Re: [BPQ32] 02-15-13 - WINDOWS BPQ VERSION
- On 2/18/2013 3:36 PM, Charles Brabham wrote:
>If possible, I would like to see more details about using industrial
> I find that the DOS versions of BPQ node is superior to the Windows version as far as remote access and maintanence is concerned. It also works well with PC-104 form industrial mini-computers, so I can have a remote node system with no moving or rotating parts that can handle heat, dust, etc.. They are pretty well bulletproof, have a built-in WatchDog function, and require very little power, a serious consideration if solar power is to be utilized at the node site.
mini-computers in particular packet networks (Eg. comp brand & model,
location altitude, power supply stability, frequencies & radios
connected, additional system enclosure, etc.)