In Phase 6…
• First on the list is to get a square tote that will be used to enclose the S.H.O. Drive inside.
• Second is to secure plastic spools together and secure them in the center-bottom of the square tote.
• Third is to insert protective edge trim on the handles.
• Fourth is to run an enclosed extended duration test.
Inserting the S.H.O. Drive
(Phase 6 Parts)
• In order to enclose the S.H.O. drive for the following test, I will use a Square Storage Box from The Container Store.
(Phase 6 Parts)
• To better secure the Supreme Stacking Crate from IRIS USA inside the Square Storage Box, I will use the two plastic winding spools (from Phase 3) so I can elevate the crate closer to the lid of the box.
Protective Edge Trim
• In order to secure the spools together and to center the crate against the indentions on the lid of the box, I will use U Shape Car Door Edge Guard Trim from CarBeyondStore at Amazon.com
• To measure the temperature inside and outside the tote during its operation, I purchased a 12-Pack of Sper Scientific 739520 Wall Thermometers from Sper Scientific via Amazon.com
• Before I run the device, I will apply some masking tape on each thermometer and write on each the location that each will be placed during the test.
• I will then place the thermometers near each other, and away from the windows, for a couple of minutes. Then I will compare their readings.
• During the continuous testing, I will record their temperature periodically on camera without moving them.
• To minimize data noise. I will keep the heater off and the windows and blinds closed. Preferably, clouds would be overcast during this period, or else I could choose to instead conduct the test overnight.
• I will put a thermometer wherever window blinds are missing.
• After the test run, these thermometers will be brought together once again away from the windows to show again for a couple of minutes to see if they give the same reading.
April 2016 Presentation
Summary of measuring devices, back up and safety equipment, and camcorder (+accessories)
Holes, brass hinges, square nuts
Neodymium magnets and bearings
Spool, coils, and ceiling hooks
No hidden batteries, increase rigidity, hex nuts, terminal rings, toggle switch, fan blades, and extended test run
Heavy duty basket, S.H.O. Drive insertion, secure meters, and portable extended test run
Square tote, plastic spools, protective edge trim, and enclosed extended test run
Prepare elevated test platform, outdoor test setup, camcorder hookup to portable power, and outdoor extended test run
HQ ● Glossary ● April 2016 Presentation