Bob tipped us with his latest project. It’s a custom Arduino shield able to communicate with a Geiger-Muller counter and display data on a LCD display. The data are displayed in two layouts: bar graph of the pulses in one minute interval and histogram of the gathered data.
In the previous posts I’ve described a simple Geiger–Müller counter and various experiments with this device. Today I would like to present Arduino project to communicate with a Geiger-Muller counter, gather data and present it to the user. The device is based on Arduino Uno, Nokia 5110 LCD and homemade shield.
Arduino Geiger–Müller counter with LCD display – [Link]