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Published by capintec, 2018-10-16 08:00:50

RAD-MON Monitoring Software Manual

RAD-MON Monitoring Software Manual

CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor Network Ready with Mobile Remote Access

Capintec’s CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor is Features
network ready, with large easy to read display. CAP-RAD Area Monitor
Designed for medical, industrial, and research
facilities, the system can be accessed and • 8 ” SVGA touch screen color display
controlled remotely by any PC or mobile • Easy to follow menu driven program
device connected to your network through a • Large bright easy to read digital display
web browser. Optional RAD MON Monitoring • Bright color coded bar graph display
Software is available for remote viewing and • Programmable units of measure (mR/hr or uSv/hr)
analysis. The program automatically monitors • Optional GM detectors for higher ranges
multiple units via network scan. Alarm states • Low and high programmable alarms levels
can also be communicated remotely through • Both visible and audible alarm states
the networked software program, or via email • 12 hour battery life (non alarm state)
directly to your safety officer. • Data logging stored on Area Monitor readout
• Setup menu available on touch screen
• Email alert sent via SMTP protocol
• Wall mount configuration
• Ethernet interface
• Three Dry Contact Relays
• Optional Remote GM detector
RAD MON Monitoring Software
• Remotely controls and monitors Area Monitor
• Displays real time data and alarm status
• Stores data for all networked units
• Simultaneously configures groups
• Add new systems via network scan
• Performs common statistical analysis

Item Numbers
• CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor:
Item # 5250-0022
• CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor With RAD MON
Monitoring Software: Item # 5250-0031
• RAD-MON Monitoring Software for CAP-RAD:
Item # 5250-0032

7 Vreeland Road, Florham Park, NJ 07932 • PH: 201.825.9500 or 800.631.3826 • WEB: www.capintec.com

CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor Specifications

Specifications RAD MON Monitoring Software
CAP-RAD Area Monitor
• Remotely controls and monitors Area Monitor
• Detector: energy compensated gas filled GM • Windows based program
• Detector operating voltage: 500 V • Ethernet interface
• Display: 8 ” SVGA touch screen color display • Ability to export data to Excel
• Measurement range • Email alert sent via SMTP protocol
• 0.1 mR/hr to 1,000 mR/hr Console Dimensions
• 1.0 uSv/hr to 10 mSv/hr • 6.3" h x 8.5" w x 2.2"d
• Response time: 1-3 s 90% FS
• Alarm types: Visual and Audible (16 x 21.6 x 5.7 cm)
• Alarm indicators-LED • Weight: 4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
• GREEN below alarm triggers Working Environment
• YELLOW low level alarm state • 0 to 60C, 0 to 90% humidity, non-condensing
• RED high level alarm state Mount
• Loud beeping variable rate audible alarm • Wall mount bracket
• Color coded bar graph matches alarm state Power Requirements
• Battery Life: 12 hours without alarm state • Wall mount power adaptor :
• Battery Status: RED LED when battery voltage is LOW
• Three SPDT electromagnetic relays with dry contacts. Input: 100-240VAC,50/60 Hz
Output: [email protected]
Trigger event for each relay can be programmed 2.0x5.5x12mm barrel connector plug
individually or
• Accessible by mobile device via web browser • Ethernet (PoE): 48 Vdc. 0.35A
• Incudes wall mount power adaptor

Issue Date: 3/28/2018 0413

7 Vreeland Road, Florham Park, NJ 07932 • PH: 201.825.9500 or 800.631.3826 • WEB: www.capintec.com

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1.1.3. Activating RAD MON program

The Computer ID will be displayed in the RAD MON activation screen. Please supply the
Computer ID to Capintec Sales at 1-800-631-3826 or 1-201-825-9500 or
[email protected] Capintec will supply a Key to activate RAD MON. The
Key is typed into the Key text box of the activation screen and the Accept button is pressed to
activate RAD MON. RAD MON will display the Valid Product Key message box. Click on OK
button to close the message box and activation screen. Restart RAD MON to use the program.

1.1.4. Configuring CAP-RAD for the RAD MON program
1.1.4.1. Each CAP-RAD must be configured before it can be seen properly by the RAD MON

program.
1.1.4.2. On the CAP-RAD, touch the Setup tab.
1.1.4.3. Enter the default password: 12345.
1.1.4.4. Touch the System Settings button.
1.1.4.5. Touch the Device Name text box.
1.1.4.6. Enter a Device Name that is unique and descriptive.
1.1.4.7. Touch the Accept button in the keyboard screen.
1.1.4.8. Touch the Save button in the System Settings screen.

