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Thread: M2-ATX(-HV) 160 watt Intelligent DC-DC PSU

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    For the life of me I cannot find any instructions to connect the lilliput to draw power from the M2.

    Can someone point me in the right direction please.

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    grab the car adapter, the center pin is the 12+(yellow) and the outside tabs are negative(black)

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    merci beaucop

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobase View Post
    I think we can include here that the J8 pins HAVE A POLARITY. Plugging the connector in backwards (50% chance!) can cause the M2-ATX to malfunction and be damaged! The board's manual says to check the polarity of the connections carefully, but many of us didn't think a simple switch had a polarity! (We're wrong because it's not a simple switch). Seems this has caused at least half a dozen board failures already, most recently summarized here:
    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/powe...-problems.html
    Very disappointed because of this...
    Already bought (2) M2-ATX and apparently have damaged both of them due to this polarity issue on J9/J8 making that switch shorten and always powered. It's ridiculous since they don't properly mention this on the manual nor did they include +/- labels on the board, since when do you need to own a voltmeter to install a PSU???

    On the 1st PSU the damage is clearly seen, on the 2nd I'm guessing its less obvious... Who is the manufacturer? I think this deserves out-of-warranty RMA.
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    Okay, i'm having a really hard time with the jumper settings. all the diagrams i see shows 4 rows a cross and 8 down but thats not what the board looks like. So can someone explain how to jump it so it is offdelay 5sec and hardoff 2 hours?

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    Just bridge the pins labelled with the letter B with a jumper.

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    damn i tried it and it wont shut down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznd000d View Post
    For the life of me I cannot find any instructions to connect the lilliput to draw power from the M2.

    Can someone point me in the right direction please.
    Powering your LCD Monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by vladcarpc View Post
    Hi, here are some pics of how I did it.




    More screenshots in my Worklog.

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    anyone have issues with this with RFI?

    Trying HD Radio and computer is causing a lot of RFI and destroys the FM signal. I'll be trying an AC PSU to see if there is a difference.

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