RAP-RS2 Probe - External Halogen-quenched, uncompensated GM tube with thin mica window, 1.4-2.0 mg/cm2 areal density. Effective diameter of window is 45 mm (1.75 in.).
mR/hr - .001 (1µR) to 100 CPM - 0 to 350,000
µSv/hr - .01 to 1000 CPS - 0 to 5000
Total/Timer - 1 to 9,999,000 counts
(Referenced to Cs137) Typically ±15% from factory, ±10% with NIST Source Calibration
3340 CPM/mR/hr referenced to Cs137
Graphic LCD with Backlight
mR/hr .001 - 100 and CPM 1 - 350,000.
70db @ 1m.
Red LED lashes with each radiation event.
Internally mounted beeper (can be switched off for silent operation)
5 Sulfur (S35), 90 Strontium (Sr/y90), 137Cesium
(Cs137), 32 Phosphorus (P32), 14Carbon (C14),
131 Iodine (I131), 60Cobalt (Co60), and Alpha
End Window efficiency at 1 MeV is approx. 25%.
Detects Gamma down to 10 KeV through the end window.
Smallest detectable level for I125 is .02 µCi at 1
140 X 68 X 33 mm (5.5 X 2.7 X 1.3 in.)
Probe: 260 X 70 X 25 mm (10.25 X 2.75 X 1 in)
USB for use with Observer USB Software Family
Meter will hold at full scale in fields as high as 100 times the maximum reading.
Power Requirements Two AA alkaline batteries.
Includes: Carrying Case, Xtreme Boot, Stand, Mini-USB Cable, Observer USB Software Download , Certificate of Conformance
1 year limited warranty
The Radalert® 100X is a general purpose geiger counter that measures alpha, beta, gamma, and X-radiation.
Features of the Radalert® 100X, include a three-second update and a Utility Menu that allows you to change the default settings for several operating parameters. Its digital liquid crystal display (LCD) shows the current radiation level in your choice of SI units (microsieverts per hour) from .000 to 1,100 and counts per minute (CPM) from 0 to 350,000 or counts per second (CPS) from 0 to 3,500. For users of conventional units mR/hr (milliroentgens per hour) from .000 to 110 and CPM are optional in the Utility Menu. This instrument also offers an accumulated total and timer function, up to 9,999,000 counts and 40 hours.
The CT007-F is a compact alpha, beta, gamma detector. This makes it suitable for identifying radioactive contamination.
Unlike pancake Geiger-Mueller tube based instruments, it is light, compact, and durable.
The CT007-F is sensitive enough to pick up the radiation from household items, but can still measure up to dangerous levels. It is easy to use and can even connect wirelessly to your phone. The phone provides a rich user interface and allows for time and date stamped data logging with GPS coordinates. The data can be logged to a file on your phone as well as optionally being logged to RadResponder. On the back is the sensor with an alpha/beta shield. This shield can be closed to take gamma only measurements, or opened to reveal the sensor window and take alpha and beta readings. This shield also keeps the sensor safe during transport.
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.
The Pancakes Kit includes two CT007-P pancake detectors and a telescoping handle in a rugged protective case. This kit is ideal for First Responder teams. For hot zone / cold zone delineation, one CT007-P is used in dose rate mode and the other is used in contamination mode. During decontamination, both detectors are used in contamination mode. The redundancy achieved by using two identical instruments for different tasks means that all tasks can still be performed, even if one of the detectors is damaged. Also, one CT007-P can be used to confirm the reading of the other one. The kit can be supplied with only one CT007-P (Kit-01) and the CT007-P is also available without accessories.
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The CT007-F, CT007-N, CT-007-P connects to the smartphone application, GammaGuard. By itself, GammaGuard can provide basic radiation detection, and warn the user of dangerous radiation levels. It achieves this by using your smartphone’s camera as a radiation sensor. Other more sophisticated or sensitive radiation measurement instruments, such as the CT007 units, can be wirelessly connected to GammaGuard for enhanced functionality.
The RAD 100™ is a general purpose geiger counter that measures alpha, beta, gamma, and X-radiation.
It is intended for personal safety and educational purposes.
Like the popular Radalert® 100X, the RAD 100™ features a 3-second update on its digital liquid crystal display (LCD). The LCD shows the current radiation level in your choice of microsieverts per hour (SI units) from .000 to 1,100, either counts per minute (CPM) from 0 to 350,000 or counts per second (CPS) from 0 to 3,500. When mR/hr units are selected, the LCD shows readings in milliroentgens per hour from .000 to 110. This instrument also offers an accumulated total and timer function, up to 9,999,000 counts and 40 hours. A red LED blinks and a beeper chirps with each count (the chirp can be muted).