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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    .................................................. .... I plan to get back into it and hopefully get my hubby into to. I want to rethink and redo everything as far as the rear install. .................................................. ........



    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Warning - Major homophobe comment to follow, skip this post if easily offended !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!














    Glad I wasn't drinking hot coffee when I read that.

















    Ok, maybe it wasn't that harsh comment. ;-)

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    Actually, thinking about it, that was not homophobic at all.

    Because even if you were a girl talking about her husband, or a man talking out his wife it would have got the same reaction.

    Only time it wouldn't would have would have been if you were a girl talking about your wife. (and even that with accessories . . . .)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    Actually, thinking about it, that was not homophobic at all.

    Because even if you were a girl talking about her husband, or a man talking out his wife it would have got the same reaction.

    Only time it wouldn't would have would have been if you were a girl talking about your wife. (and even that with accessories . . . .)
    UGH, you made me almost choke on my food..... LMFAO.... I missed your comments Enforcer. My man was looking at me like I am a crazy psycho because i couldnt stop laughing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    UGH, you made me almost choke on my food..... .
    oh, the temptation.


    Stop feeding me straight lines. ;-)

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    Well, as you can see from my sig, I have committed to MaxSpeed Maxterm 8300B thin clients. They feature a 800mhz processor, 512mb ram, 512mb flash card. I spent a total of 19.00 per unit. That includes shipping. They run with XPe, so I will be able to use Centrafuse, which recently ceased Linux and WCE versions. They use 12v power, just havent found documentation on whether its 12vdc or 12 ac. Once I have them, I will start testing and get each unit running with Centrafuse. Once that is all set, I can take the main system out the car, rebuild the tower with the new units and rearrange things. Currently certain components can not be reached and have issues. I need everything to be accessible. Hopefully then, this journey will be close to over.
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    Ok, need advice!

    OK, I got the thin clients. All units are basically a VIA based motherboard. The PSU seem to be DC-DC. The PSU use 12V @ 3amp. Does the PSU have to have only 12v @ 3amps, or can I simply connect 12V and the PSU steps down the amps that it needs, or will I have to have some type of regulation in place? Pictures are below.
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    That all depends on the DC-DC units.

    If they were designed with automotive use in mind thy will be regulated, however if they were designed to be used in a non-automotive situation they will probably need a regulated supply.


    See if the DC-DC units have any numbers and/or markings that identitfy them and then do a google search.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    OK, I got the thin clients. All units are basically a VIA based motherboard. The PSU seem to be DC-DC. The PSU use 12V @ 3amp. Does the PSU have to have only 12v @ 3amps, or can I simply connect 12V and the PSU steps down the amps that it needs, or will I have to have some type of regulation in place? Pictures are below.
    Typically the power supply will regulate the volts. The amp rating should be the most it requires. Usually you will never draw the max unless something goes wrong. So you fuse it at or just a bit above the rating. Say 5 amp fuse.

    And, as Enforcer says, you need to find out about those power supplies. They might not play nice in an automotive environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    That all depends on the DC-DC units.

    If they were designed with automotive use in mind thy will be regulated, however if they were designed to be used in a non-automotive situation they will probably need a regulated supply.


    See if the DC-DC units have any numbers and/or markings that identitfy them and then do a google search.
    The information on the PSU is so limited. I can not find anyhting on them. i know for a fact they are not for automotive use.

    Quote Originally Posted by jmullan99 View Post
    Typically the power supply will regulate the volts. The amp rating should be the most it requires. Usually you will never draw the max unless something goes wrong. So you fuse it at or just a bit above the rating. Say 5 amp fuse.

    And, as Enforcer says, you need to find out about those power supplies. They might not play nice in an automotive environment.
    So what actions can i take to make them automotive friendly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post

    So what actions can i take to make them automotive friendly?
    Replace them with M2-ATX's (or equiv)

    or get a 12VDC-12VDC regulator with enough amps to supply all your units.

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