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Many answers to common questions about our radiation detectors can be found here. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for in the FAQs, feel free to submit your own question and we’ll find an answer for you if we can! You can also ask questions about each FAQ in the “Comment on this FAQ” section if you need some elaboration on the answer.

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Earlier models of the Monitor 4 and Monitor 4EC were shipped with a CD that contains the version of the software that works with your detector. If you have misplaced the CD, you can download a copy of the software that came on the disk by clicking here.

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No. You can order the RAD60 pre-programmed, however, you can only pre-program one additional setting, such as 25mR. However, if you change that alarm level to the defaults again, you lose the pre-programmed alarm setting.

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Typically, most large GM based detectors will detect 2 feet into any load of scrap metal. To perform a survey, scan with the meter window 1cm from the source and move the meter about 2 inches per second over the material you are surveying.

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It has come to our attention that the previous revision SEI Inspector Plus has a potential issue with the display freezing up and showing all zeros, while the audio and led light still respond to the counts being collected. This issue is caused by oxidation in the 2.5mm Cal Input jack, located above the 3.5mm Output Jack on the side of the unit. This can be easily repaired by plugging a 2.5mm plug into the Cal Input jack, freeing any particulates that may be causing the problem. You may have to do it a couple of times or spin the plug while it is inserted into the 2.5mm jack. This issue is not applicable to current revision SEI Inspector USB models. A video example is shown below. [yotuwp type="videos" id="w5iNruAjxyc" ]

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A "C" connector is for probes with the high voltage and the signal on the same cable, much like the RAP Probes. Some probes have separate cable for each, so the URSA-II also comes with an MHV and BNC connector. A MHV Connector for the High Voltage and the BNC Connector for the pulse.

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