Devantech Thermal Sensor
Does anybody know what the part number of the thermal sensor component
used in the Devantech TPA81 sensor is? I want to integrate a sensor of
that type into a new robot but I don't really like the form factor or
i2c interface of the TPA81.
...P4 thermal sensors problem
I am not certain if I have a problem with thermal sensors on CPU which
is P4 HT on 3GHz (Northwood) on motherboard (which is Abit IC7).
Sometimes, regardless of where I read temperature data from (BIOS,
software in Windows or Linux), temperature is 0 degrees. And curious,
when I remove the heatsink and put it together, turn machine on and
temperature is measured 50 degrees again (which was always normal
operating temperature when CPU is not heavily loaded). Next time when I
switch machine on temperature is indicated 0 degrees again !
What is the problem ?
To...Intel thermal density up again with 65nm shrink
Yousuf Khan <email@example.com> wrote in news:0MydnWety8pYYM_eRVn-
Tom's power measurements are for full system power, not just CPU - so
implying that the 17% decrease in system power means thermal density has
increased is misleading at best. I think it's more interesting to look at
the increase in power between idle and full load. For Cedar Mill this is
55W, and for Prescott 86W. So that's about a 36% decrease in active power
for a 3...Configuring hardware sensors on an Intel D865PERL motherboard
I'm running a custom (ck7 + evms patch) 126.96.36.199 kernel under Ubuntu
Breezy. I want the sensors-applet to indicate what temperature my CPU
is running at, since it's prone to overheating (I think). How can I get
that information? Do I have to enable some kind of module? I'm willing
to recompile the kernel, if I must.
Chris Rose wrote:
> I'm running a custom (ck7 + evms patch) 188.8.131.52 kernel under Ubuntu
> Breezy. I want the sensors-applet to indicate what temperature my CPU
> is running at, since it's prone to overheating (I think). How can...Anyone have "El Cheapo thermal sensor" schematics+code?
I was wanting to look back at Mark Johnson's old SPARCstation
audio port solution for a cheap thermal sensor and i can
only find his posting to the Sun-Manager's list from 1993
(http://www.sunmanagers.org/archives/1993/1566.html). That message
generates a corrupted UU-coded file ("invalid character 0xa on line N").
(i've tried various ways of retrieving (netscape, lynx-dump, cut/paste) to
ensure it's not netscape corrupting it)
I've tried "fixing" it by added trailing spaces to the short lines, but
the resultant TAR archive is corrupted then, even thou...Max detection distance of a human body using thermal imaging sensor???
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
I was wondering if anyone knows what that maximum distance is that you =
can detect a human body using thermal imaging technology. I know the =
pixel count makes a big difference. Those steady cams on police =
helicopters seem pretty good at long range.
Content-Transfer-Enc...Intel's 65nm Cedar Mill processor to have 65W thermal envelope
So Cedar Mill is the codename for the Prescott at 65nm? They said that
the power consumption of the dual-core Presler, which I assume is a
dual-core Cedar Mill will be 130W. That works out perfectly because that
would mean two cores are exactly twice the power of one core (65W x 2 =
130W). So they probably won't be trying to run the dual-cores slower
than the single-cores.
It seems as if they still haven't got a real dual-core yet, it's just
two processor...Do Boxed Intel CPUs come with heat sink compound/thermal grease, etc?
It's a looong time since I bought an Intel CPU. I just ordered a CPU and
mobo, and now I'm wondering whether I should have ordered heat sink
compound/thermal grease as well.
"Percival P. Cassidy" <Nobody@NotMyISP.net> wrote in message
> It's a looong time since I bought an Intel CPU. I just ordered a CPU and
> mobo, and now I'm wondering whether I should have ordered heat sink
> compound/thermal grease as well.
Yes, boxed Intel CPUs packaged with fan/heatsinks have thermal g...About Intel Celeron, Intel Centrino, Intel Pentium Mobile and Intel Pentium
I'm from spain, so sorry about my english. I'm going to buy a desktop
computer (I din't know if it is said DESKTOP o MOBILE COMPUTER). I don't
what kind of Intel I should buy.
The new powerful Intel Centrino has only 1'4 Ghz whereas the Pentium 4 has
3'06 Ghz. What kind of pentium do you recommend me to buy? I will use the
desktop for Photoshop.
Looking forward to yous answer!
and what is the differences betwen those Intel?
Pentium III Mobile,
"Chusqui22" <chusqui22BORRAESTO@iespana.es> esc...