Hello from Switzerland

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4 years 7 months ago - 4 years 7 months ago #3850 by pylon
Hello from Switzerland was created by pylon
Philipp from Holzmannshaus, TG, Switzerland (47.474295, 8.969495)

GK Radmon Plus Kit
sends data to MQTT server, a patched version of pyradmon gets it from there
Tube: SI 180G
Indoor detector currently, plans to move it outdoor.

I have 3 nuclear power plants inside a 100km radius around my house. I already owned a GK-Plus counter but got a GK Radmon Plus Kit recently because I planned to install a constantly reporting sensor outdoors.
The sensor is reporting to my in-house MQTT server. To post the data to your side I downloaded the pyradmon tool and added an MQTT driver to it (I had to port it to Python 3 to get that running). If anyone's interested, it's simple but works (tested only against my own server at the moment).

I would be happy to push the density of measurement stations in the center of Europe a little bit higher.

Edit: Added Coordinates
Last edit: 4 years 7 months ago by pylon.
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4 years 7 months ago #3853 by zurich
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Ein Willkommensgruss ins Thurgau vom Zürisee.
http://wetterstation.web4ever.ch/
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4 years 7 months ago #3860 by mw0uzo
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Welcome to radmon.org! :)
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4 years 7 months ago #3862 by pylon
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Thank you, my station is already sending data. Seems to arrive successfully.

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4 years 7 months ago #3904 by pylon
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In the map I can see that my station has a conversion factor of 0.0057 configured. For the tube I use (SI180G) a conversion factor of 0.0031 is much more appropriate, otherwise the calculated µSv values are wrong. I guess a warning level of 100 and an alarm level of 200 CPM are also better values to not constantly enter my station into warning state.
May I ask you to change these values? Thank you!

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4 years 7 months ago - 4 years 7 months ago #3907 by Bert490
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Hello and welcome. Please check out the BASH scripts >here< so see how to change the various configuration parameters at the server.
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