I kinda disagree with the real need for regulated 12V because:
- in my hami 8", the ccfl inverter gets 4 wires from the motherboard and not just gournd and +12V
- when engine is off and engine is on, no apparent change in brightness is perceptible on the screen; so I suppose the CCFL inverter does not provide a boosted voltage to the CCFL
Anyone could proove me wrong ?
it not works!
Hi, here are some pics of how I did it. :)
More screenshots in my Worklog.
Just wanted to say thank you for the pictures. I am noob to building a car pc and I have been reading many many sections of these forums but your images with text description has made sense of it all. If you have more I would love to see them so I can get a better understanding. Thanks again!Quote:
That little box is some sort of line filter.
But now the Lilliput is receiving regulated clean power from the M2-ATX, so that box is not needed. Also I did that to save some space.
Anybody have tried to connect his touchscreen directly on the M3-ATX(125w) power supply.
I want to connect my lilliput on this power supply but i don't know if it can delivered enough power without risk of overload or burning?