[Noisebridge-discuss] payphone at gate
jake at spaz.org
Wed Apr 11 17:48:39 PDT 2012
noisebridge has a rechargable soldering iron that is real nice, the blue
weller which is normally charging from its 12v adaptor. if you put it on
the charger (plug it in if its not already) the night before, it should
let you solder the cable. and it doesn't go out or spurt liquid butane
when you hold it at a funny angle.
On Wed, 11 Apr 2012, Nicholas Granado wrote:
> that's a lot of time and effort to run conduit like that, i think we could
> achieve the same effect by moving the cables higher on the wall. Asheem and
> I ran that blue cable down to the gate a couple of months ago (there should
> be sufficient slack in the cable to move it up), and it was a real pain to
> get the cable all run.
> i would suggest that anyone attempting to repair the cable to unplug the
> minotaur side before soldering anything, that way there's no crossing of any
> cables. i also have a butane powered soldering iron if that would help,
> although i think rj45 connectors + crimps + a RJ45 cable joiner should do
> the trick and would be far more safe.
> On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 3:49 PM, Ben Kochie <superq at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yea, I have a bunch of EMT and flex conduit. I might go measure
> things up at the gate and get some ridged (thick walled) conduit
> On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 15:07, Martin Bogomolni
> <martinbogo at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Depending on how things are wired, we could add some
> > inexpensive metal conduit pipe from the door to wherever the
> > enters the wall to go upstairs.
> > Barring a hacksaw, it would make it much harder to cut the
> wires inside.
> > -M
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