The Xenarc 700CSH
more info here later
-64GB emmc module
-Xenarc 700CSH Capacitive Multitouch Monitor
-USB Bluetooth adapter
-BU-353 S4 USB GPS
-mp3Car "12v socket" USB extension
-USB Wireless N Adapter
-(2) Intelligent DC-DC Converter with USB Interface (1 powering 5v devices, 1 for the 12v monitor)
-Monkeyboard FM/DAB+ USB Radio
-Joycon EXD Steering Wheel Remote Module
-Carnetix CNX-P5USB USB Hub
-Hifonics Zxi60.4+1k 5 Channel Amplifier
-Kicker 10CVT104 Shallow Mount Subwoofer, installed in factory sub location
-Honda Pilot Double-DIN kit
-Custom Reverse Parking Sensor Kit
-Samsung LCH-11 Jetpack
-Kinetik HC800 Power Cell
-Stinger 200 amp Battery Isolator
Down The Road:
-Rear Entertainment with second ODROID unit and a custom client/server app
-Backup Camera (upgrade needed!)
-Xenarc 1530YR 15.3" TFT LCD Roof Mount Monitor
-ODROID U3 (rear entertainment)
Next to do:
-Get rid of the subwoofer Rattles!
So, here we go again with my 7th (give or take) car PC installation! The RSX is gone and the new vehicle is a Honda Pilot. despite the new car, most of the components will be the same. This worklog will show the progress of the build and go into a level of detail on what it takes to make all this stuff work together.
I'm going to attempt to keep this build log somewhat formatted, so the next several posts will serve as empty containers until a later time. Enjoy!
As of today, the ODROID, monitor and car audio is installed. I'm currently running off the primary battery, with the DC DC Converters both ignition triggered. Being that most of the components have been tried and tested before, and the fact that it was absolutely DREADFUL driving in a car with ONLY FM radio, I figured it was well time to get some live testing done with the system!
To compensate for having to see a boot screen every time I turn the car on (for the time being), I created a custom 720p landscape boot animation for Android. Its very simple and doesn't slow down the boot time. If anyone would like it, let me know.
Very nice I have a pilot and am looking into better options. This could really help. Looking forward to your updates.