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Published by capintec, 2018-03-21 11:02:08

CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor Manual

CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor Manual

CAPINTEC, INC. CAP-RAD SMART AREA MONITOR

CAP-RAD Smart Area
Monitor

Manual Stock No. 9250-0159 Rev. A – March 2018

CAP-RAD SMART AREA MONITOR
USER’S GUIDE

Capintec, Inc.
Sales and Marketing, Customer Support

and Authorized Service Center
7 Vreeland Road

Florham Park, NJ 07932
Phone (800) ASK-4CRC

Fax (201) 825-1336

Copyright© 2018 Capintec, Inc.

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

CAPINTEC, INC CAP-RAD SMART AREA MONITOR

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GENERAL WARNINGS......................................................................................................... 3
SECURITY WARNINGS ........................................................................................................ 3
ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE POTENTIAL ......................................................... 4
WARRANTY INFORMATION ................................................................................................ 4
GENERAL INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................. 5
INSTALLATION..................................................................................................................... 7
DEVICE ACTIVATION........................................................................................................... 7
DEVICE SHUTDOWN............................................................................................................ 8
DEVICE OPERATION ........................................................................................................... 9

Operation – Software Specifications............................................................................... 9
Information Bar ............................................................................................................. 10
Menu Bar ...................................................................................................................... 10
Menu Screens............................................................................................................... 10

PERIODIC MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................ 73
DEVICE CLEANING ............................................................................................................ 73
PACKAGE CONTENTS ...................................................................................................... 74
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................................... 74
DIMENSIONS (mm)............................................................................................................. 75
TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................................................................... 76
DISPOSAL INFORMATION................................................................................................. 77
CONTACT INFORMATION ................................................................................................. 77
CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .............................................................................. 78

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GENERAL WARNINGS

 Carefully read this User's Guide before using this device. After reading the guide,
 store it in a location easily accessible by all users.

 Verify that is no physical damage to the device and that all accessories are included.

 Perform the installation and first activation processes of the device as described
under the INSTALLATION section on page 7.

Avoid impact, excessive temperature, moisture and dust during the use and
transportation of the device. These may void the warranty.

Do not use this device for purposes other than its intent of use.

To activate the device, turn the battery disconnection switch found on the top of the
CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor to ON position. Press, hold the power button found on
the right side of the device until 0.00 (mR/h or µSv/h) appears on the screen and
then release the power button.

SECURITY WARNINGS
Ensure that the power outlet is grounded and complies with conditions written on
the device's power label. It is recommended that the device be connected to an
Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS).
Any failure caused by connection to an inappropriate power supply shall void the
warranty.
Verify that the battery disconnection switch of device is in OFF (O) before
connecting to the power outlet. Verify that the power cord is securely attached to
both the power outlet and the device’s power socket.

The device is designed for interior use. The device location should be devoid of
wet areas and the device should not come in contact with water or particulates.

The device should not be exposed to direct sunlight and should be kept away from
high temperature sources.

For accurate measurements, the device should be mounted on a wall using the
included mounting hardware in such a way that the LEDs are positioned above the
LCD screen.

Hard or sharp objects that may damage the LCD Touchscreen should not be used.

The battery disconnection switch of device should be kept in the OFF (O) position
when not in use.

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STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) Ethernet cables should be used for the device to
avoid loss of data due to distance.

There are no internal adjustments or calibration settings that may be done by the
user within the conditions of the warranty. REFER ALL SERVICING TO THE
AUTHORIZED QUALIFIED SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE!

If any PoE Power Supply other than one recommended by Capintec is used, the
safety of the unit may be compromised or Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) may
be introduced into other devices located in the same general area as the CAP-
RAD Smart Area Monitor or the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor may become
susceptible to EMI.

High voltage is present inside the Device (up to 500 Volts). Due to the presence of
this high voltage, opening the covers with the system plugged in may be
hazardous. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.

At the end of its life cycle, disposing the device may be harmful to the environment
and human health. Upon reaching the end of its life cycle, the device should be
disposed of in accordance with local and national regulations.

ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE POTENTIAL
This equipment complies fully with interference immunity requirements of the standard IEC
60601-1-2 “Medical electrical equipment: Part 1: General safety requirements; 2.
Supplementary standard: Electromagnetic compatibility”.

This equipment generates radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to nearby devices.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one of the following measures:

 Increase the separation between the equipment and the affected device.
 Plug the unit into an outlet on a circuit different from that which the affected device is

connected.

If this fails to correct the problem, please contact Capintec’s only Authorized Service Center

WARRANTY INFORMATION
The device, including all the parts, is warranted by our company against defects in material
and workmanship.

The warranty period begins at date of shipment and is valid for two (2) years.

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Maintenance, repairs and part replacements for all electrical, electronic and mechanical
failures that are outside of misuse or wrong use during the warranty period, shall be
performed at no charge.

Failures caused by not complying with the conditions listed in the User's Guide are not
covered by the warranty.

The device being subjected to abnormal physical and electrical impacts, static discharge,
lightning, fire and any other natural disasters are not covered by the warranty.

GENERAL INTRODUCTION
The “CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor” Area Radiation Monitor is a device designed for
continuously measuring, logging and reporting exposure to ionizing radiation.

The device is capable of measuring exposure to ionizing radiation within the range of 0-1 R/h
with ±10% accuracy. It has an 8" (inch) user friendly color touchscreen.

With the wall-mount option, the device is easy to track and program with its color
touchscreen and has many superior qualities. The device is designed by combining an
energy compensated GM detector, dedicated electronic circuitry and embedded hardware
and software.

The device's internal rechargeable battery prevents potential data loss in case of power
outages. The device can operate for approximately 12 hours depending on the status of the
battery. The screen would be turned off when the device is running on the battery.

The green, yellow and red LEDs on the front panel provide visual information about the
device's operational status and the exposure to ionizing radiation levels in the area.

Three relay output allowing an external alarming device connection is available at the top of
the device.

