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Netherlands Groningen CPM: current 25 Low 7 High 8170
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Author:  Psylark [ Tue May 02, 2017 3:57 pm ]
Post subject:  Netherlands Groningen CPM: current 25 Low 7 High 8170

Is this real? Who is this and how can we verify it is a real reading?

Station ID 1:9CA41E6A Groningen, NL
Click here for data charts
CPM: current 25 Low 7 High 8170
Average 2818
GQ GMC-320+V4
GM tube: M4011
Usage: indoor
Call: PA3GET
Last updated: 2017-05-02 22:47:49 GMT+0200

My Mazur PRM 9000 reads an average of 50 CPM and a maximum of 63 CPM, today May 2nd 2017, in Haarlem, Netherlands (far away from Groningen)

Psylark

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Author:  Bert490 [ Tue May 02, 2017 8:43 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Netherlands Groningen CPM: current 25 Low 7 High 8170

The high readings are not supported by other nearby detectors (radmon.org, uradmonitor.com, eurdep, gcmaps.com), so it's likely either user testing or malfunction.

Author:  KingCobra [ Wed May 03, 2017 7:11 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Netherlands Groningen CPM: current 25 Low 7 High 8170

Bert490 wrote:
The high readings are not supported by other nearby detectors (radmon.org, uradmonitor.com, eurdep, gcmaps.com), so it's likely either user testing or malfunction.


Exactly, people must use their knowledge of detectors and radiation to decipher through the data a little before jumping to conclusions. Using this forum to question and comment about a questionable detection or site is why this forum was created. This forum works well too for keeping a record of a users private radiation monitoring stations maintenance records, like I do with mine.

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