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    http://www.custom.it/ing/oem/11-21.htm

    I was looking at the sdx-100-12
    Car computer and console.

    Shuttle FV-24, 100gig, DVD, 10.4 VGA TFT, 866MHz, 128MB Ram, Keyspan remote, DC-DC

  • #2
    The specs look good, but it's price and availability that matter
    www.arbybean.com

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    • #3
      I would certainly not go for the 100W model, but the 160W looks decent enough...

      Do you know how much these cost??

      And the Vmin is 9V, which I suppose is OK but not that much better than an inverter.

      And I like how the page says 24 or 48V input, but the PDF says 12... hmm

      buy yeah, we gotta find out how much one of these suckahs costs!!
      IN DEVELOPMENT -- '96 Mustang, lilliput with PII/450 laptop, custom DC-DC power supply, 60GB; Garmin GPS; 802.11g; compact keyboard, small graphical LCDs, OBDII.

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      • #4
        I e-mailed the US office in Arizona, no response, big surprise...
        Car computer and console.

        Shuttle FV-24, 100gig, DVD, 10.4 VGA TFT, 866MHz, 128MB Ram, Keyspan remote, DC-DC

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        • #5
          It's small, but the dimensions are just out bounds for my MSI-6215.

          I'll have to wait around and get Jeff's PSU.
          SnackPack
          First Player: Obscured
          Second Try: No Web Page Yet, using MSI-6215

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          • #6
            What is Jeff's PSU?
            Car computer and console.

            Shuttle FV-24, 100gig, DVD, 10.4 VGA TFT, 866MHz, 128MB Ram, Keyspan remote, DC-DC

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            • #7
              Originally posted by steve671:
              <STRONG>What is Jeff's PSU?</STRONG>
              http://skylab.org/~chugga/mpegbox/MPBS1/index.html
              MPEGBOX - Plexiglass Computer
              www.mpegbox.com

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              • #8
                Jeff,

                How much would one of these you made run? Also, how much cheaper for just the PCB and parts?
                SnackPack
                First Player: Obscured
                Second Try: No Web Page Yet, using MSI-6215

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by SnackPack:
                  <STRONG>Jeff,

                  How much would one of these you made run? Also, how much cheaper for just the PCB and parts?</STRONG>
                  I'll sell the pcb and plans for $40.

                  I think I'll sell a couple of the completed units on ebay and see what their worth.

                  Jeff
                  MPEGBOX - Plexiglass Computer
                  www.mpegbox.com

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                  • #10
                    Jeff,
                    Do you sell those assembled? If so how much? I would like to buy one.
                    Thanks
                    Car computer and console.

                    Shuttle FV-24, 100gig, DVD, 10.4 VGA TFT, 866MHz, 128MB Ram, Keyspan remote, DC-DC

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                    • #11
                      Jeff, how much do the parts run? Are they easy to obtain?
                      SnackPack
                      First Player: Obscured
                      Second Try: No Web Page Yet, using MSI-6215

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by steve671:
                        <STRONG>Jeff,
                        Do you sell those assembled? If so how much? I would like to buy one.
                        Thanks</STRONG>
                        Yes I do. I am going to sell them this xmas break. I will probably do ebay unless you really want it fast and are willing to pay me lots of $ :-)

                        All of the parts can be bought from digikey and mouser. Except for the board which I have custom made. And the heatsinks which I have to run through the band saw and drill press, I get them at true value hardware.

                        As for how much they cost? Ok, the parts cost about 80-90 dollars from digikey and mouser. The boards costs me 20 + shipping. The heatsinks cost about 5 if I don't include all the overhead of drilling them out. Then there is about 6 hours of labor. I sold the first one for 100 bucks. I am using one in my car with my new mp3 player and it is great. And I just sold the latest version to a guy for 200 bucks. So, like I said, if you really want one, you won't be disapointed if you use it like it was designed. But this is one my hobbies, I am a full time electrical engineer and I just do this for fun. Since I don't know what to charge people, I'm going to try the ebay thing.

                        Jeff
                        MPEGBOX - Plexiglass Computer
                        www.mpegbox.com

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