USB and Ethernet connectors for data transfer and network connection respectively are
located at the bottom of the device.

The high and low alarm levels, the exposure unit (mR/h, µSv/h), date and time settings,
option for electronic mail alerts can be set by the user.

It is possible to connect multiple area monitors over one network, monitor the current
measurement value of each area monitor and receive related reports through web browser
over a PC.

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Alarm Relay Exposure- visual
sockets indicators

7” LCD
touchscreen

Power on/off GM Counter
button
Power source,
3.3V and Low
Battery indicators

USB, Ethernet
and Power Supply

“CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor” Area Radiation Monitor General view

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INSTALLATION
 Before installing the device, please carefully read this User's Guide.
 Check and maintain the Calibration Certificate sent by the manufacturer.
 The device should be firmly fixed to a wall using the wall mounting hardware so that it

can be easily read.
 Make sure that the device is not subject to direct sunlight.
 It is required to have a properly grounded power outlet not more than 1 meter away from

the device.
 During the initial installation, please ensure that the device's battery disconnection switch

is in the OFF (O) position before attaching the power cord.

Area Monitor

Plug

CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor typical wall mounting method

DEVICE ACTIVATION
 The device can run on wall mount power supply or Power over Ethernet (POE) or the

Battery.
 Turn the battery disconnection switch found on top the device to ON position.
 Press and hold the power button found on the side of the device until 0.00 (mR/h or

µSv/h) appears on the screen and release to power-up.
 After powering-up, the device will be ready for the measurement.
 During power-up, if the instrument is running on Power Supply or Power over Ethernet or

if the battery is getting charged then the Green LED on the side of the device would blink
continuously. Once the battery is fully charged Green LED on the side of the device
would turn solid Green.

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 When both PoE and wall mount power supply are available to power up the CAP-RAD
Smart Area Monitor; If the unit is powered through PoE ensure that unit is not connected
to the wall mount power supply at the same time and if unit is powered through wall
mount power supply ensure that unit is not directly connected to PoE but only connected
to network over PoE through a device like a switch.

 If the device is running on battery the Yellow LED on the side of the device would turn to
steady Yellow.

 The Green LED on the side would be turned off in case of improper voltage is applied to
the microprocessor i.e., Green LED would be OFF when the voltage is less than 3.1 Volts
supplied to the processer otherwise Green LED would stay steady Green.

 In the case of a power outage, the device will either continue working or automatically
shut down based on the battery charge status. While working on battery the LCD Touch
Screen brightness is reduced to minimum level in order to extend the battery life. If the
battery charge is under 20% the device will automatically shut down.

 The device has a predefined 1.5 µSv/h low alarm limit and 3.5 µSv/h high alarm limit
level. Please refer to the Alarm section on page 14 to set the desired limit levels.

 When the measurements are below the Lower Alarm Threshold, the LED on the top of
device would turn steady Green.

 When the measurements are in between the set range of thresholds, the Yellow LED will
be turned ON.

 When the measurement exceeds the Higher Alarm Threshold, the Red LED will be
turned ON.

 An audible alarm of intermittent beeps is sounded when the measurements are between
Low and High Alarm Thresholds and when the measurement exceeds High Alarm
Threshold (reference the Alarm Settings section on page 14).

 An email alert through SMTP protocol could also be sent when the measurements are
between Low and High Alarm Thresholds and when the measurement exceeds High
Alarm Threshold.

 Please refer to DEVICE OPERATION section beginning on page 9 for the details of the
menus as well as for the changes on the LCD screen during operation.

DEVICE SHUTDOWN
 Press the Power Off button located on the side of the device to power off the device. The

device would turn off after saving the data.
 When the device not in use, place the Battery Disconnection switch located on top of the

device to OFF (O) position to preserve battery health.

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DEVICE OPERATION
Operation – Software Specifications

The touchscreen consists of the following sections.
 Information Bar

 Menu Bar

 Menu Screens
o Radiation Monitor Screen Tab
o Report Screen Tab
o Settings Screen Tab

Information Event Log
Bar Tab

Time Date
Menu Bar
Monitor Tab Settings
Tab
Current
Status Bar Numeric
Display

Measurement
Unit

Current
Status
Chart (Last
(60 sec.)

Main Screen and Touchscreen Buttons

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Information Bar
The Information Bar is stationary at the top edge of the Main screen. This bar informs
the Date, Time and IP Address to the user. The fields used in the Information Bar are
described below.

 Date: This field displays the current set date on the Main Screen. (Reference the
Setting the Date and Time section on page 17)

 Time: This field displays the current set time on the Main Screen. (Reference the
Setting the Date and Time section on page 17).

 IP Address: This field displays the current IP Address on the Main Screen.
(Reference the Setting up the Network section on page 28).

Information Bar
Menu Bar

This area is used to switch between the device menus.

Menu Bar

Menu Screens
Radiation Monitor Screen
This screen continuously displays the current exposure to ionizing radiation both
numerically and in bar graph forms. This is the default screen shown when the device
is powered on.

Current Status Bar: This shows the exposure value based on the two alarm levels
(low alarm threshold, high alarm threshold) defined by the user. If the measured
exposure is higher than the set high limit value, the bar scale is automatically
adjusted as per the set value (reference the Alarm section on page 14).

Current Status Chart: This shows a bar graph of the exposure to ionizing radiation in
the past one minute.

Numeric Display: This shows the latest exposure value along with the selected unit
(reference the System Setup section on page 19). The background color of the
Numeric Displays changes according to measurement. If the measurement is greater
than the High threshold, Numeric Display area will display a Red background. If the
measurement is in between the Low and High Threshold, Numeric Display Area will
display a Yellow background. If the measurement is lesser than Low threshold,
Numeric Display area will have a Green background.

