Note ITX server full of water.
The gigabit switch power supply had several ruptured capacitors.
Eeegh. Fortunately, the hard drive was fine.
Super-realistic 3D waterfall on this monitor...
Kenwood TS-530SP...fortunately, after popping it open, it was able to dry fully.
Projects from when I was younger...soggy, but fine.
The firewall, FREENAS, and the ITX server were toast. Startlingly, the server in the switch-server sandwich was fine (and the DOCSIS modem still had a good internet connection even though it was full of water!)
Dell 260 and 240--good and toast, left to right respectively.
ITX server and switch.
Various items (the scorch marks in the switch are better visible in another photograph).
NAS server, toasted motherboard. HDD's fine.
DOCSIS modem, NIC's from firewall, toasted switch power supply with some popped caps.
I didn't ask for the water-cooling option on these power supplies...
Scope, Kenwood HF transceiver, Hammarlund HF receiver, Nixie voltmeter (elec. instruments HP).
Another view. Tubes!
Tube finals in a Kenwood TS530SP.
You forget how much stuff you have until you have to dump out your drawers.
More stuff from drawers.
This server was somehow just fine! It's still rather outdated, however, so it's going to get replaced.
The ITX server, the only one I actually paid for (and built recently), lives on...
Fortunately, the open design of these pieces of equipment allowed for quick drying...also, this oscilloscope cost $20,000 in 1977 (adjusted for inflation.) One can see why.
Beautiful Hammarlund guts. Biggest tube glows purple in operation (mercury rectifier).
Hammarlund and Nixie voltmeter.
L/C tuned circuits in the Hammarlund.
Back of backplane inside Nixie voltmeter.