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  • Ebay: Datlux 10.4" for sale

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MESE%3AIT&rd=1

    LCD screen has some tearing, but item has a good controller.






    Some controller info....


    Datalux LMV10R M1023 Rev E. VGA LCD Controller





    This is the controller used in the Datalux LMV10R. I know the controller will work with the following screens (have tested myself, and can plug directly to controller without Hirose cable or with straight through 31 pin 1:1 cable):

    LQ10D321

    LQ10D367

    LP104V1

    LQ10D421





    A little research on mp3car.com and I found the following:

    A straight through 1:1 31 pin hirose cable is supposed to also work with the following Sharp LCDs but I don't know for sure if all of these LCD's have a 5v vcc. This controller puts out 5V and some LCDs need 3V. DO NOT BID UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING IF YOU ARE TRYING TO DO THIS! I AM NOT TECH SUPPORT AND I DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO BUY HIROSE CABLES SO DON'T ASK ME. THE CONTROLLER SHOULD WORK WITH THE FOLLOWING SCREENS.


    LQ10D346
    LQ10D361
    LQ64P311

    LQ9D340
    LQ10D341
    LQ10D344
    LQ10D345
    LQ64D341
    LQ64D343

    A custom wired cable for the should work for the following LCDs (research MP3CAR.com for more info, I do not have pin-outs)
    LQ9D031
    LQ9P031
    LQ9D151
    LQ9D161
    LQ9D166
    LQ9D167
    LQ9D169
    LQ10D131
    LQ64D141
    LQ64D142
    LQ64D167



    This controller works with all standard PCs and graphics cards that provide 5V sync levels and are able to limit the vertical refresh frequency to 60Hz. This controller may not work properly if the sync levels are at 3.3V so please check the specifications on your computer for compatibility. There is a cheap 3.3 volt mod solution for this issue should your video card not follow the 5 volt spec.
    2002 Z-71 Rolling with an ITX MOBO, 10.4" touchscreen, 40 Gig HD, and a DVD ROM.

    http://www.truckputer.com
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