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  • ASUS AT3IONT-I Deluxe board

    I want to power the new ASUS AT3IONT-I Deluxe in my van. The board has DC power built in, and comes with a 90W Adapter & Power Cord. Great for HTPC users, not so much for me. How could I power this board without using an inverter?

    They also make a non-deluxe version which does not have on-board power or wifi...and is impossible to find for sale in the US.

    Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

  • #2
    you might be able to power it using a laptop-type power supply, as long as the voltage output of the a/c adapter, and the dc-dc unit are the same--i can't seem to find the voltage output of the power supply, so can't be sure..
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    • #3
      Yes, that most likely will be the best way to go. I have found a couple of websites that may sell what I need when I determine the voltage. http://www.lindelectronics.com and http://powerstream.com seem like they may be helpful, but that solution is also expensive.

      I ordered that board today and hopefully will be able to make some progress when it arrives.

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      • #4
        P2140 will do it as long as you set it up right. I am using that now to power my carpc and works. that board is really nice. It is the upgrade to the one i got a few months ago.
        2009 Volkswagon Tiguan
        Custom Built Carpc, Only way to go

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        • #5
          You'll have to take a standard intelligent automotive PSU and cut off a hard drive connector then take the yellow wire (+12 volts) and the black wire closest to it and then connect them to the power connector from the included power supply.

          The startup/shutdown control will just be taken care of by the power button header on the motherboard. Most intelligent PSUs just have a connector that hooks up to it.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by PaulF View Post
            You'll have to take a standard intelligent automotive PSU and cut off a hard drive connector then take the yellow wire (+12 volts) and the black wire closest to it and then connect them to the power connector from the included power supply.

            The startup/shutdown control will just be taken care of by the power button header on the motherboard. Most intelligent PSUs just have a connector that hooks up to it.

            careful about the power requirements-- i know some of the zotac and intel boards with a single power input require a 19 volt dc power supply-- so a standard atx power supply might or might not work, depending on the board.
            My OLD 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT:
            "The Project That Never Ended, until it did"


            next project? subaru brz
            carpc undecided

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            • #7
              this is what i use just cut the light socket adapter off and wire to 12v fused line

              http://www.canadacomputers.com/index...id=NBK.276.844

              SNO

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              • #8
                that would work, assuming that it outputs the correct voltage.

                but that would not auto power on/off the computer-- you need a inteligent power supply to do that
                My OLD 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT:
                "The Project That Never Ended, until it did"


                next project? subaru brz
                carpc undecided

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                • #9
                  So when I get the board in a few days, how do I determine the voltage? Is it possible the power supply adapter will have the voltage printed on it?

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                  • #10
                    sorry to step on your toes PaulF...

                    the power will more than likely be 19v (power brick info - first place i looked)

                    ima go out on a limb here and guess that power brick is the same (19v?) as the itxion and mag from zotac, assume they are the same -HERE- is 1 power solution (read thoroughly cause its not perfect) that was reviewed.

                    P2140 is a bit over kill IMHO but so is the board for a car pc...

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                    • #11
                      i believe this is a 12volt board. at least that is what it looks like
                      2009 Volkswagon Tiguan
                      Custom Built Carpc, Only way to go

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Sleepyz0mby View Post
                        the power will more than likely be 19v (power brick info - first place i looked)
                        I finally got a chance to look at the board and the adapter is almost identical to the one linked above.

                        Model - ADP 90CD DB
                        Input - 100-240V ~ 1.5A 50-60Hz
                        Output - 19V ~ 4.74A

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                        • #13
                          this ASUS deluxe it's 12volt's board? or not? i not understand....
                          Case - Neo Case (www.lex.com.tw)
                          Proc - Intel Pentium M 1Ghz
                          Chip - Intel 82852 GM
                          HDD - 2.5" 120GB WD 5400RPM (SATA)+IDEtoSATA converter
                          512 MB DDR2 PC5400
                          XDX 7" Sensor TM - VGA Monitor
                          MB - MI853AW (input voltage - wide range, 9V-32V)

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                          • #14
                            SleepyZomby is probably right. I made an assumption which is probably incorrect.

                            Nearly every asus DC power supply is 19 volts, this is probably the same. When you get the board, the power supply it comes with will almost definitely have the voltage printed on it. If not, you can always check with a multimeter.
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                            Micro Control Center... Control Your Car Across the Internet
                            http://www.mp3car.com/fusion-brain/1...-internet.html

                            Website: (It's a work in progress, really. All my projects have taken me from ever really developing it.)
                            http://paulfurtado.com/

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                            • #15
                              Any update on this, I'm looking to get the same board. I'm thinkin the P1900 or 2140 would do the deed, and I've been looking around for other options and can't quite find anything I'm really comfortable with.
                              My friends see me putting a computer in my car and ask "Why?". I saw there was no computer in my car and asked "Why not?" - Ripoff of Robert Kennedy

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