[vcf-midatlantic] Recovery of RD53 image data

Herb Johnson hjohnson at retrotechnology.info
Tue Jan 25 21:19:35 UTC 2022

> FWIW on the tape baker, Chuck Guzis always used to recommend a 25W bulb in a cardboard box for a few days.  Should be easy enough if you have any old 25W bulbs still kicking around. - Dave Riley

Home Depot offers 15W and 25W incandescent bulbs. The heat produced may 
depend on the size of the box. Dave Riley, do you recall details? Maybe 
a temperature set-point?  I think I could design a relay and a 555 as a 

But for warm environments, people use things like rice-cookers, 
crock-pots, dish warmers; thrift store items. My wife dyes fabrics 
overnight in a bowl, inside a covered container with a layer of water, 
on a dish-warmer. A stable, but wet, environment. Pebbles could provide 
dry thermal mass, seems to me. - regards Herb

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