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On Mon Sep 02, 2019 at 05:07:07PM +0100, tim at pelican.org wrote:
> On Monday, 2 September, 2019 15:03, "Valdis Kl??tnieks" <valdis.kletnieks at vt.edu> said:
> > Hardened? Is this just "will survive in a not-well-cooled telco closet"
> > hardening,
> > or something more.... unusual?
> I don't see specs yet, but I would expect it's the former, similar to the MX104 against the rest of the MX range. NEBS-compliances, and -40C to 65C operating temperature range (standard 0C to 46C).
For telco sites Cisco do theirs
NCS-55A2-MOD-HX-S: Temperature-hardened, conformal coated
Operating Temperature -40C to +70C
they don't say to what degree the conformal coating protects
it but that is usually used in dirty environments (military
was a common user, I don't know their target for this)