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Radiation Monitor Screen

Event Log Screen
Exposure measurement data is logged in the device on the event when the exposure
to the ionizing radiation is greater than the Low Alarm Threshold and Lesser than
High Alarm Threshold or when the exposure to the ionizing radiation is greater than
High Alarm Threshold.
The Event Log Screen displays the data logged on occurrence of these events. The
data logged when Exposure measurement to the ionizing radiation greater than Low
Alarm Threshold and lesser than the High Alarm Threshold is shown in Yellow and
data logged when Exposure measurement to ionizing radiation greater than the High
Alarm Threshold is shown in Red.

The data displayed on the Event Log Screen includes the following fields,

Type: This field indicates the type of Alarm. “Low” in this field indicates that the
exposure to ionizing radiation value is greater than Low Alarm Threshold and lesser
than High Alarm Threshold. “High” in this field indicates that the exposure to ionizing
radiation value is greater than High Alarm Threshold value.

Time: This field displays the Date and Time stamp of the Alarm event.

Len: This field displays the duration of the Alarm event in seconds.

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Peak: This field displays the peak value of the exposure to ionizing radiation during
the duration of Alarm event.

Average: This field displays the average value of the exposure to the ionizing
radiation recorded during the duration of the Alarm event.

Event Log Screen

Setup Screen
The Setup Screen allows the use to perform all setup on the device. By factory
default, this screen is protected with a password.

 Touch button on the Setup Screen to access Date and Time Screen.

 Touch button on the Setup Screen to access the System Settings
Screen.

 Touch button on the Setup Screen to access the Device Information
Screen.

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 Touch button on the Setup Screen to access the Network Settings
Screen.

 Touch button on the Setup Screen to access the Alarm Settings
Screen.

 Touch button on the Setup Screen to access the Email Alert Setup
Screen.

 Touch button on the Setup Screen to access the Setup Password
Screen.

 Touch button on the Setup Screen to access the Screen Calibration
Screen.

 Touch button on the Setup Screen to access the QC Test Screen.

This button appears only if Initial Measurement for QC Test is setup in the

Smart Area Monitor (reference the QC Test Setup section on page 23).

 Touch button on the Setup Screen go back to the Radiation Monitor
Screen.

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Settings Menu

Alarm Settings

The data obtained by the device are evaluated based on two user-defined alarm
levels: High Threshold and Low Threshold alarm levels.

Setting Alarm Levels

 To setup High Threshold alarm value, touch the High Threshold edit box on
the Alarm Settings Screen. A Numeric Keypad Screen will be displayed to
enter the High Threshold value. Touch appropriate buttons on the Numeric

Keypad Screen to enter the desired value. Touch button on the

Numeric keypad to cancel and return to the Alarm Settings Screen or touch

button on the Numeric keypad to accept the value entered. The Alarm
Settings Screen appears. The value accepted will be populated on the High
Threshold edit box on the Alarm Settings Screen.
 To setup Low Threshold alarm value, touch the Low Threshold edit box on
the Alarm Settings Screen. A Numeric Keypad Screen is displayed for the
user to enter the Low Threshold value. Touch appropriate buttons on the

Numeric Keypad Screen to enter the desired value. Touch button on

the Numeric Keypad Screen to cancel and return to the Alarm Settings

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Screen or touch button on the Keypad Screen to accept the value

entered. The Alarm Settings Screen appears. The value accepted will be

populated on the Low Threshold edit box on the Alarm Settings Screen.

 The unit of exposure to ionizing radiation selected by user in the System

Settings Screen will be displayed next to the High Threshold and Low

Threshold edit boxes.

Setting Beeper Modes

 The user has the option to determine when the device should sound an
alarm.

 The user can choose anyone out of the three Beeper Modes. The device
supports following Beeper Modes,

o Off mode: Neither high level nor low level alarms are accompanied
by alarm sound.

o Beep on High Threshold Only mode: Only readings higher than
high alarm threshold are accompanied by an alarm sound.

o Beep on High or Low Threshold mode: Both readings higher than
Low Alarm Threshold or High Alarm Threshold are accompanied by
an alarm sound.

Note: The High Level alarm cannot be lower than the current Low Level
alarm or higher than 1,000 mR/h. Similarly, the Low Level alarm
cannot be zero or higher than the High Level alarm.

 The changes made in the Alarm levels gets reflected on the Current Status
Bar on the Radiation Monitor Screen.

 The device has predefined 1.5 µSv/h low alarm limit and 3.5 µSv/h high
alarm limit level when it is shipped from the factory.

Setting Relay Modes

 The CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor has three relay output allowing an
external alarming device connection.

 The user can choose anyone out of the seven Relay modes for each Relays.
The device supports the following Relay Modes.

o Off Mode: neither high level nor low level alarm turns on the Relay.
o Turn On only for High (internal or external): This mode turns on

the Relay when readings are higher than the high alarm threshold.
This is applicable to Internal or External GM detector.
o Turn On for High or Low (internal or external): This mode turns
on the Relay when readings are higher than Low Alarm Threshold or
High Alarm Threshold. This is applicable to Internal or External GM
detector attached to the device.
o Turn On only for High (internal): This mode turns on the Relay
when the readings are higher than the higher alarm threshold. This is
applicable to Internal GM detector only.

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o Turn On for High or Low (internal): This mode turns on the Relay
when the readings are higher than Low Alarm Threshold or High
Alarm Threshold. This is applicable to Internal GM detector only.

o Turn On only for High (internal or external): This mode turns on
the Relay when the readings are higher than Low Alarm Threshold or
High Alarm Threshold. This is applicable to Internal or External GM
detector.

o Turn On for High or Low (external): This mode turn on the Relay
when the readings are higher than Low Alarm Threshold or High
Alarm Threshold. This is applicable to External GM detector only.

Note: At present the external GM Counter option is not supported
by the Smart Area Monitor.

 To cancel any changes to the alarm levels, beeper modes and Relay modes

touch the button. The Setup Screen appears.

 To save the changes made on the Alarm Settings Screen, touch the
button. The new alarm levels are assigned to the system.

