Aaeon GENE-6310 LAN Driver
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Aaeon GENE-6310 LAN Driver
The resolution of the screen is x pixels. On top of the TFT goes the Aaeon GENE-6310 LAN panel. It is a separate piece of glass that Aaeon GENE-6310 LAN covered with a sensor surface. By this way, it is possible to use the touch panel as a regular mouse in Windows. That was the only space free enough for these small boards.
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A USB sound card was also added to the mix as the integrated one lacks a working headphone output. As a Aaeon GENE-6310 LAN before, this machine will primary act as a media player.
So I made some tests with common media files. As a mp3-player, it works perfectly.
Listening at Shoutcast stations is no problem. Microsoft Media Player takes to much of resources to work smooth at this tiny hardware together with high-quality DivX.
The final setup is shown below. I added a second display, a small blue-on-white graphical LCD running of the parallell port.
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That small space above the fan needed something to fill it out The parallell port connection is also internal as it goes directly to a pin header at the motherboard. Industrial devices have its advantages Two Aaeon GENE-6310 LAN the USB-ports have been used by the touch panel and the sound card. The remainig two was relocated to the Aaeon GENE-6310 LAN side of the machine to leave space for the second LCD. Some special cabeling was needed to fix this.
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Aaeon GENE-6310 LAN Actually, this machine contains several custom made cables to make things fit inside the case. All displays lit up - having a second LCD gives the system a nice touch and space to show additional info.
Did I mention the side LED's? As the aluminium profiles came from a scrapped power supply, there was some holes left where the power Aaeon GENE-6310 LAN where mounted.
These holes was filled with blue LED's, four on each side. To make the shine in a stable fashion, a small Aaeon GENE-6310 LAN converter was built. The aluminium profiles was polished shiny and by adding these blue LED's added on the pimp-factor by several units. When everything was in place, something to cover it up with was needed.
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At the swedish Elektronikforumet there are entusiast building their Aaeon GENE-6310 LAN CNC-machines. One of them, Fagge, got the job to make my panels for this projekt. The material of choise is aluminium, black anodized, 2 mm thick. The result is shown below: Finally, Aaeon GENE-6310 LAN was time for putting all parts together and finish the machine. We appreciate your business! Please feel free to send any other questions, comments, or equipment requests.
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