Rapid fire

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Non‐Programmed
Rapid
Fire
Mod
for
PS3

Created
by:
GBlaster

Nearly
$200
to
replace
three
broken
controllers
and
uncountable
amount
of
parts
later;
this
tutorial
is
created
in
order
to
aid
you
in

creating
a
Non‐programmed
rapid‐fire
mod
for
your
PS3
safely.

This
was
created
for
non‐profit
purposes
that
way
you
would
not
have

to
pay
other
people
to
have
pre‐programmed
controllers
built
or
for

turbo
controllers.
In
order
to
create
this
you
need
to
have
a
somewhat
basic

understanding
of
soldering.

Please
review
this
tutorial
before
attempting
it.
I
am
not
responsible
for
any
damage
caused
to
your
Playstation
3

controller
or
Playstation
3
system.


Tools:















Solder
Gun

Solder

Wire
(I
believe
I
used
30
AWG)

Wire
Cutter

Tape
(Recommended)
Hot
Glue
Gun
+
Hot
Glue
(Recommended)


Supplies:

1)
555
Timer
IC
(I
recommend
using
the
TLC
Low
Power
kind
because

the
regular
one
is
known
to
cause
problems
while
charging
or
if
the

battery
is
full)‐
$1.69
2)
10k
ohm
resistor
(R1)(Brown
Black
Orange
Gold)
‐
$0.69

3)
56k
ohm
resistor
(R2)(5
Pack)(Green
Blue
Orange
Gold)
‐
$0.69

4)
1.0
uF
Electrolytic
Capacitor
(C1)
‐
$1.19

5)
.01
uF
Polyester
Film
Capacitor
(C2)
‐
$1.49
6)
NPN
Transistor
(15
pack)
‐
$2.59

7)
Momentary
Switch
‐
$2.69

Price:
$11.03

Total
+
Tax:
$12.00

I
recommend
you
buy
the
100‐pack
of
resistors
because
it
can
be
a
little
difficult
to
find
the
56k
resistors
otherwise.

‐
$6.49
(Has
both
10k
and

56k
resistors)


Preparation:
Take
apart
the
controller


Step
1)
Place
timer
upside‐down
and
connect
7+8
using
R1
(10k)



 Step
2)
Connect
6+7
using
R2
(56k)


Step
3)
Connect
6+1
with
C1
(1uF)



















Step
4)
Connect
5+1
with
C2
(.01uF)










Step
5)
Connect
4+8
with
a
small
wire



















Step
6)
Connect
2+6
with
a
small
wire







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