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Redesign Radio Console ( TFT 7" , DvD , IR Frontcam) by Fieromaniac
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new frontcam
i will integrate the 100 extra led in some foglights



i dont intend to connect or use the build in microfon

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you dont see the cam with the first look



Front view





Rear View



i will take somw nightpics today ( if i dont sleep )

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normal headlight and IR combined . you see the area of the normal headlights and the area directly in front of the car is lightened by the IR Lights



all reflective things will be seen very well by the camera . the cars in this picture where parked with lights of



rear camera has a big brightnesscorrecture problem with the licenceplate light

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Thanks for the photos man, good stuff (+) for you.
So that is the rear cam with IR and 7 LED's? looks all right, can you explain on the plate light problem?

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Thanks for the photos man, good stuff (+) for you.
So that is the rear cam with IR and 7 LED's? looks all right, can you explain on the plate light problem?



nope , these where both front view pics . with the 18 build in IR LED.
iam working on the extra IR Headlights atm.

the plate light messes with the brightnesscorrecture of my rearcam so that it cant determine the correct brightness = picture has artefacts and you cant see anything.
so maybe i have to use the 3rd brakelight mountingspot again or i mount it below the rearbumper .

If i find a real dark big place , maybe a hall i will make IR Range Pics. Problem is that our cities are well lightened at the night

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Rüttelschwelle for updates

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got my DVB-T digital TV Reciever yesterday with an extraslim active antenna



tested it with my home TV



testfitted in my car





i love trafficjams now i think

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got my DVB-T digital TV Reciever yesterday with an extraslim active antenna



That looks great...

Maybe I'm missing something but I don't think we have anything like DVB-T in the US.

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we have DVR

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DVB is digital video broadcasting. And yes, we definitely have it here.

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DVB is digital video broadcasting. And yes, we definitely have it here.


Maybe, but does it look like this?



That looks like some kind of subscription service

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That's probably just the interface of the particular receiver he has. There are different types of DVB. The DVB-T is terrestrial which I believe is typically FTA (free to air), and is your average local channel broadcasts. Then there are satellite broadcasts, some are free, of course, most aren't any more, there's cable, and satellite. How it looks is probably based entirely on the receiver you have. I have a PCI card for my computer, but digital reception here is really crappy, so it's not any good until I get a better antenna, ad the interface isn't anywhere near as pretty.

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That's probably just the interface of the particular receiver he has.


Thanks....BTW what does your Avatar say? My reading of Chinese characters is rusty enough that I can't really understand it, but I'm curious.

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Thanks....BTW what does your Avatar say? My reading of Chinese characters is rusty enough that I can't really understand it, but I'm curious.


They're the symbols for "tai chi chuan" or "supreme ultimate fists".

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testfitted in my car





i love trafficjams now i think



Thanks Taijiguy, I wasn't even close...

Now to get back on topic, I would need a "COP Button" to turn off that display quickly, although it would be hard to spot unless someone were standing right next to the car.

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Originally posted by jscott1: I would need a "COP Button" to turn off that display quickly






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I think that off button is the HVAC "off"

What if the cop says he saw it on and you can't demonstrate that the screen can show anything other than TV? If it's the cops word against yours you will lose everytime. Here in the Texas you would have to show that the screen can show navigation system or be a dedicated data display or maybe a back up cam to be legal.

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I think that off button is the HVAC "off"

What if the cop says he saw it on and you can't demonstrate that the screen can show anything other than TV? If it's the cops word against yours you will lose everytime. Here in the Texas you would have to show that the screen can show navigation system or be a dedicated data display or maybe a back up cam to be legal.

the videosource selector is for the job


the Screen "OFF" button is the iluminated butten right under the screen

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the videosource selector is for the job


This is a very good implementation of a very good idea! Great Job I love these threads!

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the camera has been done before but i was recording on a handie video camera
This images is larger than 102400 bytes. Click to view.
I like your set up better

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Oops... Yeah, too fast to Photoshop LOL.

In Quebec "they say" cops will be lenient and might not give you a ticket if the screen is for a working NAV system.

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2*post...

