Jasonkuehl

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Date registered: January 8, 2017

Latest posts

  1. Patch Panel — May 21, 2017
  2. ESR – Mounting Test — May 14, 2017
  3. ESR – Patch Panel System — May 13, 2017
  4. Embedded Systems Rack – POWER — May 11, 2017
  5. Embedded Systems Rack — May 5, 2017

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May 21

Patch Panel

Here it is! All ready to be laser cut. I tired to make this as universal as possible for most racks. Link To DXF

May 14

ESR – Mounting Test

This was a test to get a feel of the measurements and if I needed to change anything.  I like how this came out, my plan is to make a laser cut version of this out of acrylic then tap the holes. Im thinking about adding a small cable tray above and below for holding …

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May 13

ESR – Patch Panel System

ESR Or Embedded Systems Rack Came out super well. Here you can see I’m starting to size up power cables. My goal is to have them mounted in a rack next week so I can finally see what they look like! I’m using DC-099 Female 5.5 x 2.5mm Panel Mounting DC Power Jack for the …

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May 11

Embedded Systems Rack – POWER

You can find this on thingiverse as well! It made since to create a power management block as well that can be racked next to the other rack units. The hardest part is soldering in all the connectors. This is DC Power straight to the Pi so I’m not worried about a power drop midway …

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May 05

Embedded Systems Rack

I’m a system/operations guy and I’ve been in and out of data centers since 2010. During all of that time, I’ve become accustom to having a file server, dns server, tftp for phones, etc etc etc all running and even having open source firewalls in my house. My type of people will understand the struggle …

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Feb 11

Welcome!

Most of the things you’ll fine here are projects, cosplay, fails, and whatever else I can think of doing. I’m a maker at heart but it is not my full time Job. I work as a Devops Engineer. The few things I love doing in life are: 1 : Open source 2: Prop making 3: …

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