Cold temperatures shut down BBB?
It seems cold temperatures may shut down and/or prevent starting of my kiwi/BBB. The kiwi/BBB is out in my shed connected to a long beverage antenna. On these very cold days, sometimes it shuts down, or will not boot up if I cycle the power. When I bring the system inside to troubleshoot, it works every time. I haven't dug into this too much yet other than I know my voltage is good at the board (5.15V under load). I'm pretty sure this is a BBB problem since it does not connect to my wifi network. So while it could be many things, it seems related to the cold. It's been around -10° to -20°C here lately. Interestingly, it seems many of you have had problems with heat. My kiwi/BBB is in an enclosed metal case with no fans or anything. In the summer here it gets up to 35°C or higher and I do not have issues. I'm thinking about putting a simple temperature sensor IC on the board since it seems like there is not an on-board one.
The main intention of this post is to see if anyone else has experienced issues with the beagle in cold weather.
Ref: https://groups.google.com/g/beagleboard/c/p_DK-HE1Ds4 This post makes reference to the 24.576MHz oscillator possibly being a 0-70 part.