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Digital Radiation Detector

Monitor 200

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The Monitor 200 measures alpha, beta, gamma, and x-rays. Its digital display shows readings in your choice of CPM, CPS, Sv/hr, mR/hr, or in accumulated counts. It has a digital display, a red count light, and a beeper that sounds with each count detected. Other features include an adjustable timer, and selectable alert. With the free Observer USB Software Family, you can set computer alarms, calibrate your instrument, and download your collected data from the internal memory for easy reporting!
Digital Radiation Detector

The Stand

For use with The Ranger and Monitor 200 Models. Whether you need to perform area monitoring or scan your hands and items for contamination, The Stand offers a convenient way for the instrument to stand vertically while leaving your hands free for other tasks. The Stand is made from electro-polished stainless steel. Double stick adhesive strips are included to mount The Stand in a permanent location.
Digital Radiation Detector

Xtreme Boot

The Xtreme boot offers maximum performance in a lightweight rugged solution for using Radiation Alert® products in the field. The Xtreme boot is designed specifically for individuals operating in tough environments, such as 1st Responders, Mining and HAZMAT crews. Made of a RoHS compliant TPE rubber, the case also offers superior grip and drop protection. The Xtreme boot is designed for use with the Ranger, Ranger EXP, and Monitor 200 Model handheld radiation detectors.

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Monitor 200 / How many data points does the Monitor 200 have in the internal memory?

The Monitor 200 has 5452 data points. For example, that is 3.79 days at 1 minute intervals.

1 save per minute is 60 save per hour. 60 saves over a 24 hour period is 1440 saves. 5452 divided by 1440 is 3.7 days.

1 save per every 10 minutes is 6 saves per hour. 6*24=144 saves. 5452 divided by 144=37 days.