Yes, there is a menu button, but is seems do nothing.
Originally Posted by camo.b
I'd say disassemble it and start again.pay particular attention to the screen flat cable and the button board cable.does the usb touch screen register as a device on a windows machine? Mine always did even after I toasted it.....
I´ve reassembled three or four times. I think I´ve tried all that have sense. The button board cable is well connected, because it answers to keys. And the screen flat cable, it seems there is no secret to connect, by I will try once more.
Originally Posted by camo.b
I haven't tried Windows registering. Anyway, I only could see if the touch panel is working, not screen. Anyway, I will try it.
EDIT: It finally works with AV1, AV2 and VGA video input
With HDMI input, it works with PS3, but I did't watch nothing with an Android mini PC, doesn't matter the hdmi resolution I set.
It's strange, because this Android PC works with all my home TV through HDMI input.
One more question abour rear cam.
I've tried AV1 & AV2 with a videocam recorder, and view is "normal".
So, how to "mirror" the image? This reversing process must be done by the camera, or by the screen controller?
the camera you select does the mirroring. when you search for a backup camers it is the mirror image camera.
I just recieved mine in the mail.
Unfortunately it didn't come with any diagrams for wiring and I have looked through most of these pages.
I figured most of them out however there are some left over I am a bit confused about.
This is the one that I ordered
Can anyone give me some pointers?
Havn`t been here for quite a long time because I move to another project plus the forum did not send us notice about new replies :)
Originally Posted by toazron1
this kit is just a simple monitor kit, so we put all the connecting instruction in the listing as following:
if there is anything else we can help, please feel free to contact us at anytime! again, thanks for everyone here who help us to provide support! :)
OK, listen up! I was told by someone (dont remember if it was here or not) that all I had to do to power this is to make a adapter from a standard IDE power supply by taking the ground and positive 12v and soldering it to an adaptor. I already fried one controller board doing this. I asked Derek who sells these on ebay and he said that It could only handle a 8v to 20 voltage at 2 AMPS.
This being said. What are you guys using to power these?
What I meant was, how are you powering them from your car? which DC 12v 2amp PS?
Hi, we suggest you use a DC-DC PSU, or connect directly to car`s 12V cigarette port. If you put it at home, an AC-ADAPTER will be recommend :)
Originally Posted by psi3000
regular AC-DC PSU will be too powerful and easy to burn the board :(