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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-21-2001, 12:25 AM
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CBrack monitor plugged in an working - PICs

Got the LCD installed, and it is working fine.

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Hmmmmm, very high tech.
That thing looks more like a flight cockpit than mine does now. Nice work.

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Re: CBrack monitor plugged in an working - PICs

Looks pretty good. Did you ever get a line on the Lite'n Bolts?

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Man.. you've got too many gadgets in the jeep... I'm jealous..

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you might have answered this in another post, but where is the system that you are using to power that? I ask because ultimatly I'm going to have that in mine, part of my senior design project here at school.


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you might have answered this in another post, but where is the system that you are using to power that? I ask because ultimatly I'm going to have that in mine, part of my senior design project here at school.

In these photos the LCD is being powered by a video camera playing back a video of a trail. Monitor also works with a computer input. Primary uses will be GPS viewing through a computer loaded with a mapping program located elsewhere in the Jeep as well as input from onboard minature TV cameras.




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Looks pretty good. Did you ever get a line on the Lite'n Bolts?

Litn'n Boltz should be in my hands next week.

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Sold INDIVIDUALLY. You do not have to buy a pair. $9.95 EACH plus $2.00 shipping per order. No shipping charge if ordered with any other CBrack product. Also have a stainless steel threaded spacer. This is necessary if the Lite'n Boltz will be mounted on the CBrack. (see attachment) I am currently making these spacers. Price is $1.00 each. They are lathe turned. If you want to use a regular stainless steel hex nut instead of the spacer, I will include that at no charge. Also if anyone knows where I can buy a similar type spacer in bulk, please advise. It's not fun making them.


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