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The Radalert HAC001 is a general purpose geiger counter that measures alpha, beta, gamma, and X-radiation. Exciting new features of the Radalert 100™ (which is the upgraded version of the popular Radalert 50™), include a three-second update and a utility menu that allows you to change the default settings for several operating parameters. Its digital liquid crystal display (LCD) shows the current radiation level in your choice of milliroentgens per hour from .001 to 110 or counts per minute (cpm) from 0 to 350,000. When SI units are selected, the LCD shows readings in microsieverts per hour from .01 to 1100 or counts per second (cps) from 0 to 3,500. This instrument also offers an accumulated total and timer function, up to 9,999,000 counts and 40 hours.
*Without Auto Alert Function.The CRM-100™ is a general purpose geiger counter that measures alpha, beta, gamma, and x-radiation. It is intended for personal safety and educational purposes. Like the popular Radalert 100™, the CRM-100™ features a 3-second update on its digital liquid crystal display (LCD). The LCD shows the current radiation level in your choice of milliroentgens per hour from .001 to 110 or counts per minute (cpm) from 0 to 350,000. When SI units are selected, the LCD shows readings in microsieverts per hour from .01 to 1100 or counts per second (cps) from 0 to 3,500. This instrument also offers an accumulated total and timer function, up to 9,999,000 counts and 40 hours. A red LED blinks and a beeper chirps with each count (the chirp can be muted).
You can configure the program so that a Radiation Alert executes a computer program or batch file, and/or sets voltage to another serial port on the computer to trigger a relay switch that stops a machine, for instance. Pleasing interface, including and easy to understand running total and summary of Radiation Count data, attractive 3D graphing, a flashing LED with each radiation count, and handy speed buttons. Identify your monitoring station and associated data records, including graphs and spreadsheets, by the Person Monitoring, Location, Altitude, Geiger Counter Model, etc. The count data for each minute is recorded on an Internal Spreadsheet, and you can make notes for each of those minutes for analysis that you may be conducting. The program also saves the radiation count data every minute to a text file that can be exported to an external spreadsheet program such as Excel or Lotus 123 for further analysis. GeigerGraph also incorporates a simulation designed to mimic the recording and graphing of radiation counts in the instance where you have no compatible digital Geiger counter plugged into your computer to...
Product Description Quickly alerts the user to the presence of harmful levels of nuclear radiation Improves safety in the laboratory and in the field Automatically compensates for GM tube dead time Will not jam in high radiation fields CE Certified, RoHS Compliant & Meets WEEE standards
Four-digit, LCD display External probe detects low levels of alpha and beta particles, gamma and x-rays for a range of ionizing radiation type detection Red count light and beeper indicate each ionizing radiation change event Comes with a carrying case that provides open access to the display window and operation panel, and has a probe cover that protects the detector, and allows for one-handed operation 1 year limited warranty