Alarm Settings Screen

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Setting the Date and Time

Note: The CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor has been set to the correct
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and the Time Zone has been set to Eastern
Standard/Daylight Time at factory. All data are time-stamped with UTC. If
incorrect time is displayed, please set the correct Time Zone and not just adjust
the local time. This will result in the display of correct local time, since the
correct UTC was set at the factory.
Warning: Incorrectly setting the time zone and adjusting the local time will
result in data logged with incorrect UTC.

This screen is used to set date, time and date format.
To change the current set date, time and date format of the device:

 Touch the button on the Setup Screen.

 Touch the Date Format drop down box to set desired Date format on the Set

Date/Time Screen. The following Date formats are supported by the device.
o Date in “mm/dd/yyyy” format,
o Date in “dd/mm/yyyy” format,

o Date in “yyyy/mm/dd” format.

 The desired date can be set in the Date edit box by touching the edit box to

select and then touching appropriate numeric buttons to enter the date on

the Set Date/Time Screen. The date must be of one of three date formats

supported by the device.

 The user can set the desired time in hour and minutes in the Hour and

Minute edit boxes respectively by touching appropriate numeric keys on the

Set Date/Time Screen.

 The value in the Hour edit box greater than or equal 0 and less than 24 and

value in the Minute edit box greater than or equal to 0 and less than 60 are

valid.

 Numeric keys 0-9, “/”, Back space and left and right arrows are the keys

available on the Set Date/Time screen.

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Date and Time Settings

Settings Time Zone

 Touch the Time Zone edit box on the Set Date Time Screen to access the
Time Zone Screen.

 Touch the Region drop down box in the Select Time Zone Screen to select
the desired region. The time zones corresponding to those regions will be
automatically populated in the Time Zone drop down box.

 Touch the Time Zone drop down box in the Select Time Zone Screen to
select the appropriate Time Zone.

 To cancel changing the time zone, touch the button on the Select

Time Zone Screen. The Set Date Time Screen would appear.

 Touch the button to save the time zone. After saving the Setup

Screen would appear.

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Time Zone Settings Screen

System Setup
The device handles all logs, including data and event logs, based on the mR/h or
µSv/h unit or measurement. The unit displayed on the Radiation Monitor Screen and
Alarm Settings Screen can be altered. To change the displayed measurement unit:

 Touch the button on the Settings Menu to access the System

Settings screen.

 To abort and exit the System Settings screen, touch the button on the

System Settings Screen. The Setup Screen would re-appear.

 The user can choose anyone of the 2 units of Exposure measurement (mR/h
or µSv/h) by touching on the unit drop down box on the System Settings
Screen.

 Touch the Device Name edit box to set the device name. An alphanumeric
keypad would appear to enter the desired device name. Touch appropriate

button on the alphanumeric keypad to enter the Device Name. Touch

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button to accept the value entered or touch button to cancel and return
to the System Settings Screen.

 Touch the button to save the values in the System Settings Screen. The

Setup Screen would re-appear.

 Any change in device name gets reflected on the Device Information Screen
(reference the Accessing Device Information section on page 20) and
Device Name displayed on the Header of CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor
webpage (reference the Main Screen webpage section on page 48) and
change in the units gets reflected on the Radiation Monitor, Alarm Settings
Screens.

System Settings Screen

Accessing Device Information button.
To view the device information,

From the Settings Menu, touch the

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 This screen displays the following information,
o Device Name,
o Device Serial Number,
o GM Model,
o GM High Voltage,
o IP Address,
o Board Revision ,
o GM Serial Number,
o Software Version,
o MAC Address,
o System Test, and
o Capintec, Inc. contact information.

 Click on the Setup QC Test button to access the QC Test Settings Screen.

 Click on the Clear Logs button on Device Information Screen to access the
Clear Data Log Screen.

 To exit the Information screen, touch the Back button on the top left corner of
the screen. The Setup Screen would appear.

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Device Information

Clearing Data Logs

The Exposure Measurements records, Event Logs, Statistics and logs of QC
Tests are stored on the Smart Area Monitor. These detailed logs can be
accessed through the Smart Area Monitor web interface. Latest 19 Event logs
can be viewed on Event Log Screen itself.

All these logs can be deleted from the Clear Data Log Screen.

 Click on the Clear Measurements button on the Clear Data Log Screen to
delete the Exposure Measurements Log from the device.

 Click on the Clear Events button on the Clear Data Log Screen to delete the
Event Log from the device.

 Click on the Clear Statistics button on the Clear Data Log Screen to delete
the Statistics from the device.

 Click on the Clear QC Tests button on the Clear Data Log Screen to delete
the QC Test logs from the device.

 Click on the Back button on the Clear Data Log Screen to return to the
Device Information Screen.

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Clear Data Logs Screen

QC Test Setup

The QC Test can be setup to test the reproducibility of the device over a period of
time. It is an important tool to ensure that GM detector and electronics are
functioning properly. Use a check source to perform QC on the Smart Area Monitor.
Store the check source in a safe and secure area for future QC Tests when not
being used.

- Touch the Source S/N edit box on the QC Test Settings Screen an
alphanumeric keypad will appear for the user to enter the Check Source Serial
Number. Touch the appropriate button on the alphanumeric keypad screen to

enter the Check Source Serial Number. Touch the button on the

alphanumeric keypad to accept the value entered or button to return to

the QC Test Settings Screen without any changes to the Check Source Serial

Number. The value accepted will be reflected on the Source S/N edit box on the

QC Test Settings Screen.

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- Select the nuclide that will be used for QC as Check Source from the Nuclide

drop down box on the QC Test Settings screen. The following Nuclides are

available for user selection,
o Cs137,
o Co57,
o Co60,
o Ba133,
o Na22

- Select the acceptable QC threshold from the Test threshold drop down box on

the QC Test Settings Screen. The QC threshold can be set to 15%, 20%, 25%,

30%, 40% or 50%.

