MC1K Handheld Radiation Alert® Detector
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.
Energy compensated halogen-quenched GM tube.
0 to 1000 mR/hr and 0 to 10 mSv/hr.
X1, X10, X100, X1000.
±10% of full scale (referenced to Cs-137).
Internally mounted beeper.
Meter will hold at full scale in fields as high as 100 times the maximum reading.
MC1K Energy Sensitivity:
Detects gamma and x-rays down to 40 keV.
Response is flat from 40 keV up.
Normal background, approximately 4 CPM.
One 9-volt alkaline battery.
Battery life is up to 2,000 hours at normal background radiation levels.
-20°C to 55°C (-4°F to 131°F).
188 grams (6.4 oz.) without battery.
145 x 72 x 38 mm (5.7 x 2.8 x 1.5 in.).
1 year limited warranty
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