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Erik Malund
11/26/12 07:47
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Mt Airy, Nc
USA


 
#188905 - nobody has been that stupid
Responding to: Raj Nambiar's previous message
but I was sure that some of you would be able to throw some light on the expected behaviour.
nobody (who knows what he does) has been stupid enough to use components outside their limits and thus nobody (who knows what he does) will be able to answer you.

I can give you sort of an anwer by telling you that there once was a post "I have been overclocking the chip for years, why does it not work now?" Well the answer is simple: "working outside the limits may appear to work till it show you that it does not.

BTW if your customer specify "must work to -40C" and you have accepted that in the contract, you will be liable to have your behind sued if you use any components not rated for that temp.

Erik



List of 27 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
-40 degree Celsius operation      Raj Nambiar      11/24/12 03:45      
   Heating pads      Hal Albach      11/24/12 04:15      
   Undefined behaviour!      Andy Neil      11/24/12 04:51      
      bending it in neon      Erik Malund      11/24/12 08:31      
         That means that you're on your own ... no support       Richard Erlacher      11/24/12 08:53      
   Why?      Kai Klaas      11/24/12 08:52      
      Not in Dubai      Raj Nambiar      11/26/12 07:12      
         nobody has been that stupid      Erik Malund      11/26/12 07:47      
         So many pitfalls...        Oliver Sedlacek      11/26/12 10:18      
            testing      Erik Malund      11/26/12 12:49      
               And what is the cost of testing?      Kalpak Dabir      11/27/12 22:10      
                  the cost of testing      Andy Neil      11/29/12 00:54      
                     it's not just pass/fail ...        Richard Erlacher      11/30/12 09:47      
                        Tell me about it!      Andy Neil      11/30/12 11:24      
                        Why?      Erik Malund      11/30/12 14:13      
                           Why??? It's to protect your own gluteus maximus      Richard Erlacher      11/30/12 15:28      
         what would happen       Andy Neil      11/26/12 23:42      
   Heaters/controllers      Joseph Hebert      11/24/12 20:31      
   Low temp components      Oliver Sedlacek      11/26/12 02:45      
      Potting wont help       Andy Neil      11/26/12 23:45      
         it's probably less costly to heat a small enclosure      Richard Erlacher      11/27/12 00:08      
            at very cold start...      Stefan KAnev      11/27/12 06:18      
               Yes it can ...      Richard Erlacher      11/27/12 10:16      
   it's not that simple ...       Richard Erlacher      11/27/12 00:13      
      heater      Erik Malund      11/27/12 07:25      
         With an NTC resistor driving the base?      Oliver Sedlacek      11/27/12 08:35      
            It's very simple...      Kai Klaas      11/28/12 05:37      

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