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Contador Geiger Arduino de código abierto

Jose Andrade, @jandrade
April 18, 2011
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Con los problemas que está ocasionando actualmente la planta nuclear de Fukushima, no es de extrañar el súbito interés del público en los contadores Geiger. El Radiation Sensor Board es un dispositivo fabricado por la compañía Libelium, que lleva en su interior un chip Arduino. El uso de esa plataforma permite que casi cualquier persona pueda medir niveles de radiación a su alrededor por un precio muy económico. El contador con el tubo Geiger puede ser adquirido por 95 euros, o sin el tubo por 65 euros. No te pierdas el video después del salto para verlo en funcionamiento.





[Vía Hack A Day]



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