Post #23 shows exactly what you get. This is the website i bought it at
The 7' system which INCLUDES the controller is 98-0003-3112-8. Then you need to search for the 7312256 part number which is the USB to MOLEX cable that plugs into the 3M controller and makes it a complete set up.
So for price the 3M Capacitive screen was about $45, the USB cable was i think $13 and shipping was $9 and i received it in about 4 days from order. So it total about $67.
If you don't have the skills to fabricate or if you don't feel like going through the hassle then you can buy the one on ebay from tft_lcd_org. but for about $100 cheaper you can get this and DIY. I figured most people on this forum and looking into this has already fab'd a lot for their set up and are completely capable of doing this.
Just my 2 cents.
My friends see me putting a computer in my car and ask "Why?". I saw there was no computer in my car and asked "Why not?" - Ripoff of Robert Kennedy
I finally got around to installing the 3M capacitive screen into my EBY701 and it fits beautifully. I took a dremmel and shaved off the clips that held in the old resistive screen and LCD.
The Capacitive glass fit literally almost perfectly inside the mounting screw location. It overhangs the actual open area but 1/4 to 1/2 an inch in certain places. I placed the LCD on the back and used the securing tabs which screw into place to secure it on top of the capacitive glass. Connected everything back together, plugged it in and vuala! 10 times more clearer then with the resistive face.
I had to install the 3M software from their website because Windows 7 didn't recognize the controller as a pen and touch application. Once the software was installed it calibrated excellently and worked like a charm. The capacitive touch is very fluid and easy to touch, its not hard like the resistive screen. The accuracy was a lot better as well, there is an option with the calibration to adjust how close to the edges the touch goes.
I am VERY pleased with my purchase and it was exactly what i was hoping for. When i fabricate the front of the monitor with the bezel in my car I will go the whole 9 yards and seal the connection between the capacitive screen and monitor front as well as with the LCD behind it. But for now it was a successful test with outstanding results.
I have pictures of it installed and of me doing the fab work with the dremel but the dimensions of the pictures are too big to upload for here i guess.... If anyone wants to send me a msg i can send them via email..
If anyone has any questions about this just let me know, i'll be more then happy to inform anyone who is thinking about doing this. I was a little skeptical at first but i figured why not and i'm so glad i did.
Still highly recommended to anyone who wants to go capacitive...
hey, madnezz and truckin' .. i almost forgot, where are those pics? everyone knows that a you can write five pages on here and it won't tell me as much as a little pic r' two!
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