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  • RF atx startup/shutdown.

    This is driving me insane....a year or two back somebody had a link to a remote rf atx startup module that some guy was making and now I can't find any trace of it...Plezzz think think think....
    Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate
    University of Iowa

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    Re: RF atx startup/shutdown.

    There are soooo many ways to do RF ATX start up

    1 add a remote start, after remotestarting the car, it turns on the ACC which turns on the radio and therefore turns on your ATX computer

    2 If you have an aftermarket alarm, check if it has an AUX option output, if it does, check and see if it can be programed for latched output. If it CAN, install a SPDT relay to turn on your computer.

    3 If you have an aftermarket alarm, check if it has an AUX option output, if it does, check and see if it can be programed for latched output. If it CAN NOT, install a pulse to latch relay to turn on your computer

    4 If you have aftermarket keyless entry, check if it has an AUX option output, if it does, check and see if it can be programed for latched output. If it CAN, install a SPDT relay to turn on your computer.

    5 If you have aftermarket keyless entry, if it does, check and see if it can be programed for latched output. If it CAN NOT, install a pulse to latch relay to turn on your computer


    6 This one is a little hard. If you have factory keyless entry, you can locate the fac KLE module, then locate the lock and unlock wires. install a diode on each wire then install a pair of diodes to prevent back feed to a pulse to latch relay to turn on your computer

    7 This one is a little hard. If you have factory keyless entry, you can locate the fac KLE module then locate the trunk release wire install a pulse to latch relay to turn on your computer. Besure not to wire up the trunk release wire toward the trunk unless you want to pop your trunk while starting your computer.

    8 If you don't have any types of RF remote then buy the cheapest alarm you can find as long as it has either armed out, lock and unlock out, AUX out. Then follow the steps above to convert pulse to latch output to a shutdown controller to turn on your computer.

    9 If you have any types of keyless entry, I'm sure I can find a way to do RF ATX start up. Unless its a 02 trailblazer and the likes or Jeep Cherokee. All those can be done but when you activate the door lock system, it will either turn on or turn off your computer.

    If you're die hard on having RF ATX start I have 2 words for you "have fun"

    Originally posted by Kinnish
    This is driving me insane....a year or two back somebody had a link to a remote rf atx startup module that some guy was making and now I can't find any trace of it...Plezzz think think think....
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    • #3
      Thanks for the response and information. The problem is that my mission is not having to do any wiring. What I'd like to do is the exact module/kit I saw once posted here 2 years ago. It is an adapter that plugs inline with the ATX and has a little pack with a battery or two so that when the remote is pressed the module then trips the power sw wire, thus starting the computer.
      Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate
      University of Iowa

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      • #4
        Mission accomplished......wahooo
        Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate
        University of Iowa

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        • #5
          do you have a link to the item you are discussing?
          "if everything is under control, you're not going fast enough!"

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          • #6
            Etrik....here ya go buddy....maybe we can get them to ship to the U.S. LINK
            Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate
            University of Iowa

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            • #7
              Pretty narly...

              What's that in US coinage?

              -Mario

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              • #8
                I believe US to AUS is like 1:2 so like $30-40.


                just checked $77AUD is like $40USD

                birrman54

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                • #9
                  approx half that price in $US
                  http://austmp3car.tk

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                  • #10
                    damn you beat me
                    http://austmp3car.tk

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                    • #11
                      Think we can get a group of people here in the U.S. to go into a group buy to see if we can have them ship it to the U.S.....Or have a nice Aussie on the forum buy a few and have him\her ship it
                      Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate
                      University of Iowa

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                      • #12
                        Group buy's are good...

                        Although I should probably see if they ship to the US first...

                        -Mario

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                        • #13
                          http://www.oatleyelectronics.com/kits/k095.html
                          2 channel kit.. you will need to buy the remote seperately though.. still, it only costs 17bucks for the remote (or perhaps you may have one that will work with it) and the reciever costs 27bucks.. ALL AUSTRALIAN BUCKS!!!!! also, why couldn't you use IR remote?? like the circuit on Aarons site??
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                          • #14
                            an ir remote would suck because it can't go through metal...

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                            • #15
                              no go on the international ordering:
                              "Yes, if you live in Australia or New Zealand we can sell to you - if you live anywhere else outside Australia or New Zealand, we can't sell to you or reply to your e-mails. Sorry to disappoint all you guys in Indonesia, the Philippines, and eastern European countries that keep ordering thousands of dollars worth of gear on fake or stolen credit cards - we're not going to send it to you even if you offer to arrange Fed Ex pickup! Orders from countries other than Australia and New Zealand will be cancelled automatically, as we've found from a survey of foreign orders that almost all of them do not ever result in a sale - the cost of freight from Australia to other countries, the time it takes to get there by post, and the fact that we can't take an overseas credit card puts the few genuine customers off, and the rest of the orders were attempts to obtain goods by credit card fraud. So, no orders or emails will be responded to from outside Australia or New Zealand."
                              "if everything is under control, you're not going fast enough!"

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