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  1. Check out the new power supply from be quiet! This is the Pure Power 11 FM 750W fully modular PSU.
  2. Reolink just released a new dual lens / dual channel camera with a 150° field of view (FOV). There are 4 versions: PoE (this review) WiFi / powered WiFi battery / solar 4G cellular
  3. OverclockersClub is back with a new video review of the Redline Lumina RAM kit from Mushkin! Mushkin Lumina 32GB memory kit:
  4. OverclockersClub is back with some new videos covering new releases from Fractal Design! Torrent Case: https://youtu.be/0bSfDFqWRwo Ion+2 Platinum 860W PSU https://youtu.be/8j9dH0qwDBY Prisma AL-18 fans (180mm fans) https://youtu.be/jSAQ7pDlIf8
  5. Usually you have to set the extra router to AP (access point) mode. And that involves connecting the extra router, by itself to a PC or laptop and logging into it. You need to be isolated from your current network. Usually the login info is on a label on the bottom of the router. Navigate to the page that allows you to change from Router mode to AP mode. Reboot the extra router and now your main router will assign an IP address to the new AP when you connect it to your main network.
  6. Yeah - if you start looking at them (and there are a ton of them) they all look like knock-offs of each other. Probably come out of the same handful of factories and just slap a different label on them.
  7. Working for OCC is like hitting the lottery, so you could say I have won something!
  8. Thanks - and it is nice, especially for a new company. But it has to be to compete.
  9. I did make it work with a 6V adapter. Funny you mention the solar - I am working on that for another Argus.
  10. Stay tuned - we have another one from VIVO in the near future...
  11. Stay tuned - we have another one from VIVO in the near future...
  12. Ah - I see. Well, there are a lot of cool projects to control, monitor, and report things like you have with a Raspberry Pi. Might be worth looking into it.
  13. There are a few ways you can do it - and just thinking out loud - can you use a regular thermostat to control a relay for the heater? Then you could use a wifi switch (like a WeMo) to control the output of the relay?
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