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    I'm using the only serial port I have, so I can't intergrate the UPS controller solution found here
    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/show...3&postcount=21
    But I still want to use the circuit for my 'shutdown controller'. So I aim to find a way to send a pulse (to trigger a relay) to hit the power button (thus shutting off the computer) when i lose 12v+ on my acc. I think if I take this circuit
    http://www.the12volt.com/relays/page5.asp#ctm
    and move the cap/resistor to the 12v+ side, it should do the trick, correct? If not, whats the proper way to do this?
    thanks in advance

    EDIT: er, what i wrote is definately not the way to do it. That'll only give it additional power for a second or two after loss, right? I'm lost at this point
    Now, if you wanna go the Car pC route, this is the right forum for you. You can surf gay porn, listen to all your copywright infringed music and use GPS to find your way from one end of the driveway to the other -J187
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