Manual

«DO-RA» Application for iPhone User Manual

INSTALLING THE APPLICATION

Installing application on a smartphone is possible through the Apple AppStore:
http://itunes.apple.com/ru/app/do-ra/id475821940
You can also use the QR-code, pictured below (see picture 1), to enter the "DO-RA" application page in the Apple AppStore.

Picture 1 — «DO-RA» application QR-code 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RUNNING THE APPLICATION

To run the application, connect the «DO-RA» device to the phone by inserting the plug into the audio-jack of your iPhone (as it is shown on picture 2) and then touch the corresponding icon in the menu of your phone (see picture 3).

Picture 2 — Connection of the “DO-RA” device to the iPhone4/iPhone4s

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On the picture 2:
1. «Do-Ra» device;
2. A plug for connecting the device to the audio jack of the phone;
3. The audio-jack of the phone.

Picture 3 — «DO-RA» application icon (1) on the iPhone screen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DOSIMETRY SCREEN

This screen consists of three modes, switching between them is produced by the horizontal finger movement.

DOSIMETRY MODE

This mode is designed to display the total accumulated dose for all time measurements (see picture 4):

1. The application mode indicator: 
DO-RA — the «DO-RA» device is connected and provides measurement information;
Emulator — the «DO-RA» device is not connected, application emulates the devices operation.
2. The radiation hazard color indicator:
Green – normal radiation dose;
Yellow – threshold radiation dose;
Red – intolerable radiation dose.

3. «Dosimetry» screen mode name (in this case – «Dosimetry»).
4. A period of time, during which, the dosage measurements were performed.
5. The amount of accumulated dose in μSv.
6. Buttons to switch between screens.

Picture 4 — «Dosimetry» mode of «Dosimetry» screen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEASUREMENT MODE

This mode is designed to display the accumulated dose over certain period of time, for example during an airplane flight (see picture 5):

On the picture 5:

1. The application mode indicator:
DO-RA – the «DO-RA» device is connected and provides measurement information;
Emulator – the «DO-RA» device is not connected, application emulates the devices operation.
2. The radiation hazard color indicator:
Green – normal radiation dose;
Yellow – threshold radiation dose;
Red – intolerable radiation dose.
3. «Dosimetry» screen mode name (in this case – «Measurement»).
4. Start/stop button for the measurement of the accumulated dose.
5. A time of a dose measurement.
6. Restart button for the measurement of the accumulated dose.
7. The amount of accumulated dose in μSv.
8. Buttons to switch between screens.

Picture 5 — «Measurement» mode of «Dosimetry» screen


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEASUREMENT CHART MODE

This mode is designed to display the results of the radiation dose measuring in a time graph (se picture 6).

On the picture 6:
1. The application mode indicator:
DO-RA – the «DO-RA» device is connected and provides measurement information;
Emulator – the «DO-RA» device is not connected, application emulates the devices operation.
2. The radiation hazard color indicator: 
Green – normal radiation dose;
Yellow – threshold radiation dose;
Red – intolerable radiation dose.
3. «Dosimetry» screen mode name (in this case – «Measurement chart»).
4. A time of a dose measurement.
5. The current value of the measured background radiation in μSv/h.
6. A measurement chart canvas container.
7. Buttons to switch between screens.

Picture 6 — «Measurement chart» mode of «Dosimetry» screen


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RADIOMETER SCREEN 

This screen is designed to control radiation pollution of the surface (see picture 7):

On the picture 7:
1. The application mode indicator:
DO-RA – the «DO-RA» device is connected and provides measurement information;
Emulator – the «DO-RA» device is not connected, application emulates the devices operation.
2. The radiation hazard color indicator:
Green – normal radiation dose;
Yellow – threshold radiation dose;
Red – intolerable radiation dose.
3. The radiation hazard text-color indicator:
Green – normal radiation dose;
Yellow – threshold radiation dose;
Red – intolerable radiation dose.
4. The value of the measured background radiation in μSv/h.
5. Button to enter the «Photofixation» screen.
6. Buttons to switch between screens.

Picture 7 — «Radiometer» screen


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHOTOFIXATION SCREEN

This screen is designed for photofixation of the location of the radiation measurement. Time of measurement, value of the background radiation and geocoordinates are automatically added to the photo (see picture 8):

On the picture 8:
1. The obtained photo.
2. Additional information on the measurement.
3. Buttons to switch between screens.
4. Button to send an obtained by e-mail.

Picture 8 — «Photofixation» screen


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAP SCREEN

This screen shows the location of the measurement on the map (see picture 9). For proper operation of the «Map» screen, access to the Internet is required.

On the picture 9:

1. The application mode indicator:
DO-RA – the «DO-RA» device is connected and provides measurement information;
Emulator – the «DO-RA» device is not connected, application emulates the devices operation.
2. The radiation hazard color indicator:
Green – normal radiation dose;
Yellow – threshold radiation dose;
Red – intolerable radiation dose.
3. Tooltip displaying the background radiation level, place and time of the measurement.
4. Available measurement points (data is downloaded from the «DO-RA» server).
5. Buttons to switch between screens.

Picture 9 — «Map» screen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HUMAN SCREEN

On the picture 10:

1. The application mode indicator:
DO-RA – the «DO-RA» device is connected and provides measurement information;
Emulator – the «DO-RA» device is not connected, application emulates the devices operation.
2. The radiation hazard color indicator:
Green – normal radiation dose;
Yellow – threshold radiation dose;
Red – intolerable radiation dose.
3. The text box to display the sensitivity of the selected part of the human body to the radiation
4. The list of human organs.
5. The stylized image of a human with marks on the places of organs. The organ, selected from a list, is marked by pulsation.
6. Buttons to switch between screens.

Picture 10 — «Human» screen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SETTING SCREEN

On the picture 11:
1. The application mode indicator:
DO-RA – the «DO-RA» device is connected and provides measurement information;
Emulator – the «DO-RA» device is not connected, application emulates the devices operation.
2. The radiation hazard color indicator:
Green – normal radiation dose;
Yellow – threshold radiation dose;
Red – intolerable radiation dose.
3. The list of strings with service information:
Model – model identifier of the connected «DO-RA» device;
Serial number – derail number of the connected «DO-RA» device;
Version – current version of used «DO-RA» application
Input – input, that is used to retrieve data from the «DO-RA» device;
Sound – sound switch (On / Off);
Device – displays «DO-RA» device status (Plugged / Unplugged).
4. Buttons to switch between screens.
 

Picture 11 — «Settings» screen