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Radioactivity Counter

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Radioattività contatore reale basato su un sensore della fotocamera. Funziona come un Geigercounter. Noi abbiamo esaminato molti telefoni mobili nel centro Helmholtz Munich, con campi di radiazione diversi (2µSv/h.. 1 Sv/h).Lei trova tavole con telefoni diversi per la calibratura sul nostro homepage. Per favore l'e-mail noi per aiuto.Disclaimer: The type of radiation picked up by the camera can be dangerous/detrimental to the user's health as well as cause damage to the device.
This is a real working radioactivity counter. You only need a BLACK TAPE to cover the lenses !! It's using the camera sensor to detect radiation, like a geiger mueller counter. We tested several mobile phones at the helmholz research facility in Munich, using a professional radiation device in the range of 2 µGy/h till 1-10 Gy/h (CS137 and CO60). PLEASE SEND US FEEDBACK via EMAIL !! We add new devices in short intervals (next are the Droid 2 or Milestone 2 series - in the medium sensitivity field, LG 9000 and Dell )
Attention: the tape must shield the light completely. Please check with a light source !
On our homepage you find several measurement result for different devices we tested already. Currently on our best list are Samsung Mini, die HTC series like desire, Nexus One, Nexus S (see statistic image upper curves show more sensitive devices). If your device is not listed, please send us an email we might help you shortly.Feel free to use our table to assign radiation values to our counter measurements when you have the same device. The real values might differ as sensors can change. There we need your help and the help of the manufactures for a future calibration service.You can use the contact button in the help menu to provide us with feedback and please use it.The app can log counter values and the resulting statistic can be sent by email (Csv) or saved as csv or html file. Help supporting this idea by buying the App please.
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