From the theory it should work if you swap the cables leading to the end
terminals of each potentiometer (the center cable remains unchanged). The
jumpers are used to install/remove a voltage plateau around in the center
position (installed = no plateau).
> I have a A174, and am considering buying a second. In order to
> use multiple A174 in a table top configuration as I desire I want
> to invert the module physically, so the joystick is at the
> bottom, or front. this way I don't have to reach over the cables
> when I have the module placed horizontally in a table top case.
> I tried simply rotating the joystick, but the potentiometers
> stuck out the side of the module so much a blanking panel would be needed.
> Is there a way to invert the voltage of the axis in the A174? I
> notice there appears to be some pins where jumpers could go on
> the PCB. What are they for? If not that, could I just reverse the
> wiring on the joystick pots (meaning the ribbon that connects the
> joystick to the PCB)?
> - I would consider the FoH Choices, but the front panel design
> makes my eyes bleed :)
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