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False alerts 2 weeks 1 day ago #3557

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I've just started sending data today and I seem to be generating an alert every time I send a reading even though the warning level is showing as 50CPM and all of my readings are below that, what have I done wrong?!

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Last Edit: 2 weeks 1 day ago by ianatkin. Reason: Typo
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False alerts 2 weeks 20 hours ago #3560

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Does your Radlog main screen show at the bottom 'Last reading' and 'Last submission' values that are normal? If so, I'm at a loss.
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False alerts 2 weeks 7 hours ago #3562

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I'm looking into this now. This is strange. I have set the alert levels to what they should be, but it's still triggering an alert.
Leave your counter switched on and I will debug.
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False alerts 2 weeks 3 hours ago #3567

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mw0uzo wrote:
I'm looking into this now. This is strange. I have set the alert levels to what they should be, but it's still triggering an alert.
Leave your counter switched on and I will debug.
Will do
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False alerts 1 week 5 days ago #3571

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I have created another account to see if anything went wrong in the process of creating the first one which might have caused the issue.
Please try ianatkin2 and see if the problem still happens.
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False alerts 1 week 3 days ago #3572

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mw0uzo wrote:
I have created another account to see if anything went wrong in the process of creating the first one which might have caused the issue.
Please try ianatkin2 and see if the problem still happens.
As you've probably noticed the account change doesn't seem to have helped. Do you want me to stop sending data for the time being?
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