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Old 04-08-08, 08:10 PM   #1
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Default Mini LCD Display I am using on my new build

I thought I would show all a little something that I am playing around with for my new computer build.

This is an Flat Panel LCD with both passive (STN) and active (TFT) abilities. That is it is a touch screen.

The smaller unit is 2.5” x 3.5”, Larger is 3.5” x 4.6”
Rez on the smaller unit is 320x240, full color and programmable. Backlight, landscape or portrait modes.
It can display anything from a computer desktop, to color pictures, has many touch screen features such as sliders, buttons etc. and animations. Basically whatever you want.
The unit has several interfaces from USB to RS232 or CMOS.

Basically these units are fully programmable displays which can used for many applications. It’s possible that they could be used for Phase cooling units also, or as a mini video display.

The small unit I plan on mounting on the front on my TJ07 and display system information. EVEREST data would be ideal, plus graphics etc. I just need to learn how to get that kind of data and display it on the LCD. Might some form of EVEREST import like how Gadgets are used in Vista.

The small units size will fit in 2 drive bays. While the larger unit will take 3 drive bays and require a few mods to the case itself to make it fit in the TJ07.
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Old 04-08-08, 08:11 PM   #2
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Old 04-08-08, 08:45 PM   #3
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Default Re: Mini LCD Display I am using on my new build

That's pretty cool. You should hook it up so that there are a bunch of sliders that control fan speeds.
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Old 04-08-08, 08:58 PM   #4
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Default Re: Mini LCD Display I am using on my new build

You can actually program it to have different screens that you just push a button to change.

System Info

CPU/GPU temps

Fan speeds

Equalizer for audio

All kinds of possibilities. Just by pressing a button on the screen and bring up something new.
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Old 04-09-08, 05:44 AM   #5
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what is the model number of the unit and how much
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what is the model number of the unit and how much
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Old 04-09-08, 07:54 AM   #7
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Default Re: Mini LCD Display I am using on my new build

These are custom made units for other applications that I have access to. I will be building a new product out of these.
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Old 04-09-08, 08:04 AM   #9
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I haven't come up with the product yet or prices as it is in prototype stages atm. Still some hardware and software to come up with also.
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Default Re: Mini LCD Display I am using on my new build

or i could just use this thermaltake one

http://www.cclonline.com/product-inf...oduct_id=20663

i seen pics of it in my thermaltake and looks good

plus there are many touch screens out there

but i wouldnt pay more than £100

also ur sig says cooled by H30, dont you mean H2o
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Yes I have seen that before, not the actual unit but just pic's of it, it' look very nice.

What my plans are for this is to make a bezel for it with a mounting bracket so it will fit right in the drive bay and not stick out like that one, it will be flush to the side of the case.

We make these units for custom applications in the medical field and other areas at one of our manufacturing plants. We have toyed around with several products with this for general computer related stuff for some time. Our product line is pretty full atm as we sell a large number of those so we haven't had a need for anything new. Our parts are used in other assemblies as an OEM supplier, so we do not have a store front.

The H3O in my sig is correct. Was just a play on words. H3O is a product from another business I have, and that is a product I sell, it is a rehydration drink and a very good one Liftoff is an Energy Drink.

I do many different things
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Default Re: Mini LCD Display I am using on my new build

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Yes I have seen that before, not the actual unit but just pic's of it, it' look very nice.

What my plans are for this is to make a bezel for it with a mounting bracket so it will fit right in the drive bay and not stick out like that one, it will be flush to the side of the case.

We make these units for custom applications in the medical field and other areas at one of our manufacturing plants. We have toyed around with several products with this for general computer related stuff for some time. Our product line is pretty full atm as we sell a large number of those so we haven't had a need for anything new. Our parts are used in other assemblies as an OEM supplier, so we do not have a store front.

The H3O in my sig is correct. Was just a play on words. H3O is a product from another business I have, and that is a product I sell, it is a rehydration drink and a very good one Liftoff is an Energy Drink.

I do many different things
simular to this?=

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/...cat=566&page=1
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