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Posted by: Allan Brown (Allan@ramsconsultants.com )
Organization:Rams Consultants Ltd.
Date posted: Wed Nov 28 13:00:39 US/Eastern 2001
Subject: Heater failure rate data
Message:
Does anyone have failure rate data for heater elements (1300C) made from thermocouple wire?
thanks Allan

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Heater Element Failure Rate
B.W.Dudley Wed Nov 28 15:19:22 US/Eastern 2001

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Posted by: Allan Brown (allan@ramsconsultants.com )
Organization:Rams Consultants Inc.
Date posted: Wed Nov 28 12:57:06 US/Eastern 2001
Subject: Thermocouple failure rate data
Message:
Does anyone have failure rate data for thermocouples?
thanks Allan

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Thermocouple Failure Rate Data
B.W.Dudley Wed Nov 28 15:09:40 US/Eastern 2001
Thermocouple failure rate data
Allan Brown Tue Dec 4 15:41:01 US/Eastern 2001
Thermocouple
B.W.Dudley Wed Dec 5 8:50:19 US/Eastern 2001
failure rates
don miller Sat Dec 8 19:01:43 US/Eastern 2001

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Posted by: Ian (ianc49@hotmail.com )
Date posted: Wed Nov 28 4:36:10 US/Eastern 2001
Subject: Typical MTBF Values
Message:
On pg 54 of the Reliabilty Toolkit: CPE, there is a table of typical MTBF values for computer equipment. Are these figures overly pessimistic? If so is there a source of information that will provide more accurate values. (Not all manufacturers are helpful when asking for this information. I would be grateful if anybody could provide me with the numbers.
Thanks in advance.

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Computer Equipment MTBF 's
William H. Crowell Wed Nov 28 5:15:30 US/Eastern 2001
failure rates
don miller Sat Dec 8 19:16:48 US/Eastern 2001

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Posted by: Ian
Date posted: Wed Nov 21 9:23:44 US/Eastern 2001
Subject: Memory MTBF's
Message:
Can anybody tell me what is a realistic MTBF value for standard 128Mb and 256 Mb of RAM type memory.
Thanks in advance

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Memory MTBF's
Paul Jaworski Wed Nov 21 17:05:06 US/Eastern 2001
failure rates
don miller Sat Dec 8 19:11:22 US/Eastern 2001

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Posted by: Marcin (karpin@ulam.im.pwr.wroc.pl )
Date posted: Tue Nov 20 16:05:13 US/Eastern 2001
Subject: Problems with CMOS
Message:
I'm having problems with my CMOS. on startup BIOS check's memory several times (four or five) and say's CMOS error. Loading defaults. This is quite a old machine (486) and I need it for setting up linux server. time ago I had problems occuring in random moments with hdd (interrupt loose) I thint that this is somewhow related to this. If someone knows the answer, please answer soon. It's very important for me.
thanks

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