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Hand-held radiation monitor "GNOME-2" booklet (PDF ~ 1,26 Mb)
- scanning people, transport vehicles and railway cars that pass the checkpoints in order to prevent potential theft of nuclear and radioactive materials (SNM);
- monitoring of environment radioactive contamination (area, rooms), food products, hold up and leakage of radioactive materials from pipelines and etc.
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION: detecting SNM X- and gamma-rays in the range 40 to 3000 keV on the natural background, which is measured and taken into account during signal analysis.
COMPONENTS: ssmall-dimension remote detection unit, control unit and a coupling rod (extender).
|Detection threshold at scanning speed no more than 0.5 m/s at distance 10 cm (g)
||0,5 (U-235); 0,05 (Pu-239)
|False alarm frequency
||Set in the range 0.1 to 1.0 per minute
||4 ÀÀ batteries
|Time of continuous operation
|Operating temperature range
||-40 to +50 °Ñ
||0.75 kg (without the rod)
|Dimensions of the control unit
|Dimensions of the detection unit
- The monitor is composed of two units: remote detector and control unit that can be connected directly forming a compact monoblock or with using a 0.5...3 m long rod. This construction allows easily inspecting places, which are difficult for access.
- The monitor is equipped with the audio and digital indication. Whenever the NRM radiation exceeds the alarm threshold, the monitor makes a sound, the tonality of which changes depending on the gamma ray count rate.
- The wide operating temperature range is achieved with automatic compensation of ambient temperature effects.
- The monitor has the automatic battery discharge indication.
- The monitor can be connected to PC via a standard interface.
- The detection unit can turn on 90°.
- There is a capability to apply headphones for sound signals.
The designation in procurement orders and in documentation: "Hand-held radiation monitor "Gnome-2" ÒÌÃÈ81".
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