Viewing Rig: The Manhattan Project

Rig Type
Other
Status
Currently Owned
Date Created
02-05-2020 06:45 PM
Date Modified
03-09-2020 09:32 PM
Description
I actually got the idea one day going back and forth with J7SC in the ban thread, followed up by a series of PMs between the two of us. Muffler Bearings' main platform consists of a control panel that is used to manage temps as well as monitor just about anything within the realm of feasible possibility (and then some), as well as conduct experiments and component level testing. The control panel is attached to a frame built to house two Watercool MORA3 radiators, 4x D5 vario pumps (2x2; dual loops), and two Heatkiller 200 reservoirs. Quick disconnects for both cooling fluid and electrical connections (e.g., signals; psus for the sub-platforms will be unique) will allow for relatively easy connection of the control panel to either the extruded aluminum test platform containing the motherboard or the Caselabs SMA8. While I have just about every conceivable module that was available via Caselabs for the SMA8 on hand, there will be no real need to add anything but fans for airflow to the SMA8.

Some of the test equipment I'll be using follows:

Amprobe TMA10A Anemometer Thermometer
Digital Water TDS Meter, Kill-A-Watt Meter, pH Meter
DMMCheck Plus R5 Calibration Standard
DT6236B Contact and Laser Photo Tachometer
Dwyer Series 490-1 wet/wet Digital Manometer 0-15psi
Extech 380499 Resistance Decade Box
Extech 407736 Sound Level Meter
Fluke 289 True RMS Multimeter
Fluke i1010 AC/DC Current Clamp
GW Instek 1850D Lab PSU
HP/Agilent 54622D 2+16 channel Mixed Signal Scope + A/D Probes
HTI HT-18 Thermal Imaging Camera
Keithley 2231A-30-3 DC Power Supply, 30V, 3A, 195W
King Instruments 75302113C-04 Liquid 2 GPM Flow Meter (2x)
King Instruments 75302117C06 Liquid 5 GPM Flow Meter (1x)
King Instruments 761223052W 1FSSSSVT Liquid 3.8 GPM Flow Meter (2x)
Reveltronic RevelProg IS Serial Device Programmer
Tektronix 465 Analog Oscilloscope

Components (1)

    Other

    Misc. see build description for details $0
    Component Details
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