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Posted by nicksanspam on August 16, 2008, 2:56 pm
 


OK. Don't think :-)


I'd say 2 watts max for the PC above.


What hard drive?

It's about 4"x4"x2" tall, with no hard drive or keyboard or display, just
connectors, including 3 USB. We added Ubuntu linux with a 1-wire file
system (OWFS) on a $0 1 GB flash ram to handle a string of $ Dallas
sensors that respond with a 12 bit temperature after they see their
factory-programmed 64-bit address go by on a single shared twisted pair.

The best part is Ubuntu's bwbasic, which is almost identical to gwbasic :-)

Nick


Posted by nicksanspam on August 16, 2008, 2:56 pm
 
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OK. Don't think :-)
 

I'd say 2 watts max for the PC above.
 

What hard drive?  
 
It's about 4"x4"x2" tall, with no hard drive or keyboard or display, just
connectors, including 3 USB. We added Ubuntu linux with a 1-wire file
system (OWFS) on a $0 1 GB flash ram to handle a string of $ Dallas
sensors that respond with a 12 bit temperature after they see their
factory-programmed 64-bit address go by on a single shared twisted pair.
 
The best part is Ubuntu's bwbasic, which is almost identical to gwbasic :-)
 
Nick
 

Posted by nicksanspam on August 16, 2008, 2:56 pm
 This message was originally addressed to All
and was forwarded to you by DAVID WILLIAMS
                -----------------------------------
 

OK. Don't think :-)
 

I'd say 2 watts max for the PC above.
 

What hard drive?  
 
It's about 4"x4"x2" tall, with no hard drive or keyboard or display, just
connectors, including 3 USB. We added Ubuntu linux with a 1-wire file
system (OWFS) on a $0 1 GB flash ram to handle a string of $ Dallas
sensors that respond with a 12 bit temperature after they see their
factory-programmed 64-bit address go by on a single shared twisted pair.
 
The best part is Ubuntu's bwbasic, which is almost identical to gwbasic :-)
 
Nick
 

Posted by nicksanspam on August 16, 2008, 2:56 pm
 This message was originally addressed to All
and was forwarded to you by DAVID WILLIAMS
                -----------------------------------
 

OK. Don't think :-)
 

I'd say 2 watts max for the PC above.
 

What hard drive?  
 
It's about 4"x4"x2" tall, with no hard drive or keyboard or display, just
connectors, including 3 USB. We added Ubuntu linux with a 1-wire file
system (OWFS) on a $0 1 GB flash ram to handle a string of $ Dallas
sensors that respond with a 12 bit temperature after they see their
factory-programmed 64-bit address go by on a single shared twisted pair.
 
The best part is Ubuntu's bwbasic, which is almost identical to gwbasic :-)
 
Nick
 

Posted by metspitzer on August 16, 2008, 5:19 pm
 On 16 Aug 2008 10:56:40 -0400, nicksanspam@ece.villanova.edu wrote:


I was replying to the statement that the computers used from 100-500
watts.

Guess I did that wrong.

Sorry

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