Alas, I can't help you with that. But if you can't find information about ZDE internals, you could also try to find information about USB HID device specifications in general, as the encoders "just" convert the raw signals to those of a joystick-like USB HID.
accept analouge input by switching the dragonrise mode to analogue...
when the light is orange/red its in analog mode when its green its digital. if you want a true analog control you are probably going to have to add a analog sensor of some sort to it though. The mode button press changes this
I'm not familiar with any electronics terms, so all I can say that I did connect the blue wire to the top connector and the white wire to the middle one (of the three connectors facing right on the picture). All I know is that this works. :)
Hi guys, I just figure out what was wrong. I noticed that the zero delay joystick directionals should be connected in a specific order in the board: UP | DOWN | RIGHT | LEFT and I connected something like UP | RIGHT | LEFT | DOWN.
I thought the position wouldn't matter because I could set them in the retropie. Probably the board can't handle UP+DOWN and LEFT+RIGHT simultaneously, what makes sense, but when I connected in the wrong positions it wasn't handling UP+RIGHT and DOWN+LEFT simultaneously.