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I live in Connecticut that is subject to various changes in temperature, during the Fall and Winter season.

I will be keeping the LOR Controllers in my shed along with the FM Transmitter.

The shed is made of wood and is very dry on the inside.

Does anyone else live in a similar area and keep their electronics in unheated spaces?

Just curious what to expect, or what safeguards I should follow ie - keep everything powered up all the time (even when the shows are not playing).


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Walt

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wbaker4 wrote:

I live in Connecticut that is subject to various changes in temperature, during the Fall and Winter season.

I will be keeping the LOR Controllers in my shed along with the FM Transmitter.

The shed is made of wood and is very dry on the inside.

Does anyone else live in a similar area and keep their electronics in unheated spaces?

Just curious what to expect, or what safeguards I should follow ie - keep everything powered up all the time (even when the shows are not playing).

My LOR boxes (along with lots of other folks') go out in the yard, in weatherproof boxes. It sometimes gets -15 degrees here... No issues yet.

I can't speak for your FM transmitter but it is probably fine also, IF it's a PLL-tuned one. non-PLL tuning transmitters tend to drift badly when the temperature changes.

-Tim
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