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I have AQsonic AQ712. I can quit monitor and use touchscreen monitor in other PC, AQ712 Monitor have a vga conector and a 9 pins conector to transmit touchpane. I need a scheme to do a cable to transmit information of touchpanel to other pc. thanks

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  • jaccod Apr 08, 2011

    I have AQsonic AQ712, and I Use touchscreen monitor in other PC, AQ712 Monitor have a vga conector and other connector (9 pins conector) to transmit touchpanel. I need a scheme to do a cable to transmit information of touchpanel to other pc by 9 pins connector.

    thanks

  • jaccod Apr 09, 2011

    hi, this scheme (2-2, 3-3, 5-5) or (2-3, 3-2, 5-5) it no works. In monitor have 9 pin exit and this cable is conectet to motherboard, In aqsonic detect touchpanel with port ps. I tryhttp://todohard.awardspace.com/Cables/se... contectet to ps/2 buy no works too.

  • jaccod Apr 09, 2011

    I have AQsonic AQ712. I can quit monitor and use touchscreen monitor in other PC,
    AQ712 Monitor have a vga conector and a 9 pins conector to transmit touchpane.
    I need a scheme to do a cable to transmit information of touchpanel to other pc. thanks

    If is rs-232?

    I try 2-2 3-3 5-5

    I try 2-3 3-2 5-5


    In aqsonic windows system say thas is ps2 conection and then

    I try

    9 pins ps/2
    4+7+9 - 4
    1 - 1
    3+5 - 3
    6 - 5

    but not works to...

    Any solution?

  • jaccod Apr 09, 2011

    in manual say is 4 wire

  • jaccod Apr 09, 2011

    can you send me this pdf? to jacint.codina@gmail.com
    I don't have permissions in this web

  • jaccod Apr 09, 2011

    hi, controller ps/2 is in the monitor. Controller is 4 wire and model is GT-C4RP-11P of www.groovytouch.com. Only I need scheme to do a ps2 cable

  • jaccod Apr 09, 2011

    hi, controller ps/2 is in the monitor. Controller is 4 wire and model is GT-C4RP-11P of www.groovytouch.com. Only I need scheme to do a ps2 cable

  • jaccod Apr 09, 2011

    aq712 touchscreen have a ps2controller 4 wire GT-C4RP-11 ofhttp://www.groovytouch.com/info.htm and i do a cable to conect board out to ps2

  • jaccod Apr 09, 2011


    this is a picture of controller

  • jaccod Apr 09, 2011

    In the board out 6 cables, i can adapt this to do a ps2 cable out.

  • jaccod Apr 09, 2011

    I SEND YOU OTHER PICTURE

  • jaccod Apr 11, 2011

    in info@groovytouch.com send me this graphic

  • jaccod Apr 15, 2011

    Hi Mikeywaf, finally cable no works. I buy a module 4 wire usb and I will change board. I have only one question, to use this monitor I need an external power. I need know haw many volts and ampers to buy this power suply. I don't found this documentation. do you know?
    thank's

  • jaccod Apr 15, 2011

    hi Mikeywaf, I need power adapter to monitor. I like use this monitor without aqsonic pc. Now monitor power by power of aqsonic pc.I need buy this adapter but i don't know how many Vats and ampers need.
    thakns
    jacint

  • jaccod Apr 16, 2011


    Hi mikeywa, do you know Ampers? I try with 12v and 300mA and need more power i think
    thank's
    jacint

  • jaccod Apr 17, 2011

    Thank you mikerywaf!!!! I try it! You are a very good professional

  • Leonardo Vazquez
    Leonardo Vazquez Jan 26, 2015

    Hi Jaccod, you found any solution for cable?

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Greeting jaccod - I need to understand exactly what you want to do. The machine your talking about, the AQ712 I know is a POS PC with a touchscreen monitor. The machine is just a small all in one PC (as you already know). the one thing that makes it different is the touchscreen display. the information I need to start is whether you're trying to connect two AQ712s or want to connect the AQ712 to a regular PC with a standard (non-touchscreen display)?

That would be impossible to do. If you're trying to connect one AQ712 to another AQ712 or another POS system with the same connector setup so that you can view the info from either display that can be done with the cable that you spoke about and a software driver on the second PC/Display. Which are you trying to do?

I'll be here

Mikeywaf

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    Michael Wafkowski Apr 09, 2011

    Hello again - To further clarify - which cable type are you looking for?





    Type 1











    or Type 2











    Later,





    MRW

  • Michael Wafkowski
    Michael Wafkowski Apr 09, 2011

    Hello again - If you're sure your display contains the 4 wire GT-C4RP-11 controller and you made a cable as illustrated did you make sure and install the software that it needs to work?










    Mikeywaf






  • Michael Wafkowski
    Michael Wafkowski Apr 09, 2011

    Additionally - These Touchscreen display setups are semi-standard (unfortunately).





    I think the cable setup you're looking for is this or something much like.










    In the meantime I'll keep trying to clarify, but give me your ideas on the above cable connection setup.





    MRW

  • Michael Wafkowski
    Michael Wafkowski Apr 09, 2011

    Hi Again - I can't make out much detail from the photo you posted so can you look at the below diagram and let me know if this is the controller or one with the same pin outs?











