akhil2025 wrote: ↑
Fri Dec 07, 2018 4:17 am
I don't wish to use the Pi such harsh conditions. My temperature requirement would range from -30 to +70 degrees. I read the datasheet but it is no where mentioned about the operating and storage temperatures.
Any suggestion is greatly appreciated!
On what scale...it can't be Kelvin or Rankine (they don't go to negative numbers), so unless you're using something exotic, it has to be either Fahrenheit or Celsius. -30 is similar for both and, while it is probably outside the intended range, various anecdotal accounts suggest a Pi should run at that temperature. +70F is pretty routine and presents no problems. +70C is probably outside what is consider the "normal" range, but a Pi will *probably* handle it, but there are no gaurentees.
As always for this sort of question, the advice is to get a Pi and try it. Reporting back for the edification of the next person is appreciated.