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Car PC Hacks, Tips & Tools for Geeking Your Ride

Creator: Damien Stolarz | Computers - 2005

Car PC Hacks is the first book available to introduce and entrench you into this hot new market. You can count on the book because it hails from O'Reilly, a trusted resource for technical books.

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

About this book
A car PC or carputer is a car tricked-out with electronics for playing radio, music and DVD movies, connecting to the Internet, navigating and tracking with satellite, taking photos, and any electronic gadget a person wants in a car. All these devices are managed and controlled through a single screen or interface. The only place car PC enthusiasts can go for advice, tips and tools is a handful of hard-to-find Web sites--until now. Car PC Hacks is your guide into the car PC revolution. Packing MP3 players, handheld devices, computers and video-on-demand systems gives you a pile too heavy to carry. But add a car and put them together, you've got a powerful and mobile multimedia center requiring no lifting. The next time you give kids a lift, you won't hear, "Are we there yet?" Instead, expect "We're there already?" as they won't want to leave the car while playing video games from multiple consoles. Car PC Hacks is the first book available to introduce and entrench you into this hot new market. You can count on the book because it hails from O'Reilly, a trusted resource for technical books. Expect innovation, useful tools, and fun experiments that you've come to expect from O'Reilly's Hacks Series. Maybe you've hacked computers and gadgets, and now you're ready to take it to your car. If hacking is new and you would like to mix cars and computers, this book gets you started with its introduction to the basics of car electrical systems. Even when you're unclear on the difference between amps and watts, expect a clear explanation along with real-life examples to get on track. Whether you're venturing into car PC for the first time or an experienced hobbyist, hop in the book for a joy ride.

384 pages

Ask the Family Handy-man

House & Home - 1999

You usually see GFCI's (ground fault circuit interrupters) in a kitchen or bathroom; they're the outlets with the tiny Test and Reset buttons. A GFCI is basically a super-sensitive switch that can detect leaks of electrical current that could cause  ...

Publisher: Readers Digest

312 pages

Commercial Electrical Wiring

Creator: John E. Traister, Ronald T. Murray | Technology & Engineering - 2000

Such parts include metallic conduit, outlet boxes, enclosures, and frames on motors, controllers, and other electrically-operated equipment. These items are bonded together for the following purposes: • To limit the voltage to ground on metallic ...

Publisher: Craftsman Book Company

Electrical Directory

2-Wire (no ground) Electrical Outlet Installation Wiring ...
How to wire an un-grounded electrical outlet - How to wire an eletrical receptacle (OUTLET OR WALL PLUG) WHEN THERE ARE JUST TWO WIRES (HOT AND NEUTRAL) BUT NO GROUND ...

The Easiest Way to Ground an Outlet - wikiHow
How to Ground an Outlet. Older homes often have two-pronged outlets that need to be replaced with a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFI or GFCI) receptacle.

Electrical Outlet
Find more information about electrical outlet, receptacle, and electrical plugs. Includes information on the electrical systems used in most countries.

Type I Electrical Outlet and Electrical Receptacle
Type I Electrical Outlet Guide, including information on the electrical adapter plug, and a list of countries that use the Type I Electrical Outlet and Electric

Do it yourself - How to wire a GFCI electrical outlet.
This section covers do it yourself wiring of an GFCI electrical outlet. A GFCI outlet is different from conventional outlets. In the event of a ground fault, a GFCI ...


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