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    momentary > delay (2-5 sec) > momentary

    I just got my M1-ATX and it works great with the computer but i want to auto power on the LCD tviw. problem is i need to delay the pulse from the M1-ATX like 2-5 sec before the pulse gets sent to the LCD switch wires.

    any idea how to do tha?
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    A reeeealy long wire

    Or maybe a delay circuit.

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    but wont the delay circut need constant power? or how does that work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WebDog
    but wont the delay circut need constant power? or how does that work?
    I'd put a delay circuit that would trigger once it gets power. So u'd just connect it to your M1 and then to the LCD. Don't ask me how

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    yea maybe, hook a constant to pulse to the lcd power wires? ill have to try that tomarrow.
    So to do the below whats the parts list i will need?
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    Could you use the amp turn on feature of the M1-ATX? It already has a ~2-5 delay.

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    yea thats a possiblity, and just use the above circit. since thats a constant.
    What relay would i need for that?
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    This is what i see on that diagram except for the 1k uf capacitor i cant seem to find it on their site. please let me know if i found the wrong parts.

    http://www.radioshack.com/product.as...%5Fid=271-1126
    http://www.radioshack.com/product.as...%5Fid=276-1101
    http://www.radioshack.com/product.as...5Fid=275%2D241
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    I don't think that circuit above is going to accomplish what your trying to do.
    I would need a more thorough explanation as to what your trying to do.

    I'm assuming you are trying to get the screen to turn on a few seconds after the pc
    powers up? (if so.. for what reason?)

    I used delay circuits in my build which I'd be more than happy to share if thats what
    you truly need. (555 IC's)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squid
    I'm assuming you are trying to get the screen to turn on a few seconds after the pc
    powers up? (if so.. for what reason?)
    Skip the BIOS screen.

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