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Subject: Re: My CDS cells are shorting out! (part two)
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Date: Sat, 23 Nov 2002 19:49:57 -0500
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Organization: Bell Sympatico
Thanks very much to all for the replies(and future ones
if you get other ideas). As i said in the webpage to
describe the problem, using silicone sealant (Not the one
for pc board coating i've already tried! :-) ) is my next
attempt to resolve the problem. I'll bake it like the other
one in the oven to get rid of humidity before sealing it. I
have GE silicone that doesn't emit the acetic acid when
curing. Meanwhile, yesterday i've found a good URL about
CDS cells and thermistors. (server is a little slow for those who
live in north America) I'll read it probably this evening or tomorrow.
The 2nd URL is also about lighting control in general, not only CDS cells.
Alain (alias:Kilowatt) Montreal Quebec
P.S: Excuse me for some errors or omissions,since
I'm a «pure» French Canadian :-)
If replying also by e-mail,remove"no spam"
(with the quotes) from my adress...thanks!
Come to visit me @: http://kilowatt.camarades.com
"Sir Charles W. Shults III" wrote in message
> "PCS Electronics" wrote in
> > > Have you considered useing clear bathtub chalk? (Silicone seal)
> Perhaps you mean "caulk".
> > AFAIK it contains acid and might not be a good idea.
> There is neutral setting silicone, so this will not be a problem. But
> old clear nail polish or clear Krylon will do the same thing.
> Chip Shults
> My robotics, space and CGI web page - http://home.cfl.rr.com/aichip
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