    Also take a look here:










    MRW

  • Michael Wafkowski
    Michael Wafkowski Apr 09, 2011

    Hi - I you consider the larger wiring diagram I uploaded before as basically the same as your controller just in a different format I believe the following is true: The black block on this drawing could represent the bottom (to the PS2 connector) pinout connector of the enlarged photo you uploaded and the grey block could represent the top connector going to the 9 pin RS-232 connection.





    Several other things are clear to me: the cable you need is very simple in that it literally needs two pins to the PS2 connector (1 for 5V+, one for Gnd) and the nine pin connector just needs three pins connected (TX - Transmit data, RX - Receive data and gnd). Dont let the five pin and seven pin connections throw you.





    The thing is to find out which pins are which. The connection to the PS2 connector is simple. You can use a simple voltmeter to see which pin carries 5V and which one ground. For the data connection, black is always gnd and the RS-232 connection standards dictate as shown below that gnd is on pin 5, RX is on pin 2 and TX is on pin 3 (this is on the 9 pin connector end which you should be able to backtrack to the controller board.) If they are not using standards you can get a 9 pin loop back connector with LEDS showing you which pins are TX and RXing data

















    If you follow those guidelines the cable should come pretty easy. Let me know if I'm missing some detail in what I said above.





    MRW

  • Michael Wafkowski
    Michael Wafkowski Apr 10, 2011

    Jaccod - Any luck on the cable front?





    Regards,





    Mikeywaf

  • Michael Wafkowski
    Michael Wafkowski Apr 13, 2011

    Hello Again - That's the diagram of the actual controller, no?





    Where you able to make a working cable?





    Mikeywaf

  • Michael Wafkowski
    Michael Wafkowski Apr 15, 2011

    Jaccod - Hi again. Just so I'm clear, you're talking about a power supply to drive the new board you're getting and going to install, not to drive the actual 12" display?





    Regards,





    Mikeywaf

  • Michael Wafkowski
    Michael Wafkowski Apr 16, 2011

    Jaccod -- Got It!











    Regards,





    Mikeywaf

  • Michael Wafkowski
    Michael Wafkowski Apr 17, 2011

    Hello again - 12V and 300 Ma are not close - You're going to need 1.5-2 Amps to crank this.





    Mikeywaf






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That 9 pin connector should be RS-232 connected as follows
connect pins
2-2
3-3
5-5
and that should work if you use the same touchscreen driver.

NOTE: Do so at your own risk as I have NOT tested this configuration as I do not have access to one of those touchpanels!

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  • Norman Skinner
    Norman Skinner Apr 09, 2011

    I'm out of ideas then, sorry.

  • Norman Skinner
    Norman Skinner Apr 09, 2011

    You probably need one of these.http://www.sltdigital.com/tvi_documents/...
    and then you can make it USB
    I think your screen is a 5 wire, but you'd have to open it up to be sure.
    The document I gave you covers both 4 and 5 wire.

  • Norman Skinner
    Norman Skinner Apr 09, 2011

    Then there is probably a 4 wire to PS2 controller built into your motherboard.
    The document I gave you covers 4 and 5 wire controllers, and you can make it serial, PS2, or USB. I would rip the monitor open, and order the 4 wire to USB board, and build a USB port into the monitor, that way I could use it on any computer!

  • Norman Skinner
    Norman Skinner Apr 09, 2011

    Ok, you need to open up the unit, and put one of these boards inside it to convert the touchpanel to USB or standard serial or PS/2. I suggest getting the 4 wire to USB board to make the panel universal.
    A simple cable won't do the job, as I suspect the 9 pin port on the monitor is just the touchpanel wires, and the motherboard in your system has the controller built on
    http://www.sltdigital.com/tvi_documents/...
    Put the appropriate board into the monitor, and you can make it universal.
    PLEASE READ THE PDF before responding.

  • Norman Skinner
    Norman Skinner Apr 09, 2011

    Being that we don't have the pinouts for that controller (and you may have damaged it while experimenting too) I would highly recommend getting the 4 wire to USB that I recommended.
    The money you spend will be more than compensated for by the time you save.

  • Norman Skinner
    Norman Skinner Apr 16, 2011

    That thing will require about 2 amps, or about 7 times the power supply that you currently have.
    You can probably steal a power supply from an old cable modem for that kind of current.

  • Norman Skinner
    Norman Skinner Apr 16, 2011

    What I meant by 7X the number of supplies you have now, is that if you took 7 times the supplies you have now and wired them in parallel, you'd get enough current (this is meant to say, if the supply you have now is easy to get, cheap, and plentiful, you can use them)
    Personally I'd get about a 2.5 amp supply to be sure and be done with it.

  • Norman Skinner
    Norman Skinner Apr 16, 2011

    Or use te 12 volt supply from a computer power supply.

  • Norman Skinner
    Norman Skinner Apr 16, 2011

    i can show you how to hotwire a computer power supply to turn it on without a motherboard.

  • Norman Skinner
    Norman Skinner Apr 17, 2011

    ps, I am not Mikeywa(X) where X is some apparently random letter

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Thank you for using FixYa

Since your explanation leaves some questions about what type of 9 pin connector you need, the best thing I can do is give you a link to a cable store and let you see if you can find the exact one.
They may have one already made up that will fit your configuration.

Try

http://www.cablesunlimited.com/


I hope this was useful and please comment if this was helpful to you.

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