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Devices able to identify radioactive isotopes by analyzing the characteristic gamma emission spectra.
The devices are often multipurpose/multitask instruments able to detect different forms of radiation and perform a variety of functions; used to search, detect and identify radioactive materials.
PM1401K-3 is the smallest and the most lightweight instrument in the world able to operate simultaneously as a search instrument, asurvey meter, an alarm device, a surface contamination monitor, and a radionuclide identifier.
All radiation sensors are internally incorporated in the instrument's IP65 body. Data such as gamma spectra, doserate, etc are shown on a bright and easy-to-read colour LCD; a belt clip and automatic operation mode allow for hand-free operation, while the user goes about their normal tasks.
The instrument's non-volatile memory can store 10000 events and 1000 gamma spectra; data is transmitted externally via a USB port. The instrument incorporates a GPS module.
Optional extras include a telescopic extension tube,m a tripod, and Marinelli beakers for measuring radioactivity in water, food and soild samples.
The PM1401K-3 multipurpose radiation monitor is available in 4 versiones:
El PM1401K-3 is able to fulfil a number of diverse functions:
· Radionuclide identification (PM1401K-3/3M/3P):
The CsI scintillation detector analyses the characteristic gamma radiation spectrum of the radionuclide to identify the radioactive material present.
· Search for radioactive sources (PM1401K-3/3M/3E/3P):
The high sensitivity of the solid-state CsI sensor aloows search and localization of radiation sources with high efficiency, including hidden sources.
· Surface contamination detection and measurement (PM1401K-3/3M/3E/3P):
A Geiger-Müller sensor detects radioactiva contamination of surfaces alpha and beta emitting radionuclides.
· Measurement of ambient gamma doserate (PM1401K-3/3M/3E/3P):
Dose rate measurement is performed by the internal Geiger-Müller sensor
· Detection of neutron emitters (PM1401K-3/3E/3P):
A nuetron sensor (He3 - no export restrictions) is used to amplify the instrument's response to special nuclear materials (uranium and plutonuim isotopes)
· Measurement of Cs137 specific activity (PM1401K-3/3M/3P):
Specific activity (Bq/kg) of the radionuclide Cs-137 can be measured in food, water, and environmental samples.
The PM1403 is a multi-application instrument, based on a control unit with an internal CsI scintillation detector supplied with an optional range of external probes to greatly increase the funcionality of the instrument.
Data including radionuclide identification is shown on a large colour LCD screen; the device has an incorporated GPS module, and wireless communication by GSM protocol and Bluetooth. Visual and audible alarms alert the user to high radiation levels; optionally, the PM1403 can be supplied with a telescopic extension tube.
The PM1403 can be supplied with any combination of the external probe set.
The PM1403 is used for a variety of functions, depending on the probe used:
· Radionuclide identification (internal probe, BDG1 probe)
· Search for hidden or illicit sources of gamma radiation (internal probe, BDG1 probe)
· Measurement of ambient gamma radiation dose (BDG2 probe):
· Search and measurement of alpha an beta radiation contamination (BDAB probe)
· Detection of special nuclear materials, such as uranium and plutonium (BGN probe)
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