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Old 03-26-2017, 05:23 PM #17
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So a little update on the scaler project. I am in the final stages of assembling a counting program to simply display the output on a Mac. This program is using C++ assembly language to use the incoming data from the Yocto-PMW-Rx and modify its reporting behaviour.

Hz = CPS , edge count is divided by 2 to give raw Counts.

All this program is designed to to is display at the moment, no graphing or logging. Xcode has made this assembly process difficult as I can assemble it but cannot get the program to be freestanding nor display the incoming data.

The dependencies are listed on the top part of the C++ code.


If anyone has a background in C++ / programming would like to offer their recommendations I'm all ears. Eventually I'd like to be able to log and graph the output, maybe even be able to convert the CPS/ Counts to a metered dose. The raw counts could also be on a timer.




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#include "yocto_api.h"
#include "yocto_pwminput.h"
#include <iostream>
#include <stdlib.h>

using namespace std;

static void usage(void)
{
cout << "usage: demo <serial_number> " << endl;
cout << " demo <logical_name>" << endl;
cout << " demo any (use any discovered device)" << endl;
u64 now = yGetTickCount();
while (yGetTickCount() - now < 3000) {
// wait 3 sec to show the message
}
exit(1);
}

int main(int argc, const char * argv[])
{
string errmsg;
string target;
YPwmInput *pwm;
YPwmInput *pwm1;
YPwmInput *pwm2;
YModule *m;

if (argc < 2) {
usage();
}
target = (string) argv[1];

YAPI:isableExceptions();

// Setup the API to use local USB devices
if (YAPI::RegisterHub("usb", errmsg) != YAPI_SUCCESS) {
cerr << "RegisterHub error: " << errmsg << endl;
return 1;
}

if (target == "any") {
// retreive any pwm input available
pwm = YPwmInput::FirstPwmInput();
if (pwm == NULL) {
cerr << "No module connected (Check cable)" << endl;
exit(1);
}
} else {
// retreive the first pwm input from the device given on command line
pwm = YPwmInput::FindPwmInput(target + ".pwmInput1");
}

// we need to retreive both channels from the device.
if (pwm->isOnline()) {
m = pwm->get_module();
pwm1 = YPwmInput::FindPwmInput(m->get_serialNumber() + ".pwmInput1");
pwm2 = YPwmInput::FindPwmInput(m->get_serialNumber() + ".pwmInput2");
} else {
cerr << "No module connected (Check cable)" << endl;
exit(1);
}
while (pwm1->isOnline()) {
cout << "PWM1 : " << pwm1->get_frequency() << " CPS " << pwm1->get_dutyCycle()
<< " % " << pwm1->get_pulseCounter()/2 << "Counts " << endl;
cout << "PWM2 : " << pwm2->get_frequency() << " CPS " << pwm2->get_dutyCycle()
<< " % " << pwm2->get_pulseCounter()/2 << " Counts " << endl;

cout << " (press Ctrl-C to exit)" << endl;
YAPI::Sleep(1000, errmsg);
}
cout << "Module disconnected" << endl;
yFreeAPI();
return 0;
}


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A little update on this project, I have been very busy the last few months teaching at one of our local colleges here in Victoria and put the project on hold for awhile.

I am still working on the PIC ratemeter, but I decided to contact RH electronics out of Israel as Alexey B. has the exact ratemeter I am looking for which is based on a PIC18F. It is capable of counting up to 65.6 KCPS /3.6MCPM (which is overkill for a ratemeter even with the super fast pulses from organic scintillation detector mediums. )

Once I get the ratemeter working on my bicron surveyor M I will post a video showcasing the setup.

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Alright, well I have some success finally with the project. Pictures
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So, I recently obtained a count rate meter from RH electronics. This device uses a newer pic18F variant and a pulse inverter to enable high-speed count rate acquisition from a combination of plastic scintillation probes - NaI/Tl probes. This rate meter is capable of counting 3.3v TTL logic pulses at 65.5KCPS. More than enough speed to see pulses from any survey meter.
The rate-meter also can send information in 2 ways via its built-in UART serial chip. It can report in short single number every second or it can report every minute with a CPM /CPS and average value over a variable serial baud rate. I've got mine on 9600 baud which is standard.
The rate meter also has a built-in battery charger which keeps the 2 cell micro-lipo cell charged.

RH electronics rate-meter can also power a high voltage from a built-in 5V output. I am using this count rate meter to extend my Bicron Surveyor M.
I am pulling CMOS logic pulses from the MC14538 (sig from pin 9) on the bicron's metering circuit. The pulses are fed into the signal input on the rate-meter.
Ground goes to the meter ground rail.

I turned on the meter and allowed the background to be measured for about 15 minutes using a simple pancake gm tube. (LND7311). The background was 32-45CPM.... averaging around ~38.6CPM over 4 minutes.
(0.0112mR/hr or 0.112uSv/hr)

I then tested the calibrated Ra226 source. Normally this source tests around 13800CPM. sure enough, over a few minutes sampling, I ended up with nearly the exact number after the conversion factor.

After this, I decided to try to measure a super hot ion chamber source.
A 180uCi (6.6MBq) Am241 oxide plated strip. The count rate on this is amazingly high as it is nearly a pure Alpha emitter. It also emits low energy gamma photons from the formation of Np237 @ 59.5KeV.

After 1 minute of sampling, the rate meter gave a reading of around 500KCPM, which is near the tubes saturation limits. On my 1.15" NaI/Tl scintillation detector nearly 800KCPM was measured.


1st Radium source.. look at the meter needle, and then look at the rate-meter display. (accuracy)



Now have a look at the Am241 source... I have saturated the GM tube here. ... on a NaI/Tl probe +600KPM are obtainable from this same source.
















Here's my nice little toasty 180uCi of Am241 in a borosilicate glass vial.
The source is a AmO2 plated Gold foil strip.




"Calibrated" Ra226 source ~3.75mR/hr eq. Closer to 4mR/hr using an LND7311.
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Well, though it looks good I've run into a little issue... well, it's not little.

The MC14538B outputs an inverted 5V CMOS signal from pin 9...
the count rate meter requires a 3.3V TTL level signal to function properly.
This does 2 things to the rate meter, one it counts the off state of the output rather than the pulses, two, it causes an overload situation to the input buffer.

So, long and short... I need a CMOS to TTL converter as well as converting the voltage to 3.3v.

hmmm....... 4050 or 4049 might be in order.

Edit:

Going to invert the pulses with a MC4093 then use a logic level shifter to drop the signal to 3.3V. this should work better.
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Today I brought my CD4093B to my home and set up a simple inverter circuit.



The power supply is coming from an arduino uno (5V)
-the ECIO28P on the board is not being used(ignore it)



This is showing the survey meter displaying around 13,00CPM.
The rate-meter with the inverted input shows only 8600CPM at this point.


This is done by tieing 2 of the input pins together of any of the 4 Schmitt-trigger circuits. This locks the pins together so that when the signal in is low the output is in a 1 (on) state. When the signal goes to a 1 state the output is 0.

This is characteristic of NAND or (Negative AND) functionality.

However, this worked alright, but the voltage of the output was far lower than I wanted. This affected the count-rate of the rate-meter by RH Electronics. Many of the pulses were missed as they fell well below the input threshold of 3.3V.
At 5V input to the CD4093 the output was only about 0.9v.. Trying a supply upwards of 12V lead me to an almost acceptable ~2.7v ... still too low.





I suspect that there must be an easier way of dealing with this issue.
The original setup which was just directly connecting the survey meter to the signal input resulting in a far better result, though the input level was too high. Next, I will try a simple voltage divider and see what happens.
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