- Touch the Initial Measurement edit box on the QC Test Settings Screen to

obtain the initial exposure reading of the check source for the QC Test.
o Hold the source near the GM detector marking on the Smart Area Monitor

and touch the Continue button on the QC Test Settings Screen to proceed

with the initial measurement while continuing to hold the GM detector near

the GM detector marking.

QC Test Settings touch to Continue Screen
o Continue to hold the check source against GM detector until initial reading is

obtained. This will take approximately 12 seconds to complete.

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o Once the initial measurement is obtained, it is populated in the Initial
Measurement edit box on the QC Test Settings Screen. Initial QC reading
includes the exposure rate, unit of exposure with date and time stamp of the
initial measurement.

QC Test Settings Screen with Initial Measurement
o Touch the Save button on the QC Test Settings Screen to save the QC Test

Initial exposure reading or touch Cancel button on the QC Test Settings
screen to return to the Device Information Screen without any changes.
o After obtaining the initial exposure reading from the check source, the QC
Test button appears on the Setup Screen.

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Setup Screen with QC Test button

o In order to disable QC Test, enter Source Serial Number as “CLEAR” in the
Source S/N edit box and select “Disabled” in the Nuclide drop down box on
the QC Test Settings Screen. Touch Save button to accept the values in the
QC Test Settings Screen or touch cancel to return to the Device Information
Screen without any changes.

QC Test Procedure
The QC Test is performed regularly to ensure proper functioning of GM Detector and
the electronics. QC Test can be performed only after QC Test Setup with a check
source. QC procedure is as follows,

o Touch on the QC Test button on the Setup Screen to access the QC Test
Screen.

o The check source and check source serial number are displayed on the QC
Test Screen.

o Hold the check source against the GM detector marking on the Smart Area
Monitor and touch the Start Test button on the QC Test Screen for the QC
Test to begin.

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QC Test Start Test Screen

o Continue to hold the check source against GM detector marking on the
Smart Area Monitor until exposure reading is obtained. This takes
approximately 12 seconds to finish.

o Upon completion of QC Test following are displayed on the QC Test Screen,
 Date and time QC Test was performed,
 Expected exposure reading,
 Measured exposure reading,
 Deviation in percentage of measured exposure reading with
respect to the expected exposure reading along with end result
(Passed or failed). The QC test is declared “Passed” if the
percentage deviation falls within the QC Test threshold set during
the QC Test Setup or else it is declared “Failed”,
 Check source selected and the check source serial number are
also displayed on the QC Test Screen.
 Touch the Retry Test button to perform QC Test again.
 Touch the save button to record the QC Test.
 Touch Cancel to return to the Setup Screen without any changes.

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QC Test Completion Screen

Note: Capintec recommends QC Test to be performed at least once a year.

Setting up the Network
This screen is used to setup Network parameters to access the device from web
browser if the device is connected to local area network. This screen is also used to
setup SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) parameters to facilitate Electronic Mail
Alerts. To Setup Network parameters:

 From the Setup Screen, touch the button to access the Network
Settings Screen.

 The Network Settings Screen includes the following fields,

o IP Address,

o Subnet Mask,

o Default Gateway,

o Primary DNS Server,

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o Secondary DNS Server,

o NetBIOS Name,

o Drop down box indicating selection of either Static or DHCP IP Address by
the user,

o SMTP Address,

o SMTP Port,

o SMTP Login, and

o SMTP Password.

 Touch IP Access button on the Network Settings Screen to access the IP
Access Screen (reference Controlling IP Access section on page 32).

 Touch Static IP Address from the drop down box to manually set Static IP
Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS and Secondary DNS
manually or touch DHCP IP Address on the drop down box to obtain DHCP
Server assigned IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS
and Secondary DNS.

 By selecting the DHCP IP Address from the drop down box on the Network
Settings Screen, IP Address, would be automatically assigned by the DHCP
Server. The Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS Server,
Secondary DNS Server and NetBIOS Name would be populated on the
Network Settings Screen.

 The IP Address can also be viewed on the Device Information Screen and
on the Information Bar on the Main Screen.

 On touching IP Address edit box, Numeric Keypad Screen would appear.
Touch appropriate buttons to enter the desired value. To abort and return to

the Network Settings Screen touch button on the Numeric Keypad

Screen. To accept the value, touch the button on the Numeric Keypad

Screen. The Network Settings Screen appears with IP Address edit box
populated with the new value. The valid IP Address is in the format “X.X.X.X”

where the value of X is greater than or equal to 0 and lesser than or equal to

255.

 On touching Subnet Mask edit box, Numeric Keypad Screen would appear.
Touch appropriate buttons to enter the desired value. To abort and return to

the Network Settings Screen touch button on the Numeric Keypad

Screen. Touch button on the Numeric Keypad Screen to accept the

value entered. The Network Settings Screen appears with Subnet Mask edit

box populated with the new value. The valid Subnet Mask is in the format
“X.X.X.X” where the value of X is greater than or equal to 0 and lesser than

or equal to 255.

 On touching Gateway edit box, Numeric screen would appear. Touch
appropriate buttons to enter the desired value on the Numeric Keypad

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Screen. To abort and return to the Network Settings Screen touch

button on the Numeric Keypad Screen. Touch button to accept the

value entered on the Numeric Keypad Screen. The Network Settings Screen

appears with Gateway edit box populated with the new value. The valid
Gateway is in the format “X.X.X.X” where the value of X is greater than or

equal to 0 and lesser than or equal to 255.

 On touching Primary DNS edit box, Numeric screen would appear. Touch
appropriate buttons to enter the desired value on the Numeric Keypad

Screen. To abort and return to the Network Settings Screen touch

button on the Numeric Keypad Screen. Touch button to save the value

entered on Numeric Keypad Screen. The Network Settings Screen appears

with Primary DNS edit box populated with the new value. The valid Primary
DNS is in the format “X.X.X.X” where the value of X is greater than or equal

to 0 and lesser than or equal to 255.

