Display and control unit cannot be used independently since it is designed to display information when operates together with the external smart probes, to program its operation modes and to identify radionuclide composition.
The instrument indicates the menu and measurement results, stores the accumulated scintillation spectra in its permanent memory, enables communication with PC as well as receives GPS information and transfers data via USB and Bluetooth interfaces.
The instrument registers gamma/alpha/beta/neutron radiation (DER measurement, count rate, accumulation of the instrumental scintillation spectra of γ-radiation) by means of the external detectors. The built-in microprocessor of the instrument controls the operation modes of the instrument (depending on the type of the connected detector), the LCD backlighting, the matrix LCD, nonvolatile memory, keypad, GPS and Bluetooth modules and processes information coming from the detector. There is a built-in sound alarm speaker in the instrument.
DER measurement of photon radiation
search for photon radiation sources
measurement of α -, β - radiation flux density
registration, accumulation of the γ- radiation scintillation spectra
identification of the γ- radiation sources
programming the operation modes of the detectors
BDG1 - Nal (Ti) detector, gamma radiation detector
BDG2 - GM detector, gamma radiation detector
BDG3 - Csl(Ti) detector, gamma radiation detector
BDN - He-3 detector, neutron radiation detector
BDAB - proportional counter, alpha-beta radiation detector
Corresponds to ЕN 55022:2010 (class B) requirements by the level of emitted radio-noise
|Operation mode setup time, no more||60 s|
|Power supply||3.6 (minus 0.6; +0.7) V|
|Dimensions||155 х 85 х 38 mm|
|Mean time between failures||20000 hours|
|Mean service lifetime||10 years|
|Mean recovery time||60 min|
|Operating temperature||from -20 to +50 °С|
|Humidity||up to 95 % at 35 °С|
|Atmospheric pressure||from 84 to 106.7kPa|