Old LCD PC monitor
the new cable is working!!!
Now the easiest part: coding ;)
Next update, when I get a keyboard from somewhere :D
there is also another challenge:
I would liek to get rid of these metal body. The side you can see shoud me glued to the plastic.
What can I put between the curcuit and the plastic? Some small plastik tubes? Wood? Rubber? Should I then glue the boards or better (for the future) screw it to to the “legs”?
How about grounding it? Needed?
@birdy i used one of thease.
Easy to bend och drill in
you used a plastic water canister? In what manner?
@birdy i cut out flat pices that i drilled the board to.
so like this (side view)?
@birdy yeah, but i used velcro tape insted of glue
one question, which is bothering me: the controller plate has spot for grounding (the plate was connected with the metal body before via this “grounding spot”). Do I need to ground it e.g. with power supply or similar or I can leave the plate ungrounded?
So I got the MM up an running :)
- MM configuration & understanding how it works
- to shorten the wooden legs
- to order + build a frame
- put everything together :)
next issue: to reduce the empty space behind the LCD panel, I bought a 90 degrees DVI adapter. But I have noticed, my plug was DVI-D and I bought DVI-I.
Question: I don’t want to wait a week for a new one, can I remove few pins (esp. the 4 on the left) on my own? see picture below:
Thx for your help!