Temperature Matters… Even When Using DC Sources (.PDF Download)

During my engineering career, I’ve had the fortune of working in a comfortable, room-temperature environment. I’ve visited tropical factories where test equipment was being used in 90°F temperatures with 99% humidity, and I could imagine that same equipment being used on a mountaintop laboratory or in a military vehicle where it could get quite cold. While human operators may find these extreme temperatures uncomfortable, we must also consider the effects of these temperatures

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