1.1.5. Serial Number and IP Address
1.1.5.1. Touch the Device Information button and record the Serial Number of the CAP-RAD.
1.1.5.2. Touch the Back button in the Device Information screen.
1.1.5.3. Touch the Back button in the Setup screen to return to the Main screen.
1.1.5.4. Record the IP Address displayed at the top of the screen at the center.

1.2. RAD MON Main Screen

1.2.1. When the RAD MON program is launched, the Main Screen appears:

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Main Screen

1.2.2. The status and current reading of all CAP-RADs in the RAD MON program will appear on the
1.2.3. Main Screen.
The computer will audibly beep, if there are any CAP-RADs in either Low Alarm or High
Alarm.

1.2.4. Selecting RAD MON Units

1.2.4.1. The readings can be displayed in mR/h or µSv/h.
1.2.4.2. To select the unit, Click Settings in the menu bar.
1.2.4.3. Click on the desired unit. The ♦ symbol will appear in front of the selected unit.
Note: This selection is only for the display on the RAD Mon program. It does not affect the display on the
CAP-RAD.

1.3. Adding CAP-RADs to the RAD MON program
To add one or more CAP-RADs to the RAD MON program:
1.3.1. Click on Configure Area Monitors on the menu bar.
1.3.2. Click on Add Area Monitors to RAD MON on the drop down menu.

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Add CAP-RAD to RAD MON

1.3.3. The CAP-RADs in the system, along with their Serial Number, IP Address and Device Name
will appear on this screen.

1.3.4. Automatically Scan Network and Add Area Monitors

1.3.4.1. All CAP-RADs on the network can be automatically added to RAD MON.
1.3.4.2. The network’s Sub Net Address will be displayed.
1.3.4.3. Click the Scan and Add Area Monitors button.
1.3.4.4. The number of CAP-RADs added will be displayed.
1.3.4.5. The details of the Area Monitors added will be displayed in the list.

1.3.5. Manually Add a CAP-RAD

1.3.5.1. A CAP-RAD can also be added manually.
1.3.5.2. Enter the CAP-RAD’s Serial Number in the Serial Number text box.
1.3.5.3. Enter the CAP-RAD’s complete IP Address in the IP Address text box.
1.3.5.4. Click the Add Area Monitor button.
1.3.5.5. The CAP-RAD will be added to RAD MON and its details will be displayed on the list.

1.3.6. Returning to the Main Screen
To return to the Main Screen, click the Back button.

1.4. Automatic Backup of CAP-RAD data

1.4.1. The RAD MON program will download information stored on the CAP-RADs as a data backup.
1.4.2. RAD MON will use this data to display historical information.
Backup occurs automatically when 1) RAD MON is started or 2) CAP-RADs are added to RAD
MON.

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1.4.3. After the backup is complete, the CAP-RADs will be displayed on the Main Screen in the
1.4.4. proper section with their readings displayed.
1.4.5. A backup is triggered before any search of the database from any View History screen. This
is to ensure that the database is updated with the latest data.
Additionally, at 3:00 am every day, RAD MON will automatically backup all CAP-RADs.

1.5. Configure Room and Zone for CAP-RADs

To set the Room and Zone for CAP-RADs in RAD MON,

1.5.1. Click on Configure Area Monitors on the menu bar.
1.5.2. Click on Configure Room and Zone on the drop down menu.
1.5.3. Click on the Area Monitor drop down box and select a CAP-RAD.

1.5.4. Enter the Zone information in the Zone text box.
1.5.5. Enter the Room information in the Room text box.
1.5.6. Click on the Save button.

1.6. Removing CAP-RADs from RAD MON
To remove one or more CAP-RADs from the RAD MON program,
1.6.1. Click on Configure Area Monitors from the menu bar.
1.6.2. Click on Remove Area Monitor from RAD MON from the drop down menu.

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Remove CAP-RAD from RAD MON

1.6.3. The CAP-RADs in RAD MON will be listed.
1.6.4. Highlight the CAP-RAD to be removed.
1.6.5. Click Remove Area Monitor from RAD MON
1.6.6. The CAP-RAD will be removed from the list.
1.6.7. To return to the Main Screen, click the Back button.

