Implantable Fileserver with a Vocore2
  • SpeedySpeedy November 2016
    Hello

    I want to make a Implantable fileserver with a Vcore2 and a USB-storage-stick
    First of all this ist the vocore2
    http://vocore.io/v2.html

    For Storage I planned a Mushkin Atom with 128GB

    and for battery I planned two NCR18650B

    3400 mAh

    3,7 V

    But now i ran into a problem
    want to charge the batterys Wireless
    So I need a Wireless charging module with 3W - 5W

    I couldnt find such modules anywere !

    and the next thing is I need help for coating
    Wich Coating should i use ?
  • Rocco8620Rocco8620 November 2016
    We already have a thread about an implantable storage device, covering coatings and recharge systems. Please search before posting. You can find such thread here:



    http://forum.biohack.me/discussion/1790/data-storage-implant-wip


  • SpeedySpeedy November 2016
    I know this thread, but i think my device is different 

    1. it needs more power
    2.it is bigger

    because of this i think my Device Should have its own thread
  • ZwytechhackerZwytechhacker November 2016
    1. Why use a Mushkin atom when a SanDisk 512 GB SD card is smaller when you removed the outer case, or the even smaller microdia 512 GB micro SD card which is even smaller.(https://usadiscountwarehouse.com/shop/512gb-micro-sd-free-shipping-free-usb-adapter/)

    2.  it doesn't need another thread

    3. coating wise you need to wait if you want to make it a thing you plugin to use, otherwise  you could make it a wireless hard drive and then all you'd need is something like TiN, silicone stainless steel, titanium 
  • CassoxCassox November 2016

    Hey, I have a coating idea for you. Pm me. Maybe we can collab.
  • ThomasEgiThomasEgi November 2016
    I'm pretty sure that TiN, stainless steel and titanium will block your wifi signal. You'd have to go with non metallic / non conductive materials. 
  • ZwytechhackerZwytechhacker November 2016
    ^^ True forgot about that seems a silicone coating is the best way to go