Radiation Alert® Support

Welcome to Radiation Alert® Support. Here you’ll find product documentation, FAQs, helpful links about the use of your radiation detectors, and information about the basics of ionizing radiation.

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If you can’t find what you need in our support section, please feel free to contact our customer service department. We’ll be happy to help.

Questions

Frequently Ask Questions

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. Read More
Operation Manuals

Operation Manuals

Here you will find a full list of our Radiation Alert® Operation Manuals. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact us and we’ll get you what you need. Also, check out our Quick Start Videos to get started with your instruments. Read More
Video Quick Start Guides

Video Quick Start Guides

You will find a number of Quick Start and Support videos to help get you started with your Radiation Alert® instruments. Learn about the features and setup of your detectors, as well as tips and tricks for maintenance and care. Read More
Calibration & Service

Calibration & Service

Our radiation detector calibration service offers a calibration reminder service, industry leading support, and speedy turnaround times. We recommend that your instrument be calibrated annually from the date it was placed in service. However, certain industries or applications may require them more frequently. … Read More
Ionizing Radiation Basics

Ionizing Radiation Basics

Sometimes our instruments are purchased by individuals with no background in radiation protection. The presentation below will cover some of the basics for Ionizing Radiation, such as alpha, beta, gamma, and x-rays. Our Radiation Basics information is based on features that are available with most of our Radiation Alert® meters. It does not cover NON-ionizing radiation, such as microwaves, radio waves, and cellphones. Read More
contact

Contact Us

Our sales and support staff are ready to assist. Contact customer service for any questions about the use of your Radiation Alert® equipment. Click here for calibration questions. Read More