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Thread: Question about Powering an LCD from the 12v rail of a PC

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNOtwistR View Post
    On thinking about it, this might also be a cheap solution for you http://www.jameco.com/webapp/wcs/sto...0001_175805_-1 and just use that for your monitor. That monitor might be too finicky for straight automotive power, for 25 bucks I wouldn't risk it. SNO
    That would work, however Jameco says it would get shipped to me 13 weeks after they receive the order

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    Where you at and how you paying? It shows order today ships today when I look. I just called the 1-800 number and was told they have over 100 in stock. SNO
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    Quote Originally Posted by SNOtwistR View Post
    Where you at and how you paying? It shows order today ships today when I look. I just called the 1-800 number and was told they have over 100 in stock. SNO
    Hmm weird, when I looked at it the other day it said 13 weeks, now it says "Availability:Ship 3 Days ARO"

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    Yes it can
    I have an incar-pc powered with a M4-ATX which also powers my 19inch flatscreen in my trunk. The screen is a regular 19 inch screen from whom I bypassed the 220v input. Somewhere on the printboard they all get to 12v, you just have to find where !
    As it's powered by the M4-ATX there is no trouble of instable peak voltages.
    Greetings
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