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  • OPUS Small Problem

    Hi all

    Well i got a small problem i used search and all that stuff but for some reason couldnít find much but i am sure its been answered.

    My problem is this i connected everything correctly i hope any ways and everything has the power and it worked fine few times but for some reason when i was pecking everything up and making everything look nice, i finished all with that and turn the car on nothing happen i was like but i looked at the OPUS and the green light is blinking and every 5 or 10 seconds the fan on the mobo starts up and stops its seems like there is no enough power to keep it going or something and the opus green light keeps blinking can some 1 help me with that.tnx

    oh 1 more thing that i can curious is also i can hear a engine noise not to much just little bit but was wondering can you get rid of it complete and also i received with lilput VGA cable with usb plug but what is the usb plug for and do i need to plug it in the LILPut screen ?

    tnx heaps
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    sorry I don't know the answer to your first question because I am also a newbie. I actually don't even have a carputer yet. But anyway I think the usb cable goes from the LCD to the computer and that is what allows the touchscreen to work. Without the usb it's just a regular LCD.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by LABARINTH101
      sorry I don't know the answer to your first question because I am also a newbie. I actually don't even have a carputer yet. But anyway I think the usb cable goes from the LCD to the computer and that is what allows the touchscreen to work. Without the usb it's just a regular LCD.

      okay but if that is so that do i need to plug in the usb in the computer as well as in the screen or is the screen usb plug for somethjing else ?? coz that is what i though as well but it got me confuesd coz there is usb plug on the lcd as well ??

      and also pllz ppl can you help me ?

      tnx
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      • #4
        guys guys guys please read the manual (RTFM) before you blow something up or

        the usb plug on the lilliput lcd is not a usb plug it is the composite in to the monitor

        plug that into a usb port at your peril and take pictures as I want to see the smoke on the mobo and screen
        Nano ITX / 512 MB / 60 GB / Panasonic slot load / M1-ATX / Bu303 / Sound blaster 24 / PPi amps / rockford sub

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        • #5
          Originally posted by SAScooby
          guys guys guys please read the manual (RTFM) before you blow something up or

          the usb plug on the lilliput lcd is not a usb plug it is the composite in to the monitor

          plug that into a usb port at your peril and take pictures as I want to see the smoke on the mobo and screen

          man i couldnít find **** and believe me if i head manual i would but it seems like they donít believe in sending 1 with the screen ? can you point me to manual and also what you saying if you would plug in the usb that is hooked on agp cable and if you plug that in the screen it will blow ?


          So the usb plug that is hooked on agp connector goes in to the computer m I right on that 1?
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          • #6
            check the cd that came with the screen

            the manual is probably there

            if not search this site or visit digitalww.com they probably have it

            the setup is simple

            vga in is connected via the round plug to another round plug that has a cable with a 15 pin vga connector on it, that takes care of that, if you have a touchscreen look for a little "offshoot" connector USB, that is for the touchscreen, the composite in are RCA connectors and they plug into the pseudo usb on the side of the screen, dont plug anything else in there other than the rca video in
            Nano ITX / 512 MB / 60 GB / Panasonic slot load / M1-ATX / Bu303 / Sound blaster 24 / PPi amps / rockford sub

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            • #7
              yeah i got it now just normal agp to video card and usb that is usb that is on the pic in red that goes in to a computer simple as that lucky me i connected that **** in lcd man huh no smoke no noithin screen works thank god

              do u know my other problem by any chance?

              Sa is that right ?
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              • #8
                can some 1 give me some suggestions plz i searched but cant find much and i am sure some 1 must of head simmilar problem ??
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                • #9
                  Check your connections. If the power supply is blinking once every 3-4 sec. that means it's in stanby. Check if you have 12V on the yellow (blue in some cases) wire.
                  I'll spout simplistic opinions for hours on end.
                  Ridicule anyone who disagrees with me,
                  and generally foster divisiveness,
                  cynicism and lower level of public dialog!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by KaiTech
                    Check your connections. If the power supply is blinking once every 3-4 sec. that means it's in stanby. Check if you have 12V on the yellow (blue in some cases) wire.

                    tnx man i will try that and also i just actually received manual for opus with all the instructions and troubleshooting stuff including the blinking lights and etc so i will see what the problem might be. T
                    The pic above the usb that is in red that goes in the usb on the computer m i right just to be 100% sure? thank you very much ....