1.7. Configuring a Single CAP-RAD

1.7.1. Click on Configure Area Monitors from the menu bar.
1.7.2. Click on Configure Single Area Monitor from the drop down menu.

1.7.3. Configure Single CAP-RAD
To exit the screen, click the Back button.
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1.7.4. To see the list of CAP-RADs in RAD MON, click on the Area Monitor drop down list.
1.7.5. Click on the CAP-RAD to be configured.
1.7.6. Enter the password for the CAP-RAD in the Password text box.
1.7.7. Click on Connect button.

Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen

1.7.8. The main screen for configuring the CAP-RAD will be displayed.
1.7.1. System Settings

1.7.1.1. Click on System Settings button in the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen.

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Configure System Settings
1.7.1.2. Enter the device name into the Device Name text box.
1.7.1.3. Select the exposure unit from the Units drop down box.
1.7.1.4. Click on Submit button to save the settings
1.7.1.5. Click on Cancel button to return to the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen without

saving the settings.

1.7.2. Network Settings
1.7.2.1. Click on Network Settings button in the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen.

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Configure Network Settings

1.7.2.2. Click on the DHCP or Static IP radio button to set the method for getting the IP

Address.

1.7.2.3. Enter the static IP address into the IP Address text box.

1.7.2.4. Enter the static subnet into the Subnet text box.

1.7.2.5. Enter the static gateway into the Gateway text box.

1.7.2.6. Enter the static primary DNS address into the Pri DNS text box.

1.7.2.7. Enter the static secondary DNS address into the Sec DNS text box.

1.7.2.8. Enter the Net BIOS name into the NetBIOS text box.

1.7.2.9. Enter the email server address into the SMTP Address text box.

1.7.2.10. Enter the email server port into the SMTP Port text box.

1.7.2.11. Enter the email server login into the SMTP Login text box.

1.7.2.12. Enter the email server password into the SMTP Password text box.

1.7.2.13. Click on Submit button to save the settings.

1.7.2.14. Click on Cancel button to return to the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen

without saving the settings.

1.7.2.15. IP Access Settings

1.7.2.15.1. Click on IP Access button in the Network Settings screen

April 18 Configure IP Access Settings

1.7.2.15.2. Click on Allow/Deny radio button to apply the allow rules before the deny
rules.

1.7.2.15.3. Click on Deny/Allow radio button to apply the deny rules before the allow
rules.

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1.7.2.15.4. Click on Allow check box to enable the allow rule.
1.7.2.15.5. Click on Deny check box to enable the deny rule.
1.7.2.15.6. Enter IP Address text box and Subnet Mask text box to define the IP

addresses for a rule.
1.7.2.15.7. Enter the description of the rule in the Description text box.
1.7.2.15.8. Click on Submit button to save the settings.
1.7.2.15.9. Click on Cancel button to return to the Network Settings Screen without

saving the settings.

1.7.3. Message Settings

1.7.3.1. Click on Message Settings button in the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen.

Configure Message Settings

1.7.3.2. Click on Activate Email Alerts check box to enable email alerts.

1.7.3.3. Click on Send email on Low Threshold check box to send email alert when low

alarm is triggered.

1.7.3.4. Click on Send email on High Threshold check box to send email alert when high

alarm is triggered.

1.7.3.5. Enter the email address of the sender in the From text box.

1.7.3.6. Enter the email addresses of the receiver(s) in the To text box. If there is more than

one email address, then each address is separated by a semicolon.

1.7.3.7. Enter the subject line of the email in the Subject text box.

1.7.3.8. Enter the body of the message in the Message text box.

1.7.3.9. Click on Submit button to save the settings.

1.7.3.10. Click on Cancel button to return to the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen

without saving the settings.

1.7.4. Alarm Settings
1.7.4.1. Click on Alarm Settings button in the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen.

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Configure Alarm Settings

1.7.4.2. Enter the high threshold level into the High Threshold text box.
1.7.4.3. Enter the low threshold level into the Low Threshold text box.
1.7.4.4. Select the beeper setting from the Beeper Mode drop down box.
1.7.4.5. Select the setting for relay 1 from the Relay 1 Mode drop down box.
1.7.4.6. Select the setting for relay 2 from the Relay 2 Mode drop down box.
1.7.4.7. Select the setting for relay 3 from the Relay 3 Mode drop down box.
1.7.4.8. Click on Submit button to save the settings.
1.7.4.9. Click on Cancel button to return to the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen without

saving the settings.

