I may have found the answer in the Thin ITX Design Guide
Mating connector - ACES 88441-40
Please can you clarify.
yes, as said above.
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The 40p eDP connector on the DN2800MT was originally designed by I-PEX and replicated by ACES and Starconn. The I-PEX cable side connector is called the Cabline-II-HT1 part number 20142-040U-20F and the SMT connector on the DN2800MT is I-PEX part number 20143-040E-21F. The eDP Display cable side Connector can be either a 30p or a 40p from I-PEX (display vender selected) called the Cabline-VS part number 20453-030T-11 and the SMT connector on the display assembly is part number 20455-030E-12. Contact I-PEX for more details on the connectors and cables in Austin , Texas 512 -339 -4739 ask for Greg Young email@example.com
I made a few eDP-to-eDP cables for the Intel DQ77KB board to a CHIMEI LCD Panel with a 30-pin I-PEX 20453-030T-01 connector in the LCD panel end.
The cables are build from the pin assignment stated in the Intel DQ77KB manual. They work fine with another motherboard from ASUS (Q87T). But when I connect the LCD to the eDP port of a Intel DQ77KB board using the same cable as I used a second ago with the ASUS Q87T board theres no video on the LCD panel. Backlight turns on and off though.
I've earlier posted here in the forum about a minor error in the Intel DQ77KB documentation where it says the default jumper option for vcc at the lvds/edp ports is 3.3v which isn't true. Perhaps there more errors in the documentation that I didn't catch. Did someone actually get the eDP port to work?
I've bought 2 sample cables from the store "eDP-LVDS-cable" is advertising aboit in this thread. Apparently they mirrored the 30-pin end and didn't connect the AUX channel through.