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1 minute to learn how to use WikiSensor Dosimeter

posted Aug 15, 2011, 10:30 AM by Paul Normier

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Last Video of our tests in the external dosimetry laboratory

posted Aug 11, 2011, 6:39 AM by Paul Normier   [ updated Sep 7, 2011, 3:44 AM by louis normier ]

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This short video shows the experimentation process set up for testing our last inventions in an external dosimetry laboratory.

Adrien, co-founder of WikiSensor, successively exposes his invention, the "WikiSensor dosimeter" and a model helicopter operated by Iphone, the Parrot ARDrone (http://www.parrot.com/usa) to dose rates between 500 microsieverts per hour and 1 microsievert per hour.

WikiSensor Dosimeter Beta tested in Laboratory of external dosimetry

posted Aug 6, 2011, 3:24 AM by Paul Normier   [ updated Sep 7, 2011, 3:48 AM by louis normier ]

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Late July 2011, WikiSensor tested the bêta version of its WikiSensor dosimeter in a laboratory of external dosimetry. 

Our application on this video (shot from outside the experimentation room) counts the number of pixels "burnt" (hit) by the radioactive waves.

  • Source used: Cobalt
  • Dose rate: 50 microsieverts per hour 
  • Integration time: 1 second







After these experiments, we have concluded that:
  • WikiSensor dosimeter is certainly sensitive with a threshold of 5 microsieverts per hour and probably sensitive between 1 and 5 microsieverts per hour.
  • The ideal measurement integration time is about 30 seconds. WikiSensor dosimeter is pre-set for a 30 seconds integration time. Users can choose themselves this data integration time (by extending it to be sensitive below 5 microsieverts per hour).
For detailed experimentation and conclusions, you can download the PDF document attached (in French).

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