- Radiation detector used for surveying levels of potentially harmful ionizing particles and rays in the environment such as naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM) contamination
- Also use for and for gross wipe counting, contamination detection of packages, equipment and people, regulatory inspections, and for low energy radionuclide detection
- Free Observer USB software that allows you to download your data from the internal memory, set computer alarms, and calibrate your instrument; on board memory to collect accumulated counts
- Thin wall GM tube provides excellent sensitivity to low levels of alpha, beta, gamma, and x-rays; USB for use with observer USB software for PCs Battery: one 9-volt alkaline battery
- Red flashing light and a beep indicate each ionizing radiation event; battery life is approx. 2000 hours at normal background radiation levels; window thickness: 1.4 to 2 mg/sq cm
Radiation Alert SEI Inspector USB Handheld Digital Radiation Detector with LCD Display
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Specifications for this item
|Number of Items||1|
|Brand Name||Radiation Alert|
|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Lower Temperature Range||-10 degrees_celsius|
|Temperature Range||-10/50 degrees_celsius|
|Upper Temperature Range||50 degrees_celsius|
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S.E. International Radiation Alert Inspector USB has built in efficiencies for common isotopes to calculate activity in Bequerels and DPM. It is optimized to detect small changes (low levels) in radiation levels and to have high sensitivity to many common radionuclides. The new back lit display shows readings in your choice of counts per minute (CPM), counts per second (CPS) uSv/hr, mR/hr, or in accumulated counts. The SEI Inspector USB counts ionizing radiation changes, and the unit of measurement is selected and displayed using the mode switch. The display shows various indicators, based on the mode setting, the function performed, and remaining battery power. These include low battery, alert, timer, total mode calibration mode, utility menu (timer, calibration, alarm set mode), and units of measurement. Reading ranges: 0.001 (1&muR) to 100.00 mR/hr, or 0 to 350000 CPM, or 0.01 to 1000 µSv/hr, 0 to 5000 CPS, total counts 9999000 µSv/hr. Calibration: Calibrated electronically using the free Observer USB software. Accuracy: MR/hr + or - 10 percent (NIST), + or -15 percent maximum 0 to 100, µSv/hr + or - 10 percent (NIST), + or - 15 percent maximum 0.01 to 1000, CPM + or - 10 percent (NIST), + or -15 percent maximum 0 to 350000. It has a factory default calibration reset option that will automatically reset to auto averaging, mR/hr, CPM, and CAL (calibration) 100. Energy sensitivity: 3340 CPM/mR/hr, referenced to Cesium (Cs) 137. Energy sensitivity detects alpha down to 2.0 MeV. It detects beta at 0.16 MeV with typical 25 percent detection efficiency at 1 MeV. It detects gamma down to 10 keV through the end window. It detects gamma and x-rays down to 10 keV typical through the window, and 40 keV minimum through the sidewall. GM tube: A halogen-quenched, uncompensated GM tube with an effective diameter of 1.75-inches. Normal background radiation: approx 10 to 20 CPM. The meter will hold at full-scale in fields as high as 100 times the maximum reading for anti-saturation. The meter is powered by a 9-volt alkaline battery (not included).
Top Customer Reviews
It is a great instrument, but beware of prospecting for cool uranium minerals at high altitudes in the Eastern Sierra.
I keep mine in an air-tight box when crossing high mountain passes.
I won't go into further details since the reviews by "Concerned Citizen" and "MJ23447" were very good and accurate.
second time as well, i will have to return it and hope they will replace it. ??