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Thread: 2006 Audi A3 2.0 TDI. Symphony II PCCAR : OEM Indash Screen Prototype. Full pics!!

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    HOLY S***!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    once this project is done, and you have the knowledge of it fresh, any chance you would be willing to build something like this out of a ford radio??
    "To start press any key" Where's the "any" key?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueOvalMacMech View Post
    HOLY S***!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    once this project is done, and you have the knowledge of it fresh, any chance you would be willing to build something like this out of a ford radio??
    Hi BlueOvalMacMech.

    It would be hard. My project is now about 750 Hours of work (project started in march) and 3000 of investment in research/development. It takes all my free time.

    Fore sure, I have learn a lot with this project. I learnt how to hack a protocol of communication (the one of the indash Lilliput), how to develop and program PIC based circuit.

    I think my future project would be easier and faster. I need some new product for example this 1/2 DIN indash screen in order to integrate it in the next 2 DIN project but I haven't any way to buy it. It is only sold in RUSSIA!!

    http://www.prology.ru/b/news/468/PCM-750T_sait.jpg

    See thread HERE

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    Quote Originally Posted by coucouillu View Post

    Fore sure, I have learn a lot with this project. I learnt how to hack a protocol of communication (the one of the indash Lilliput), how to develop and program PIC based circuit.
    Is it possible that you could help me then figuring out how to calculate the 4bit checksum for a 16bit binary code? I have the 16bits and the 4bits for some cases but I would like to figure out the formula how the checksum is calculated.

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    coucouillu, i do wanna thank you, your project gave me an idea for something else in my car....
    "To start press any key" Where's the "any" key?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueOvalMacMech View Post
    coucouillu, i do wanna thank you, your project gave me an idea for something else in my car....
    What's your idea?

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    oh i was looking at how you integrated everything into the panel, and i read another thread (that i posted on) about someone wanting to integrate a cb or scanner into their front end, to which i told them they could always just make a remote plate for the cb and scanner themselves using an empty slot somewhere. got me to thinking about the equipment i got around here that i use in my cars.......and hell i think i will be doing that to my gear lol. i've got a low grade exotic project going on and i'll be damned if i want my cb and scanner breaking up the interior (the antennae will be bad enough, thankfully the ones i have dont look bad lol. i also dont go anywhere without the two in my car) so i do believe i will be making such a panel. on mine however it will be a latched panel, it will flip down as it will be covering the dvd drive for my carputer.
    "To start press any key" Where's the "any" key?

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    absolutely outstanding, worthy of a blog

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    Commell LS-372 + USDC20D shutdown controller

    Hi all,

    My project run its way but I have some problems.


    I have got a problem with Commell LS-372 and USDC20D shut down controller.

    The USDC20D shutdown controller use "short to ground" when sending signal to the motherboard power button.

    But my Commell LS-372 Motherboard seems to need +5V signal on power button to power up.

    I made all tests.

    When the motherboard is powered but off, first pin of the power button header is nothing (not grounded, tested with multimeter) and the second is +5V.

    If I short to ground the first pin, the second or both, nothing happen. But if I supply +5V to first pin, the motherboard wake up.

    My shut down controller do not short pin together, it shorts pins to ground.

    But ground , this is not +5V so the motherboard do not wake up.

    Can someone help me with a little schema?

    When the input in grounded, the output is +5V (or the 2 outputs are connecting together).

    Thank you for help.

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    Have you figured it out yet?

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