 On touching Secondary DNS edit box, Numeric screen would appear. Touch
appropriate buttons to enter the desired value on the Numeric Keypad

Screen. To abort and return to the Network Settings Screen touch

button on the Numeric Keypad Screen. Touch button to accept the

value entered. The Network Settings Screen appears with Secondary DNS

edit box populated with the new value. The valid Secondary DNS is in the
format “X.X.X.X” where the value of X is greater than or equal to 0 and

lesser than or equal to 255.

 The NetBIOS Name can be used to access the CAP-RAD Smart Area
Monitor through browser without having to know the Set IP address. The
default NetBIOS Name is “SmartArea”. The NetBIOS name can be changed.

Valid NetBIOS Name characters are A-Z, a-z, 0-9, dash and underscore.

The NetBIOS Name is limited to 15 characters.

 On touching NetBIOS edit box, Alphanumeric Keypad Screen would appear.
Touch appropriate buttons to enter the desired value on the Alphanumeric
Keypad Screen. To abort and return to the Network Settings Screen touch

button on the Alphanumeric Keypad Screen. Touch button to

accept the value entered. The Network Settings Screen appears with

NetBIOS edit box populated with the new value.

 The user will be able to setup the SMTP Servers Address, SMTP Port
Number, SMTP Login and SMTP Password for the Electronic Email Alert in
the Network Settings Screen.

 Touch the SMTP Address edit box on the Network Settings Screen to set
desired SMTP Server Address. On touching the edit box Alphanumeric
Keypad Screen would appear. The user can enter the desired SMTP Server
Address by touching appropriate buttons on the Alphanumeric Keypad

Screen. Touch the to abort and return to the Network Settings

Screen or touch button to accept the value entered. The Network

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Settings Screen appears with the new SMTP Server Address. The SMTP
Address is limited to 30 characters.

 Touch the SMTP Port Number edit box on the Network Settings Screen to
enter desired SMTP Port Number. On touching the edit box Numeric Keypad
Screen appears. Enter the desired SMTP Port Number by touching the
appropriate buttons on the Numeric Keypad Screen. To abort and return to

the Network Settings Screen touch the button on the Numeric

Keypad Screen or touch button to accept the value entered. The

Network Settings Screen appears with the new SMTP Port Number. Valid
characters allowed are “0-9”.

 Touch the SMTP Login edit box on the Network Settings Screen to set the
desired SMTP Login. On touching the SMTP Login edit box Alphanumeric
Numeric Keypad screen appears. Enter the SMTP Login information by
touching appropriate buttons on the Alphanumeric Keypad Screen. Touch

the button to abort and return to the Network Settings Screen or

touch button to accept the value. The Network Settings Screen

appears populated with the user entered Login data in the SMTP Login edit

box. The SMTP login is limited to 30 characters.

 Touch the SMTP Password edit box on the Network Settings Screen to enter
the valid SMTP Password for the login. On touching the SMTP Password
Alphanumeric Keypad Screen appears. Enter the desired SMTP Password
by touching appropriate buttons on the Alphanumeric Keypad Screen. Touch

the button to abort and return to Network Settings Screen or touch

button to accept the value entered. The Network Settings Screen
appears populated with the user entered password on the SMTP Password
edit box. The password will be concealed for security reasons.

 To cancel and return to the Setup Screen, touch the button on the
Network Settings Screen.

 To save the values entered by touch the button on the Network

Settings Screen. The Setup Screen would re-appear.

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Network Settings Screen

Controlling IP Access

 The CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor provides access control by client (Web
Browser) IP Address. The user shall be able to access the IP Access Screen
from the Network Settings Screen by touching the IP Access button.

 The Setup IP Access screen has ten positions to define ALLOW IP ranges
and ten positions to define DENY IP ranges.

 The user can activate IP range by:

o Enabling the checkbox on the left,

o Entering the desired IP address and the Mask and

o Optionally entering a description.

Example: IP: 192.168.2.0 and Mask: 255.255.255.0 defines IP Ranges
192.168.2.0 – 192.168.2.255

Example: IP: 192.168.2.13 and Mask 255.255.255.255 defines one IP
Address 192.168.2.13

Allow, Deny:

The Allow, Deny radio button allows the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor to
evaluate the ALLOW IP ranges first and then the DENY IP ranges. Hence,

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the DENY IP ranges should be part in the set of ALLOW IP ranges,
otherwise it was already denied

Deny, Allow:

The Deny, Allow radio button allows the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor to
evaluate the DENY IP ranges first and then the ALLOW IP ranges. Hence,
the ALLOW IP ranges should be in the set of DENY IP ranges, otherwise it
was already allowed.

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Deny IP Access Screen

Setting up the Email Alert
This screen is used to setup the Electronic Mail Alert. Email Alerts could be sent from
the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor based on the Exposure measured with respect to
the set Alarm Threshold levels if connected to a network

To setup Electronic Mail Alert:

 From the Setup Screen, touch the button to access the Email IP
Access Screen.

 To cancel and return to Setup Screen by touch button on the Email
Alert Setup Screen.

 The following fields are displayed to the user on the Email Alert Setup
Screen,

o Alert Enable Checkbox,

o Sender information,

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o Email subject,

o Email message,

o Alert Conditions checkboxes,
o Receivers’ Email address

 Touch the “From” edit box to enter Sender information on the Email Alert
Setup Screen. An Alphanumeric Screen would be displayed to enter the
Sender information by using appropriate buttons. To cancel and return to the

Email Alert Setup Screen touch button on the Alphanumeric Screen.

To accept the values entered touch the button on the Alphanumeric

Screen. The Email Alert Setup Screen appears with value entered populated

on the Sender edit box. The number of characters is limited to 30.

 Touching the Subject edit box on the Email Alert Setup Screen to enter
Email subject. An Alphanumeric Screen would be displayed to enter the
Email subject by using appropriate buttons. To cancel and return to the

Email Alert Setup Screen touch button on the Alphanumeric Screen.

