The lowest input voltage I can make the screen work with seems to be 7V through the original cable. On the height pin chip below the inductor is printed this: Tue Jan 12, 2: Hi i need some help converting this board to 5v Here is some pictures: Fri Jan 01, 6: Anyone care to measure their current consumption at 12v before I get another display to tinker with? Anyway, you just answered your own question.
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Sun Oct 25, 4: The other part that is not show is ueb the card with 3 buttons for the menu. This is all working if i reconnect the 12v line and power form a 12v adapter so no issues there, I just can’t get it to power from 5v and i’m not sure why it’s reading 3.
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Sun Nov 29, 5: Fri Jan 01, 6: Tried of few things, none on them worked. These are the specs: MauroG, with that board and the wiring suggested, do you have to remove the chip at all?
When I said it burned the wire it is because sometimes, when I touched some chip the wire started making smoke It is still working. Here are pictures of the screen’s Board voltages when powered by 5V vs 12V Tue Jan 12, 5: I guess Ill get a multimeter to see if any power is actually running through.
Hi, thanks for your reply. Here is a picture of the whole board.
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Tue Jan 12, You can then input 5V on the original 12V input wire, it should also be safe to do, without removing the IC. Tue Jan 12, 7: Wed Oct 14, 8: Tue Nov 17, 6: Wed Oct 07, 8: So, do you think I need to weld the red wire to this part?
Is my screen more inefficient than other builds of similar kind or is it because of the low production value? Anyway, you just answered your own question.
On the height pin chip below the inductor is printed this: Sat Nov 21, 7: I didn’t really tried anywhere else because I am afraid to destroy the board. Pin 1 is indicated by a dimple or spot on the IC, or pin 1 is on the left hand top side when the IC’s “notch” is located up. This is the item i bought: Thu Oct 08, If you come across a new board small and handyjust 5v is not enough to power it.
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Right, so I’ve come a step further again. Now to a noob like me, this feels like it doesn’t get enough power.
Thanks for all information! Yes, the step up converter will change the 5V to 12V.