1.7.5. Clock Settings
1.7.5.1. Click on Clock Settings button in the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen.

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Configure Clock Settings

1.7.5.2. Enter the current year into the Year text box.
1.7.5.3. Enter the current month into the Month text box.
1.7.5.4. Enter the current day into the Day text box.
1.7.5.5. Enter the current hour into the Hour text box.
1.7.5.6. Enter the current minute into the Minute text box.
1.7.5.7. Click on Submit button to set the CAP-RAD clock.
1.7.5.8. Click on Cancel button to return to the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen without

changing the CAP-RAD clock.
1.7.6. Date Time Settings

1.7.6.1. Click on Date Time Settings button in the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen.

Configure Date Time Settings

1.7.6.2. Select the time zone from the Time Zone drop down box.
1.7.6.3. Select the date format from the Date Format drop down box.

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1.7.6.4. Enable automatic day light savings time for United States time zones by checking the
US Daylight Adjust check box.

1.7.6.5. Enable clock correction with network time by checking the Use Network Time check
box.

1.7.6.6. Click on Submit button to save the settings.
1.7.6.7. Click on Cancel button to return to the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen without

saving the settings.

1.7.7. Change Admin Password
1.7.7.1. Click on Change Admin Password button in the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen.

Change Admin Password
1.7.7.2. Enter the current password in the Current Password text box.
1.7.7.3. Enter the new password in the New Password text box.
1.7.7.4. Enter the new password again to verify the new password in the Verify Password

text box.
1.7.7.5. Click on Submit button to change the password.
1.7.7.6. Click on Cancel button to return to the Configure CAP-RAD Main Screen without

saving the settings.

1.8. Configuring Multiple CAP-RADs
1.8.1. Click on Configure Area Monitors from the menu bar.
1.8.2. Click on Configure Multiple Area Monitors from the drop down menu.

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Select Multiple CAP-RADs to configure

1.8.3. Select the CAP-RADs to configure by clicking on the check box.
1.8.4. Enter the password in the Password text box. All the selected CAP-RADs must have the
same password, otherwise an error message will be displayed.
1.8.5. Click on Connect button.

Configure Multiple CAP-RADs

1.8.6. The Area Monitors in the RAD MON are listed and checked.
1.8.7. To change password: Click on Password check box.
1.8.8. Enter new password in the New Password text box.
1.8.9. Enter new password again in the Verify Password text box to confirm the new password.
1.8.10. To select units: Click on Units check box.

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1.8.11. Click on either the mR/h radio button or the uSv/h radio button.
1.8.12. To set clock: Click on Clock check box.
1.8.13. Enter current year in the Year text box.
1.8.14. Enter current month in the Month text box.
1.8.15. Enter current day in the Day text box.
1.8.16. Enter current hour in the Hour text box.
1.8.17. Enter current minutes in the Min text box.
1.8.18. To set Time Zone: Click on Time Zone check box.
1.8.19. Select time zone from the Time Zone drop down box.
1.8.20. To set date format: Click on Date Format check box.
1.8.21. Select date format from Date Format drop down box.
1.8.22. For Automatic US Daylight Time Zone Adjustment, click on US Daylight Adj check box.

1.8.23. Select either Yes or No from the US Daylight Adj. drop down box.

1.8.24. For Automatic Clock Adjustment from Network Time, click on Network Time check box.

1.8.25. Select either Yes or No from the Network Time drop down box.

1.8.26. Click the Submit button to send all the checked settings to the checked CAP-RADs.

1.8.27. Click the Cancel button to return to the Main Screen without sending any changes to the CAP-
RADs.

1.9. Viewing Event History

1.9.1. To view the Event History for one or more CAP-RADs:
1.9.2. Click on History in the menu bar.
1.9.3. Click on View Event from the drop down menu.

View Event History

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1.9.4. Selecting CAP-RAD(s) to View
1.9.4.1. The Event History for one or more CAP-RADs may be viewed.
1.9.4.2. The CAP-RAD(s) can be selected by Zone, Room or Device Name.
1.9.4.3. The default is all CAP-RADs.

