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Personal Radiation Detectors

Gamma-neutron personal radiation detectors PM1703GN and PM1703GNA are designed to detect the slightest amounts of the gamma and neutron radiation emitting materials.

The instruments are equipped with a CsI(Tl) (for gamma detection) and a LiI(Eu) (for neutron detection) scintillation detectors to alert the user that the radiation levels have exceeded the preset threshold values.

 

Features of PM1703GN/GNA:

  • Detect gamma and neutron radiation sources, even if they are shielded;
  • Search for and locate the gamma or neutron radiation sources including nuclear weapons materials;
  • Alert the user of the presence of a radiation source through audible, visual and vibrating alarms;Record and store data for up to 1000 events in the instruments' non-volatile memory;
  • Transmit all recorded data to a PC via IR channel for the data processing and analysis.
  • The instruments' advanced processing algorithm enables the user to update the background levels and setup the alarm thresholds thus adjusting to the specific radiation environments and satisfy the requirements for the false alarm rate.
  • Additionally designed to ensure adequate adaptation to the background level so that the instruments can locate a radioactive source in changing environments.
  • Have a hermetic and shockproof case and the LCD screen's fluorescent backlight for easy operation even in the harshest, most unfavourable environments or weather conditions
  • Recommended for first responders, security guards, police, customs officers and border patrol. No special experience or training is necessary to operate the instruments.

 

PM1703GNB

In addition to the functions of the PM1703GN/GNA models, the PM1703GNB model has Bluetooth module for communication with PDA or laptop PC, equipped with proprietary identification software, and can be used for the radioisotope identification of the radiation source.

 

The Bluetooth module allows user to be at a safe distance from the possible radiation sources while the PM1703GNB is operating. In that way, the instrument's operator is being protected from the radiation exposure by distance.

 

Personal Radiation Detectors PM1703M and PM1703MA are designed to detect and locate even the slightest traces of the radioactive and nuclear materials. The instruments' two operating modes enable the user both search for gamma radiation sources based on the intensity of the emitted radiation and evaluate the radiation level.

 

Features of PM1703M/MA:

  • Detects gamma radiation sources, even if they are shielded;
  • Alerts the user of the presence of a radiation source through audible, visual and vibrating alarms;
  • Records and stores data for up to 1000 events in the instruments' non-volatile memory;
  • Transmits all recorded data to a PC via IR channel for the data processing and analysis.
  • The instruments' advanced processing algorithm enables the user to update the background levels and setup the alarm thresholds thus adjusting to the specific radiation environments and satisfy the requirements for the false alarm rate.
  • Additionally designed to ensure adequate adaptation to the background level so that the instruments can locate a radioactive source in changing environments.
  • Have a hermetic and shockproof case and the LCD screen's fluorescent backlight for easy operation even in the harshest, most unfavourable environments or weather conditions
  • Recommended for first responders, security guards, police, customs officers and border patrol. No special experience or training is necessary to operate the instruments.

 

PM1703MB

In addition to the functions of the PM1703M/MA models, the PM1703MB model has Bluetooth module for communication with PDA or laptop PC, equipped with proprietary identification software, and can be used for the radioisotope identification of the radiation source.

 

The Bluetooth module allows user to be at a safe distance from the possible radiation sources while the PM1703GNB is operating. In that way, the instrument's operator is being protected from the radiation exposure by distance.