From: Fishel, Arthur <Arthur.F<ishel@pa...> - 2006-01-05 23:09:55
[mailto:gumstix-users-admin@...] On Behalf Of James
Sent: Thursday, January 05, 2006 5:07 PM
Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] Operating temperature ranges
what would be the best way to measure humidity? Basically I've got one=20
spare serial port to run a datalogger through - I had planned to use a=20
cheap data logger i found http://www.quasarelectronics.com/3145.htm - if
you know of any better ones then get in touch - no experience with pics=20
though so that sort of rules them out. James
On Jan 5 2006, Keith Olson wrote:
>Any chance of adding a humidity test? Obviously, there won't be much
>maximum altitude, but the data would still be interesting.
>James Coon wrote:
>> Hi all, I've sent a gumstix to 66,000ft :-D, however i didn't measure
>> the temperature - at that height the outside temp would have been
>> or less, not sure what it was inside the payload but the gumstix=20
>> worked throughout the "mission". Pegasus II my next launch will have
>> temp sensor inside and outside the payload so I'll be able to report=20
>> back on what temperatures it drops to. Sorry for no definite answer=20
>> but in 2 months or so I might have an answer. yours james
>> On Jan 5 2006, Palmer, John (Mission Systems) wrote:
>>> I hope it's -40C to +85C in 100% humidity, then it would be great
>>> extreme outdoor applications.
>>> We're pretty interested in this as well...
>>> On Jan 5, 2006, at 8:26 AM, Antoine Cottin wrote:
>>> Someone have an idear of the operating temperaing range of the=20
>>> gumstix ?
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