Getting the muon hunter ready
2. on the MH board connect the 5V power to the Raspberry Pi 5V output (JP4 on rev3). Or do the equivalent manipulations with jumper wires. Note: rev2 is connected to the Pi already except for step 1.
Getting the Raspberry Pi ready
In short issue the following commands:
Creating the Geiger logger / muon logger script
Of course, you can define the callbacks as you wish, or don't define a callback function at all. For instance if you want a simple tally / counter, you can just do this:
1. The simplest way is to wire in the coincidence LED signal from the microcontroller by soldering in JP5 on the rev3 board, or wiring in the corresponding signal on the previous boards.
2. The alternative is to write a coincidence detection routine along the lines of the following state machine for example: