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Re: Cooling control panel & monitor venting.
« Reply #10 on: June 12, 2011, 02:02:41 PM »
Br549,

That is what the factory cooling is. There is a 110 volt fan blowing in from the cabinet door ( it blows directly on my gecko drives). There is a box on the outside with a pleated filter in it to clean the incoming air.

At the top is a screen with a louver on it to direct the air down and keep other stuff out of it.

I have a small squirrel cage fan ( bathroom exhaust), that I am wanting to mount on the door for a powered exhaust at the top.

There are about (3) PC fans inside to help move the air across certain things.

I will post some pics of it to make it easier to understand.

Around here heat kills a lot of electronics. >:D

JAckal ;D
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Re: Cooling control panel & monitor venting.
« Reply #11 on: July 11, 2011, 10:00:59 PM »
Just an update on the temp here. I am sure others are having the same  drought and heat. Yesterday got up to 108 deg F  ( 42 Celsius).

Temp inside my shop was 115 deg F ( 46 Cel.)


The temp on the West facing  wall in my shop was 130deg F (54.4 Cel)

Since we don't have a sweating icon:

 >:D :'( >:D :'(

It's not bothering me as bad this summer. I've lost about 20 lbs since last year.


JAckal
« Last Edit: July 11, 2011, 10:20:10 PM by Jackal »
Everything is bio-degradable if you run over it enough with a lawnmower.