Using M3-ATX for VIA EPIA N800-10E
I am planning to start a double-din pc project and get this mobo:
I am thinking to deploy a M3-ATX for it. But since the mobo doesn't have a ATX connector (but a P4 12V), a gentleman at mini-box.com told me that I need to short PS_ON to turn the PSU on.
So my question is if I short PS_ON permanently, does it mean the PSU will be always on? Can I still make use of the motherboard ON pulse in this case? If I really need to short PS_ON will it draw more current than it should even if my mono is turned off (when ignition off)?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
DCDC-USB-200 "Anti-Thump" Amplifier remote control setup
did you succeed to connect DCDC-USB-200 to your mainboard,
I have the same problem like you : as I have a thin mini-itx Intel chipset motherboard, which I want to use for a car pc project.
This motherboard has a DC connector for 12V or 19V settable through jumpers.
I decided to use for it as power supply the same board as you DCDC-USB-200.
Could you please indicate me if this board has a setting option for an "Anti-Thump" Amplifier remote control, in order to connect to my car amplifier, I saw also in the advanced users manual that there is a VAUX which can be programmed - do you think th can be used as an "Anti-Thump" Amplifier remote control in order o avoid the big pop noise when the carpc starts?
Thanks very much