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Last bump for a nice project before I let this thread die in peace LOL

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Last bump for a nice project before I let this thread die in peace LOL



hehe thx for the bump ,
atm i make a new case for the aux gauges to close the gap on the top of the center console .
winterproject will be building a car pc incl. gps navigation

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The glass of my front camera got scratched all the time and also water found its way into the camera
So i needed to take it of the car.

I replaced the now free slot on the video source selector with an playstation 2 wich is sitting behind the passengerseat.

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wow, pretty nice setup. ill be carputing my fiero eventually.

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ok iam doing a engineswap soon so i felt the need to build me the aux gauge cluster i wanted.

bought me these nice Instruments:
price is relatively cheap ( 30 Euro each incl. shipping )









http://www.carparts-online.de is the shop.





































now iam waiting for my DHL smurf to get my instruments so that i can install them

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a grumpy heavy weighted , hardly breathing Douglas ( of Doug and Carry ) lookalike
just came to visit me in 5th floor and look what he brought with him



cant wait till my kids goto bed to get into my basement and test the buddies

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strang .... air fuel gauge is 45 degree wrong ... ill fix it tomorrow





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ok its in the car now and i can use the Fiero sensors for oil pressure and coolant temp
only Air Fuelgauge isnt attached atm.











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That's awesome! Keep it up.

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bump update? pictures???

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not much left to do , instruments work very well
2 Alupanels on each side of the console need to be builded to cover the holes better

iam toying around with the idea to add 3 or 4 more LED Instruments ( 2 in main instrument cluster and 2 on A-Pillar )

these Instruments would be :

Exhaust Temperature
Oiltemp Engine
Oiltemp tranny
RPM

because my engine runs with a propane/buthane i like more gauges to make sure everything works fine

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Looking good!

A small detail trick is to have the screw heads to all point in the same direction. XXXXXX ++++++++++ Gives it a finished look.

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Guten Tag Wow! I was so happy to find this thread! I came across an image somewhere, and one of the images was one of the early stage of your build where you were test fitting the separated A/C controls. That little trick gave me the little bit of extra space that I needed to mount my 10" touch screen for my CarPC in the center console. You have done an amazing job on that center console!

 
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ok its in the car now and i can use the Fiero sensors for oil pressure and coolant temp
only Air Fuelgauge isnt attached atm.


These gauges worked directly off of the Fiero sensors? No circuitry or anything needed to calibrate them or anything? Could you post a direct link to the gauges you used? I went to the site above, and could not find them. My German is VERY rusty, as I have not spoken it in 15 years. It is quite sad, as I spent a lot of time and effort learning German when I was stationed in Giessen for 4 years with the American Army. I could speak almost fluently, and now, after not speaking it for 15 years, have forgotten just about everything....

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Guten Tag Wow! I was so happy to find this thread! I came across an image somewhere, and one of the images was one of the early stage of your build where you were test fitting the separated A/C controls. That little trick gave me the little bit of extra space that I needed to mount my 10" touch screen for my CarPC in the center console. You have done an amazing job on that center console!


These gauges worked directly off of the Fiero sensors? No circuitry or anything needed to calibrate them or anything? Could you post a direct link to the gauges you used? I went to the site above, and could not find them. My German is VERY rusty, as I have not spoken it in 15 years. It is quite sad, as I spent a lot of time and effort learning German when I was stationed in Giessen for 4 years with the American Army. I could speak almost fluently, and now, after not speaking it for 15 years, have forgotten just about everything....


yes they work with the Fiero sensors. i attached the coolant temp and oilressure cables directly to 11 and 17 of normal gauge cluster .
but i had to disable the original gauges to make them work .
the Temperature gauge is very exact but it reads in °C Oilpressuregauge works and gives same numbers when i use the Sensor of the gauge manufacturer.
Air Fuel gauge is simply hooked up onto the O2 sensor connector cable.
Volt gauge has no sensor it only needs 2 wires.

direct link to the instrument section of the seller is here :
http://www.carparts-online....fe21c140a18dfc2eee52

they have also red digital instruments in program now would be a better match for our cars

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how did you do the wiring ?

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