The Brook PS3/PS4/Switch Wireless Fight Board offers players wire-free access to modern consoles, even recently iOS devices. Powering this PCB is a humble PS3-compatible rechargeable battery, which attaches to the PCB's 2-pin JST port. When attempting to keep everything neat and clean, where do you put the battery?
Buttercade - designer of unique 3D printed solutions - offers a novel way to stack the battery underneath your new wireless fighting board.
Below the caddy are four round holes specifically designed for the 3mm Hole Low Profile Adhesive PCB Feet (Set of 4) we offer. You can use these to anchor the caddy anywhere in your Fightstick. The assembled caddy and Brook PCB is about 28mm high.
Two (2) 11-inch zip ties
Two (2) Neutrik style screws and nuts
Should you desire to replace the zip ties at any point, information on zip tie dimensions and install video are below.
The zip ties are pre-installed onto the caddy. It should appear like this when you receive your order.
Place your rechargeable battery into the available space. The zip ties will wrap around the top of the battery.
Pull the zip tie across the top of the battery and through the thread hole, tightening until there is little slack left. It is here that you will snip off the ends of the zip tie with a pair of scissors.
Screw the included neutrik screws into the bottom left and top right countersunk holes on the caddy. They are used to hold the Fighting Board PCB in place. Below the caddy are four smaller round holes specifically designed for the 3mm Hole Low Profile Adhesive PCB Feet (Set of 4) we offer. You can use these to anchor the caddy anywhere in your Fightstick.
Use the included neutrik style nuts to install the PCB down onto the caddy's screws. The assembled caddy and Brook PCB is about 28mm high.
Should you need to replace the battery, you will clip the zip ties with a pair of scissors. Replacement zip ties should be up to 11 inches (279mm) long, 1.3mm thick, and 4.5mm wide. Kink the zip tie upwards about 1.5 inches (38mm) from the end. This will allow you to thread the zip tie through the bottom two holes without snagging. Use the video above to see how to thread a replacement zip tie into the caddy.