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  • Citroen Berlingo 2004 complete install

    Hello all
    I have mostly been 'lurkin' in the forums, whenever I had a problem or just sought inspiration.

    But now, I am ready to showoff, so here goes, after about two weeks of modding my brand new Berlingo, everything is go! and i works like a charm.

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    System Info:
    Travla C134, Via M10000
    512MB SlimRAM
    2,5" 80GB HDD
    DVD Drive
    CarTFT 12v DC/DC
    40GB 2,5" External HD (no power adaptor)
    3 x TFT 7" widescreen (1 Xenarc, 2 CarTFT's)
    ASUS WL-167G USB2.0 WLAN Adaptor
    RUWIDO keyboard (IR)
    GPS mouse BU-303

    Frontend:
    Media Engine 2.2.5 (beta)
    GPS:
    Destinator 3 and SimaCar (Europe)

    The system is powered seperately from the cars own system (same battery though) and to avoid having the standby power to drain the batt. when parked, a relay is inplemented into the central lock system so when I leave the car and lock it the power is cut completely (of couse this is after the carpc have shut down correctly)
    The carpc is turned on and off from an original citroen button I bought. The reason is that the panel had one dummy button installed, so I got the idea to use that (so the wife will use it too )
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    And now a small bunch of photos:
    Click them for larger view
    The Berlingo!!


    The contents before they where installed.


    The berlingo has two compartments 'under' the floor, which perfectly fits the Travla casing!


    ..and in the other compartment the VGA splitter/amplifier is securly placed.


    In the front for GPS and MP3 playing I have installed the Xenarc 7" (Touch)


    In the back, for the kids I have installed 2 CarTFT's. Also 7" with touch (not that it will be used, but they sent me those even though I ordered them without ) I bought the car with a "Modutop" installed and the overhead compartments then hold the TFT's when they are not in use.


    I hope you enjoyed reading and viewing?

    Regards

    Peter
    Denmark

  • #2
    Originally posted by skotte
    Hello all
    I have mostly been 'lurkin' in the forums, whenever I had a problem or just sought inspiration.

    I hope you enjoyed reading and viewing?

    Regards

    Peter
    Denmark
    Look Good, nice photo

    (Det se sku fint ud)
    Charlie
    Danmark
    Plan for project = 100%
    Part the project. = 100%
    Built...................= 99%
    Finish.................= 99%
    Install ...............= 99% -50%
    Ditail at 4u2n.dk
    Here

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    • #3
      Sweet install! Aren't you worried that someone might steal your screens? They look like they're out in the open just waiting for someone to take them....anyhow, nice install of the rear screens.

      -HD

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      • #4
        Originally posted by hd54321
        Sweet install! Aren't you worried that someone might steal your screens? They look like they're out in the open just waiting for someone to take them....anyhow, nice install of the rear screens.

        -HD
        Thanks!
        ..sure I am, thats why they detach quite easily and store in the overhead compartment. Takes just a few secs. more when getting the kids out of the car to put them away (the screens that is...)

        Regards

        Peter

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        • #5
          Originally posted by 4u2n
          Look Good, nice photo

          (Det se sku fint ud)
          Charlie
          Danmark
          Takker!

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          • #6
            That's very nice! I like the car. The Lilli's look great in the back. Very nice work.
            Renault Megane...the OEM look

            The Lost in Europe Ford Escort

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            • #7
              is it easy to use the xenarc that far forward on the dash?
              1990 Jeep Cherokee
              2000 VW Golf TDI 4dr
              2005 VW GTI MKIV - SOLD

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              • #8
                what keyboard is that? I really like your install looks sweet!!
                "I'm going back to Cali(Iraq), Cali(Iraq), Cali(Iraq), I'm going back to Cali(Iraq), Cali(Iraq), Cali(Iraq), I know so!!!!" Now I'm here!!

                By "ToneRiddle"

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                • #9
                  very nice install
                  [IIIIIIIIII]95%
                  Dynamix 7" LCD Touchscreen Monitor
                  VIA Epia M10000 Motherboard
                  Samsung 40 gig 2.5" Hard drive
                  Slimtype LSC-24082K DVD/CDRW
                  1024MB DDR RAM
                  Morex 3688 case w/ psu

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by WebDog
                    is it easy to use the xenarc that far forward on the dash?
                    It's actually not a big problem. It is still within arms reach. And I plan to generally use voice navigation (when I get it set up properly )

                    /peter

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by riddle14
                      what keyboard is that? I really like your install looks sweet!!
                      Thanks!
                      The keyboard is a RUWIDO and the price (in Denmark) is about $50 it has a mouse integrated. It is so cool for the car. Especially when setting up stuff that is NOT for touch screen. etc.

                      /peter

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                      • #12
                        i am very interested in the pictures! unfurtionatly they are not viewable anymore. Has anybody an idea how can i view these pictures ?

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