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Author Topic: Wacom Sensor Board Info  (Read 7724 times)
bumhee34
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« on: August 25, 2013, 08:09:04 AM »

This might be helpful to update bongo wiki..http://wiki.bongofish.co.uk/doku.php?id=bongofish:penenabled

I attached the pdf file.

12.1 (4:3)             Tablet PC                                Control Board   price ($)
SU-010-A01A   Toshiba Portege 3500                         PWB-A542-X   14.55
SU-010-X01   Toshiba Portege 3500                         PWB-A542-X   14.55
SU-011-A01   Gateway (Motion Computing) M1300       PWB-A565-X   13.64
SU-011-X01   Gateway (Motion Computing) M1300       PWB-A565-X   13.64
SU-012-X03   Fujitsu LifeBook T3010                            
SU-019-C01   Toshiba Portege M200                     
SU-019-D01   Toshiba Portege M200                     
SU-019-X01   Toshiba Portege M200                     
SU-025-A01   HP Compaq tc4200                     
SU-025-C01   HP Compaq tc4200                     
SU-025-C02   HP Compaq tc4200                     
SU-025-X01   HP Compaq tc4200                     
SU-029-B02   Fujitsu LifeBook T4010D                     
SU-029-X01   Fujitsu LifeBook T4010D                     
SU-1206E-01X   Toshiba Portege M400               
            
10.4 (4:3)        Tablet PC                   Control Board
SU-017-B01   Compaq Tablet tc1100        
SU-017-X01   Compaq Tablet tc1100     
SU-001-A01   TravelMate C113TCi     
SU-001-X01   Acer TravelMate C100      PWB-A505-A
SB-095LP       Fujitsu Stylistic ST4110         
            
12.1 (16:10)              Tablet PC                                   
SU-12W17A-01A         Gateway (Motion Computing) TB120   
SU-12W18A-01X         HP Compaq 2710p                           
SU-12W18A-03X         HP EliteBook 2730p                           
SU-12W18A-04X         HP EliteBook 2730p                           
SU5E-12W32AS-01X    HP EliteBook 2740p                   
SU5R-12W04AU-01X    HP Pavilion tx2000                   
SU5R-12W12AU-01X    HP Pavilion tx2000                   
SU6E-12W01AU-01A    HP TouchSmart tm2-1000           
            
13.3 (16:10)             Tablet PC                   
SU5E-13W01AS-01X   Fujitsu LifeBook T5010   
            
14.1 (4:3)           Tablet PC                                   
SU-015-X01   Acer TravelMate 252PCXI            
SU-015-X02   Gateway (Motion Computing) M275   
SU-015-X03   Acer TravelMate 250                   
SU-031-A02   Toshiba Satellite R15, Tecra M4   
SU-031-X02   ?                                           
SU-035-A01   Acer TravelMate C300                   
SU-035-X01   Acer TravelMate C310                   
            
14.1 (16:10)   Tablet PC   
AM80014W000   ?           

* wacom sensor board.pdf (33.05 KB - downloaded 452 times.)
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« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2013, 04:31:29 AM »

ah!  cool info!  From where is this coming from?  How did they come up with this information in the first place?

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« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2013, 06:41:49 AM »

ah!  cool info!  From where is this coming from?  How did they come up with this information in the first place?



I googled it! I am trying to convert TabletPC into some kind of Cintiq. (actually I already have DIY tablet, ptz930+lp150e05)
During searching, i found pchub.com. They have a bunch of wacom sensor boards with low price.
So, I've checked every contents they have... and made table.
The table is a little bit updated, cause i found more 14.1' wide wacom sensor board in ebay.
I attached the table..and hope this might be helpful.
And sorry for my poor English.

* wacom sensor board v0.2.pdf (33.15 KB - downloaded 538 times.)
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« Reply #3 on: June 09, 2017, 02:58:38 PM »

Sorry. What this topic mean? Some tablet have same as wacom 13 hd or other screen??
Like i can just buy it and its all in the screen? Smiley
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« Reply #4 on: June 10, 2017, 12:43:47 AM »

Kind of - however, you will have to find-build an adapter for the digitizer to be connected to a computer.

On digitizers that use a usb connection, it means finding their  pinout and soldering them to a usb-cable or a usb socket.

For the ones that use a serial connection, you'll have to find their pinout (again) and use a microcontroller with a firmware to convert the serial connection to a usb one (see the various Convert serial to usb threads for more details).

A pro of these is that they are pretty much jitter free.

Cons, they are limited in size (14.1" the biggest ones) and, actually, the electronics is a bit more difficult to pull out than connecting the screen to a controller board and lay it over a tablet.

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« Reply #5 on: June 12, 2017, 01:02:08 PM »

Kind of - however, you will have to find-build an adapter for the digitizer to be connected to a computer.

On digitizers that use a usb connection, it means finding their  pinout and soldering them to a usb-cable or a usb socket.

For the ones that use a serial connection, you'll have to find their pinout (again) and use a microcontroller with a firmware to convert the serial connection to a usb one (see the various Convert serial to usb threads for more details).

A pro of these is that they are pretty much jitter free.

Cons, they are limited in size (14.1" the biggest ones) and, actually, the electronics is a bit more difficult to pull out than connecting the screen to a controller board and lay it over a tablet.


Okay Thanks! do You know If i can use a wacom Pen 2 in the Intuos 4 large and obtain 8192 level of pressure? Or o still need a different circuito board ??
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« Reply #6 on: June 12, 2017, 03:43:52 PM »

Okay Thanks! do You know If i can use a wacom Pen 2 in the Intuos 4 large and obtain 8192 level of pressure? Or o still need a different circuito board ??
Most wacom pens are not interchangeable and you will certainly not have more features by just getting the better pen.
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« Reply #7 on: June 12, 2017, 04:38:51 PM »

Okay Perfect. I bought a used Intuos 4 large. Then what i have to do its open it Smiley
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