Ionising radiation detector 943-27-31
for medical applicationsfor the pharmaceutical industry

ionising radiation detector
ionising radiation detector
ionising radiation detector
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ionising radiation
for medical applications, for the pharmaceutical industry


The Model 943-27 Current Mode Beta Scintillation Detector uses a calcium fluoride scintillation crystal to convert beta radiation into visible light. Key Features Ultra thin titanium end window for durability Operates in the current mode to measure 1 x 105 µCi/cc Measures output current up to 1 mA RS-232 and “VICO loop” serial data port + 15 to - 15 VDC "1" to "0" transitions for improved noise immunity On board DC voltage regulators Microprocessor controlled, digital electrometer LED operational status indicators Drives up to 3,000 ft of cable Used with Model 960 System or 946A UDR Regulatory Guide 1.97 requires operating Reactors to monitor the noble gas fission products released to the environment over the range on 1.0E-6 up to 1.0E+5 µCi/cc. Pulse mode scintillation detectors, which are designed to maximize their response to extremely small amounts of radioactive gasses, have the ability to operate over a range of 1.0E-6 up to 1.0E+0 µCi/cc. To meet the requirements of Regulatory Guide 1.97, the Model 943-27 Current Mode Beta Scintillation Detector with digital preamplifier were developed by Cardinal Health. By using the Model 943-27 Current Mode Detector, in conjunction with a standard pulse mode detector, noble gas monitoring over a range of 1 x 10-6 to 1 x 105 µCi/cc is achieved. Beta scintillation detector Detects beta emitting fission products Used for accident range applications Converts detector output current into serial data Serial data communication device


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