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https://www.tindie.com/products/tjd/car ... rface-pcb/

It's a new product that just came out for the PI. I wonder if it's possible to add it to an Odroid. Its good to know that more and more people are DIYing car radios.

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That is neat.
CAN communication could be a really big step.

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There are a few car power supplies out there but all of them (that I have seen) are 5V, including this one. You are right tho an integrated CAN communication is pretty cool.

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I like @joerg's open source hardware project too. It works with ODROID-C4 and N2/N2+.
viewtopic.php?p=295681#p295681

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odroid wrote:
Fri Sep 11, 2020 9:42 am
I like @joerg's open source hardware project too. It works with ODROID-C4 and N2/N2+.
viewtopic.php?p=295681#p295681
Don't get me wrong, I'm following his project VERY closely. I'll definitely be using his Android app. I think what I'm trying to get at is, can you imagine something universal? Some sort of "hat" power supply that can be changed to 5V or 12V is you need it. It has CAN communication, UPS supply, extra USB 3, maybe a USB C..... I'm sure another thousand things can be added to it.
All it really is is an "add-on" but something that's universal, it can be added to any SBC.

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I don't think the GPIO is 12v tolerant and it would bypass the protection circuit also.

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CAN bus is novel, realistically the rest isn't that terribly complicated.

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rooted wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 11:36 am
I don't think the GPIO is 12v tolerant and it would bypass the protection circuit also.
Ya your right. I didn't think about if the GPIO could take 12V. What about using USB? Every OS I can think of has keyboard shortcuts right? When the device knows the car has turned off it sends a "go to sleep/turn off" command to the SBC.

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kouklo wrote:
rooted wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 11:36 am
I don't think the GPIO is 12v tolerant and it would bypass the protection circuit also.
Ya your right. I didn't think about if the GPIO could take 12V. What about using USB? Every OS I can think of has keyboard shortcuts right? When the device knows the car has turned off it sends a "go to sleep/turn off" command to the SBC.
The best way would be like joerg did, he integrated a power circuit in and out and used the barrel jack.

The board he made is nice, I believe he shared the schematic, one could use it as a base and add functionality if they knew how.

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