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6 years 11 months ago #3015 by ea3abn
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Hi to all

My name is Josep.
I am from Barcelona Spain
My geiger counter is an Arduino counter Home made by a tube SI-180G.

Thanks a lot

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6 years 11 months ago #3016 by NW8R
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Welcome aboard Josep! I'm also using Arduino eq. I built the GK-B5 and GK WIFI from Diygigercounter.
I enjoyed building the kits, and found modifications to the online sketch very easy!
I'm thinking about building a solar powered monitor for outdoor radiation monitoring. This would be a great summertime project! Today we have snow and it's 26 Fahrenheit here in Michigan USA.

Regards Bob.

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6 years 11 months ago #3017 by Castellar
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Hi Bob.
I´m interested to make some devices, thanks for your propposal.
Today in Barcelona It is raining and the temperature is 46,4 Fahrenheit, good temperature..
Have a nice weekend.
73´s Josep ea3abn

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6 years 11 months ago #3023 by stdorn01
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Hello,

I may be interested in becoming a monitoring station.


Rockford, IL 61107 USA
GK-Plus "Kit"
Beta 1-1 pancake


Thanks,

Steve

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6 years 11 months ago #3024 by Castellar
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Hi,
Steve..
I don´t know because my data is no visible in the radmon.org web site..
I´m working with Radiation logger software, and the user and password are correct.
I don´t understant where is the possible problem.
Thanks
Josep

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6 years 11 months ago #3025 by Bert490
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Hello to the new users,
This site uses dedicated software to submit data to the server, as well as a dedicated communications port from your detector to feed that software. Windows users need Radlog, and Linux users (including Raspberry Pi) use PyRadmon. They retrieve data from the detector through any one of USB, serial or audio ports, and post the data to the UK server. If you also want to log data locally, you can do so with separate software (such as Radiation Logger), but this must have a separate computer port. For example, if you use the detector's USB to feed data to Radiation Logger, you would likely use an audio port to feed Radlog. Of the 3 port types, only a headphone jack on the Geiger counter can be shared among different software programs (split the audio to separate microphone inputs). Radlog requires its own user and password (issued by the admin Mw0uzo) to show your data on the map.
The following user(s) said Thank You: mw0uzo

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