[rescue] Re: Temperature Monitoring?
rescue at sunhelp.org
Thu Aug 2 07:18:46 CDT 2001
You could try taping/gluing a Thermochron(s) to the inside of the SS20. A
Thermochron is a small metal can (looks like a thick lithium coin cell)
which will log temperature at set times for later downloading to a
computer (Linux port of the drivers are available, perhaps someone has
tried it with Solaris).
On Wed, 01 Aug 2001 14:06:38 -0400, sambo at charm.net wrote:
> There's been some discussion recently on another mailing list (that I
> know some of you are on) of SS20s overheating because of larger than
> stock hard drives. Is this a real danger? As I've mentioned, I put 9G
> and 18G drives in mine, and they run hot, but I kind of expected them
> to. I stuck another small fan between the drives and the cd-rom/floppy
> pile, but I don't know how much good it really does. I won't try to
> replicate the additional fan thread happening on the other list here,
> but what I was wondering is if the SS20 has any sort of temperature
> monitoring capabilities like peecee hardware does with LM sensors. Or is
> this a job for chilled bearing grease?
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