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  • ITPS and PW-70a wiring pics

    In this picture of the ITPS:



    Cable 1 has 3 wires into it (white, red, black). This is what I think you are saying to do with them.

    Black: Ground to chassis
    Red: Constant 12v power (battery/head unit)
    White: Switched 12v power (ACC on head unit/cig lighter)

    Cable 2 I assume is the wire that I will use the connect the ITPS to the power supply. Is this correct? And if so, how do I connect it to the power supply? do I cut the plug off and connect the red wire and black wire to corresponding wires on the power supply?

    Here is the power supply:



    I assume that when I mount in the car, I will cut off the 12v adapter plug off of the grey/black wires.

    Black: (wire 1) will be grounded to the chassis
    Grey: (wire 2) will be connected to the ITPS (how and to which ITPS wires (red or black or both)

    Also, the power supply only has one FDD power connector and one HD power connector. I will need to power a 2.5" HD and a slim-line DVD drive from this power supply. How is this done? The slim-line to IDE adapter has a power cable comming out of it. Do I just plug this into the HD power cable. Do I just cut the connectors off of the HD and FDD power wires and use the 12v rail (the RED wires) from both as 12v power lines?

    Also, where do I power the 7" Lilliput. Do I connect that the the power supply? If so how?? or do I find another 12v wire in my car and splice into that??
    STATUS: Planning / In Progress / Completed
    COMPLETE: [*********] 100%
    CAR: '02 Mitsubishi Lancer OZ Rally
    SYSTEM: EPIA M10000
    GPS: HaiCOMM 303e GPS, Routis 2004
    DISPLAY: 7" Xenarc 700TSV
    POWER: OPUS PW-70a + ITPS Combo
    MISC: DVD, WLAN

  • #2
    Me too! (lol)

    Can someone help with this? I have the exact same setup I will be installing next week

    Thanks!

    Lacoste

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    • #3
      Attached Files

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      • #4
        Thanks for the diagram. What about the screen, where would it get powered from? The same leads that go from the ITPS to the power supply?

        Lacoste

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        • #5
          great stuff
          DICE Los Angeles
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          • #6
            Originally posted by cpjolicoeur
            In this picture of the ITPS:



            Cable 1 has 3 wires into it (white, red, black). This is what I think you are saying to do with them.

            Black: Ground to chassis
            Red: Constant 12v power (battery/head unit)
            White: Switched 12v power (ACC on head unit/cig lighter)

            Cable 2 I assume is the wire that I will use the connect the ITPS to the power supply. Is this correct? And if so, how do I connect it to the power supply? do I cut the plug off and connect the red wire and black wire to corresponding wires on the power supply?

            Here is the power supply:



            I assume that when I mount in the car, I will cut off the 12v adapter plug off of the grey/black wires.

            Black: (wire 1) will be grounded to the chassis
            Grey: (wire 2) will be connected to the ITPS (how and to which ITPS wires (red or black or both)

            Also, the power supply only has one FDD power connector and one HD power connector. I will need to power a 2.5" HD and a slim-line DVD drive from this power supply. How is this done? The slim-line to IDE adapter has a power cable comming out of it. Do I just plug this into the HD power cable. Do I just cut the connectors off of the HD and FDD power wires and use the 12v rail (the RED wires) from both as 12v power lines?

            Also, where do I power the 7" Lilliput. Do I connect that the the power supply? If so how?? or do I find another 12v wire in my car and splice into that??
            Hi,
            the monitor lilliput quietly connect it After the exit stabilized to 12v of the ITPS, you will see that and' ok.
            Mauri

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            • #7
              *off topic*

              I read at essencompu.com that the PW-70a puts out 120W. Any Truth to this?
              http://www.essencompu.com/nUpplysingar.asp?ID=6479

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              • #8
                PW-70A power

                The page at Mini-box.com says 'up to 120W', and later on the actual shopping cart item says 100+W , so it's somewhere inbetween there probably

                L

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