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    Wow, i figured shipping would be costly but 80-90 is more than i expected. I think I'm just gonna go with the Opus, thx.

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    Ok, guys. Here is a very good news about b-testing units - i found new shipping partner- now shipping is 60$ for Europe and 70$ for USA/Canada. For serious b-testers the price of b-testing units will be reduced- I think that the total price with shipment will be 150-160$ - it's not a big problem - i am not marketing, i am b-testing %) .
    Now about configurable Controller - now i am working with this Idea, I have started to develop a new code for new controller. Also i think there will be communication with PC, like in the DSATX. But the real pain is to redesign PCB for new controller. When this work will be done? - don't know yet - it's like a hobby and i am spending my free time on it, but i haven't enough free time for this because i have a lot of job, but i love this "hobby"
    So - b-testers could simply use any external SDC.
    400Watt CarPC power supply for powerfull systems- thaks for Beta testers- it was perfect.

    Remember - AMD Athlon XP (socket A) powers from 5v rail in most times !

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    Any progress?

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    Ok guys. B-testing was perfect. Now i am working on the new controller, and i think it will be ready soon
    So during b-testing we found some things in construction - not critical ,but i have redesigned them to make all PSU better . So here is a pic of latest 3.1 version.
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    400Watt CarPC power supply for powerfull systems- thaks for Beta testers- it was perfect.

    Remember - AMD Athlon XP (socket A) powers from 5v rail in most times !

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    Quote Originally Posted by MibMib View Post
    Ok, guys. Here is a very good news about b-testing units - i found new shipping partner- now shipping is 60$ for Europe and 70$ for USA/Canada. For serious b-testers the price of b-testing units will be reduced- I think that the total price with shipment will be 150-160$ - it's not a big problem - i am not marketing, i am b-testing %) .
    Now about configurable Controller - now i am working with this Idea, I have started to develop a new code for new controller. Also i think there will be communication with PC, like in the DSATX. But the real pain is to redesign PCB for new controller. When this work will be done? - don't know yet - it's like a hobby and i am spending my free time on it, but i haven't enough free time for this because i have a lot of job, but i love this "hobby"
    So - b-testers could simply use any external SDC.

    Hmm............

    Have you investigated the "brainstem" interface that the dsatx uses? It may give you an idea of which way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    Hmm............

    Have you investigated the "brainstem" interface that the dsatx uses? It may give you an idea of which way to go.

    Cheers
    Oh .... i forgot to say about it - sorry. Yes there will be an interface, but you don't need to buy any "brainstem" adapter - all included, i think it will be a very nice benefit.
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    Remember - AMD Athlon XP (socket A) powers from 5v rail in most times !

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    Quote Originally Posted by MibMib View Post
    Oh .... i forgot to say about it - sorry. Yes there will be an interface, but you don't need to buy any "brainstem" adapter - all included, i think it will be a very nice benefit.
    I only mentioned the brainstem to possibly give you some ideas, not that you needed to use a brainstem per se.

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    What are the general features/benefits of this?
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    Oh, now i understand you. Thanks



    Quote Originally Posted by inh View Post
    What are the general features/benefits of this?
    Pilot 400w 12v atx power supply is FULLY ISOLATED TYPE - no more “ground loops” and speaker buzzing when using PC, if you has connected it right. It’s designed to work with a wide variety of main boards such as AMD, Pentium-M, Celeron or full power P4systems. Main boards must be ATX and ACPI compliant(NOTE:Some branded motherboards like Dell, has a 20 pin power socket which is not compatible to ATX , they needs in special adapter. ) The PSU is compatible with 12 volt battery system(9-18 v input voltage) . The computer power-up and power-down sequence is determined by the state of ignition(ON/OFF switch input). When it’s in off state- it doesn’t take any power from battery.
    New controller also will have a feature like "programming by user", through some interface- all you need is to connect cable to com port and use hyperterminal programm ...... i think it will be like in DSATX - simple and powerfull
    400Watt CarPC power supply for powerfull systems- thaks for Beta testers- it was perfect.

    Remember - AMD Athlon XP (socket A) powers from 5v rail in most times !

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    Sounds good to me =] Definitly interested in picking one up.
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