High-sensitivity nuclear radiation monitor with dose equivalent rate 0.08 ~ 999 μSv/h. Handheld portable radiation detector with working temperature of radiation detection meter between -10 ℃ and 45 ℃. The radiation detector can preset the alarm valve value of dosage rate and accumulative dosage.
- Monitor of X, r and hard β ray.
- Chinese and English operational interface.
- Real-time measurement and display of dosage rate and accumulative dosage.
- Permanent data storage upon power cutoff.
- Graphic LCD and maximum screen.
- Low power consumption and battery under-voltage indication function.
- The instrument can preset the alarm valve value of dosage rate and accumulative dosage.
- Three selective alarm modes: sound, light and vibration.
Personal radiation detector panel details
- Battery power display
- Accumulated dose alarm value
- Current dose rate real-time change value
- Accumulated stored dose rate (can be cleared)
- Upward selection key
- Long press 5 seconds to switch on/off
- Short press light switch function
- Downward selection key
- Time function
- Current dose alarm value
- Current dose unit
- Accumulated dose unit
- Menu entry (confirmation key)
- Menu return key
SISCO nuclear radiation detectors are widely used in police, fire departments, environmental organizations, metal recycling companies, ports, airports, ceramics factories, research institutes, laboratories, etc.
Q1: What is a radiation detector?
A1: Radiation Detector is an instrument used to detect or identify high-energy particles, such as those produced by nuclear decay, cosmic radiation, or reactions in a particle accelerator.
Q2: How does a personal radiation detector work?
A2: Personal radiation detectors are very sensitive, designed to detect changes in the gamma radiation level slightly above the background with a fast response time. Most PRDs provide a digital display of the exposure rate and a visual, auditory, or vibratory alarm at preset thresholds.
A3: What should I look for in a radiation detector?
Q3: The selection considerations for radiation detectors include: Type(s) of radiation for which exposure is expected (alpha, beta, gamma, neutron, X-rays, etc.) Desired functions – is the use to measure total radiation dosage over time (as with a dosimeter), or is a more detailed measurement needed?
Tips: How to use the radiation detector?
- Short press the "power switch" to start, the default is "magnetic field radiation intensity" detection, and the Gaussian alarm exceeds 2 milliseconds; long press "detection mode conversion" to not relax, after about 2 seconds, switch to "electric field radiation intensity" detection.
- Hold the electromagnetic radiation detector in your hand, point the "test area" to the object to be measured, and slowly approach the object to be measured until the object to be measured actually touches. The closer it is to the object to be measured, the stronger the electromagnetic or electric field, and the faster the alarm frequency.
- During the measurement process, try to change the angle and position of the instrument to the measured object to get a large reading.
- If the power is turned off during the measurement, in the "magnetic field radiation intensity detection" mode, the reading should return to zero. In the "electric field radiation intensity detection" mode, some items can still detect electromagnetic wave signals, which belong to the external electromagnetic wave signals received by the project and are harmless to the human body.
- Press "Alarm Settings" for a short time to set the alarm sound on and off.
- Short press "Peak Lock" to enable and disable the peak lock function. The peak lock function can lock large values during detection.
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