Once the verdex wireless is associated with an AP you should be able to "iwconfig wlan0 power on", which should drop the power consumption and heat generated quite a bit.

On Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 5:35 AM, Kirk <km@ecs.soton.ac.uk> wrote:
yes they usually get very hot.. I would think the arm low power sleep
when not busy type mode would be useful in all cases (I have never tried
it though)

We use small heatsinks sometimes on the two big chips if we're feeling
worried about them in a confined box....


On 17/02/2011 18:56, Wenjia Liu wrote:
> Hello there,
> I combined Gumstix Verdex Pro XL6P and netpro-vx and then powered on this combination. After about 10 minutes, the wifi module on the netpro was pretty hot, also the processor chip on Gumstix Verdex(I can't put my fingers on). I'd like to know is this a normal case? If I keep the combination power on, are they going to be burnt?
> Thanks,
> Wenjia
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