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  • Foxconn NT435 booksize pc power supply

    i just bought one of these babies

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16856119047

    i got this because of the space issues and it fits perfecty where i need it to.


    but i completely forgot about the power supply.
    turn on and shut down...

    it comes with an ac adapter for wall outlet.


    i looked through here but could not find what im looking for

    how do i go about managing the power for this unit?

  • #2
    The unit requires 19vDC.
    Look for a DC-DC PSU that outputs 19vDC.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    • #3
      sorry i meant shutdown startup with the car.
      i dont fully understand how that works, i tried to read but still dont.

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      • #4
        The Carnetix units have a startup/shutdown controller.
        It has a wire that is on an ignition-controlled power line. When that line goes hot (because you turned the key to the ON position), that tells the PSU to send a pulse to the motherboard, which is the equivalent of pressing the power button.
        The same thing happens when you turn the ignition off.
        Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
        How about the Wiki?



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        • #5
          oh ok, gots it.

          i thought it just shuts it down hard with no saving of anything lol.

          i think this one the button is hardwired


          on a sidenote, its fn amazing how much power these new pcs pack in such a small enclosure.
          my first pc back in 99 was P2 400mhz with whooping 64mb of ram and 4mb video card, and the whole 20 gigs of hard drive i was like daaaam all that empty space i dont think i ever fill it up, and then i started downloading garbage off the internets.

          now my HTC HD2 has about 3 4 times power and space of that first PC.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by raverx3m View Post
            i think this one the button is hardwired
            You need to crack that puppy open and find out.
            Worst-case scenario is the power button is soldered onto a circuit board and you'll have to solder the lead from the Carnetix to that location.
            Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
            How about the Wiki?



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