|Add My Data Monitoring Station from Mineral Labs to NETC?
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|Author:||No2ClimateChange [ Fri Oct 17, 2014 12:27 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Add My Data Monitoring Station from Mineral Labs to NETC?|
I run a free, but modest-sized site: http://www.BeSolar.info with appx. 50,000 hits/mo.
I just subscribed for $20 bucks, last night to NETC on a recommendation from a
friend of “The Expedition For Life” Fukushima Hounds, investigating “The Pacific Ocean Is Dead”.
I’ve tried and failed several times, (Closed Radiation Network.com and Observer software)but can’t get a NETC “ID”, or set my Geiger Location of 32.00000 -110.00000, or anything on your (now our) private network, using the available menu. Nor does "help" solve this. I am getting more familiar, though, with this forum venue, but it is taking time.
I use a Win7 PC laptop and the latest Mac Mini running Yosemite OSX 10.10. I’m currently subscribed and connected to Mineral Lab’s Radiation Network, already for some months, now, with no problems.
My user name with RN is “Bobs Camp” and with NETC’s chat, it is “No2ClimateChange”.
So, are we compatible? Both systems should connect locations, but if not, help, please.
I want Bobs Camp up and running on NETC, if at all possible, or we can call it No2ClimateChange!
http://www.BeSolar.info, would appreciate two manmade radiation data sets! From 2 separate,
independent perspectives! Can this be done or have I missed the boat?
The serial port reads blank after several reboots and the Inspector USB plugged-in with all other programs closed, even deleted.
A Partner In Bringing Down the Nuclear Dark Age,
Bob Zavoda, Editor/Creator for ten years running:
|Author:||hey [ Fri Oct 17, 2014 2:49 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Add My Data Monitoring Station from Mineral Labs to NETC|
There are a lot of questions that need to be answer.
Are you running RN and netc together?
What type of software, netc using wapp4netc.exe from our webpage?
Please email Jeffb@netc.com for more help
I hope this helps
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