The Super CTRLDock joins the CTRLDock Classic SE in the current range of controller interfaces.
This listing is for the PCB and connector cable only. The Super CTRLDock is also available in a specially designed 3D printed case.
The Super CTRLDock adds low latency (around 2ms) support for Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) gamepads, Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) gamepads, and the SNES Mouse allowing them to be used on a wide range of gaming systems.
What you will receive
- Built and Tested Super CTRLDock PCB
The Super CTRLDock PCB is assembled and ready to use.
A compatible USB connector cable can be found here
- Compatible with Nintendo Entertainment Systems control pads
- Mouse speed switch to change the speed of the SNES mouse
- Digital and analogue device support
- Low latency, around 2ms
- Built in protection against short circuits for the many classic controller wiring types
- Support for simultaneous devices e.g. two players or joystick and mouse
- Upgradable firmware to add future device support and updates
- Built to a high standard by Heber Ltd and thoroughly tested before shipping
- Proudly designed and manufactured in the United Kingdom
It is compatible with:
- The MiSTer Multisystem
- Raspberry Pi systems
- Mac O/S
- Nintendo Switch (alternative Super CTRLDock firmware - see link to Github above)
- Many more systems with a USB port compatible with HID
The full user manual can be found here
Super CTRLDock (Standard) firmware is here - Heber-co-uk/SuperCTRLDock: Super CTRLDock firmware - NES & SNES retro controllers via Low latency USB interface (github.com)
The alternative firmware must be programmed for Super CTRLDock to work on the Nintendo Switch.
Super CTRLDock (Switch) firmware - Heber-co-uk/SuperCTRLDock-Switch: Super CTRLDock firmware to allow retro controllers support on the Nintendo Switch console (github.com)
All CTRLDock Firmware can be found on the Heber Github - Heber-co-uk (Heber Ltd) (github.com)
Two NES and two SNES gamepads may be connected directly to the Super CTRLDock, and up to four NES controllers and eight SNES controllers may be connected at the same time using the Nintendo Four Score™ and MultiPlayer 5 accessories.
Each port is equipped with a 100mA resettable fuse on the 5V connection and resistors on the other signal lines to protect the Super CTRLDock and control system in the event of a short circuit.
All other items shown in images are for illustration only and are not part of what you will receive in this listing.
Orders will be shipped within 2-3 weeks of order being placed. Items will be shipped together if multiple items are purchased. When an item is pre-ordered, any other items in the order will be shipped with the pre-order product.
The Retro Collective
The Retro Collective is a vintage technology community hosting interactive museums and exhibition spaces based in Chalford, just outside Stroud in the heart of the Cotswolds in the UK.
Situated in a beautiful 18th century mill, The Retro Collective comprises Heber Ltd, and electronics design company, The Cave, a retro computer museum, and Arcade Archive, a classic video arcade museum.
A proportion of selected product sales goes towards supporting our hands-on museums at the Retro Collective. Thank you for your support. For more information visit The Retro Collective.
This product is designed and manufactured by Heber Ltd.
Heber have 40 years’ experience at the forefront of electronics design and production and are leading suppliers of gaming controllers and gaming peripherals.
Heber also provides a bespoke design consultancy service which takes products from the earliest of concepts right through to volume manufacture. We can help at any or all of the stages depending on your needs.
With over 4 million Heber control systems in the world, we have established a reputation of designing innovative electronics and bespoke designs to deliver exactly what our clients need. If you have any ideas you’d like to see made reality visit heber.co.uk for more information.