Power up when connected

Power up when connected

Post by M?ns Rullg? » Thu, 19 Jun 2003 02:51:55



I'd like to make an SX164 machine power up whenever external power is
connected.  Is this possible?

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Power up when connected

Post by M?ns Rullg?r » Thu, 19 Jun 2003 04:51:00


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I'd like to make an SX164 machine power up whenever external power is
connected.  Is this possible?

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Power up when connected

Post by Jafir Elkur » Thu, 19 Jun 2003 11:43:00


Are SX164 fully ATX compliant?  I know my pc164 and my LX164 have no choice
but to power up when power is applied, if I leave the switch on.


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> I'd like to make an SX164 machine power up whenever external power is
> connected.  Is this possible?

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Power up when connected

Post by M?ns Rullg?r » Thu, 19 Jun 2003 04:51:00


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I'd like to make an SX164 machine power up whenever external power is
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Power up when connected

Post by Jafir Elkur » Thu, 19 Jun 2003 06:43:00


(CHARSET: PC-8)
(PATH: 263/950 236/150 261/38 140/1 106/2000 123/500 3613/1275 134/10)

Are SX164 fully ATX compliant?  I know my pc164 and my LX164 have no choice
but to power up when power is applied, if I leave the switch on.


> (CHARSET: PC-8)
> (PATH: 263/950 236/150 261/38 140/1 106/2000 123/500 3613/1275 134/10)

> I'd like to make an SX164 machine power up whenever external power is
> connected.  Is this possible?

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Power up when connected

Post by Jafir Elkur » Thu, 19 Jun 2003 06:43:00


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Are SX164 fully ATX compliant?  I know my pc164 and my LX164 have no choice
but to power up when power is applied, if I leave the switch on.


> (CHARSET: PC-8)
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> I'd like to make an SX164 machine power up whenever external power is
> connected.  Is this possible?

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Power up when connected

Post by M?ns Rullg? » Fri, 20 Jun 2003 20:06:34



> > I'd like to make an SX164 machine power up whenever external power is
> > connected.  Is this possible?

> Are SX164 fully ATX compliant?  I know my pc164 and my LX164 have no choice
> but to power up when power is applied, if I leave the switch on.

Which switch?  Do you mean a switch on the power supply?  Mine doesn't
have one, but I could exchange it, if it would help.

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Power up when connected

Post by M?ns Rullg? » Sat, 21 Jun 2003 20:11:09



> Then the SX must be different from the LX...  the LX doesn't have a "soft"
> power on switch like most ATX motherboards... instead, you short the poweron
> signal to ground and then the thing just fires up when you flip the switch
> on the powersupply.  Or you leave the power supply on (or use one that is
> always on) and have a "hard" switch to ground the power on signal.

The front panel switch is connected to the motherboard.  I tried
replacing the switch with a jumper, but nothing happened.  Next I
tried shorting the ATX power-on wire (green) to ground.  That made the
power supply fire up when I connected the power cord.  The motherboard
didn't start up, though.  It seems like it needs an edge on the power
on input to trigger something.  Now I'm thinking of connecting a relay
to the 5V power (purple) from the power supply, with the output
connected across the power switch.  I'm hoping that will trigger the
MB when external power is applied.

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Power up when connected

Post by M?ns Rullg?r » Fri, 20 Jun 2003 22:06:00


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> > I'd like to make an SX164 machine power up whenever external power is
> > connected.  Is this possible?

> Are SX164 fully ATX compliant?  I know my pc164 and my LX164 have no choice
> but to power up when power is applied, if I leave the switch on.

Which switch?  Do you mean a switch on the power supply?  Mine doesn't have
one, but I could exchange it, if it would help.

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Power up when connected

Post by Jafir Elkur » Fri, 20 Jun 2003 16:18:00


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Then the SX must be different from the LX...  the LX doesn't have a "soft"
power on switch like most ATX motherboards... instead, you short the poweron
signal to ground and then the thing just fires up when you flip the switch on
the powersupply.  Or you leave the power supply on (or use one that is always
on) and have a "hard" switch to ground the power on signal.



> > > I'd like to make an SX164 machine power up whenever external power is
> > > connected.  Is this possible?

> > Are SX164 fully ATX compliant?  I know my pc164 and my LX164 have no
choice
> > but to power up when power is applied, if I leave the switch on.

> Which switch?  Do you mean a switch on the power supply?  Mine doesn't
> have one, but I could exchange it, if it would help.

