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Measurement of extremely wide range (1 µSv/h - 1000 Sv/h) of ambient dose equivalent rate and ambient dose equivalent of continuous X-ray and gamma radiation in rugged environment, including emergency situations. Burn-up life: 5000 Sv. Immersion depth: up to 50 m.
Detection of gamma radiation sources in a stream of people crossing borders of secure facilities. Conformance to international standard IEC 62244:2006 (Radiation protection instrumentation – Installed radiation monitors for the detection of radioactive and special nuclear materials at national borders).
Expanded range of smart detection units for use in stationary and mobile monitoring stations and robot devices for land, aircraft and marine applications.
The software solution to synchronise data from instruments with a remote data server via Internet. It is available for instruments complete with an HPC, a PU4 Processing unit or a Tablet PC with a data communication capability.
The new PU4 processing unit enables GPS referencing and capability of data transfer to a remote server. New alpha and beta radiation detection units (BDPA-03 / BDPB-03) with detector area 300 cm^2 and highly sensitive gamma and neutron radiation detection units (BDKG-32 / BDKN-05). Possibility to use sealed protective cases.
Geolocation application for radiation monitoring in real time. Mapping of radiation contamination areas and analysis of radiation survey data: spectra, dose rate values, identification results of radionuclide composition. The ability to operate 10 instruments simultaneously.
Measurement of gross alpha activity and gross beta activity in various samples: "Thick-layer" and "thin-layer" counting samples, aerosol analytical filters, as well as smear radiometry. The radiation monitor incorporates a phoswich detector. The PC-based control greatly expands the capabilities of the radiation monitor.
Radiation survey of areas in real time and search for sources of gamma and neutron radiation with GPS-referencing. Mounting on board a motor vehicle, a marine vessel or an aircraft without any special tools.
Reference calibration system designed to simulate and transmit units of air kerma, ambient, personal and directional dose equivalents and their respective rates of X-ray radiation into working standards and measurement instruments.