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Thread: OPUS 320W Intelligent DC-DC PSU FAQ Thread

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    OPUS 320W Intelligent DC-DC PSU FAQ Thread

    This thread will serve to post all relative information for the Opus 320 watt Intelligent DC-DC PSU.

    This thread is not to be used for troubleshooting, but rather for FAQ type responses.
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    For PC to work properly with remote power on and hibernate, the BIOS has to support ACPI 2.0 to work with Opus 320W.

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    The opus 320 does not fit in varoom case

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    it's just a circuit board, how can it NOT fit... anywhere?

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    Little love for the Opus 320. How bout someone with some knowledge and the PSU could explain what the 10 wires on the input harness are for?

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    When in doubt, reading the product manual is always a safe bet: http://store.mp3car.com/ProductDetai...4&Show=ExtInfo

    Accordingly, on page 3 of the manual

    In order of the pins:
    1. GND
    2. GND
    3. GND
    4. ON/OFF
    5. 12V out
    6. +BATT
    7. +BATT
    8. +BATT
    9. RMT-1
    10. RMT-2
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    Yea I printed out the whole manual but I wouldent mind a short explination of where the wires go?

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    hey, isn't there a dedicated place for Noobz, Newbies and beginners ?

    Well uh, I don't want to look harsh, but if you can't figure how to connect these wires (with pretty explicit names), then you're slightly unprepared to mess with carputers

    GND = Ground (negative pole of the battery which means the body of your car
    + BATT = positive pole of the battery
    On/Off = probably is to be connect to a switch with other wire connected to ground
    12vout = stabilized 12v output
    RMT1/2 = remote 1/2 to be connected to amp and other systems

    Pfff damn noobz
    Now Galileo is real. Muhahahahaha :p

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    Just dont wanna fry anything I knew where everything went except the 12v wire didnt notice it was output. Thanks

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    n00b

    im an electrical engineer n i had a miss understanding there myself too , you just wanted to burn on an upid question , but n another note that rmt=remote , tanks , that cleared my question , n made up my mind , this is not the one i need cause im not opening the dash in my new truck.....

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