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Digital Radiation Detector


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The Radiation Alert® rap-rs1 and rap-rs2 are external, halogen-quenched, uncompensated GM tube with thin mica window, 1.4-2.0 mg/cm2 areal density. Effective diameter of window is 45 mm (1.75 in.). Radiation symbol on probe head label marks the center of the detector.
Digital Radiation Detector

Radiation Alert Response Kit

The Radiation Alert® Response Kit is a customizable response kit that can be configured to fit the needs of your response team. It includes a hard shell, watertight case with a shock absorbent foam interior for safe storage and transportation of a variety of 1st responded instruments. Whether you're a 1st Responder, HAZMAT crew, or a checkpoint monitor, the RRK can provide you with a strong and compact response kit to fulfill your needs.

Digital Response Kit

Items includes Geiger counters, such as, The Ranger or The Ranger EXP, RAD60 electronic alarming dosimeter, URSA-II (Universal Radiation Spectrum Analyzer)

Analog Response Kit

Items may include Geiger counters, such as, Monitor 4 or 4EC, PEN Dosimeter, and Dosimeter Charger.

Nuclide Identification Response Kit

Items may include URSA-II (Universal Radiation Spectrum Analyzer), Scintillation Probe, TDS Recon Ruggedized PDA and Check Sources

GammaPAL - Portable Radiation Food, Soil, And Liquid Laboratory

Includes: URSA-II Multi Channel Analyzer w/ GammaPAL Software | One 2X2 Nal Detector w/ C-C cable | TDS Nomad 900LE w/ Bar Code Scanner and Serial Boot | Carries 10 Empty Screw Top Marinelli Beakers | Lead Marinelli Shield Case | 1 Marinelli with K40 reference standard | 5000g Tempered Digital Scale | Sieve for Sample Collection | Small Hand Shovel | iM3075 StormCase w Wheels | The Ranger Survey Meter w/ Wipe Test Plate | Swipes |

Digital Radiation Detector

The Ranger EXP

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The Ranger EXP offers maximum performance in a lightweight, rugged solution for using your survey meter in the field. The Ranger EXP is designed specifically for individuals operating in tough environments. The small, handheld unit offers excellent sensitivity to low levels of alpha, beta, gamma, and x-rays. The digital readout is displayed with a red count light and a beeper sounds with each count detected. Other features include an adjustable timer, selectable alert, and with the free Observer USB Software Family, you can download your collected data, set alarms, and calibrate your meter!
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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Ranger EXP / How many data points does the Ranger EXP have in the internal memory?

The Ranger EXP 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.