About powering the in-vehicle computer - SharpX X1S, X2S, X1S-CN, X2S-CN, XSU

AutoVu Hardware Guide for SharpX Mobile Installation

Applies to
SharpX X1S, X2S, X1S-CN, X2S-CN, XSU
Last updated
2018-10-05
Content type
Guides
Guides > Installation guides
Language
English (United States)
Product
SharpX

Use the 8A MAX relay on the LPR Processing Unit to control the power to the in-vehicle computer. This way, the computer will receive power only when the ignition is on.

You must power the in-vehicle computer through the LPR Processing Unit’s auxiliary 8A MAX relay. The laptop and the LPR Processing Unit will both react to the vehicle’s ignition signal (after a programmable delay). The laptop will then run on its own battery (duration configurable in Windows).

The following diagram shows a typical installation where power for the in-vehicle computer is controlled by the LPR Processing Unit relay:

In-vehicle computer - power supply