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    ELO Power Pinout

    Been searching and searching for what I would assume would be easy to find, but have had no luck. Just got my "new" ELO 15" touch (Model Number; ET1525L-7SWA-B) and it has no power cord, which was to be expected. Problem is I, being the *** that I am, assumed it used a standard monitor power cable, and it doesn't. So, I tore it apart, got to the board with the power connector on it, and there are 5 metal pins soldered to the board. Four for the four pins in the connector, and one for what looks to be shielding around the inside diameter of the connector.

    I figured I would find a pinout, and solder some wires to the underside of the board for power, but I can't seem to find a pinout for this thing anywhere. I could test and see which pins on the board coincide with pins in the connector, but I still wouldn't have any idea which were power and ground.

    So, if anyone can find a pinout, or tell me a way to determine which pins are ground/power it would be greatly appreciated.

    And if anyone wants a pic of it, I can take one. It kinda looks like the female end of this.

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    Pinout

    two +12 vdc, and the other two are ground which is the same as the outer sheild. i'll post some sort of drawing and power spec later

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    Part #451810-000. 12 VDC@5A 4 pin,1&2 +,3&4 - As your pic the top 02 are pin 1,2 and bottom pins are ground. and here is driver 4 it http://www.elotouch.com/files/unrest...s/SW600650.exe
    good luck

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    Much thanks!

    Now the question is: is there a supplier of those mini-Din's...
    Radio Shack has never heard of them, my former boss uses plugs like that for his mini-DVR's (portable security camera trailers) and said they're expensive ($50) but I think he was including the 120VAC to 12VDC supply as well.

    Anybody know a good connector/plug outlet, erm, store?

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    You can find the same plug on those external devices(Ext. DVD, NAS, or Ext 3.5 hard drive) but req'd some mod to it since this monitor take 2 12v dc not 01 12v, and 01 5v like those devices, or you can solder directly on to the PCB. Good Luck

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    Right, that's my current plan (get it, "current"? ha ha ha...*ahem*)

    unless I can find a mini-Din of that sort

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