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  • A simple delayed power-off circuit

    I've put a simple delayed power-off circuit into my system. Keeps it powered for about 10 minutes after I've taken the key out of the ignition. Cheap & effective. This issue has come up before here, so if anyone's interested, here's a diagram & description:
    http://www.astron.nl/~smirnov/poweroff.html
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    Fully custom Linux-based system on an '89 VW GTI 16V Wolfsburg Edition
    Dual in-dash CD-ROMs, jogdial volume control, Sony joystick on the steering column, IR remote...
    and still more HP than MHz


    [This message has been edited by Oms (edited 10-26-2000).]
    Custom Linux system on an '89 VW GTI 16V Edition One
    Jogdial volume control, Sony joystick, IR remote...
    Used to be the fastest Linux on the road, until all these NOS types came along...

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    Great circuit, looks like something similar ive seen in the ea mag.

    Andi
    http://www.andicorp.com
    Andi

    http://www.andicorp.com
    Setup: P233MMX, 32MBRAM, 8.4GB HD, CUSTOM DC2DC, 40x2 LCD.

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    • #3
      oms: nice..... It looks like a simple thing to do. Now can i get all the parts u used for the shutdown unit from radio shack and how much will the whole thing cost ?

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      • #4
        It's dirt cheap . I'd guess no more than $10 for all the parts. Radio Shack should have everything. I've updated the page with a parts list, so take a look.

        Custom Linux system on an '89 VW GTI 16V Edition One
        Jogdial volume control, Sony joystick, IR remote...
        Used to be the fastest Linux on the road, until all these NOS types came along...

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