SKPSW is the wireless version of SKPS which is designed to replace the off-the-shelf wireless PS2 controller. SKPSW incorporates the nRF24L01+ 2.4GHz tranceiver with frequency hopping technology for robust and reliable wireless link. SKPSW will switch to another frequency band automatically when interference is detected. In another words, interference with other wireless controller and lost of control will be the matter of the past.
SKPSW consists of SKPSW-TX and SKPSW-RX. The SKPSW-TX is the transmitter which is connected to the wired version of PS2 controller and powered by 2 x 18650 Li-Ion battery. The SKPSW-RX is the receiver which will be connected to the host microcontroller or computer via UART. It has the same footprint and is compatible with SKPS. However, SKPSW only has microcontroller (binary) mode and does not have ASCII mode. For the existing system which uses the SKPS in microcontroller mode, it’s a direct drop in replacement with the SKPSW.
Consists of a transmitter (SKPSW-TX) and a receiver (SKPSW-RX) module.
Maximum Range: 100m line-of-sight.
Maximum 6 pairs of SKPSW can operate at the same time.
Transmitter is powered by 2 x 18650 Li-Ion battery while receiver is powered by 5V from the host.
Low voltage and inactivity alarm for transmitter.
Easy binding between transmitter and receiver.
5V TTL UART interface to microcontroller or computer.
Selectable UART baud rate: 4800, 9600, 57600, 115200.
Vibrator motor on PS2 is controllable.
PS2 controller will operate in analog mode.
LED indicators for wireless link and PS2 controller status.
Compatible with SKPS in microcontroller mode.
NOTE: PS2 controller and the batteries are not included.