[mythtv-users] HDHR in harsh enviroments

Brent Norris brent at brentnorris.net
Fri Dec 26 17:23:11 UTC 2008

James Van Vleet wrote:
> On Thursday 25 December 2008 11:48:14 Daniel Kristjansson wrote:
>> If you have power and ethernet in the attic you can place a network
>> based ATSC device such as a HDHomeRun next to the antenna. Even if
>> you just have power there you can set up power-line networking to
>> reach the device.
> Has anyone done this?   I was wondering if an HDHR could stand up to the
> kind of temperature swings that can happen in an attic.  I was
> contemplating something like this in the spring.  A few of us have
> posted to the HDHR forum and finally were told only that it was
> guaranteed to work in 0-40C (32-104F).
> I have only had my HDHR for a month or so but it has stood up to -15
> degrees in the garage...
> -James (in balmy North Dakota)
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Mine has survived two summers and winters here in Kentucky with no 
problems.  I am sure it is over 100 degrees in the Summer and it has 
been in the single digits in the winter.  It has never seemed to glitch 
from it.


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