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[aprssig] Arizona Heat/Electronic Equipment

J. Gary Bender, WS5N WS5N at mindspring.com
Mon Sep 4 16:17:18 UTC 2006


What part of Arizona?  It is a pretty big state.  I am about 30 miles from the Arizona stateline and I am considering turning my heater pilot light back on.  I have been using the heater in the car more than the a/c lately.  Once you get into the higher elevations, Arizona can cool off quite a bit.

I have spent time in Las Vegas, NV, in 110 degrees.  I never worried about the gear in the car.  Never had a problem with it.  Sometimes an LCD display will darken, but it recovers,  If it doesn't look like rain, leave a window cracked open.  Makes it nicer for humans, too, when you return to the car.  Get a sun reflector to put in the windshield when parked in the sun.  I am not sure it keeps the interior that much cooler, but it prevents a hot steering wheel and shades LCD panels.
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J. Gary Bender, WS5N
Fence Lake, New Mexico  USA


On Mon, 04 Sep 2006 07:13:02 -0400, kb2scs at optonline.net wrote:
> Hi All
> I will be in Arizona for this years DCC.
>
> Is it safe to leave electronic equipment in a parked car in Arizona
> during the September time frame? Such as laptops, CD's And HT's.
>
> No I am not asking about the possibility of the equipment being
> stolen. I am asking because I am concerned about the heat that the
> equipment would be subjected to while the car is parked and the AC
> is off.
>
> Thank you for your time in reading this.
>
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