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    I also got one of these boards and called Lanner for their prices...then I called Amer.com and found their AE-PLVA board is the same board and their prices for wiring kit was cheape and after the USD-CDN dollar conversion I saved even more..
    Call Wes in sales in the industrial computer division at 1-800-241-1644..he is quite intriqued with our projects....
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    How much was their wiring kit? What all came in it?

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    $66.10 USD for the 3 kits

    EM-COM-02 COM Cable Kit
    EM-UKMS-02 USB/Keyboard/Mouse/Sound Cable Kit
    EM-PLVA-CB FDD/Printer/IDE Cable Kit

    I called Lanner and they wanted to charge me $39 + $37 + $37 for these 3 kits.
    $66 sounds like a better deal to me

    Call Wes..he is cool to deal with..
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    Cyberphox -

    Glad I used my Amex card, they have a price garentee thing. If I find the same thing for a lower price, they refund the difference

    I am having a REALLY HARD time finding the cable to connect this thing to the Sharp 8.4 from e-bay.

    The closest thing I have come across so far is p/n lk-029 this seems (based on a description from a guy that had no idea what he was reading me) to be the correct connector..... who knows about the pin out ...

    I am trying to get specific data on the pin out from the mb. I called about 10 different supliers today. everyone says " we will look into it and call you back"
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    Did you download the PDF from www.lannerinc.com/users.htm ?

    They have the pinout for the lcd out in there.

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    Hmmm

    I just looked at the PDF

    labeling them 1..35 doesn't help much

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    Lemme know if they give you any info, as to Red 0..5, Blue 0..5, Green 0..5, clk, hsync, vsync, etc. Gonna need that

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    Wow... 4 in a row

    Gizmomkr... to power up the EM-586, did you just use the 5V,g,g,12V molex plug, or did you have to give power to the -12V,-5V plug too?

    If it's only the standard 5V,12V molex plug, it'll make the power supply design so much easier

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    Yeah, I know the pdf description for it sucks.... I talked to 2 suppliers, and they said they would try and get the real data..... when I asked for specific info on the pin out's one guy faxed me technical info on the actual connector ( the metal used, the type of plastic, resistance of the metal, space between the pins) I was pretty ****ed.

    and not to be raceist, but NO ONE SPEAKS ENGLISH!

    I used +12 +5 and ground on my board.

    Im guessing BJ will correct me on this, But I seem to remember : If you supply the circuit with the negative voltages it allows true seperation for the DAC's making a cleaner signal.... something like that.
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    Gizmomkr...I know what you mean about the Englsih thing...I work at a restaraunt and all the cooks speak Spanish...in hindsight I really wish that i had taken Spanish in High School instead of Latin....damn dead Latin language never did anybody any good.....

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