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Power up when connected

Post by M?ns Rullg?r » Sat, 21 Jun 2003 22:11:00


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(PATH: 263/950 236/150 261/38 140/1 106/2000 123/500 3613/1275 134/10)


> Then the SX must be different from the LX...  the LX doesn't have a "soft"
> power on switch like most ATX motherboards... instead, you short the
poweron
> signal to ground and then the thing just fires up when you flip the switch
> on the powersupply.  Or you leave the power supply on (or use one that is
> always on) and have a "hard" switch to ground the power on signal.

The front panel switch is connected to the motherboard.  I tried replacing
the switch with a jumper, but nothing happened.  Next I tried shorting the
ATX power-on wire (green) to ground.  That made the power supply fire up when
I connected the power cord.  The motherboard didn't start up, though.  It
seems like it needs an edge on the power on input to trigger something.  Now
I'm thinking of connecting a relay to the 5V power (purple) from the power
supply, with the output connected across the power switch.  I'm hoping that
will trigger the MB when external power is applied.

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Power up when connected

Post by M?ns Rullg?r » Fri, 20 Jun 2003 22:06:00


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> > I'd like to make an SX164 machine power up whenever external power is
> > connected.  Is this possible?

> Are SX164 fully ATX compliant?  I know my pc164 and my LX164 have no choice
> but to power up when power is applied, if I leave the switch on.

Which switch?  Do you mean a switch on the power supply?  Mine doesn't have
one, but I could exchange it, if it would help.

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Power up when connected

Post by Jafir Elkur » Sun, 22 Jun 2003 18:31:00


(CHARSET: PC-8)
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(CHARSET: PC-8)
(PATH: 263/950 236/150 261/38 140/1 106/2000 123/500 3613/1275 134/10) From:

Then the SX must be different from the LX...  the LX doesn't have a "soft"
power on switch like most ATX motherboards... instead, you short the poweron
signal to ground and then the thing just fires up when you flip the switch on
the powersupply.  Or you leave the power supply on (or use one that is always
on) and have a "hard" switch to ground the power on signal.



> > > I'd like to make an SX164 machine power up whenever external power is
> > > connected.  Is this possible?

> > Are SX164 fully ATX compliant?  I know my pc164 and my LX164 have no
choice
> > but to power up when power is applied, if I leave the switch on.

> Which switch?  Do you mean a switch on the power supply?  Mine doesn't
> have one, but I could exchange it, if it would help.

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Power up when connected

Post by M?ns Rullg?r » Sat, 21 Jun 2003 22:11:00


(CHARSET: PC-8)
(PATH: 263/950 236/150 261/38 140/1 106/2000 123/500 3613/1275 134/10)

(CHARSET: PC-8)
(PATH: 263/950 236/150 261/38 140/1 106/2000 123/500 3613/1275 134/10) From:


> Then the SX must be different from the LX...  the LX doesn't have a "soft"
> power on switch like most ATX motherboards... instead, you short the
poweron
> signal to ground and then the thing just fires up when you flip the switch
> on the powersupply.  Or you leave the power supply on (or use one that is
> always on) and have a "hard" switch to ground the power on signal.

The front panel switch is connected to the motherboard.  I tried replacing
the switch with a jumper, but nothing happened.  Next I tried shorting the
ATX power-on wire (green) to ground.  That made the power supply fire up when
I connected the power cord.  The motherboard didn't start up, though.  It
seems like it needs an edge on the power on input to trigger something.  Now
I'm thinking of connecting a relay to the 5V power (purple) from the power
supply, with the output connected across the power switch.  I'm hoping that
will trigger the MB when external power is applied.

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Power up when connected

Post by Jafir Elkur » Tue, 24 Jun 2003 16:00:00


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(CHARSET: PC-8)
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(CHARSET: PC-8)
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Then the SX must be different from the LX...  the LX doesn't have a "soft"
power on switch like most ATX motherboards... instead, you short the poweron
signal to ground and then the thing just fires up when you flip the switch on
the powersupply.  Or you leave the power supply on (or use one that is always
on) and have a "hard" switch to ground the power on signal.



> > > I'd like to make an SX164 machine power up whenever external power is
> > > connected.  Is this possible?

> > Are SX164 fully ATX compliant?  I know my pc164 and my LX164 have no
choice
> > but to power up when power is applied, if I leave the switch on.

> Which switch?  Do you mean a switch on the power supply?  Mine doesn't
> have one, but I could exchange it, if it would help.

> --
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