To accept the value entered touch button on the Alphanumeric

Screen. The value accepted is populated on the Subject edit box on the

Email Alert Setup Screen. The number of character is limited to 30.

 Touch the Message edit box on the Email Alert Setup Screen to enter Email
message. An Alphanumeric Screen would be displayed to enter the Email
message by using appropriate buttons on the Alphanumeric Screen. To

cancel and return to the Email Alert Setup Screen touch button on

the Alphanumeric Screen. To accept the values entered touch the
button on the Alphanumeric Screen. The Email Alert setup Screen appears.
The value accepted is populated on the Message edit box on the Email Alert
Setup Screen. The number of character is limited to 160.

 The user will be able to determine when they would like to receive the Email
alert. An Email Alert could be sent when the measurement is between the
Lower Alarm Threshold and Higher Alarm Threshold. This is achieved by
checking the Low Threshold checkbox in the Alarm Condition frame. An
Email Alert could be sent when the Exposure measurement is greater than
the Higher Alarm Threshold. This is achieved by checking the High
Threshold checkbox in the Alarm Condition frame. An alert would be sent
when the measurement drops below Lower Alarm Threshold.

 The user will be able to add Receiver email address to “To” list box or delete
receiver email address from list box. The number of receivers’ addresses is

limited to 5.

 To add email address touch the Add Email button on the Email Alert Setup
Screen. An Alphanumeric screen appears to enter the desired email address
using appropriate buttons. To cancel and return to the Email Alert Setup

screen touch button on the alphanumeric Screen. To accept the

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values entered touch the button on the alphanumeric Screen. The

Email Setup Screen appears and the accepted value is populated on the
“To” list box. The valid number of characters is 100 and number of
Receivers’ addresses is limited to 5.

 In order to delete the Receiver address, touch the email address to delete in
the “To” list box to select and then touch the Delete Email button to perform

deletion.

 Touch TEST ALERT button to check whether SMTP parameters and
parameters entered on the Email Alert Setup Screen are valid. A test email
would be sent based on the SMTP parameters entered in the Network
Settings Screen and the parameters entered in the Email Alert Setup
Screen. Make sure to save the Email Alert Setup Screen after a successful
test.

 Touch button on the Email Alert Setup screen to save the Email Alert

Setup. The Setup Screen would appear.

Email Setup Screen

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Setting up password

In this screen the user will be able to change the current password or the factory set
password of the device. The default factory set password is “12345”.

From the Settings Screen touch Setup Password button to access the Setup
Password Screen.

 Touch the button on the Setup Password Screen to return to Settings

Screen without saving any changes.

 The Current Password must be entered first by touching the Current
Password edit box. A Numeric Keypad Screen would appear to enter the

current password using appropriate buttons. Touch button on the

Numeric Keypad Screen to cancel and return to the Setup Password Screen.

Touch button on the Numeric Keypad Screen to accept the value on

the Numeric Keypad Screen. The Setup Password Screen would appear

populated with value on the Current Password edit box. The password in the

Current Password edit box would be concealed for security reasons.

 Touch the New Password edit box to enter the new password on the Setup
Password Screen. A Numeric Keypad Screen would appear to enter the new

password by using the appropriate buttons. Touch the button on the

Numeric Keypad Screen to cancel and return to the Setup Password Screen.

Touch the button to accept the value on the Numeric Keypad Screen.

The Setup Password Screen would appear populated with the accepted

value in the New Password edit box. The password in the New Password

edit box would be concealed for security reasons.

 The new password must be entered again in the Verify Password edit box.
Touch the Verify Password edit box on the Setup Password Screen. A
Numeric Keypad Screen would appear to enter the new password again by

using the appropriate keys. Touch the button on the Numeric Keypad

Screen to cancel and return to the Setup Password Screen. Touch the
button on the Numeric Keypad Screen to accept the entered value. The
Setup Password Screen would appear with the accepted value. The
password in the Verify Password edit box would be concealed for security
reasons.

 Touch the button on the Setup Password Screen to accept the

password change. In case of any error an appropriate error message would

be displayed on the screen or else new password would be saved in the

device and Setup Screen would re-appear.

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Setup Password Screen

Numeric Keypad Screen
 The Numeric Keypad is used in many screens to facilitate inputting numeric
values in the screens.
 The Cancel button on the Numeric Keypad Screen is used to return to the
previous screen without any changes.
 The Save button is used save the values entered in the Numeric Keypad
Screen. The value saved will be reflected on the screen which called the
Numeric Keypad screen.
 The Numeric Keypad screen has numeric buttons from 0 to 9, ‘.’ button,
Backspace button, Clear button to input values in the Numeric Keypad edit
box.
 The numeric value corresponding to the numeric button touched on the
Numeric Display screen are displayed on the Numeric Value edit box on the
Numeric Keypad screen.

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Numeric Keypad
Alphanumeric Keypad screen

 The Alphanumeric Screen is used in many screens to facilitate inputting
alphanumeric values in several screens.

 The Cancel button on the Alphanumeric Keypad Screen is used to return to
the previous screen without any changes.

 The Accept button is used to save the values entered in the edit box on the
Alphanumeric Keypad Screen. The value saved will be reflected on the
screen which called the Alphanumeric Keypad screen.

 The Alphanumeric Keypad screen has buttons for alphabets ‘A’-‘Z’ / ‘a’ – ‘z’,
buttons for numbers 0-9, Backspace button, ‘\’ button, ‘-‘ button, ‘+’ button,
Space button, ‘/’ button, ‘*’ button , ‘,’ button , ‘.’ button , ‘@’ button, Shift
button and Lock button.

 The value corresponding to the button touched on the Alphanumeric Keypad
screen is displayed on the edit box on the Alphanumeric Display Screen.

