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Subject: Re: Pictures and drawings of my system
From: Dave Willey davewilley@.............
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 23:04:13 -0700 (PDT)

Hi Keith,

Long time no hear.

Just FYI for you.  The link you posted was incomplete
as posted.

For those who want to check out Keith's system...
I did some exploring and found it here:

As an aside Keith, I'm setting up a 3-axis strong
motion detector using many of Larry's boards &
geophones that I got from him.  I guess that M4.3 we
had come through here recently got me off the dime and
I've started to put something together.   

I'm stuffing  a 1 gig ITX mom board (6.25" on a side-
man are they TINY!), plus the usual power supply, H/D,
& wireless NIC card, etc into a 50 cal ammo can as a
remote data logger.  As it's going outside in the
backyard & it's REAL dusty, I'm adding a new K&N
cleanable air filter from an industrial gas motor,& a
pc fan to keep things cool. It's much easier to keep
the filter washed, rather than vacuum out the mom
board, power supply & case every three to six months. 
Rather odd collection of parts.


Dave Willey - KD6KWM

--- kpayea  wrote:
> Hello all:
> I have in the past posted descriptions of my
> implementation of Sean-Thomas
> Morrisey's design for a vertical seismometer.  Well,
> I finally got some
> pictures posted on my web site: 
> I tried to balance download speed with photo detail.
>  If there is something
> you would like explained, or can stand a large
> e-mail attachment, let me
> know and I can send you a high resolution image.
> I'm working on getting the schematics up there as
> well.  As soon as I come
> up with a decent set of tools that doesn't cost an
> arm and a leg, I'll send
> an update.  If any of you have suggestions for a
> clean way to start from a
> real schematic capture tool, and end up with a
> standard graphical format
> like .gif or .pdf, I'd like to hear them.
> Let me know what you think!
> Happy Browsing,
>         Keith
> Keith Payea
> Bryant Labs
> kpayea@..............
> (707) 566-8935


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