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Radiation Alert MONITOR4ECUSB Energy Compensated Analog-Based Ionizing Radiation Detector | SE International, Inc. | Detects ionizing radiation types such as alpha and beta particles, and gamma rays and x-rays

Radiation Alert MONITOR4ECUSB Energy Compensated Analog-Based Ionizing Radiation Detector by SE International, Inc.

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Stock Up through 2012 with a Radiation Alert MONITOR4ECUSB Energy Compensated Analog-Based Ionizing Radiation Detector. Exclusively created by SE International, Inc..

Detects ionizing radiation types such as alpha and beta particles, and gamma rays and x-rays Dual-scale analog meter with needle-point display of counts per minute (CPM) and milliRoentgen (mR) per hour Three selectable operation ranges of X1, X10, and X100 for adjustment when peak mR levels are met

Aid you and your family in disastrous situations.

  • Radiation detector used to check levels of potentially harmful ionizing particles and rays in the environment and in objects such as particle accelerators, x-ray shielding, and industrial gauges
  • Detects ionizing radiation types such as alpha and beta particles, and gamma rays and x-rays
  • Dual-scale analog meter with needle-point display of counts per minute (CPM) and milliRoentgen (mR) per hour
  • Three selectable operation ranges of X1, X10, and X100 for adjustment when peak mR levels are met
  • Mini-USB Port for connecting an external device

The Radiation Alert Keep an eye on 4EC USB is a hand-held radiation detector with a mini-USB port that is used to detect potentially damaging ionizing alpha and beta particles, and gamma and x-ray radiation, with an internal Geiger-Mueller (G-M) tube, and has an energy-compensated sidewall for a linear reading through of gamma rays and x rays (forty-100 keV). This meter has a twin-scale, analog, needle-point display of counts per minute (CPM), and milliRoentgen (mR) per hour. Three selectable operational ranges detect the 4 major varieties of ionizing radiation: alpha and beta particles, and gamma rays and x-rays. Operational ranges of X1, X10, or X100 can be modified when the meter face peaks at the highest mR degree.

The Keep an eye on 4EC USB has a red, flashing counter and a beeping noise to indicate every single ionizing radiation celebration. It has a halogen-quenched G-M tube, and a thin, mica finish window for sensing some alpha and beta ionizing radiation. It checks radiation ranges in the surroundings and objects, these as particle accelerators, x-ray shielding, and industrial gauges. An audio indicator with an internally mounted beeper can be turned off for silent operation. It has a one-12 months, constrained warranty.

Specifications

Looking at Ranges to .5, to 5, or to 50 milliRoentgen (mR) per hour, or to 500, to 5,000, or to 50,000 cycles per minute (CPM).
Accuracy Factory-calibrated by pulse generator, with accuracy + or -15% of reading through full-scale, relative to Cesium 137.
Energy Sensitivity one,000 CPM/mR/hr (Cs137). The energy response for gamma and x-rays by way of the detector sidewall is flat within +61% or -26% around the array of forty keV to 100 keV, and within +35% or -17% around the array of 100 keV to one.three MeV.
Detection Alpha down to two.5 mega (million) electron volts (MeV), with standard detection performance at three.6 MeV at better than eighty%.
Beta at 50 kilo (thousand) electron volts (keV) with standard 35% detection performance.
Beta at a hundred and fifty kilo (thousand) electron volts (keV) with standard seventy five% detection performance.
Gamma and x-rays down to ten keV standard by way of the window (non-compensated), 40keV by way of the sidewall. Regular history is approx. 5-20 CPM.
Sidewall Detection Energy-compensated sidewall with two mm tin filter. forty keV bare minimum by way of the sidewall of the detector. Energy compensation is only powerful by way of the sidewall.
Temperature Variety -20 degrees to 55 degrees C (-four degrees to 131 degrees F) and an internal detector.
G-M Tube Halogen-quenched, internal Geiger-Mueller tube. The powerful diameter is .ninety two cm/.36”.
Dimensions Dimensions are 209 mm x 71 mm x 50 mm (8.2” x two.8” x one.9”).
Bodyweight 198.one g (seven. oz).
Output Mini-USB port for link to an external device.
Regular History Radiation Roughly 5 to 20 CPM.
Battery nine-V alkaline battery (not incorporated) for approximately two,000 hrs of steady use in a standard history.
Window Thickness The thin mica window is one.5-two. mg/cm2 thick.

Radiation detectors, occasionally named Geiger counters or G-M counters, can detect a wide array of ionizing alpha and beta particles, and gamma and x-rays that could be emitting damaging ranges of radiation. Many detectors sensation ionizing radiation with an enclosed Geiger-Mueller (G-M) tube to rely radiation particles or rays. Alpha and beta particles are measured in counts per minute (CPM) or counts per second (CPS). Gamma rays and x-rays are measured in milliRoentgens (mR) per hour, microSieverts (μSv) per hour, or milliSieverts (mSv) per hour. Alpha particles are positively billed and heavier than beta particles, and have a constrained array of approximately three to 5 centimeters by air. Alpha particles can be shielded by objects these as paper and unopened skin. High-energy beta particles are electrons, heavier than gamma rays, and can get possibly a good or damaging charge. Beta particles can be shielded by aluminum or wooden. High-frequency (brief wavelength) gamma rays are the strongest and lightest rays. Gamma rays are far more penetrating than alpha and beta particles. They can be shielded by dense materials these as lead, and huge masses of concrete, hardened steel, or drinking water. X-rays are guy-made gamma rays, and have basically the identical homes and function. Radiation detectors generally have possibly an analog or a electronic display. Analog radiation detectors output with a needle-point scale, and electronic models create a numerical LCD digit display. Radiation detectors are generally used by hobbyists for security detection and rock inspection, and specialists in the in the nuclear, medical, mining, educational, and investigation industries.

What is in the Box?

  • Keep an eye on 4EC USB radiation detector
  • Carrying circumstance with belt clip
  • Mini-USB cable
  • Instruction handbook
  • Conformite Europeene (CE) certification

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