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Alphanumeric Keypad Screen

Calibrating the Touchscreen

This screen is used to calibrate the LCD touch screen. The touch screen is calibrated
at the factory. However, over time, the calibration of the touch screen may drift
slightly. In order to use the touch screen correctly, it needs to be calibrated properly.
Without right calibration, the touches will be off center and may inadvertently select
the wrong button. To perform calibration:

 From the Settings Screen touch button to access the CAP-RAD

Smart Area Monitor built-in screen calibration utility.

 Touchscreen Calibration Screen will appear displaying a target in the upper
left corner. Touch anywhere on the screen to continue with touchscreen
calibration. A target will appear in the upper left corner of the screen. Touch
the center of the target. After the target is touched it will disappear and
another target will appear in the lower right corner of the screen. Touch the
center of this target. After this target is touched it will disappear. A message
will be displayed indicating calibration is successful and asking user to shut
down and restart the unit. Power down the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor
and power it up to finish the screen calibration.

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Screen Calibration Screen (Touch to Continue)

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Screen Calibration (Touch Upper left position)

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Screen Calibration (Touch Lower Right position)

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Screen Calibration (Calibration successful message)

Monitor Exposure over Web browser

 As shipped from factory, CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor is set to use a
DHCP IP address. The default NetBIOS Name (Hostname) is “SmartArea”.
CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor can be connected to a local network in the 2
configurations (Configuration 1 or 2). Either IP address or NetBIOS Name
can be entered into address bar of the web browser of Computer attached to
your network.
o Configuration 1: CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor Powered Through
PoE – In this configuration, the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor is
connected to a PoE powered local network or PoE injector module using
the Ethernet cable. The unit should not be powered through external wall
mount power supply when operating in this configuration.
o Configuration 2: CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor Powered through
External Wall Mount Power Supply– In this configuration, the CAP-
RAD Smart Area Monitor is powered through external wall mount power
supply and connected to non-powered local network connection using
the Ethernet cable.

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– Configuration 1 – CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor Powered Through PoE

o Configuration 1 Assembly and Setup

 If the local network is PoE powered, attach the Ethernet cable to
the RJ45 connector of the Ethernet interface on the CAP-RAD
Smart Area Monitor to the powered local network connection port.

 If the local network is not PoE powered, use an Ethernet cable to
connect the “Power Out” RJ45 connector of the Power over
Ethernet (PoE) Module to the RJ45 connector of the Ethernet
interface of the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor. Use another
Ethernet cable to connect the “Data In” RJ45 connector of the PoE
Module to the non-powered local network connection port.

o Configuration 1 Turn-on Procedure

 If connected to PoE module, verify that the PoE Module is
connected to the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor and the non-
powered local network port and the PoE module is connected to
the AC line. Note that the “Port On” indicator light will be green if
the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor is connected and functional.

 On a computer attached to your network open Internet Explorer
(version 9 or higher).

 Enter the IP address displayed on the CAP-RAD Area Monitor or
NetBIOS Name (Hostname) in the browser’s address bar and
press Enter.

 After few seconds the webpage with the current Exposure value
will be displayed.

– Configuration 2 – CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor Powered through External
Wall Mount Power Supply

o Configuration 2 Assembly and Setup

 Use an Ethernet Cable to connect the RJ45 connector of the
Ethernet interface of the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor to the non-
powered local network connection port.

o Configuration 2 Turn-on Procedure

 Verify that CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor (powered through
external power supply) and the non-powered local network port are
connected through Ethernet cable.

 On a computer attached to your network open Internet Explorer
(version 9 or higher).

 Enter the IP address displayed on the CAP-RAD Area Monitor or
default NetBIOS Name (Hostname) in the browser’s address bar
and press Enter.

 After few seconds the webpage with the current Exposure value
will be displayed.

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 Access to the Smart Area Monitor device through the web browser is
password protected. The Username “root” and a password used for screen

login should be used to access the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor. The Main

Screen webpage would be displayed if the authentication returns successful.

However the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor can be accessed as a guest
with username “guest” and no password but in this case CAP-RAD Smart

Area Monitor Setup feature will not be available.

Authentication Prompt

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Login using username ‘root’ and password

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Login using username “guest” and no password

Main Screen Webpage
Main Screen Webpage continuously displays the current exposure to ionizing
radiation both numerically and in bar graph forms. This is the default web page (home
page) that loads when logged on using IP address or the NetBIOS name displayed
on the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor. Main Screen webpage mirrors the Radiation
Monitor Screen on the CAP-RAD Smart Area Monitor.

Current Status Bar: This shows the exposure value based on the two alarm levels
(low alarm, high alarm) defined by the user. If the measured exposure is higher than
the set high limit value, the bar scale is automatically adjusted as per the set value.

Current Status Chart: This shows a bar graph of the exposure to ionizing radiation in
the past one minute.

Numeric Display: This shows the latest exposure value along with the selected unit.
The background color of the Numeric Displays changes according to measurement. If
the measurement is greater than the High threshold, Numeric Display area will
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Threshold, Numeric Display Area will display a Yellow background. If the
measurement is lesser than Low threshold, Numeric Display area will have a Green
background.

 Click on the Settings button on the Main Screen webpage to access the
Settings webpage.

 Click on the Reports button on the Main Screen webpage to access the
Reports webpage.

 The webpage header displays the following information:

o Device Name,

o Device Serial Number, and

o Software Revision Number

Main Screen webpage

Settings Webpage
The Settings webpage allows the user to perform all setup on the device.

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 Click on the System Settings button on the Settings webpage to access the
System Settings webpage

 Click on the Network Settings button on the Settings webpage to access
the Network Settings webpage.

 Click on the Message Settings button on the Settings webpage to access
the Message Settings webpage .

 Click on the Alarm Settings button on the Settings webpage to access the
Alarm Settings webpage.

 Click on the Clock Settings button on the Settings webpage to access the
Clock Settings webpage.

 Click on the Date Time Settings button on the Settings webpage to access
the Date Time Settings webpage.

 Click on the Change Admin Password button on the Settings webpage to
access the Change Admin Password webpage.

 To go back to the Home page click on the Back button on the Settings
webpage.

Settings webpage

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