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Hey everyone, I've been working on a project lately that had the pineapple in it.

I'm just wondering How much heat can the pineapple take. is there any way to measure the heat without an external sensor? because it ran quite hot. would that damage any of it components?

P.S the nano is securely stored in a pelican case.

Thanks :smile:

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Hey everyone, I've been working on a project lately that had the pineapple in it.

I'm just wondering How much heat can the pineapple take. is there any way to measure the heat without an external sensor? because it ran quite hot. would that damage any of it components?

P.S the nano is securely stored in a pelican case.

Thanks :smile:

Hi,

According to the datasheet for the AR9331, the TCase is specified as 110c. You probably won't be reaching anywhere near that, so you're probably good.

It typically runs over 9000.

*studio laughter*

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Hi,

According to the datasheet for the AR9331, the TCase is specified as 110c. You probably won't be reaching anywhere near that, so you're probably good.

*studio laughter*

Thanks Foxtrot! really appreciate the replay dude!

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