Rad-60 Alarming Dosimeter
Rad-60 Alarming Dosimeter
Rad-60 Alarming Dosimeter
Rad-60 Alarming Dosimeter
Rad-60 Alarming Dosimeter
Rad-60 Alarming Dosimeter

The RAD-60 is a Personal Alarming Radiation Dosimeter. It’s a precise and reliable instrument for ensuring the safety of personnel. Ideally, the RAD-60 is used in stand-alone conditions for everyday radiation monitoring . The RAD-60 can also be switched into System Mode, for the purpose of tracking Personnel Dose records and generating compliance reports.

The design includes state-of-the-art technology with built in memory for retrieving dose, even during power-down. It eliminates outside interference from shock and RF. The RAD-60 is easily programmed by the user, has a digital display, and operates with a single AAA alkaline battery.

With the push of a button, you can turn the unit on/off, change the digital display to read dose or dose rate, select from several dose and dose rate alarm levels, turn the chirp function on/off, reset the integrated dose, and perform battery tests. The large digital display gives instant dose or dose rate readings with a loud audible alarm.

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Specifications

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Detector

Energy compensated Si-Diode

Measurement Range

Dose: 1 uSv – 9.99 Sv or 0.1 mrem – 999 rem

Energy Response

Hp(10), 60 keV – 3 MeV, better than + or – 25%, up to 6 MeV, better than + or – 35%

Dose Rate

5 uSv/h – 3 Sv/h or 0.5 mrem/h – 300 rem/h

Dose Rate Linearity

Better than + or – 15% up to 3 Sv/h (300 rem/h)

Calibration

Better than + or -5% (Cs-137, 662 keV at 2 mSv/h), Hp(10)

Button Functions

Front panel button has the following functions:

change display priority (dose/dose rate)
switch ON/OFF
chirp ON/OFF
reset integrated dose
change alarm thresholds
activate battery test

Audible Alarms

Seven separate alarms, sound level typically better than 85 dBA at 30 cm

integrated dose
dose rate
dose overflow
dose rate overflow at 3 Sv/h or 300 rem/h
low battery 1 and 2
defect

Alarm Thresholds

Six preset values each for integrated dose and dose rate-push button selection

Connectors

Infrared communication via bottom of the dosimeter

Power Requirements

One triple A alkaline cell, typical life is 1800 hours in background (dose mode)

Temperature Range

-20 – + 50° C operational, humidity up to 90% RH, non-condensed -20 – + 70° C storing

Weight

80 g (including battery)

Size

78  x 67 x 22 mm

Includes

AAA Battery, Certificate of Conformance

Options

Carry Case , ADR-1 Configuration Kit

Warranty

1 Year Limited