I'm wondering if the pulse required by that motherboard needs to be more powerful than the M1-ATX can supply?
Does the ATX spec list the strength of the pulse at all?
I addressed this to Ituner and I thought I would make the discussion public to help future users:
We are having a problem with the M1-atx sending a proper power on command to the Ibase MB896. Is this something that can be fixed by doing a custom PIC? If not is there another work around? I would love to be able to use the M1-ATX on this project.
My understanding is that the M1-ATX sends a voltage spike to the motherboard power on header. I have been told this works for most motherboards but not for all. Does this violate ATX standards?
Yep, i can confirm this to.
This morning i put my brandnew mb896 in my carpc case with the m1.
Turned the carkey and .......
The power on puls is not working.
Is there already a solution for the problem ?
Or do i have to buy the M2
The m1atx will not work the mb896. In our demo car we use the MB896 with the M2atx