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    @ThEScReW: Nice work, I understand that the blue objects are connectors, but it looks like there are 2 banks, one on the top and the other by each relay, how is that used?
    Could you also, please, list the parts in a way that the un-trained eye could understand, I mean, parts list that includes every thing required along with a hint on how to identify the Transistor pins when the time comes to connect them.

    How about the SW, is it published somewhere. Thanks

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    would something like this work http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....sPageName=WDVW
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    The blue connectors on the top are +12V,GND for the relay's and then 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 where i can connect switches between GND and 1 or gnd and 2 for switching the relays manual if the computer is down.
    Just imagine that you control your house with it and your computer crashes ...

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    I'll post further details later. The relays are 12V and can switch 230V/5A with 2 NO and NC closed contacts.
    Diodes are 1N4148 and the transistors are BC547 transistor : if you read the letters on lit and the pins are down then left is in, middle is base and right is out.
    For the diodes the black part is +

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    Thanks, I will run to the lliquor store, get some beer and read your post again, hopefully it sets in

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    Quote Originally Posted by DjBac
    The project is going fine!
    I just don't have so much time yet!!!
    I want to update how the buttons look... The monitors too...
    There will be A LOT changes!!

    You mean, you'll be able to use the hazard lights as well?

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    Any updates on this Dj?

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    Unfortunately I didn't have much time.. Only minor things...Computer locking, but I think I will use RFID for this...
    Auto hazard lights, auto ligths, auto engine start when I want to and voltage is bellow 11,2v for 3min, wifi connection with the mobile phone for controlling the pc and connection through the net.... What I want to do is implement parking sensors with the PC!!! I think that this will be the next step for this, no time for something else as I am in the exam period!!!

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    How hard would it be to use one of these rotary encoder fidgets to control the volume? I've been missing my volume knob every since going to carpc. Everything else can be touch, but the volume, geez, it just has to be a knob.

    I assume it would be easy enough, but, would it work with frodoplayer and everything?

    Vin

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    It's not hard at all!!
    It definately would work with everything!!

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