Wiring Harness Install Guide
This is a very quick guide on how to use the One-Zero wiring harness for both One-Zero and Arcade Stick enclosures. The guide will also applicable for One-Zero Mini Enclosures.
Installing the Harness onto the Brook Fighting Board
The very first step is to install the harness onto the board itself. You will note that Brook PCBs have pre-soldered headers, all you have to do is simply plug the wiring harness into the headers as per the image below.
Hit Box Wiring
Once the harness has been installed onto the Brook Fighting Board, it's time to connect up the buttons. Please refer to the image and summary text below.
We recommend that you install the black ground daisy chain wires first. You simply plug the end of the wiring harness into one of the button's free terminal. Please note that each button will have two free terminal prongs to connect to, it does not matter which one you choose to connect the black wires into first.
The eight black daisy chained wire is for the eight punch and kick buttons (shown as 1P, 2P, 1K, 2K etc above).
The six black daisy chained wire is for the front panel buttons (shown as Start, Home, Share, TP etc above).
The four red wires are for your punch buttons. The longest red wire is 1P, the next size down is 2P, the next size down is 3P and the shortest red wire is 4P. If you have done this correctly, each punch button should have a connected black wire and a connected red wire.
The four purple wires are for your kick buttons. The longest purple wire is 1K, the next size down is 2K, the next size down is 3K and the shortest purple wire is 4K. If you have done this correctly, each punch button should have a connected black wire and a connected purple wire.
The three green wires are for your Start, Home and Share buttons. The longest green wire is Share, the next size down is Home and the shortest green wire is Start. If you have done this correctly, each front panel button should have a connected black wire and a connected green wire.
The three yellow wires are for your Touch Pad, R3 and L3 buttons. The longest yellow wire is Touch Pad, the next size down is R3 and the shortest yellow wire is L3. If you have done this correctly, each front panel button should have a connected black wire and a connected yellow wire.
Once all that is done, it is time to connect your movement buttons. Please refer back to the image above. We would recommend connecting the black daisy chained wires first and then connect up the other remaining colours (up = orange Wire, right = green wire, down = red wire, left = yellow wire).
Once all buttons are wired up, connect the 25cm long USB cable between the Brook Fighting Board and Neutrik USB.
Arcade Stick Wiring
Arcade stick wiring is very similar to the Hit Box wiring. Follow the guide above for all the front panel buttons and punch and kick buttons. To connect the joystick, please refer to the image below.