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  • From David S Moore on Japan, Fukushima, Koriyama

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    Looks like this one may have gone off-line

    2017/05/07 at 5:03 am
    • From robouden on Japan, Fukushima, Koriyama

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      The “pancake” sensor in the same unit is reporting fine at http://realtime.safecast.org/sensors/100071.

      2017/05/07 at 12:40 pm
    • From robouden on Japan, Fukushima, Koriyama

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      No, seems LND7128 is dead. We will replace it soon.

      2017/05/07 at 12:38 pm
  • From robouden on Japan, Nara, Mitsue-mura, KittyWood

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    LND7128 seems to be broken.. Will be fix soon..

    2017/06/10 at 9:15 am
  • From robouden on Japan, Nara, Mitsue-mura, KittyWood

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    Tube was fine. Wire was lose. Fixed now.

    2017/06/10 at 11:16 am
  • From Rob Oudendijk on Japan, Nara, Mitsue-mura, KittyWood

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    Sensor was offline for a few days due to not enough power through USB power adaptor with too many devices on them. Replaced now with serious Anker.

    2017/07/07 at 5:16 am
  • From Rob Oudendijk on Japan, Fukushima, Fukushima-shi, Funabacho

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    At the moment offline due to broken router. Will be back soon/

    2017/08/08 at 12:05 pm
  • From Rob Oudendijk on Japan, Fukushima, Fukushima-shi, Funabacho

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    At the moment offline due to broken router. Will be back soon.

    2017/08/08 at 12:05 pm
  • From Petr Kuča on USA, CA, Bodega Head

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    could you, please, provide some information on
    – Seawater Probe calibration is 960 CPM per µSv/hr)
    – for what type or ionization radiation (alpha, beta, gamma, neutrons, etc.) and what energy spectrum etc. is it valid?
    – what is the uncertainty of this calibration?
    – background in the measurement site
    – are some background data available?
    – is the background stable in time or fluctuate?
    – is background correction applied? if yes, please describe how

    2017/09/12 at 8:14 am
  • From ED on USA, CA, Bodega Head

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    Hi Petr, you can look up the specs for the LND 78017 (http://www.lndinc.com/products/406/) which contain a lot of what you are asking for in terms of sensor response.

    The probe measures radiation in sea water in the bucket + immediate environment, there is no background correction applied.

    2017/09/12 at 2:53 pm
  • From Ray Ozzie on USA, WA, Seattle, Ray SC1

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    Solarcasting Seattle

    2017/09/12 at 5:23 pm
  • From robouden on USA, WA, Seattle, Ray SC1

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    Solarcast sensor.

    2017/09/15 at 11:49 am
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