Personal Radiation Dose Meter

Personal Radiation Dose Meter

RadEye G10 - measuring range: 0.5 µSv/h - 100 mSv/h

Approx. Weight (kg)0.16
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  • Applications: High sensitivity to low energy gamma radiation in harsh environments.
  • Audible single pulse indication and finder mode.
  • Menu-driven with an intuitive, easy-to-use format.
  • Incorporates a large energy-compensated Geiger-Mueller tube for the precise dose rate measurement of gamma and X-ray radiation.
  • Intelligent ratemeter algorithm (ADF mode) ensures that even the smallest changes in dose rate are immediately detected, while, at the same time, random fluctuations are effectively suppressed.
  • Low-power-technology components and fully automated self-checks result in minimum maintenance.
  • Equipped with large clear graphic display and audible/visible/vibrating alarms; earphone-output for silent alarming.
  • Removable rubber sleeve for extra protection.
  • All essential functions are easily accessed by users wearing protective gloves.
  • Alarm LED can be seen while instrument is housed in belt holster; also features built-in vibrating alarm.
  • Earphone output for operation in loud environments.
  • Large graphic display with clear prefix and bar graph.

    • Measured quantity: Ambient equivalent dose and dose rate, H*(10)
    • Energy range: 50keV - 3MeV (according to IEC 60846-1)
    • Measuring range: 0.5 µSv/h - 100 mSv/h
    • Display range starts at 0.01 µSv/h
    • Sensitivity: Approx. 1.7 s-1/µSv/h for photon radiation 660 keV (Cs-137)
    • Overrange indication: starting at 100 mSv/h up to 10 Sv/h

Energy-compensated Geiger-Mueller tube
Personal Dose Rate Meter
50 keV to 3 MeV in accordance with IEC 60846-1 (incl. angular dependency)
H*(10) up to 10 Sv
IP 65 according to EN 60529
3.78 x 1.25 x 2.4 in. (9.6 x 3.1 x 6.1 cm)
RadEye G-10 with Red Label
0.5 µSv/h to 100 mSv/h
[50 urem/h - 10 rem/h]
900 hours
For Cs-137 (66keV): 17 cps per µSv/h
up to 10 Sv/h
H*(10) in Sv and Sv/h