μR/hr - 1 to 50,000 CPM - 0.0 to 175,000
nSv/hr - 1 to 500,000 CPS - 0.0 to 2500
Typically ±15% from factory, ±10% with NIST Source Calibration
Detects Alpha down to 2 MeV. Detects Beta down to .16 MeV; typical detection efficiency at 1 MeV is approximately 25%.
Detects Gamma down to 10 KeV through the detector window. 3340 CPM/mR/hr (Cs137). Smallest detectable level for I125 is .02 μCi at contact.
Readout will OVERRANGE in radiation ields as high as 100 times the maximum reading.
Pulsating beeper sounds the alert. Adjustable alert levels are used for μR/hr, mR/hr, CPM, μSv/hr, mSv/hr, and CPS.
Backlit liquid crystal display with mode indicators.
Red LED fashes with each count.
Internally mounted beeper (can be switched off for silent operation)
Two (2) AA alkaline batteries. Battery life is approx. 1000 hours at normal background radiation levels w/o backlight (based on 1000m/Ah batteries).
-10° to +50°C (14° to 122°F)
217 g (7.7 oz.)
276 x 44 x 64 mm (10.875 x 1.75 x 2.0
Includes Carrying Case, Lanyard, and Protective Boot. Protective boot its most industry standard dose rate and compensation ilters.
1 year limited warranty
The Monitor 1000EC is an energy compensated radiation detector that measures gamma, and x-rays. Perfect for most applications requiring an energy compensated detector. Users can choose from readings of CPM, CPS, µSv/hr, mR/hr, or in accumulated counts. It has a red count light, a beeper that sounds with each count detected, and includes an adjustable timer, and selectable alert. With the free Observer Software for PCs and Android OS, you can automate and record readings for easy reporting!
The MC1K is a handheld survey meter using a built-in energy compensated GM detector. It detects gamma and x-rays up to 1000 mR/hr over 4 selectable ranges. A beep sounds and a count light flashes with each event detected.
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ONYX® can be used as a stand alone pocketable instrument, or it can connect to the internet and share data. The ONYX has a six button touch sensitive keypad that allows for easy use of a wide variety of functions such as graphic display of data, adjustment of audio chirp, data logging, changing units of measurement and calibration. ONYX also permits the user to upgrade the software running on the device to the latest version using a simple internet download feature.
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The Nanonuke is a very small, yet highly sensitive radiation detector that fits into the smallest pocket, without pinching the wearer. It can connect to a smartphone via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). When connected to a phone, our GammaGuard app provides a rich user interface (UI). The user only interacts with the phone and NanoNuke remains ergonomically out of the way in the user’s pocket or at a remote location. This is ideal for covertly checking an area for radiation. The GammaGuard app can run in the background and alert the user of elevated radiation levels. The GammaGuard app allows for time and date stamped data logging with GPS coordinates. The data can be logged to a file on the phone and it can (optionally) be logged to web based databases, such as RadResponder, facilitating a coordinated incident response. Two NanoNukes can be connected to GammaGuard at the same time and can be used as a directional radiation detector (patent pending). Prior to NanoNuke, specialized direction finding equipment was large, bulky, complex, fragile and expensive.