Thank you Andrey, We'll have to review what our requirements are and then get back to you once we have decided what to order.
Kind regards, *Richard Rigby* Software Developer www.redzone.com Ph: +64 9 479 9901 Fax: +64 9 479 9904 13 Tarndale Grove • Albany • Auckland 0632 • New Zealand On Tue, 6 Nov 2018 at 10:43, Andrey Filippov <and...@elphel.com> wrote: > Richard, > > So you need extra 10385? standard 48V (with PoE option) or lower? We can > send you a half-body too. > > When developing thermal management, we decided to avoid explicit fans and > provide just a heat plate as there are many cases (probably yours included) > where you anyway have large metal parts that can absorb/transfer heat > without any fan. But there is fan control in the camera as well as thermal > shutdown fro the system (provided you have power supply board that can be > turned off by the camera, otherwise (3.3V input) camera can only go to > reset mode (lower power), but still consuming. > > The heat plate has a smaller aluminum square plate that is glued with > thermal conductive epoxy, so that smaller plate is perfectly aligned with > the CPU/FPGA 10mm x 10mm silicon thermal interface, and the large area of > epoxy reduces thermal impedance. This allowed us to use all-rigid parts > without spring-loaded heat sinks like in computers to provide better > tolerance to vibration and mechanical shocks. > > Andrey > > > ---- On Mon, 05 Nov 2018 13:20:44 -0800 *Richard Rigby > <rri...@redzone.com <rri...@redzone.com>>* wrote ---- > > Hi Andrey, > > Thank you very much for your reply. > > We will design some additional heatsink into our housing. > > I think that we will end up ordering an extra power board otherwise I may > end up wiring up the 3.3 volts directly. > > Kind regards, > > *Richard Rigby* > Software Developer > > www.redzone.com > > Ph: +64 9 479 9901 > > Fax: +64 9 479 9904 > > > 13 Tarndale Grove • Albany • Auckland 0632 • New Zealand > > > On Tue, 6 Nov 2018 at 09:08, Andrey Filippov <and...@elphel.com> wrote: > > > Richard, > here are the photos or half-enclosure that we use during > development/testing to have access to the board: > > https://www.elphel.com/wiki/10393_manual#Developers_version.27s_half_enclosure > > We also can provide the full body extrusion tube if you need some custom > machining > > Andrey > > > ---- On Mon, 05 Nov 2018 11:47:41 -0800 *Elphel Support > <firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>>* > wrote ---- > > Richard, > > Aluminum heatsink is required, and it is not interchangeable - each has a > heatsink matches particular board. Aluminumb body is not required as long > as heatsink is thermally connected to other parts. It is also possible to > cut custom extrusion we use for the camera body in 2 halves and use each to > mount 10393 with heatsink. The 10393 with the heatsink as on your photo is > not sufficient - temporarily you can use external fan, we can send you that > half-body. If you do not use 10389 (it is mounted on the other side of the > heat plate) you may just put/attach a larger aluminum something to the > other side of the heat plate - then you will not need a fan. > > Camera system board uses 3.3V power and does not have PoE circuitry, only > RJ45 with magnetics. The power signals for PoE are just routed to the > connector. > > So without additional power board it is only possible to power from 3.3V > as I understand you were doing with 10393 and earlier 10353. Just be > careful as there is no protection from over-voltage or reverse polarity on > the 3.3V lines. > > > https://wiki.elphel.com/wiki/10393_power#3.3V - shows how to connect 3.3V > > > Andrey > > > > > ---- On Mon, 05 Nov 2018 10:12:11 -0800 *Richard Rigby > <rri...@redzone.com <rri...@redzone.com>>* wrote ---- > > > > > _______________________________________________ > Support-list mailing list > Supportfirstname.lastname@example.org > http://support.elphel.com/mailman/listinfo/support-list_support.elphel.com > > Hi Oleg, > > I have been sent some 393 camera parts from my colleagues in Pittsburgh, > however there seems to be some parts missing. > > I have the System Board (10393) as shown in the attached photo, however > the Power Board (10385) is missing as well as the Aluminium enclosure. > > [image: 393 Camera.jpg] > > Is it possible to run the camera at all without the Power Board or is this > required even when using PoE? > > Also, is the Aluminium enclosure required as a heatsink or is the main > Aluminium chassis enough of a heatsink? > > > Kind regards, > > *Richard Rigby* > Software Developer > > www.redzone.com > > Ph: +64 9 479 9901 > > Fax: +64 9 479 9904 > > > 13 Tarndale Grove • Albany • Auckland 0632 • New Zealand > _______________________________________________ > Support-list mailing list > Supportemail@example.com > http://support.elphel.com/mailman/listinfo/support-list_support.elphel.com > > > > >
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