Re: Security against fire..
- From: Tim Jackson <tim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2009 08:58:48 +0000
John D wrote:
"Tim Jackson" <tim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:OeCdnZ-kjJsCfBLUnZ2dnUVZ8jydnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxGuy Macon wrote:Tim Jackson wrote:Who Me? wrote:That's pretty good! I don't think 100 degrees C will hurt an SD card at all.I want to protect some SD Flash cards (total size 1" x 1.5" x 0.5")You want some water in there to pump out incoming heat.
against structure fires.
Interestingly, on BBC news this morning was the story of a guy who had lost his home and all possessions in one of the dreadful fires in Victoria, Australia. Only recently he had bought a fireproof safe in which he had stored irreplaceable family photographs gathered over his lifetime.
He has recovered the safe, but everything within it had been destroyed.
What a shame. At least he survived the fire, many didn't.
I guess when they say fireproof they didn't mean holocaust-proof.
But the technique I described should be comfortably able to hold off that sort of thing for an hour or so with suitable design. The maths isn't difficult.