Versatile, easy to use, and compact precision instrument for measuring α-, β-, and γ-radiation.
- Filter selection switch
- Pulse counting
- Count rate measurement
- Variable acoustic and optical warning threshold signal
With filter selection switch at the front of the Geiger-Müller counter tube for filtering out types of radiation (γ/β, γ/α/β or γ only), large display, and integrated USB interface. Includes USB cable, Windows software, and operating instructions.
The following functions and operating modes are available for measurement:
Standard mode for displaying the current radiation level. Display of the equivalent dose as a numerical value and as bar chart and display of the time until a selected cumulative dose limit is reached (default 5 μSv/h). Also equipped with variable acoustic and optical warning threshold signal and display of average radiation from previous day.
Pulse counting either permanent or with variable gate time. Gate time adjustable in seconds, minutes, or hours. Additional optional acoustic count indication.
Count rate measurement. The pulses registered are measured successively and converted into a count rate (number of pulses per second).
Integrated display of date and time for correct recording of measured radiation.
The number of pulses registered is stored in the internal memory. This facilitates recording e.g. of weekly values for up to 10 years.
Computer docking station. The software enables the measured data to be evaluated and processed on an MS-Windows PC.