Gamma Radiation Spectrometer & Radioisotope Identifier

 

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Multi-Purpose Hand-Held Radiation Monitor and Identifier

PM1401K-3M

Gamma Radiation Spectrometer & Radioisotope Identifier

The PM1401K-3M model is a gamma-only radiation monitor without a neutron detector. The instrument is designed for quick and reliable measurement of gamma dose rate, detection of alpha, beta, and gamma sources, measurement of alpha and beta radiation flux density, acquisition of gamma spectra, identification of radioisotopes, and measurement of food/soil contamination with 137Cs.

Features of the PM1401K-3M

  • Storage of up to 10,000 events and 1,000 spectra
  • Audible, visual and external vibration alarm
  • Categorisation of identified radionuclides
  • Shock and water resistant IP65 case
  • Adjustable radionuclide libraries
  • USB communication with PC
  • Built-in GPS module

Applications

  • Customs and border control
  • HAZMAT and CBRNE teams
  • Emergency services
  • Police and security
  • industrial facilities
  • First Responders

PM1401K-3P

The PM1401K-3P model is the most advanced model in the series suitable for various radiation control tasks including measurement of ambient dose equivalent rate, detection of alpha, beta, gamma and neutron sources, measurement of alpha and beta radiation flux density, acquisition of gamma spectra, identification of radioisotopes, and measurement of food/soil contamination with 137Cs.

Features of the PM1401K-3P

  • Storage of up to 10,000 events and 1,000 spectra
  • Audible, visual and external vibration alarm
  • Categorisation of identified radionuclides
  • Shock and water resistant IP65 case
  • Adjustable radionuclide libraries
  • USB communication with PC
  • Built-in GPS module

Applications

  • Customs and border control
  • HAZMAT and CBRNE teams
  • Emergency services
  • Police and security
  • industrial facilities
  • First Responders