[Noisebridge-discuss] lights in the church room?
martinbogo at gmail.com
Fri Mar 23 08:05:56 PDT 2012
Don't turn the projector _off_ by just yanking the power.
The projector needs a 4-5 minute cool-down time when the lamp is on.
If you yank the power, the lamp has a good chance of cracking or
simply blowing out. The halogen bulb in there is at ~200psi, and gets
ridiculously hot while running. Those bulbs cost ~$200, so it's a
non-trivial expense to replace it.
On Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 7:53 AM, Jeffrey Carl Faden
<jeffreyatw at gmail.com> wrote:
> BTW, I don't use the stick to turn on the projector. If you just turn off/on the surge protector in the corner of the room that it's plugged into, the projector will turn on automatically.
> It also turns off after 5 minutes of no signal.
> On Mar 23, 2012, at 1:17 AM, Mike Schachter <mschachter at eigenminds.com> wrote:
>> We spent some time tonight cleaning up the Church
>> room and making it more conducive to classroomness.
>> In the future I'll print out some directions for how to use
>> the long stick+allen key to start up the projector, perhaps
>> that will facilitate further instructive and constructive activities.
>> We could really use some overhead lights there. What
>> is preventing this from happening? Are there just missing
>> bulbs? Is there some sort of electrical issue that keeps it
>> from being accomplished?
>> On another note, if I bought some whiteboard paint and
>> went crazy on the west and south walls of the Church room
>> at some time in the future, would anybody have a problem
>> with that?
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