Small and light enough to go anywhere, yet sensitive enough to
detect minuscule amounts of gamma, beta or X-rays. Excellent for scanning lab work areas
and clothing for traces of radioactivity after clean-up, or as a personal monitor in areas
of potential radiation exposure. Useful in school labs for geology and science projects.
One-button operation, can be used by untrained personnel. Uses a Geiger-Mueller tube
detector. The Meter registers 0.1~10mR/hour (milli-Roentgen) and 0.1~100
uSv/hour (microsieverts) on a dual scale. Audible clicking will increase with the amount
of background radiation. Beeping begins at 20mR/hr, increasing in frequency in proportion
to the radiation level. Powered by a 9-Volt battery, included, which lasts 50 hours at
normal background levels.
||6-5/8 x 3-1/4 x 1-3/8"
1 mR/hr = 10 ÁS/hr
||0 to 10mR/hr
|Max/Min Detection Energy
||30 KeV to 1.5 MeV
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