The radiation detector is a professional measuring device for the very precise detection of alpha, beta and gamma radiation. This radiation meter has a large measuring range and can be used for sporadic on-site measurements or for long-term measurements or monitoring. The measuring device enables a certified measurement of the natural ambient radiation and increased artificial radiation up to 500 times the legal limit value. The use cases are diverse. The radiation meter is traditionally used in nuclear power plants. It is being used more and more to test imported materials, as well as to measure food that is being irradiated. Natural radioactive radiation, such as that found near lakes, can also be accurately measured.
When testing building materials in the renovation of factories … the radiation detector naturally also does its job. Two device versions are available online: the radiation meter in the standard version as model GS1 or the same meter but with acoustic signaling (ticker) as model GS2. The measured values of the radiation can be stored in the radiation meter itself and transferred to a computer and evaluated using the data kit (software and data cable) included in the scope of delivery. A measuring device of this series is intended for stationary use. It’s the Gamma Scout Online (GS-3). This radiometer continuously sends measurement data to the PC or laptop (pulse transmission from the device to the PC every 10 / 30 or 60 seconds).