Tested with: Sega HSS-0101, Sega MK-80116, Super Pad 8 (P-400), Horipad SS (HSS-11)
The analogic controller. Tested with: Sega MK-80117.
The mouse (aka "Shuttlemouse"). Tested with Sega HSS-0102.
Should also work with the twinsticks.
Multitap not supported.
Thanks to USB HID compliance, the adapter works immediately on most modern operating systems
without installing special drivers. Tested under Linux, Windows 7/8 64-bit, MacOS X and Sony Playstation 3.
Sega saturn controller to USB circuit, assembled and programmed (v2.0).
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