Nuclear Radiation Detector

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4.1
228 reviews
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About this app

THIS APP REQUIRES HARDWARE! Giving one star rating without telling me reason is stupid. I cannot read peoples minds so please rate with explaining whats wrong so I can actually solve problem!

NOTE that his is only meant for radiation detection NOT for EMF (Electromotive force) or which is known also as electromagnetic force. There's no phone with build in Geiger counter in normal markets so you need hardware. EMF however is a chip detecting Electromotive forces which cannot detect radiation. Do not mix these two different subjects.

Nuclear Radiation Detector front end application. To use this application you need your diy Geiger counter or existing Geiger counter with Arduino connectivity supported. I made my own from very inexpensive kit which gives you "detection of 20mR/h ~ 120mR/h of gamma rays and 100 ~ 1800 off variables / points / cm 2 of the soft beta ray." more information on below tutorial link.

Tutorial for setting up your own device is here; http://www.nitramite.com/radiation-detector.html
If you want to find Arduino code right away, it's here: https://github.com/norkator/radiation-detector-arduino

Features
• Show visually with colors CPM and uSv/h readings.
• Radiation Map which is a mapping feature using Google Maps. Now you can start mapping radiation levels on map around areas.
• Application is maintained and dependencies are kept up to date.

Hardware requirements
• Any Arduino capable radiation Geiger counter kit or device.
Hardware code: https://github.com/norkator/radiation-detector-arduino

App permissions
• Internet connection.
• Bluetooth
• Vibrate
• Location permission (needed by Bluetooth cause of Android's "Access to Hardware Identifier" change on Android 6.0 and up)
- No identity related or non sense permissions!


Links
Contact: http://www.nitramite.com/contact.html
Eula: http://www.nitramite.com/eula.html
Privacy: http://www.nitramite.com/privacy-policy.html
Updated on
Jun 10, 2021

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4.1
228 reviews
Ukrid Enn
December 13, 2020
To all the " bad and fake " reviews, do just a little bit of reading in the description first. This app paired with the Arduino Geiger counter is fantastic, I have been testing it for a few weeks now and I can say it is amazing. Some code for for a OLED display for a stand alone unit with the Bluetooth would be a game changer, logging , tracking, and line graph work without issues. Amazing job , great work !!!
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Nitramite
December 13, 2020
Thanks for taking time to read description what many people dont do. "Some code for for a OLED display for a stand alone unit with the Bluetooth would be a game changer" if you want me do code? I can, I have small i2c oled screen modules around.
A Google user
August 29, 2019
Yes it works fine, I have the same setup, but the app needs more work(the click sound is odd, pls. put a proper geiger sound) and maybe dose feature with time, date, and amount of exposure. And the price is a bit high, I'm going to buy it but after u fix the sound and add more futures for that price. Tanks and keep it up.
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Nitramite
September 4, 2019
Edit2: hey have you sent email or seen this message? Edit: can you describe more in detail how you see that "dose feature with time, date, and amount of exposure" because I am not sure exactly how it should function. My email: nitramite@outlook.com
Nikolai Hoftun
August 31, 2020
It is not working. Isn't it suppose to use the built in north-south calibrated thingy in the phone to check how strong the signal is? The forces around to point to north pole, like radiation to detect invisable smoke. I allways have problems with that, and the gps on google map. Can not connect to the device in phone... Edit: Oh, can use it to detect if smokealarm has active radiation left. I get it now. Those I buy last for 10 years i think. Cool. Should been smokealarm in mobile phones since
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Nitramite
August 30, 2020
Sorry but I have zero idea what thingy you talk about. This app requires geiger tube and its electronics with arduino and bluetooth module as described in description and website documentation what people apparently never read.

What's new

• Maintenance upgrades.
• Added CSV export option for main view and for map view.