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    Is there a component list available to make one of these for my self to make it a little easyer?

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    Earlier in this thread the Diptrace (free tool) project files were included. The files include everything (schematic, etc.) you need. I included a Bill Of Materials (BOM) below. FYI - Radioshack now sells an Arduino Uno board for $35 that is essentially most of this board. You could buy that plus a mezzanine board for the additional chips (see radioshack.com and www.arduino.cc for more info). I would think that approach would be faster, easier and cheaper than building a board from scratch. I was interested in this project (Kudos for all the work that went into it!) until I found out that Alpine is in the process of abandoning AI-net.

    Good luck!

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    1 CRYSTAL 1 16MHz
    2 CAP200RP 2 100uF
    3 CAP100RP 5 1uF
    4 CAP_0805 2 22pF
    5 LED 3
    6 BAT54S 1 BAT54S
    7 ATMEGA88_PDIP 1 ATMEGA88_PDIP
    8 IDC2X5M 3 Car Connector
    9 BC547 2 BC547
    10 BC557 2 BC557
    11 BC857 1 BC857
    12 BC847 1 BC847
    13 RES400 18 1K5
    14 RES_0805 9 1K
    15 LM339D 1 LM339D
    16 MAX232CPE 1 MAX232CPE
    17 2 Pin Jumper 5 uC RX
    18 MC7805ACT 1 7805
    19 CAP250 4 0.1uF

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    Quote Originally Posted by ernperkins View Post
    Earlier in this thread the Diptrace (free tool) project files were included. The files include everything (schematic, etc.) you need. I included a Bill Of Materials (BOM) below. FYI - Radioshack now sells an Arduino Uno board for $35 that is essentially most of this board. You could buy that plus a mezzanine board for the additional chips (see radioshack.com and www.arduino.cc for more info). I would think that approach would be faster, easier and cheaper than building a board from scratch. I was interested in this project (Kudos for all the work that went into it!) until I found out that Alpine is in the process of abandoning AI-net.

    Good luck!

    # Type Quantity Value
    ______________________________________________

    1 CRYSTAL 1 16MHz
    2 CAP200RP 2 100uF
    3 CAP100RP 5 1uF
    4 CAP_0805 2 22pF
    5 LED 3
    6 BAT54S 1 BAT54S
    7 ATMEGA88_PDIP 1 ATMEGA88_PDIP
    8 IDC2X5M 3 Car Connector
    9 BC547 2 BC547
    10 BC557 2 BC557
    11 BC857 1 BC857
    12 BC847 1 BC847
    13 RES400 18 1K5
    14 RES_0805 9 1K
    15 LM339D 1 LM339D
    16 MAX232CPE 1 MAX232CPE
    17 2 Pin Jumper 5 uC RX
    18 MC7805ACT 1 7805
    19 CAP250 4 0.1uF
    Thanks for your advises. It's the first time I remember when somebody contributing the project besides myself.
    Alpine abandoned AiNet in Status line, but still producing lots of less extreme hardware for AiNet. Their latest H800 processor is still AiNet based and I don't expecting any replacement for it anytime soon.

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    Is there any Adruino sketches to start with? This may sound like a crazy/dumb idea but I am thinking of trying to connect a H600 to a android phone/tablet through blue-tooth. I think it is possible now that IOIO and Arduino can both communicate that way. The main features I want is volume control and of course power on/off. Anything more then that is gravy.

    By the way I have no idea how to accomplish this and will be flying by the seat of my pants I guess you could say.

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    I have not looked at that one, I may be wrong but I believe it requires an alpine head unit to control it. Also. I not sure if there is anything to gain from its features over the 701.

    With respect to comments above about very few people contributing to this project, that is very true. I can't speak for others but for myself I would gladly contribute more if I knew what I was doing
    I could build a Board, but as soon as any kind of coding is required, I'm screwed, I know nothing about it.

    I truly would like to take advantage of this project as I stated in an earlier post but I'm reasonably competent on the hardware side of things, but on the software side.... the last education I had on code was in college on the PET computer. Google that one kids!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilG View Post
    I have not looked at that one, I may be wrong but I believe it requires an alpine head unit to control it. Also. I not sure if there is anything to gain from its features over the 701.

    With respect to comments above about very few people contributing to this project, that is very true. I can't speak for others but for myself I would gladly contribute more if I knew what I was doing
    I could build a Board, but as soon as any kind of coding is required, I'm screwed, I know nothing about it.

    I truly would like to take advantage of this project as I stated in an earlier post but I'm reasonably competent on the hardware side of things, but on the software side.... the last education I had on code was in college on the PET computer. Google that one kids!
    Perfectly understandable, but whole project is mostly software-based. ai10 hardware is pretty simple and all AiNet logic is coded in firmware.
    BTW, support for H800 and Volume/Input/Preset auto-save after ACC switching off is added to latest firmware.
    Support for 4 hardware buttons (Volume */-, Input and preset switching) also added in firmware. Buttons should be connected to 4 reserved lines in controller's Car connector.
    Latest firmware won't be published soon, please PM me if you need it.

    I also working on new board which would allow to control H70x/H800 from factory HU of IBUS-equipped BMWs (E38/E39/E46/E53/E83).
    Will post the update when board will be ready.
    Last edited by Nik1976; 08-25-2012 at 08:07 PM.

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    Any update on the ibus-ainet board?
    If not, do you have any more of the existing boards left to sell, populated or not?

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    IBUS-AiNet PCBs are ready. Expecting to complete boards and firmware in next 2-3 weeks.

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    I'm verry intressted to use this for my carpc. What are the price? Do you ship worldwide?
    I have a laptop with X-FI Surround 5.1 Pro soundcard and i would like to install my Alpine PXA-H100 to the system.

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