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I bought this..
then i ran into $$ problems..
i had to go with a broken lcd laptop..
so my powering requirments have changed...
im selling this for exactly what i paid for it...
no more no less...
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*New Release* M2-ATX intelligent Automotive / Car DC-DC ATX PC 160W Power Supply
MSRP: $89.95 Your Price: $79.95
* 160 watts output
* Ideal car Power supply for operating P4, P4-M, Celeron, AMD systems
* ATX, 6-24V wide input range
* Intelligent shutdown controller
* ON/OFF motherboard control
* Survives vehicle engine cranks
* Battery deep discharge prevention
* Works with 12V / 24V car batteries
* "Anti-Thump" amplifier remote control
* 15A automotive fuse (mini-blade)
* Works with all VIA mini-ITX motherboards
* VIA, P4 and AMD CPU support
* Standard 1 year manufacturer's warranty
Package Includes (see image below)
* ATX/HDD/Floppy cable harness (9 inches)
* 3 faston connectors (12 inches)
* 1 two-pin motherboard on-off switch wire (9 inches)
* 4 jumpers for controlling power sequencing schemes
* Installation Manual
6.5" (16.5cm) x 2" (4.5cm)
Weight: (Including cables) 1 lb (0.45 kg)
Intelligent Automotive / Car DC-DC ATX PC Power Supply
The M2-ATX is an intelligent, high power, vehicle (car / boat / electric cart) 12V DC-DC ATX PC power supply designed for CarPC and battery powered applications. Designed to provide power and to control the ON/OFF switch of a motherboard (CarPC) based on ignition status, the M2-ATX is a wide input (6 to 24V) vehicle/car/ battery operated ATX power supply capable of surviving tough car engine cranks (down to 6V) as well as transient over-voltage situations. Just connect it to and power up your PC!
The M2-ATX comes equipped with ATX/HDD/Floppy cable harness , jumpers, faston connectors and 2 pin cables for motherboard ON/OFF switch. Just connect it to your 12V or 24V car / boat / RV battery and power up your PC.
The M2-ATX has 8 user selectable microcontroller driven timing modes, allowing you to choose up to 8 ignition/shutdown CarPC timing schemes via a built-in shutdown controller. By removing all user-selectable jumpers, the M2-ATX becomes a traditional PC PSU with no ignition control (shudown controller bypassed) and it can be used in non-vehicle computer applications.
Even if your computer is completely OFF, a PC will still consume a few hundered milliwatts, needed to monitor PC ON/OFF status. When the computer (CarPC) is in the suspend/sleep mode, it will consume even more power, because the RAM needs to be powered at all times. The power consumption in the suspend mode is few watts. No matter how big your car battery is, it will eventually drain your car battery in a matter of days.
While in deep sleep mode, the M2-ATX constantly monitors your car battery voltage levels, preventing deep discharge situations by automatically shutting down (using a built-in shutdown controller) until battery levels reach safe levels again. No more dead car batteries, no more computer resets during engine cranks, along with multiple timing schemes, small formfactor and very competitive price makes the M2-ATX the premier solution for dc-dc ATX vehicle/CarPC power supply solutions.
NOTE: The M2-ATX provides up to 8A on the 12V rail, making it ideal for operating most P4, P4-M, Celeron, ADM systems. Low power Geode and VIA processors (C3, C7) will work as well, leaving ample power for 12V or 5V peripherials (multiple 3.5" hard drives, CDROM, etc).
The M2-ATX works with the following motherboards:
* All VIA mini-ITX boards
* Pentiums, P4
Please check your motherboards specifications and make sure that the CPU is not getting V(core) from the 12V rail (should be on the 5V rail).
Not recommended for motherboards with Pentium 4s and motherboards that have 4 pin 12V ATX connectors, which is an indication that the motherboard is using 12V for V(core).
Ichiban, if you need one, I have one for sale.
I knew it would sell...
The best resurrected frontend I've ever used, period.
i'll email you tracking number and further info...Originally Posted by djcalvin
yea i appriciate the suggestion...Originally Posted by Tidder
dont know why i didnt think of it myself