Help! Geiger counters yet to be tested with RadLog

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7 years 6 months ago #223 by mw0uzo
There are many of you with several Geiger counters out there. There are several commercial units that have not yet been tested with RadLog. The Inspector, Ecotest models etc.Can anyone help with getting these working?

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7 years 6 months ago #224 by AstroW
I'm planning to get a bGeigie nano from Safecast somewhere during spring, will try to get it to run with Radlog!

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5 years 4 months ago - 5 years 4 months ago #2859 by ConiferCOUSA
I am using an older, International Medcom Model RadAlert 50 in conjunction with a 1/8 stereo to USB data cable to connect to RadLog Version .41.
No special serial port drivers were required with this cable.
The operating system is Microsoft Windows 10.
Link to user manual


I am using a less old, International Medcom Model RadAlert 100 in conjunction with a 1/8 stereo to USB data cable to connect to RadLog Version .41.
The device is pretty much the same as the model 50 with a higher operating range.
No special serial port drivers were required with this cable.
The operating system is Microsoft Windows 10.
Link to user manual

I have RADLOG settings set to "Kit with USB serial-audio lead"




I have also tested this configuration successfully with PyRadMon.

Make/Model: International Medcom RadAlert model 50
Tube: LND712
Last edit: 5 years 4 months ago by ConiferCOUSA.

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5 years 4 months ago #2879 by mnrad
ConiferCOUSA,

Did you give up getting the Medcom Unit Running for your station? I see you have not submitted any data.

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2 years 3 months ago #5149 by ConiferCOUSA
I did. But now I am trying to get data streaming again von version .43 Account validation timing out.

Make/Model: International Medcom RadAlert model 50
Tube: LND712

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2 years 3 months ago - 2 years 3 months ago #5151 by GetSirius
I have not noticed this topic until today. So, I just connected my recently acquired Radiation Alert Inspector to a Windows7 computer using the adapter noted below. It is producing a nice graph with the RadLog software. No uploads as I already have a home made radiation detector doing that. Appears to be working just fine. Not a unit I would use for constant monitoring though as it is only battery powered. This is the only commercial detector I have, only own it due to finding it for sale locally (craigslist) at an irresistible good price. eBay prices for these things are stupid expensive.

I guess any detector that has an audio output would work using the following adapter. But you know that already... That is how I connect my home made detector to RadMon.

USB adapter: www.gqelectronicsllc.com/store/index.php...25_68&product_id=161

Mineral Point radiation/lightning monitor: getsirius.com/radiation
Last edit: 2 years 3 months ago by GetSirius.

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