Introducing the OLPC Multi-Battery Charger.

James Cameron quozl at laptop.org
Tue Mar 24 19:37:38 EDT 2009


On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 04:20:34PM -0400, Richard A. Smith wrote:
> Reply-to-all this email with responses to the questions below, a contact
> person and a shipping method (see note *[2]).

James Cameron,
via previous shipping address, which I don't really want to place on
mailing list archives.

> OLPC will have test unit(s) shipped to you for evaluation. In return you
> promise to provide prompt feedback information from your test site on
> how you use the device and how many you would be interested in purchasing.

I could also test it and then hand it on to a nearby deployment if that
would help.

> How many XO's do you have in your current deployment/pilot?

Six.  I'm a developer and tester, not a deployment or pilot.

> Where is your deployment/pilot?

Australia, on a remote property, near the village of Tooraweenah,
population 76.

> What power source would you be using? AC or DC?

AC certainly.  DC possible.  Have a solar panel, plan to get more.

> What power source (AC or DC) do you see as most useful for your
> deployment/pilot?

AC.

> Would you purchase extra batteries for use with the MBC?

No.

> What time frame you would roll out MBC units.

Not at all.

> How many MBC units do you think your deployment would need in the short
> and long term?

None needed.  However I would be willing to test a unit if you need
tests done.

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