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    MiniTouch 700 Blue Wire.

    Anyone know what the Blue wire on the MiniTouch700 power harness is for? The Manual only covers Black/Red which is obviously +12V & Ground

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    I'd guess it's a remote wire, similar to the remote wire for an amp.
    You might try looking in the user guide, or ask the seller.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert View Post
    I'd guess it's a remote wire, similar to the remote wire for an amp.
    You might try looking in the user guide, or ask the seller.
    I did.. It has no mention of the blue wire...

    Bought from Mo-Co-So so I guess I'll run it by Chris..

    Thanks

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    It might be a backup camera wire. I don't remember what color mine is on my Lilliput, but I remember reading that the Minitouch has a camera function, too.

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    I have the MiniTouch 700 and i was wondering about that blue wire. The MiniTouch will auto switch to the backup cam as soon as the cam gets power.

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    the blue wire is a second way to get auto-switch working. In additional to the automatic switch method, you can apply power to that wire to have it switch. It's just another option basically. Very nice to have options!
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    That blue wire was blanked out inside my monitor. is it connected in your, if so can you post a picture of it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gigy View Post
    That blue wire was blanked out inside my monitor. is it connected in your, if so can you post a picture of it?
    I'll take a look tomorrow for you..

    Thanks Sonicxtacy02..

    Pretty nice monitor. You can definitely tell it was intended for the CarPC environment over the likes of Xenarc/Liliput.

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