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    I buy a kiosk 10.4" LCD and Touchscreen but in my first connection my I/O Board burn, can i use the LCD and the Touchscreen to connect it on another PC??

    The lcd is a toshiba 10.4 LCD TFT #LTM10C306J
    an the Tochscreen is Toughtouch Flat Sensor #83-5561-011

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    I don't know if anyone has an answer for this question yet but i would like the same information. I didn't burn up anything but I would like to connect this touchscreen to another computer. Also the touchscreen will not calibrate correctly and I would also like to know if I can buy another overlay and about how much would one be.

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      • #4
        So you are looking for real help? Sorry, you wont find on this forum.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Hindmost View Post
          So you are looking for real help? Sorry, you wont find on this forum.

          only people with this type of **** attitude won't get help.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by acollaro View Post
            I don't know if anyone has an answer for this question yet but i would like the same information. I didn't burn up anything but I would like to connect this touchscreen to another computer. Also the touchscreen will not calibrate correctly and I would also like to know if I can buy another overlay and about how much would one be.
            The Tough Touch panels are capacitive, and made by Microtouch (3M).
            This is older technology, and the data sheets for the controller and touch panel are difficult/impossible to locate.
            These panels were commenly used in the older 12.1" Planar monitors.
            The controllers are serial, and you make setting changes to the bios not to software.
            They are a real pita to calibrate, and keep calibrated.

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            • #7
              Thanks for the feedback motorcity. So it would be hard to make these screens work with another system?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by acollaro View Post
                Thanks for the feedback motorcity. So it would be hard to make these screens work with another system?
                That is what he said, yes. pita = Pain in the a$$.
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                • #9
                  I know this is a rather old thread, but I bought one of these computers back in the days, and browsed this forum again lately to see what was doable with them. Their processors are rather slow for 2012, but the screen is still OK quality for a multimedia machine.

                  I have found a solution for converting the LTM10C306J LCD panel that was on this kiosk PC, I am currently using it as a VGA monitor with one of the converter boards I got from a seller on ebay going by the name chinatobby2011; he did the extra mile finding compatible data for the LCD while other sellers all told me they couldn't do anything. Anyway, at about 25$ for a converter kit (you might need an extra wire for the CCFL backlight...) I think its a deal

                  http://www.ebay.ca/itm/170897772215?...84.m1439.l2649
                  -Mars

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