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'[OT:] shock absorbers for an IDE HD'
2004\01\19@111454 by cisco J. A. Ares

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Hi PIClisters

Does anyone know of anything I can use to avoid shocks and vibration to
reach a hard disk to be mounted in an industrial rack? I do have an
industrial computer, but don't have an industrial HD

I was thinking about something like these, but not as big ;-)  (large
link text follows)

http://www1.int.conrad.com/scripts/wgate/zcop_in/~flN0YXRlPTc1MTQyMTc5NA==?~template=PCAT_AREA_S_BROWSE&glb_user_js=Y&shop=A_B2C_IN&product_show_id=0000000000000000000000000000000000228656&p_init_ipc=X&p_page_to_display=fromoutside&~cookies=1

Thanks
Francisco

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2004\01\19@115646 by Ken Pergola

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Francisco J. A. Ares wrote:

> Does anyone know of anything I can use to avoid shocks and vibration to
> reach a hard disk to be mounted in an industrial rack? I do have an
> industrial computer, but don't have an industrial HD

I would investigate Sorbothane (TM) material -- it's been around for a long
time.

http://www.sorbothane.com

Best regards,

Ken Pergola

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2004\01\19@120929 by Jonathan Johnson

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please consider........http://tinyurl.com/


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Subject: [OT:] shock absorbers for an IDE HD


Hi PIClisters

Does anyone know of anything I can use to avoid shocks and vibration to
reach a hard disk to be mounted in an industrial rack? I do have an
industrial computer, but don't have an industrial HD

I was thinking about something like these, but not as big ;-)  (large
link text follows)

www1.int.conrad.com/scripts/wgate/zcop_in/~flN0YXRlPTc1MTQyMTc5NA==?~
template=PCAT_AREA_S_BROWSE&glb_user_js=Y&shop=A_B2C_IN&product_show_id=0000
000000000000000000000000000000228656&p_init_ipc=X&p_page_to_display=fromouts
ide&~cookies=1

Thanks
Francisco

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2004\01\19@140931 by Amaury Jacquot

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Jonathan Johnson wrote:
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I have manufactured one for my carpc with standard L aluminum profile
and rubber grommets (5mm thick) from the faucet department
that seems to work well

you may want to use a laptop HDD wich are much more sensitive to vibrations.

Also, you may want to use compact flash if you don't have much to write,
 or boot the computer across the network (you need a PXE-enabled bios
for that).

Sincerely

Amaury

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