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    Arrow TDK 10" touchcreen monitor used at intel...

    this screen was used at intel and is no longer used and no i have it but, my problem is i have no idea what type of power it takes in. i'm wondering if i can create a power connector for it at all. it has 5 pins.

    on the rear it has these connectors:

    power - 5 pin
    Mouse out - PS2
    Mouse in - PS2
    RS232C - 9 pins (no idea whats it for though)
    Analog RGB input

    is has a TDK DC- DC converter right in side, don't know if this makes it easier or not. i'm not really familiar with this type of equipment so here come the questions.


    Question 1 - What is the best route to finding out the Voltage of the power and which pins to connect it to?

    also is a PS2 port ok for touchscreens seems like all are USB now, any drawbacks i will face?

    Does the DC- DC converter already on help on this project?

    need me to get any info on it i can.

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    those are found on the back panel of the screen
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    did a and found on mouser.com the DC- DC converter and the PDF
    PART
    http://www.mouser.com/?No=150&Ne=601...tegory&N=81015
    PDF
    http://www.tdk.co.jp/tefe02/ea335_cc.pdf

    THE part is CCN - 0512sf and is completely connected to the mainboard, hope this information helps, i really don't know where to start any one with ideas. please share :-)

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