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    yep.. looked about as good as it could due to the bad scans of the pages. Gonna hook it up to my desktop pc psu here at 12v just to see it turn on.. since I can't really do much more until I have the hirose cable.. bah

    thanks again
    Cordell

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    I got a response from one of the companies.. $39.95 for the cable!! I think that's really expensive, but if you're desperate not much else you can do.. Here is the info:



    Jason,

    QDW2081 is our P/N for the cable you requested. Pricing for this part is
    as follows:

    QDW2081 (16" length)
    1-10 pcs-------------------$39.95 each
    Delivery 2 wks ARO

    For 12" length, pricing is 1-10 pcs at $3945 each.
    For 8 " length, pricing is 1-10 pcs at $3895 each.

    I've specified the cable be build without strain relief on the IDC end,
    because the AMP connector you called out didn't have a strain relief. Is
    this correct? Please advise.

    If you'd like to place an order, please contact our main office (see
    below). Please reference P/N QDW2081 when ordering.

    Main office contact information:
    TEL (732) 792-1234
    FAX (732) 792-8305



    Hope this helps
    Jason

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    Looking at the panel that Cordell is trying to use (LQ10D367), here's what I see as the pin assignment.

    For the hirose cable:
    LQ10D367 / Hyperion Simplicity Series
    Pin Assignment Pin Assignment
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    1 gnd / 36 gnd
    2 clock signal / 37 clock signal
    3 hsync / 34 hsync
    4 vsync / 33 vsync
    5 gnd / 31 gnd
    6 r0 (red signal) / 29 r0 (red signal LSB)
    7 r1 (red signal / 28 r1 (red signal)
    8 r2 (red signal) / 27 r2 (red signal)
    9 r3 (red signal) / 26 r3 (red signal)
    10 r4 (red signal) / 25 r4 (red signal)
    11 r5 (red signal) / 24 r4 (red signal)
    12 gnd / 21 gnd
    13 g0 (green signal) / 19 g0 (green signal LSB)
    14 g1 (green signal) / 18 g1 (green signal)
    15 g2 (green signal) / 17 g2 (green signal)
    16 g3 (green signal) / 16 g3 (green signal)
    17 g4 (green signal) / 15 g4 (green signal)
    18 g5 (green signal) / 14 g5 (green signal)
    19 gnd / 11 gnd
    20 b0 (blue signal) / 9 b0 (blue signal LSB)
    21 b1 (blue signal) / 8 b1 (blue signal)
    22 b2 (blue signal) / 7 b2 (blue signal)
    23 b3 (blue signal) / 6 b3 (blue signal)
    24 b4 (blue signal) / 5 b4 (blue signal)
    25 b5 (blue signal) / 4 b5 (blue signal)
    26 gnd / 1 gnd
    27 enable / 32 data enable
    28 Vcc 5V / 40 Vcc 5V Supply Voltage
    29 Vcc 5V / 39 Vcc 5V Supply Voltage
    30 N/C
    31 N/C

    Does that look right?

    What are the hirose cables (those are Quadrangle part #s, right?)you're talking about Jason? Are they 1:1? Or are you powering a specific panel?

    - Jeff

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    ok so say that is correct.. I still don't see how I can make any modifications to the cable because it is a ribbon cable.. will have to wait for a hirose huh?
    Cordell

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    No, you can rewire a ribbon cable, but first, lets see what Jason says about the pin assignment of the cables he's looking at.

    - Jeff

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    Well.. this is a flat flex ribbon cable.. still possible? it's not like an IDE cable.
    Cordell

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    Oh yeah sorry for not mentioning..

    The cable that Quadrangle is talking about is for this controller to the LQ10D321, 367, 421, etc. panels (most of sharp's 10.4").

    And your chart looks correct..

    Jason

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    Spectacular, Jason... Thanks for the info. It looks great and I can't wait to get one!

    - Jeff

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    Are there any chances of getting an OSD, too?

    - Jeff

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    Well, the pinout looks good except I think the last two pins determine orientation... My sharp panel has those two pins labeled R/L and U/D which you tie to either 5 volts (high) or ground (low) to see the image fliped around the horizontal or vertical axis. Mine requires R/L to be high and U/D to be low for it to display normally...

    I cant find the detailed pdf of that screen so that may or may not apply...

    Mike

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