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    Default Building a digital photo viewer with an old lcd screen and a sandisk photo viewer

    I am building a digital photo viewer with an old lcd screen (from a playstation 1) and a sandisk photo viewer. I would like use one power adapter for the whole thing but each item has its own power specs.

    Sandisk - 12vdc, 600ma

    LCD Screen - 7.5V dc, 2.0a

    What would I need to buy and build?

    Here's the instructions for the project

    http://www.instructables.com/id/EUDA...7IJP/?ALLSTEPS

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    Default Re: Building a digital photo viewer with an old lcd screen and a sandisk photo viewer

    Please note I have *moved* this thread from the Coffee Without CAD Forum to this one as I feel this particular Forum is a more appropriate place for such a topic.

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    Default Re: Building a digital photo viewer with an old lcd screen and a sandisk photo viewer

    Wonder if this could be done with an old thinkpad 760L screen.
    The computer is pretty much worthless.

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