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 The Arduino ethernet shield on the Arduino Mega, connected to the router via ethernet cable. ​ The Mega was powered directly from the 8.5 volt NIMH battery. The Arduino ethernet shield on the Arduino Mega, connected to the router via ethernet cable. ​ The Mega was powered directly from the 8.5 volt NIMH battery.
  
-The geiger counter kit was powered from the Arduino Mega's 5v power supply. A wire connects the geiger counter'​s tx pin to the Mega's rx1 pin.  Now a universal television remote was programed to the Sony code and used to change the serial communication period to 2-5 seconds. Also geiger bot mode was activated. This way the geiger counter only sends the counts per minute data (CPM) over serial and the data is easier and faster to parse. ​  ​Further instructions on using the TV remote can be found [https://​sites.google.com/​site/​diygeigercounter/​software-features here]+The geiger counter kit was powered from the Arduino Mega's 5v power supply. A wire connects the geiger counter'​s tx pin to the Mega's rx1 pin.  Now a universal television remote was programed to the Sony code and used to change the serial communication period to 2-5 seconds. Also geiger bot mode was activated. This way the geiger counter only sends the counts per minute data (CPM) over serial and the data is easier and faster to parse. ​  ​Further instructions on using the TV remote can be found [[https://​sites.google.com/​site/​diygeigercounter/​software-features|here]]
  
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