Third Party Controller = No Reverse-Current Circuitry Protection ?

Discussion in 'PS3 - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by blueagent1999, Aug 24, 2017.

  1. blueagent1999
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    i read that some third party ps3 controller are made so cheap that it doesn't even have Reverse-Current Circuitry Protection, so won't it run the risk of damaging the PS3 console when said controller is plugged in?

    what i mean is, when the ps3 finishes charging the third party controller, and assuming that the cheap controller doesn't have Reverse-Current Circuitry Protection, won't the over-accumulated electricity in the controller be reversed/shot back into the console's motherboard and thus causing damage to the ps3 console?


    thanks for the help!
     
    Last edited by blueagent1999, Aug 25, 2017