[time-nuts] Thunderbolt stability and ambient temperature
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Tue Jun 9 15:12:53 EDT 2009
In message <BLU125-W8D0E8A08CFBCDCC3E5D3ACE440 at phx.gbl>, Mark Sims writes:
>Placing the Tbolt in a corrugated cardboard box [...]
We have discussed this topic some time back, and I relayed a suggestion
from the Danish Metrology Lab: Use an unplugged fridge.
Apart from a good air volume and sensible insulation, if you rip out
the compressor, you can use the cooling circuit to do active temperature
control if you want.
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