1.9.5. Selecting CAP-RADs by Zone

1.9.5.1. The default is ALL Zones.
1.9.5.2. Select zone from the Zone drop down box.

1.9.6. Selecting CAP-RADs by Room

1.9.6.1. The default is ALL Rooms.
1.9.6.2. Select room from the Room drop down box.

1.9.7. Selecting CAP-RADs by Device

1.9.7.1. The default is ALL Devices.
1.9.7.2. Select device from the Device drop down box.

1.9.8. Selecting Event Message Type to Displaying

1.9.8.1. The default is ALL Event Message Type.
1.9.8.2. Select event message type from the Event drop down box.

1.9.9. Selecting Time Period to View

The Alarm History can be viewed for the following time periods:

4.11.9.1 Today
4.11.9.2 Yesterday
4.11.9.3 Current Week (the past 7 days)
4.11.9.4 Previous Week (the past 8 – 14 days)
4.11.9.5 Current Month
4.11.9.6 Previous Month
4.11.9.7 Date Range
4.11.9.8 The default is “today”.
4.11.9.9 Click on the radio button for the desired time period.

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1.9.10. Date Range

If DATE RANGE is selected, the starting date (From text box) and the ending date (To text
box) must be entered.

1.9.11. Displaying the Event History

1.9.11.1. When the desired CAP-RADs, event message type and time period have been

chosen, click the Search button.

1.9.11.2. If there is a conflict between the selected Zone, Room and Device, the

message “Search was not able to find Area Monitor” will appear.

1.9.11.3. Below is an example of Event History.

Event History Example

1.9.12. Printing
To obtain a printout of the displayed Event History, click the Print button.

1.9.13. Exporting the Event History

1.9.13.1. To export the displayed Event History, click the Export CSV button.

1.9.13.2. A file dialog box will appear to enter the file name.

1.9.13.3. When Save is clicked, the displayed data will be saved in the entered file

name.

1.9.14. To return to the Main Screen, click on the Back button.

1.10. Viewing Data History

1.10.1. To view the Data History for a CAP-RAD:
1.10.2. Click on History in the menu bar.
1.10.3. Click on View Data from the drop down menu.

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Data History

1.10.4. Selecting CAP-RAD to View
Select CAP-RAD from the Area Monitor drop down list

1.10.5. Selecting GM Detector to View

1.10.5.1. To view internal GM Detector, uncheck the External GM check box.
1.10.5.2. To view external GM Detector, check the External GM check box.

1.10.6. Selecting Time Period to View

The Data History can be viewed for the following time periods:

1.10.6.1. Today
1.10.6.2. Yesterday
1.10.6.3. Current Week (the past 7 days)
1.10.6.4. Previous Week (the past 8 – 14 days)
1.10.6.5. Current Mont
1.10.6.6. Previous Month
1.10.6.7. Date Range
1.10.6.8. The default is “today”.
1.10.6.9. Click on the radio button for the desired time period.
1.10.7. Date Range

If DATE RANGE is selected, the starting date (From text box) and the ending date (To text
box) must be entered.

1.10.8. Displaying the Data History

1.10.8.1. When the desired CAP-RAD, GM detector and time period have been chosen,

click the Search button.

1.10.8.2. A graph of the data for the selected time period will be displayed.

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1.10.9. Zooming

1.10.9.1. The displayed graph may be zoomed in (expanded) or zoomed out (returned to

previous time).

1.10.9.2. Marking the Zoom Area

1.10.9.2.1. Click the left mouse button within the graph. A vertical red line (zoom line) will

appear. Move the mouse and click the left button again. A second vertical red

line (zoom line) will appear. To change the position of either line, click the left

mouse button near that line.

1.10.9.2.2. If you only want to zoom in from the origin to a given point, or from a given

point to the end of the x-axis, only one zoom line is necessary.

1.10.9.2.3. Below is an example of data for the current week with two zoom lines.

Data History with Zoom Lines

1.10.9.3. Zooming in

1.10.9.3.1. To expand the marked area, move the mouse within the area and click the
right mouse button.

1.10.9.3.2. To zoom in from the origin to a zoom line, move the mouse between the origin
and the zoom line and click the right mouse button.

1.10.9.3.3. To zoom in from a zoom line to the end of the x-axis, move the mouse
between the zoom line and the end of the x-axis and click the right mouse
button.

1.10.9.4. Zooming out

To zoom out one level (return to the previous graph), move the mouse outside
of the graph and click the right mouse button.

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1.10.9.5. Clearing the Zoom line(s).

To clear the zoom line(s), move the mouse outside the graph and click the left
mouse button.

