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  • CarNetix CNX-P5V Point Of Load Regulator Now Shipping

    CarNetix is pleased to announce the CNX-P5V (+5V/15 watt Point of Load regulator) is now shipping and will be in stock at the MP3Car Store by the end of this week. The P5V is a small switching regulator that is designed to provide +5V power (up to 3 amps) for USB powered hubs and devices (such as the Audigy 2NX sound card). The P5V is a plug-in add-on to the CNX-P1900 (no soldering required), or can be used as a stand-alone +5V POL regulator in non-P1900 applications.

    For more information on this product, please see our website and Support Forum.
    MikeH

  • #2
    Good, get em accross to LinITX
    Old setup
    Epia M10k, Cubid 2699R case, 512MB, 40GB 3.5" drive
    New setup
    Optiplex 260SX (2.8GHz P4, 512MB, 30GB, DVD)
    Xenarc 700IDT, USB hub, 802.11g, bluetooth, P2140, P5V

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    • #3
      ...waitin' to hear from Chris.
      MikeH

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      • #4
        Yea, I got a reply to a query I made about them from Chris...

        Carnetix have informed me that they are expecting to receive the new
        CNX-P5V in the next few days.

        We should be able to get them in stock in approx 7 - 10 days after that.


        I might get everything ordered and fitted before the show on the next to last weekend in July
        Old setup
        Epia M10k, Cubid 2699R case, 512MB, 40GB 3.5" drive
        New setup
        Optiplex 260SX (2.8GHz P4, 512MB, 30GB, DVD)
        Xenarc 700IDT, USB hub, 802.11g, bluetooth, P2140, P5V

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        • #5
          Yea, I got a reply to a query I made about them from Chris...
          The P5V is on its way to LinITX now.

          The P5V Installation Manual is now available for download from our website. Please post any questions in our P5V forum.

          Enjoy!
          MikeH

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          • #6
            It is also controlled by the DLYON control of the P1900 so that you can safely power down your USB devices when you ignition is off.

            Missing a letter.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by MrPerfectionest
              It is also controlled by the DLYON control of the P1900 so that you can safely power down your USB devices when you ignition is off.

              Missing a letter.

              LOL - You match your nick anyway!!!!

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              • #8
                Well it's ordered and expected in a couple of days, along with a P1290, case power leads, 3 screen leads (2 will have the plugs changed to fit my DVD and Hub), another hub (unpowered), 512MB memory and a 5m active USB extension.....

                Any instructions (with pics) for wiring the P5V to the P1290 Mike ???
                Old setup
                Epia M10k, Cubid 2699R case, 512MB, 40GB 3.5" drive
                New setup
                Optiplex 260SX (2.8GHz P4, 512MB, 30GB, DVD)
                Xenarc 700IDT, USB hub, 802.11g, bluetooth, P2140, P5V

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                • #9
                  Yes...HERE. Let me know if you run into any problems or have questions not answered in the docs.
                  MikeH

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                  • #10
                    Mark....oops. I mis-interpreted your question. I will add a section to the P5V Installation Manual shortly for the P1290 install.

                    Edit: DONE! 7/11/05 12:55PM EST
                    MikeH

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                    • #11
                      Very cool, I'll have to pick one up to power my USB hub.

                      I just wish you guys offered something closer to a 200w PSU!! Then I'd be sold completely on your gear.

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                      • #12
                        I just wish you guys offered something closer to a 200w PSU!!
                        ...thanks, but, too much competition...
                        MikeH

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by MikeH
                          Mark....oops. I mis-interpreted your question. I will add a section to the P5V Installation Manual shortly for the P1290 install.

                          Edit: DONE! 7/11/05 12:55PM EST
                          You're a star Mike. I just got back from the coast and I thought I'd check if you'd done an update....

                          Old setup
                          Epia M10k, Cubid 2699R case, 512MB, 40GB 3.5" drive
                          New setup
                          Optiplex 260SX (2.8GHz P4, 512MB, 30GB, DVD)
                          Xenarc 700IDT, USB hub, 802.11g, bluetooth, P2140, P5V

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                          • #14
                            Sorted....



                            Old setup
                            Epia M10k, Cubid 2699R case, 512MB, 40GB 3.5" drive
                            New setup
                            Optiplex 260SX (2.8GHz P4, 512MB, 30GB, DVD)
                            Xenarc 700IDT, USB hub, 802.11g, bluetooth, P2140, P5V

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                            • #15
                              Good work Mark!
                              MikeH

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