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Versione corrente di: Walter Galan ,

Titolo:

Testing Computer Components with Laser ThermometerThermometer?
Testing Computer Components with Laser ThermometerThermometer?

Testo:

I was working on a MacBook Pro today that is shutting down probably due to overheating.  I passed my hand over the board to try to find the heat source.  I realized that this just wouldn't cut it.  I watch Alton Brown on the Food Network a lot and he always has great new tools.  One is a Laser thermometer and you just point it at something to get a temperature reading.  So why couldn't I use that on a logic board?  My question is, has anyone tried this and is there a thermometer with a very narrow read width that I could use to precisely read individual components?  Any ideas?  Anybody?

I'm not sure if this is a repair question or a Meta question.

Dispositivo:

Laser ThermometerTool
Laser ThermometerTool

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

33497

Modifica di: mayer ,

Titolo:

Testing Computer Components with Laser Thermometer

Testo:

I was working on a MacBook Pro today that is shutting down probably due to overheating.  I passed my hand over the board to try to find the heat source.  I realized that this just wouldn't cut it.  I watch Alton Brown on the Food Network a lot and he always has great new tools.  One is a Laser thermometer and you just point it at something to get a temperature reading.  So why couldn't I use that on a logic board?  My question is, has anyone tried this and is there a thermometer with a very narrow read width that I could use to precisely read individual components?  Any ideas?  Anybody?

I'm not sure if this is a repair question or a Meta question.

Dispositivo:

Laser Thermometer

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

33497

Modifica di: mayer ,

Titolo:

Testing Computer Components with Laser Thermometer

Testo:

I was working on a MacBook Pro today that is shutting down probably due to overheating. I passed my hand over the board to try to find the heat source. I realized that this just wouldn't cut it. I watch Alton Brown on the Food Network a lot and he always has great new tools. One is a Laser thermometer and you just point it at something to get a temperature reading. So why couldn't I use that on a logic board? My question is, has anyone tried this and is there a thermometer with a very narrow read width that I could use to precisely read individual components? Any ideas? Anybody?
I was working on a MacBook Pro today that is shutting down probably due to overheating. I passed my hand over the board to try to find the heat source. I realized that this just wouldn't cut it. I watch Alton Brown on the Food Network a lot and he always has great new tools. One is a Laser thermometer and you just point it at something to get a temperature reading. So why couldn't I use that on a logic board? My question is, has anyone tried this and is there a thermometer with a very narrow read width that I could use to precisely read individual components? Any ideas? Anybody?
 
I'm not sure if this is a repair question or a Meta question.

Dispositivo:

Laser Thermometer

Stato:

open

Post originale di: mayer ,

Titolo:

Testing Computer Components with Laser Thermometer

Testo:

I was working on a MacBook Pro today that is shutting down probably due to overheating.  I passed my hand over the board to try to find the heat source.  I realized that this just wouldn't cut it.  I watch Alton Brown on the Food Network a lot and he always has great new tools.  One is a Laser thermometer and you just point it at something to get a temperature reading.  So why couldn't I use that on a logic board?  My question is, has anyone tried this and is there a thermometer with a very narrow read width that I could use to precisely read individual components?  Any ideas?

I'm not sure if this is a repair question or a Meta question.

Dispositivo:

Laser Thermometer

Stato:

open