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  • How to mod my 10,4" TFT? pictures

    Hi folks,
    First of all, sorry for my bad english. I´m just starting my carpc proyect. I already have a 10,4" TFT but I have some questions about it. It has a clable which goes out from the VGA connection and it connect it to a power box who is connected to 220V. How could I do to connect the TFT to 12V?
    Another question, I have dismantle the TFT (look at the pictures) and I would like to intall in the dash only the screen. Do I need the plate behind the screen or only with the card and inverter the screen will work?
    Attached Files
    Epia M10000
    PW80
    40GB 3,5"
    Touchscreen 7" Lilliput
    Still "housing" it.

  • #2
    pictures

    Inside
    Attached Files
    Epia M10000
    PW80
    40GB 3,5"
    Touchscreen 7" Lilliput
    Still "housing" it.

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    • #3
      pictures

      board
      Attached Files
      Epia M10000
      PW80
      40GB 3,5"
      Touchscreen 7" Lilliput
      Still "housing" it.

      Comment


      • #4
        pictures

        back of the screen
        Attached Files
        Epia M10000
        PW80
        40GB 3,5"
        Touchscreen 7" Lilliput
        Still "housing" it.

        Comment


        • #5
          pictures

          here is the front of the screen, but it have some big scratches, I didn´t know it when I bought it in Ebay.
          Well, I would like to let it work with 12V but I don´t know how to do it, and I also would like to add convert it in a touchscreen, is it expensive this thing?

          Rubén.
          Attached Files
          Epia M10000
          PW80
          40GB 3,5"
          Touchscreen 7" Lilliput
          Still "housing" it.

          Comment


          • #6
            Do you have a picture of the power details on the 220v power box?
            The ones which list that it is 220v? Should also list the output power to the screen.
            4x4 in a turbo stylee.

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