Android App Manual

Main Screen


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The application name, its version and the version of the device firmware, if it is connected. If an app update is available on GooglePlay, the version number will be displayed in yellow. If the device firmware requires an update, the firmware version number will be displayed in yellow. The device firmware is included in the application itself, so the application knows both the device firmware version and the firmware version for which the application is designed. It is possible that the device has a newer firmware version than the one for which the application is designed. This happens when the device firmware has already been updated via Radiacode for Windows and the app hasn't been updated yet. In this case, the firmware number is displayed in red and the application should be updated to GooglePlay, otherwise the correct operation of the application with the device is not guaranteed. The main menu item “About Radiacode” gives information about the version of the application and firmware, as well as their correspondence to one another.
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Current status of the device and application: location, status and strength of the Bluetooth signal, temperature of the device. If the location icon is gray, then the application does not write the current location to the database, either because this option is disabled in the application settings, or because it is impossible to determine the location.
Tapping this icon opens the main menu of the application.
This button at the top of the screen opens a dialog for quick settings of the device - control of sound, light indication, vibration, etc.
This button at the top of the screen becomes visible <дописать где её искать> and blinks when the alarm threshold is exceeded, if the device sounds are enabled. Tapping this button mutes the alarm until either an alarm of a higher level occurs, or the alarm ends and reappears. The same is done by pressing the round button on the device body.
Application page switcher. In addition to the main page, there is also a page for viewing , page to display and from . Pages can be switched by tapping the page title.

In the , you can choose whether to display text or icons as bookmark headers. The icons might be more convenient because they all fit on the same screen.
The value of the emission dose accumulated over the specified time interval. On the right side of this field there is a button to restart the dose accumulation (the value of the accumulated dose is reset to zero).
Pulse count rate graph. The start and end date/time of the data section loaded into application memory from the database is displayed in blue at the top of the graph. This portion of the data is available for display in the graphs.
At the top right, the current value of the counting rate is displayed - the number of emission pulses recorded by the device's sensor in one second or one minute, depending on the selected settings.
The time scale is displayed above the X-axis, on the graph it is 4 minutes. That is, the graph displays data for 4 minutes. The scale can be changed using the “+” and “-” buttons next to the graph, as well as the pinch gesture. For more details see .
The X-axis displays the calendar time corresponding to the beginning and end of the graph. If the time corresponds to the current day (“today”), then the date is not displayed, otherwise the date will be displayed above the time.
If the graph displays the most recent data that correspond to real time, then on the right, in a lighter color, live data are displayed that have been read by the device from its sensor, but have not yet been processed (data processing and filtering algorithms require a certain amount of accumulated data for processing). Already processed and filtered values are displayed in green on the graph.
In , you can specify whether the application should always connect points on the graph with a line. You can set the time interval so that the points on the graph that are separated by a value greater than the interval will not be connected by a line, but will be displayed with gaps.
Dose rate graph. The units of measurement are selected in the device settings. When an alarm occurs, the dose rate value is displayed in the color corresponding to the alarm. The alarm levels are displayed with horizontal colored lines. Vertical colored lines with a circle at the top indicate when alarms occurred. The dose rate graph is time synchronized with the count rate graph.
Toggles the displayed graphs: either the count rate, or the dose rate, or both.
Opens the .
Search for the previous/next piece of data after a break in time. A long tap of the button moves to the very beginning or, respectively, to the very end of the graph.
Increase or decrease the time scale. A long tap of the button increases the zoom to the maximum or decreases to the minimum.
Scaling mode indicator and return to the automatic scaling mode selected in the graph settings. See .
Animated diagram of the current dose rate value with alarm levels. The blue zone shows the boundaries where the dose rate value was in the time interval specified in the . If you select "Last .... minutes" option, the blue zone boundaries are updated every minute. If the real-time dose rate value coming from the instrument exceeds the current limits, the limits are updated according to the current value.
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A long tap on the graph brings up a drop-down menu (if there is data in the database that matches the tapped point):
Set a text comment for the selected point. Comment displayed in the
Show the selected portion in the log. Note that the log may not display the entry corresponding to the tap point due to the filters specified in the log settings.
Open on the map with data corresponding to the moment selected on the graph.

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