August 18, 2016 at 6:42 pm #3270
@Scherheinz sweet setup you got there!
@Keld Norman congrats on the excellent installation, right by the book!August 20, 2016 at 2:34 am #3320ScherheinzParticipant
Thank you. The network signal must overcome a distance of 35m and through 2 thick walls. From time to time it is necessary to make a reconnect automatically, your new update helps!August 20, 2016 at 8:05 am #3321
Excellent! Really happy to hear thatOctober 16, 2016 at 8:57 am #3680jonParticipant
i finished the device with a lot of Problems but now it works well in Germany.
We tested a lot of transistors from different sources. The best Voltage/Duty ratio, we got it with the transistor (T2)
BF 299 :: Transistor HF NPN TO-92 300V 0,1A 0,625W
L-XHBCC 2,2M :: Festinduktivität, axial, XHBCC, Ferrit, 2,2 mH
(Low Voltage Problem)
The second possibility is the modified firmware from radhoo (via Mail)
Attachments:October 16, 2016 at 3:40 pm #3683
Welcome Jon! Drop an eye on the latest open source firmware for the KIT1, it allows you to add more sensors , like the BME280. There is software support for that included already.January 1, 2017 at 11:22 pm #3959UR5FSVParticipant
My name is Serge, I am a Captain on ocean going tugs, have a small hobby being ham radio (callsign UR5FSV).
Recently have assembled and installed unit #51000058 in Odessa, Ukraine. Monitor temporary located indoors.
SergeJanuary 3, 2017 at 9:35 am #3970
Welcome Captain! And congrats on running the first Ukrainian uradmonitor unit!February 4, 2017 at 1:53 pm #4017mojocvhParticipant
Hi, Found this all very interesting and would like to learn more. Location UK travel the length of the country and find subject both interesting and worrying tbh.
moFebruary 9, 2017 at 7:59 pm #4028February 24, 2017 at 10:29 am #4091ybmParticipant
My interest in nuclear matter have come from family links with Japan and the event of Fukushima.
It was in 2011. Since then I discover a world of the unseen
X-Ray, Gamma Ray, Alpha and beta, the spectrometry, the photon, wavelenght, energy, KVe, MeV, etc…
Radiodetection become a hobby to check by myself the radioactive background activity.
When I discover Radhoo’s project, I immediately participate by purchasing a unit and becoming part of the network.
I check the site quite often to look a the map.
It is sometime surprising, like in last october (screen capture)
The record high was in september with a pic of 15µSv/h…?
For those readings, I have no answer. A malfunction ? A real boost of gamma ?
I chek also a detector Unit 5100005C in Le Lieu, CH. It have always high readings and the graphic makes unusual curve…
Might be due to the proximity CERN colider ?
Cannot wait to get the mobile model D.
Have a good desintegration day
Attachments:March 22, 2017 at 3:16 pm #4136
Hi, I’m Pia and I live in NW Uruguay. There are no nuclear facilities here, but Argentina has a couple of plants. You can see the map and information on wind related to my location here: http://caferadlab.com/thread-1859.html and information about other radiation monitors here: http://caferadlab.com/forum-49.html – Am super glad to be able to send data for Uruguay to uradmonitor and I Love how easy it to set up the uradmonitor system!
I began following the Fukushima situation in March 2011 and I was involved with SoNoMoreAtomics in the early 80’s (before Chernobyl blew up) so I was aware that Fukushima was going to be a true horror. I have been looking for and sharing nuclear news since then in twitter https://twitter.com/Cecalli_Helper and at CafeRadLab.com – I had an SEI rad detector but wasn’t thrilled about it not being hooked up to data site like uradmonitor and I didn’t feel technically competent in setting it up as a station to send data to others like netc.com.
I learned about Radu through a friend at CafeRadLab and I helped support him in the Chivas Venture. Radu is why I am here.March 22, 2017 at 3:33 pm #4137
Forgot to note that I have the monitor outside, three feet above the ground and attached to a corner post of the house under a balcony – it’s a breezy space protected from the rain and is on the SW corner of the house. Unit number is: 110000F7 (currently showing up in China, soon to be in Uruguay) < ( __ ) >
Attachments:March 27, 2017 at 12:59 pm #4158
Welcome Pia! Great to see Uruguay on the map, thanks for your efforts on this!March 31, 2017 at 5:12 pm #4211
Great to be here, Radu! Thanks for bringing me in. 🙂
13 April – Thank you, Radu for all you do and for granting me moderator status. I’m humbled and will endeavor to learn more about the technical aspects of your products so I can be of more help.June 2, 2017 at 7:39 am #4482ShimmerNZParticipant
Mike from Auckland, NZ. I’m the now proud owner of unit 8200006E (model A3) that has just come online. Background is software dev and in spare time anything to do with gadgets and home automation. I’ve been having fun recently building up as many sensors as I can from the standard weather and home automation ones to lightning, earthquake, pool ph/tds/orp/temp, ADS-B for flight tracking and now the collection of sensors now online from the A3. Not sure what I’ll go for next.
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