PlayStation Multi-Tap ! Add more players with the Multi-Pad IV! Simply plug it into your controller port (controllers not included), and now up to four players can play Multi-Tap compatible PlayStation games. 4 controllers, 4 memory card slots! Hook on an additional Multi-Pad IV into your second controller pad port and you've got eight players and eight memory card slots!
Microchip PIC 12C508A
Features: ? Only 33 single word instructions to learn ? All instructions single-cycle except for program branches which are two-cycle ? Operating speed: DC - 4 MHz clock input DC - 1 ms instruction cycle ? 512 words of program memory ? 25 bytes of Data RAM ? 12-bit wide instruction words ? 8-bit wide data bytes ? 7 Special Function Hardware registers ? Two-level deep hardware stack ? Direct, indirect and relative addressing modes ? 1,000,000 typical erase/write cycles EEPROM Data memory typical ? EEPROM Data Retention > 40 years ? In-Circuit Serial Programming ? Power-on Reset (POR) ? Device Reset Timer (DRT) ? Watchdog Timer (WDT) with its own On-Chip RC Oscillator for reliable operation ? Code protection ? Power saving SLEEP mode ? Selectable oscillator options
PlayStation Controller Port (1001-9001 series) ! The replacement controller port is easily installed with only two fastening screws. If your controller port has been damaged, this is an easy solution for anyone. Tech support is available for free to assist you with installation.
PS2 NEO2.2 Pro ModChip ! Install the PlayStation 2 NEO2.2 Pro ModChip in your PS2, and instantly play all of your regular PlayStation games without the need for a swap trick. As well, all PlayStation import originals and more now boot without the need to hold down the 'Eject' button. Combine with an InterAct GameShark2 and your PS2 NEO2.2 PRO ModChip and you will be able to play CDR of your favorite PlayStation 2 games including EA Sports titles. The all new, enhanced EA boot method now allows 6 seconds to swap discs and completely stops the GameShark2 disc prior to ejection. The following will help you identify what version of PlayStation 2 you have in your possesion. Ther version 1, 2 and 3 PlayStation 2 all have 10 screws on the bottom of the unit.SCPH30001 v1 = Serial# begins U1 SCPH30001 v2 = Serial# begins U0 SCPH30001 v3 = Serial# begins U1 Date 1A SCPH30001 v3 = Serial# begins U2 Date 0D The version 4, 5, 6 and 7 PlayStation 2 all have 8 screws on the bottom of the unit. The 4 and 5 also have the electrical warning stamped on the bottom of the PlayStation 2 case.SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U0 SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U1 SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U2 SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U3 SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U4 SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U5 SCPH 35001 v4 = GT3 Edition There are 3 different motherboards for the SCPH30001R - Version 4, 5 and 6 SCPH30001R v5 or v6 Motherboard SCPH39001= v7 SCPH50001 v9 or v10 (open machine and match boad to v9 or v10 diagram)