There seems to be some question as to how to wire this. I didn't notice it at first but on the VGA cable there is a female plug. I didn't use the extention cable so I didn't notice it until someone asked about it. In the directions it is labeled as "DC In Jack". What that does I have yet to figure out. The directions give no clue as to what you're to do with it.
The way I powered it was with the extremely long power/video cable. I removed the box that contains the fuse and ran the red wire to the yellow wire on the PSU and the black of course to the black PSU wire. The plug is a PS/2 style so I bought a keyboard extention cable, cut off one end and then figured out which pins where for power and ground and spliced it in.
I have had this monitor now for a couple of weeks. For the most part it's pretty good. I have had nothing but problems with the touchscreen. It was flaky on the right hand side 1/4". Then for some unknown reason it started working again. Then my HD went out and I've had to start installing eveything again. The touchscreen drivers once again were problematic. I recalibrated so many times I can do it in my sleep. It seems to work for awhile then gets flaky again. With my luck, I somehow broke the driver disk that came with it. The disk it self had not name, or version number on it. I believe it's made by Touchkit. I've downloaded some driver that didn't work, finally found something that seems to be working at this time. After having a ELO touchscreen that worked flawlessly, this has gotten to be real irritating.
Hope that helps.