                    Lano
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                    • #11
                      The top cable (in your picture) is the VGA and Touch screen cable. Connect the VGA and USB connectors to your computer. Connect the DIN connector to the matching DIN connector dangling from the back of your Lilliput.

                      The cable on bottom is the composite video and audio cable. The 4 pin (USB style) connector connects to to the 4 pin (USB style) connector on the side of your Lilliput. The right angle power connector connects to the power connector on the side of your Lilliput. Two of the RCA connectorss are your video inputs (Video 1, Video 2). I think it's the Yellow and Red. The other RCA connector is the audio input to the built in speaker inside your Lilliput. I think it's the White one. The power connector on this end of the cable receives the matching power connector on the end of your DC-DC 12V power egg or your AC wall adapter.

                      I don't recall for sure but I think all of this information is availabe in the Lilliput Sticky.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by rando
                        The top cable (in your picture) is the VGA and Touch screen cable. Connect the VGA and USB connectors to your computer. Connect the DIN connector to the matching DIN connector dangling from the back of your Lilliput.

                        The cable on bottom is the composite video and audio cable. The 4 pin (USB style) connector connects to to the 4 pin (USB style) connector on the side of your Lilliput. The right angle power connector connects to the power connector on the side of your Lilliput. Two of the RCA connectorss are your video inputs (Video 1, Video 2). I think it's the Yellow and Red. The other RCA connector is the audio input to the built in speaker inside your Lilliput. I think it's the White one. The power connector on this end of the cable receives the matching power connector on the end of your DC-DC 12V power egg or your AC wall adapter.

                        I don't recall for sure but I think all of this information is availabe in the Lilliput Sticky.
                        Sweet as man its cristal clear now tnx

                        OH and 1 more thing i done search and etc but couldnít find to many Mitsubishi cars does anyone know any forums or pictures with car pc in them and especially screen mounting tnx..
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                        • #13
                          Sorry about the size of this but i did`nt know how to make if smaller.............it`s a guide to the opus board.
                          james


                          sorry i think it`s for the90w board ,but i think the reasons for the flashes are the same
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                          • #14
                            I had the same problem you are having with the Opus 90w power supply. I took it apart and put it back together5 or 6 times before it started working properly. I never found anything wrong with the wiring so I'm guessing it must have been a loose connection. Check ALL of your connections to make sure that they are tight. Check to make sure you have 12V+ on the BAT+ and IGN+ wires going into your Opus. Make sure you have a good ground. Make sure you have the Green/White wire connected to the MB correctly. This is the wire I suspected to be loose. And to confirm what you already know, the cable with the din plug and VGA/USB connections does get hooked up as stated above. The din connects to the short cable with the din connector on the LCD and the VGA end connects to the VGA port on the computer and the USB offshoot from the VGA connects to a USB port on the computer. The USB is for the touchscreen. Hope this helps.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by jeremyp111
                              I had the same problem you are having with the Opus 90w power supply. I took it apart and put it back together5 or 6 times before it started working properly. I never found anything wrong with the wiring so I'm guessing it must have been a loose connection. Check ALL of your connections to make sure that they are tight. Check to make sure you have 12V+ on the BAT+ and IGN+ wires going into your Opus. Make sure you have a good ground. Make sure you have the Green/White wire connected to the MB correctly. This is the wire I suspected to be loose. And to confirm what you already know, the cable with the din plug and VGA/USB connections does get hooked up as stated above. The din connects to the short cable with the din connector on the LCD and the VGA end connects to the VGA port on the computer and the USB offshoot from the VGA connects to a USB port on the computer. The USB is for the touchscreen. Hope this helps.
                              tnx heaps venom and jeremy
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