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RadiationNetwork.com 5-60 CPM is normal BG radiation, 100 CPM is an abnormal alert level.
CEMP (Community Environmental Monitoring Program) has stations in California, Nevada and Utah. Measurements are in μR/hr (micro-Rads per hour).
Divide by 100 to get μS/hr (micro-Sieverts per hour).
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|Santa Monica (West LA), California |
EnviroReport Ustream channel
Inspector CPM (Counts per minute)
Multiply CPM by .0025 to get μSv/h. Per site owner, 40-46 CPM is normal. Twice this is of concern.
|San Francisco, CA (Bay Area) botsmaker Ustream channel Click here owner's site. Divide right hand axis by 100 to get the μSv/h. This is based on 1 Sv = 100 rem and 1 Roentgen (owner's scale) = 1 Rad = 1 rem.||Redlands, California |
geigercounter Ustream channel
CD V-700 in CPM (counts per minute) and mR/hr (milli-Rads per hour)
Multiply mR/hr by 10 to get μSv/h (micro-Sieverts per hour)
|Las Vegas, NV|
Pilgrim4life Ustream channel
Multiple owner scale mR/h (milli-Rads/hour) by 10 to get μSv/h
This is based on 1 Sv = 100 rem and 1 Roentgen (owner's scale) = 1 Rad = 1 rem.
|Driggs, Idaho |
CerebralProgrammer Ustream channel
Ludlum Model 177 ratemeter with a victoreen 490-31 detector scale CPM
Please leave comment if you know how to convert this CPM to μSv/h.