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Getting Started Guide
Getting Started Guide
Congratulations on your decision to purchase a Rad-DX radiation detector with the
most advanced communications capabilities in the industry.
Congratulations on your decision to purchase a Rad-DX radiation detector with the
most advanced communications capabilities in the industry.
Your new Rad-DX comes fully configured to operate as a stand-alone device.
Your new Rad-DX comes fully configured to operate as a stand-alone device.
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Remove the Rad-DX from the package.
Connect the power cord, and wait for the initialization process to complete.
Configure your Rad-DX to work with the DX-View monitoring software:
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Remove the Rad-DX from the package.
Connect the power cord, and wait for the initialization process to complete.
Configure your Rad-DX to work with the DX-View monitoring software:
Go to our website at https://dx.dtectsystems.com.
Click on the Register button in the lower right corner of the screen.
Set up your account by filling in the requested information.
Check the Download DX-View checkbox and click Submit. You will receive an
assigned customer ID by email using the contact information you provided.
Please note: Your Username, Password, and Customer ID will be needed for
the next step. Please enter them accurately.
Install the downloaded software and follow the prompts to log in.
Attach the USB cord between the Rad-DX and PC.
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Go to our website at https://dx.dtectsystems.com.
Click on the Register button in the lower right corner of the screen.
Set up your account by filling in the requested information.
Check the Download DX-View checkbox and click Submit. You will receive an
assigned customer ID by email using the contact information you provided.
Please note: Your Username, Password, and Customer ID will be needed for
the next step. Please enter them accurately.
Install the downloaded software and follow the prompts to log in.
Attach the USB cord between the Rad-DX and PC.
Use the DX-View software to customize the settings on the Rad-DX. To monitor a
wireless network of Rad-DX detectors using the D-tect SensorNet (mesh network),
either another Rad-DX or a DX Link must be connected to your computer’s USB port.
Your Rad-DX is now ready to be wired and mounted directly to an electrical junction
box or to a wall in close proximity to an outlet to discreetly monitor radiation.
Use the DX-View software to customize the settings on the Rad-DX. To monitor a
wireless network of Rad-DX detectors using the D-tect SensorNet (mesh network),
either another Rad-DX or a DX Link must be connected to your computer’s USB port.
Your Rad-DX is now ready to be wired and mounted directly to an electrical junction
box or to a wall in close proximity to an outlet to discreetly monitor radiation.
Your Rad-DX manual is available online at www.dtectsystems.com/downloads.html.
For any technical questions we encourage you to contact your distributor or you may
contact us at techsupport@dtectsystems.com or call 801-260-4000.
Your Rad-DX manual is available online at www.dtectsystems.com/downloads.html.
For any technical questions we encourage you to contact your distributor or you may
contact us at techsupport@dtectsystems.com or call 801-260-4000.
Revision: 05
Revision: 05
Your Rad-DX is designed to be monitored and controlled with a PC, smartphone or
tablet through the use of a web server supported by D-tect Systems. Once you have
your device configured using DX-View, you are ready to connect your Rad-DX to the
software used to access your devices from anywhere, DX-Dashboard.
Your Rad-DX is designed to be monitored and controlled with a PC, smartphone or
tablet through the use of a web server supported by D-tect Systems. Once you have
your device configured using DX-View, you are ready to connect your Rad-DX to the
software used to access your devices from anywhere, DX-Dashboard.
To configure your Rad-DX to work with the DX-Dashboard software, you need to connect your Rad-DX to your network. You can do so in one of two ways:
To configure your Rad-DX to work with the DX-Dashboard software, you need to connect your Rad-DX to your network. You can do so in one of two ways:
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Connect to the network.
(Option 1) Use your Ethernet cable to connect your Rad-DX to your network
through an active Ethernet port.
(Option 2) Connect via Wi-Fi by going to DX-View and clicking on the Device
Settings: Communications tab. Click Enable Wi-Fi and fill in the appropriate information for your network. Click Submit. The Rad-DX will join your Wi-Fi network and display the Wi-Fi icon in the upper left corner of the Rad-DX screen.
Once you have your Rad-DX connected to your network, go to our website at
https://dx.dtectsystems.com.
This takes you to the web portal to log in to DX-Dashboard. Input the same
username and password you used for your DX-View account.
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Connect to the network.
(Option 1) Use your Ethernet cable to connect your Rad-DX to your network
through an active Ethernet port.
(Option 2) Connect via Wi-Fi by going to DX-View and clicking on the Device
Settings: Communications tab. Click Enable Wi-Fi and fill in the appropriate information for your network. Click Submit. The Rad-DX will join your Wi-Fi network and display the Wi-Fi icon in the upper left corner of the Rad-DX screen.
Once you have your Rad-DX connected to your network, go to our website at
https://dx.dtectsystems.com.
This takes you to the web portal to log in to DX-Dashboard. Input the same
username and password you used for your DX-View account.
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Your device, through DX-Dashboard, can now be viewed and updated from any PC,
smartphone or tablet with access to the internet.
Your device, through DX-Dashboard, can now be viewed and updated from any PC,
smartphone or tablet with access to the internet.
Packaging Contents
Packaging Contents
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Rad-DX Area Radiation Detector
Software License Agreement
This Getting Started Guide
Standard Mounting Bracket (A modified mounting bracket is available if the Rad-DX is to
be mounted on a wall and not directly to a junction box)
 2 Mounting Bracket Screws (used to attach to an electrical junction box)
 Direct Wire Power Cable (used to wire directly to an electrical junction box)
 2 Wire Nuts (use to connect Direct Wire Power Cable to electrical wires)
 Standard Power Cable (used to connect to a standard electrical outlet)*
 USB cable (used during configuration process)
* The Standard Power Cable will be convenient during the configuration process.
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Rad-DX Area Radiation Detector
Software License Agreement
This Getting Started Guide
Standard Mounting Bracket (A modified mounting bracket is available if the Rad-DX is to
be mounted on a wall and not directly to a junction box)
 2 Mounting Bracket Screws (used to attach to an electrical junction box)
 Direct Wire Power Cable (used to wire directly to an electrical junction box)
 2 Wire Nuts (use to connect Direct Wire Power Cable to electrical wires)
 Standard Power Cable (used to connect to a standard electrical outlet)*
 USB cable (used during configuration process)
* The Standard Power Cable will be convenient during the configuration process.