The radmon.org radbox-20

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9 years 2 months ago - 9 years 2 months ago #289 by Frank
Replied by Frank on topic The radmon.org radbox-20
case decor, now that would be interesting to see, of course it would need some sort of Radiation symbol and some graphics to go along with it... ;)

Oh, Atomic Dave has some really cool graphics on his detectors, even sent me a template of one he did for a GMC-080 unit I have. Really cool vs the one it comes with. :)
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9 years 2 months ago - 9 years 2 months ago #290 by Frank
Replied by Frank on topic The radmon.org radbox-20

Cool we wouldn't want to be scaring those betas away. It looks a bit like a metal case in the pics.

Do you think the audio and maybe even the LED is necessary on a unit like this? Your more than likely to have those functions switched off once the unit is mounted. Just a thought.


Personally, I would have no audio, but would have the LED. The audio and LED can be turned on or off with a jumper inside the unit.


I like that option with the jumpers being inside to be able to disable them if needed. My single unit uploading to 2 site is using the audio so I would like that option to stay. I'm getting tight on USB ports here :o

Just read about the USB being the power, that makes sense, duh.. :whistle: Do you have a picture of the inside or is that a secret ;)
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9 years 2 months ago - 9 years 2 months ago #291 by mw0uzo
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The decals will be simple like the radmon website. The radmon logo and radmon.org in light blue in the top left corner and 'radbox-20' in the bottom right corner. And perhaps COUNT next to the lamp.

If I use a case with twice the depth, the cable gland can be put on the side of the unit. The front panel gland unit would be good for fixing underneath the eves of your house?
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9 years 2 months ago #303 by bethsalem
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Dan

I'm interested in acquiring one if it doesn't require soldering or a knowledge of programming. In other words it's idiot-proof :lol:

Stephen
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9 years 2 months ago #304 by mw0uzo
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Great news, Stephen. It does not require soldering or programming :)

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9 years 2 months ago #316 by Frank
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That's what I thought. Looking at the photo, looked it was a tad big to mount on the bottom of the unit since the mounting flanges are on the sides of it, so was thinking of the cable coming in from the bottom, giving the drip loop and no way for water to get in, even if it is a gland type of connector. We wouldn't want the case, at least I wouldn't, any thicker than it is. In my case, I don't have overhangs on the side of the house where mine are mounted. Just a ounce of prevention :) Do you have a snap shot of the inside of one?

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