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    M1-ATX microcontroller source

    Source code for the M1-ATX's microcontroller is now available from http://www.epiacenter.com/modules.ph...rticle&sid=529

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    Woohoo! I've been waiting for them to do this. Finally we can start talking about custom mods.

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    can someone explain me the difference between M1 and opus 90w? they seems pretty similar but the pricing is not
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    M1-ATX = Generic
    Opus = Name Brand

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    only that? :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fusion-One
    M1-ATX = Generic
    Opus = Name Brand
    LMAO, where did you come up with that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankino
    can someone explain me the difference between M1 and opus 90w? they seems pretty similar but the pricing is not
    Your question is kind of off-topic for this thread but here it goes.

    Check the specs/data sheets for both. The primary difference between the two (other than price) is how the 90W is distributed across the ATX supply rails. The M1-ATX has has a configurable startup-shutdown controller and flashable microcontroller which allows you to insert custom code, if you want. The Opus 90W controller is also configurable (less options and not field flashable) and has been around longer. The Opus name is well respected by many in this community. Search the forums for an opinion on the 90W model.

    You should also be aware that Opus recently released two new lower cost models, The Opus 80W and 120W IIRC. You can find them both in the mp3car store. Search the forums for some information about those options.

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    Finaly we can change the timings to some thing use full. Say 15 tell soft off and 16 tell hard off.

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    ok coming back to topic, what is the procedure to upgrade the M1 firmware?
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    You'll need a PIC programmer to flash the new firmware to the microcontroller.

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