the ups on the "pair-programming" station has been beeping so often lately
that i just left it off instead of resetting it the last time.
On Thu, Oct 27, 2016 at 5:20 PM, Jake <jake(a)spaz.org> wrote:
by "jake's co-working station" robb
means "the pair-programming station"
which is a desk on wheels with two monitors, two keyboards, and two
computers arranged symmetrically so that two people can use the same
there are three UPS at the pair programming station. One is the one that
the station is plugged into, which does not have a USB port, just the weird
DE9F socket that may have this pinout:
there's another large UPS on the floor which got rained on and stopped
working, which is unfortunate because it has USB and i actually had it
working on a rooftop system, protecting that system from unexpected power
failures (it would safely shut down when power went out, and turned back on
when power returned) but maybe it could be fixed
and the third UPS is a weird 12v thing like this:
it doesn't have any alarm outputs (unless you count the LEDs) but since it
serves the DC output directly, we can monitor battery voltage the same way
it's done at the front door computer - that is, it's 13.7VDC when AC is
present but it will go down if the power fails.
On Thu, 27 Oct 2016, robb wrote:
there's a working 12v ups by jake's co-working station
> is ccl onboard with locking the door?
> On Thu, Oct 27, 2016 at 3:43 AM, Marc Juul <juul(a)labitat.dk> wrote:
>> We definitely want a door. I have all the stuff for it ready to go. Got
>> delayed because the RFID readers i ordered from china was defective.
>> The door to stage and basement can be default locked with only a few
>> people having keys (for now, we can RFID them later if needed). They are
>> not fire doors.
>> The door near the bathroom needs a panic bar and an electric strike and
>> RFID reader and magnetic card reader and a beagle bone black and a
>> backup and a box to mount it on the wall. We have all of this. Some minor
>> woodworking will be necessary to install the electric strike.
>> I haven't tested the new shipment of RFID readers yet.
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