Android App Manual

Application settings

Application settings are available through the navigation menu (pictogram
in the upper left corner of the screen).
Please note that to save the settings, you need to tap the “OK” button at the bottom of the screen:

Application language: Tap to select the language of the application interface. The Russian language is available if it is supported by the mobile device.

Groups in the settings dialogs: Settings in dialogs are organized into groups. By default, all groups are collapsed, which gives them a compact appearance. To expand a group, tap it. If you select the "Always Expanded" setting, all settings groups in all dialogs will be displayed in expanded view. If the "Remember State" option is enabled, the application will remember which settings groups have been expanded and expand them the next time you enter the dialog. You can also enable group collapse/expand animation.

Measuring unit: Select in which units the information about the recorded radiation level is displayed: Roentgens (R), Sieverts (Sv) or Biological Rad Equivalent (rem). Rem is an obsolete unit of measurement of equivalent dose of ionizing radiation in the GHS system.

Count rate units: You can choose to display the count rate in pulses per second or pulses per minute (pulses per second multiplied by 60). The setting affects the entire application, including the spectrum.

Min. dose units of dose in Sievert: By default, the dose and dose rate are displayed in units that are automatically selected by the program: pico-, nano-, micro-, etc. If the unit of measurement in the instrument settings is set to Sieverts, this option allows you to select microSieverts as the minimum scale, as shown on the device display. Temperature Units: You can select whether the instrument temperature is displayed in Celsius or Fahrenheit.

Units of temperature: You can choose whether to display the instrument temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit.

Duplicate alarm sounds and device vibration on the phone: When an alarm occurs, the smartphone will beep and vibrate in parallel with the device.

Phone signals: You can select the volume of the alarm sounds that your smartphone emits. Actual volume level depends on smartphone model and settings.

Connect/disconnect sounds: Give a signal when the connection between the control panel and the application is established or lost. You can set the volume of these signals. If the connection with the device is lost, the application tries to reconnect with it with an interval of about 30 seconds.

Push notification when communication with the device is lost: Provide a pop-up notification when communication with the device is lost. When the connection is re-established, the notification disappears.

Push notifications for alarms: You can instruct the application to issue pop-up notifications when device alarms occur, either always, or only when the application window is inactive. Pop-up notifications are issued regardless of whether the alarm sounds of the device are turned on or off and can be useful, among other things, for indicating alarms on any kind of Smart-watch connected to a smartphone. In order for push notifications to appear, they should be enabled for the application Radiacode in the “Application” settings of the smartphone.

Device battery: You can tell the application to issue push notifications if the battery charge level of the device becomes less than the specified value, as well as in the case when the device itself turns off its power due to a complete battery discharge. A notification about a decrease in the charge level is issued once and does not repeat until the application is restarted or until the device's battery charge again drops from a higher value to the specified threshold.

Tab titles: Choose how to display the tab titles on the application screen - as text ("Home", "Journal", "Spectrum", ...) or as icons. When displayed as icons, icons of all the tabs always fit on the screen.

Start page: You can select which page (tab) will be active when the application starts. If the "Open map" option is set, the map will be opened after activating the

Offer to save the spectrum when stopping the activity measurement: If the is performed in several steps, this option can be disabled so that the application does not offer to save the accumulated spectrum each time the measurement is stopped.

Do not turn off the smartphone screen when the application is active: The smartphone screen will not turn off if an app is displayed on the screen Radiacode.

An animation of the icon in the status bar when the device is connected: If this option is enabled, the app has established a connection with the device, and the app is inactive, the app icon in the smartphone status bar will change appearance every few seconds. This allows you to see if the device is connected to the app without activating the app.

Diagnostic Mode - enable extended information output to the application log file. When a crash occurs, the extended log can help developers figure out the cause of the crash.

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