• Strahlenfrühwarnsystem Östenreich (≈ Austrian Radiation Early-Warning System), shows Austria’s excellent easy-access color-coded near-real-tim measurements in nanoSievert (so divide by 1000 to get microSievert).  Normal values lie between below 0.1 µSv and around o.2 µSv.  Note that the maximum levels on the scale (3000 nSv/hr, or 3 µSv/hr would be cause for sounding the alarm, but would still not be harmful.  See ‘Radiation Exposure Effects’ for comparison.

–> Strahlenfrühwarnsystem Östenreich:   [Click on it to get current values]

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