Location Carlsbourg - Belgium
Understanding the "Last 24 Hours" chart
An average dose rate of 0.13 µSv / h corresponds to an average level of exposure to natural radioactivity of 1.14 mSv / year. (1 mSv = 1 000 µSv = 1 000 000 nSv).
This corresponds to the natural radioactive background radiation for the Carlsbourg station and for certain regions of Belgium.
The data for this graph is obtained using a geiger counter connected to a PC. The counter is manufactured by Black Cat Systems, Model GM45.
Radiation Monitor commissioned 1 Nov 2011.
The GM45 probe was recalibrated July 2016 according to the Gamma-Scout. This is tested in an authorized institute by the state. Each unit is supplied with a certificate stating its serial number.
The veracity of the results obtained is considered as a binding test of the hardware piloted through a personal website with essentially educational and experimental values and which commits only the author.
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