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What should be the temperature limit for the nano? 

I checked the nano while running and it has gone very hot to touch same as with the pineapple juice. I'm worried on overheating the nano, using pineap, evil portal, and connected to nearby ap in client mode running for just about an hour, carrying the nano and pineapple juice inside the edc case inside my backpack.  

 

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I would say run it off a different power source and see if the Nano heats up the same. I wonder if it's the battery causing all the heat.

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I noticed the same thing at DefCon when just collecting SSIDs with PineAP.  I was told by the folks at the vendor booth (and I want to say later confirmed on these forums) that it gets hot but that is normal... not something to worry about.  

That being said, if you see a headline about an old man in AZ spontaneously combusting while WarDriving (well, WarDogWalking...) please disregard my assurances of safety

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This was a pretty hot topic a while back (pardon the pun). Seems that the general consensus was that it's normal and completely OK for it to be quite warm, and that passive cooling already in place should be more than sufficient to keep it at safe temperatures.

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My Nano seems very warm after 15 minutes. I'm using the proper power to run it, has anybody noticed after hours of running it becomes way to hot? I also mount the nano for proper ventalation, just wondering how long this device could run without over heating?

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ive run mine in my own tactical pouch for over 2 days and while yes it was hot, it did not over heat 

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On 9/5/2016 at 3:22 PM, esadako said:

heatsink mod ?

nano looks too pretty for me to wanna do any cosmetic surgery on. 

I've added some (3 pcs) small heat sinks to it, originally for the Raspberry Pi, and they did fit under the original cover without modification

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I added 3 small heatsinks too, as well as adding a 47uF cap across +5v to help compensate for bad power. Don't really know if the heatsinks were needed (IR camera only showed under 110 degrees idle), but it was worth it to me for peace of mind. Still have issues, but they don't seem hardware-related.

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