Monitors of PM5000P Series are designed to monitor gamma or neutron or both gamma and neutron radiation in vehicles and luggage at various checkpoints. Radiation monitors may have one-pillar or two-pillar configurations depending on the site requirements, and can be installed both indoor or outdoor.
Radiation Monitors can be installed at vehicular, railway and pedestrian border crossings, at customs checkpoints to prevent the illicit penetration of the radioactive sources into the country or the limited-access areas, checkpoints of Nuclear power plants (NPPs), nuclear industry facilities, nuclear waste disposal and storage sites, check points in banks, offices.
Radiation monitors may have one-pillar or two-pillar configurations depending on the site requirements, and can be installed both indoor or outdoor.
Monitors can be equipped with video monitoring system, computer and pager communication/notification system to ensure prompt assess to the experts, assigned to radiation monitoring tasks. When radioactive materials are detected or when the current background level threshold is exceeded, audible and visual alarms are triggered and alarm information is transferred to a computer.
If there is no remains power supply, the Monitor will be automatically powered from the built-in accumulator battery. The battery power enables at least 8 hours of Monitor work.
Monitor corresponds to IEC 61000-6-2:2005, IEC 61000-6-3:2006, EN 61326-1:2005 electromagnetic compatibility standards
Monitor conforms to the regulations of IEC 61010-1:2001 MOD ( safety requirements)
|Type of registered radiation||gamma-neutron|
|Number of detection units||2|
|Maximum speed, km/h||5|
|Minimum detectable quantities of radioactive materials, control zone 1x2 m.:
|Minimum detectable quantities of radioactive materials, control zone 1,5x2 m.:
|Energy range||0.02 to 3.0 MeV|
|PC communication||Ethernet port by means of a cable up to 100 m in length|
|Alarm Type||light, audio|
|Operating temperature||-30... + 50 °C|
|Humidity||up to 98% at 40 °C and colder, no moisture|
|Atmospheric pressure||from 84 to 106,7 kPa|
|Mean service lifetime||no less than 8 years|
|Mean recovery time||no more than 60 min|
|Mean time between failures||no less than 10000 hours|