1.10.10. Printing
To obtain a printout of the displayed graph, click the Print button.

1.10.11. Exporting the Data History

1.10.11.1. To export the Data History, click the Export CSV button.

1.10.11.2. A file dialog box will appear to enter the file name.

1.10.11.3. When Save is clicked, the date/time and average exposure for each data point

in the full data set found by the search will be save in the csv file.

1.10.12. To return to the Main Screen, click the Back button.

1.11. View Statistics History
Statistics may be viewed for Average Exposure Rate, Minimum Exposure Rate and Maximum

Exposure Rate.

To view the Statistics History for a CAP-RAD:

1.11.1. Click on History in the menu bar.
1.11.2. Click on View Statistics from the drop down menu.

Statistics History

1.11.3. Select CAP-RADs to View
Select CAP-RAD from the Area Monitor drop down list.

1.11.4. Select GM Detector

1.11.4.1. To view internal GM Detector, uncheck the External GM check box.
1.11.4.2. To view external GM Detector, check the External GM check box.

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1.11.5. Selecting Statistics Format

1.11.5.1. The statistics can be viewed in the following formats:
1.11.5.2. 4.13.7.1.1 Hourly
4.13.7.1.2 Daily
4.13.7.1.3 Monthly
The default is Hourly.

1.11.6. Entering Date

1.11.6.1. The date is entered in the Date text box. The date is the starting date.
1.11.6.2. For Hourly, the displayed data will begin a midnight for the entered date.
1.11.6.3. For Daily, the displayed data will begin on the entered date.
1.11.6.4. For Monthly, the displayed data will begin on the month for the entered date.

1.11.7. Entering Number to Display

1.11.7.1. The number of rows of data displayed is entered in the Number to Display

text box.

1.11.7.2. For Hourly, the default is 24 (1 day).

1.11.7.3. For Daily, the default is 30 (30 day month).

1.11.7.4. For Monthly, the default is 12 (1 year).

1.11.8. Displaying Statistics

1.11.8.1. When the desired CAP-RAD, GM detector, Statistics type, Date and Number to

Display, have been selected, click the Search button.The following will be displayed:

1.11.8.2. Hourly

1.11.8.2.1. Date, Hour

1.11.8.2.2. Average Exposure Rate for each hour

1.11.8.2.3. Minimum Exposure Rate for each hour

1.11.8.2.4. Maximum Exposure Rate for each hour

1.11.8.3. Daily

1.11.8.3.1. Date
1.11.8.3.2. Average Exposure Rate for each day
1.11.8.3.3. Minimum Exposure Rate for each day
1.11.8.3.4. Maximum Exposure Rate for each day

1.11.8.4. Monthly

1.11.8.4.1. Month, Year

1.11.8.4.2. Average Exposure Rate for each month

1.11.8.4.3. Minimum Exposure Rate for each month

1.11.8.4.4. Maximum Exposure Rate for each month

1.11.8.4.5.

1.11.8.5. Printing:

To obtain a printout of the displayed Statistics History, click the Print button.

1.11.8.7. Exporting the Statistics History

1.11.8.7.1. To export the displayed Statistics History, click the Export CSV button.
1.11.8.7.2. A file dialog box will appear to enter the file name.

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1.11.8.8. When Save is clicked, the displayed data will be saved in the entered file

name.

1.11.8.9. To return to the Main Screen, click the Back button.

1.12. Viewing QC Test History

1.12.1. To view the QC Test History for a CAP-RAD:
1.12.2. Click on History in the menu bar.
1.12.3. Click on View QC Tests from the drop down menu.

QC Test History

1.12.4. Selecting CAP-RAD to View

Select CAP-RAD from the Area Monitor drop down list.

1.12.5. Entering Date Range

1.12.5.1. Enter the start date into the From text box.
1.12.5.2. Enter the end date into the To text box.

1.12.6. Displaying the QC Tests

When the desired CAP-RAD and date range has been selected, click the Search button.

The QC Test report will be displayed for the CAP-RAD and the date range.

1.12.7. Printing

To obtain a printout of the displayed QC Test report, click the Print button.

1.12.8. Exporting the QC Test report

1.12.8.1. To export the displayed QC Test report, click the Export CSV button.

1.12.8.2. A file dialog box will appear to enter the file name.

1.12.8.3. When Save is clicked, the displayed data will be saved in the entered file

name.

1.12.9. To return to the Main Screen, click the Back button.

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