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I'm currently in the process of testing some devices which feature a battery charger. As part of their testing process the devices battery + charger needs to be tested at a temperature of 40 degrees celcius.

I was just wondering if anyone had any ideas / links to how I could set up an enclosure that can be run at 40 degrees (and can also be adjusted).

I have a budget of around $350US.

A PC based solution would be fine as I have plenty of old PII350s lying round.

The enclosure itself does not need to be too large, I was thinking something the size of a 3foot fishtank could do the job.

I want to do this task with the least amount of time. So I would rather an off the shelf based solution over something requring extensive soldering and firmware development.

look forward to some interesting ideas.

thanks,
oddbudman
 

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