I have 2 sheds basically, one shed has a router (used as bridge) and a time clock.
The time clock will be fine in the summer but in the winter I think I need some kind of insulation to protect it. (maybe sticky on 1 side?) they are not cheap devices. The router used as a bridge needs both insulation and a fan for cooling I'm guessing. I plan on building a box with vents and wiring in a little fan but I'm not sure of which insulation to use? or heat supply to use. (at night when the temps drop the device will not be in use and will have no heat source of it's own.
The other shed has a camera systems dvr. Ill put a little fan in and some vents also there are lots of wires and self-made heat, but I should probably line the box in some kind of insulation for the really cold nights?
Any thoughts or idea's would be greatly appreciated.
In a perfect situation I would purchase the best outdoor wifi-extender or router and remove the DVR and place all 20 camera's on the cloud. Unfortunately my client does not want to spend the money for good equipment nor does he want to run heat in the 2 buildings all winter long.
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