Area radiation detector 960 series
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The Model 960 Series is highly modular to meet a wide variety of radiation instrument control needs. Each Model 960 Series consists of a wall, skid, or rack mounted enclosure containing combinations of the Model 960 Series modules as described in the following paragraphs. Key Features IEEE 323 (1983) qualified IEEE 344 (1975) qualified Modular design Microprocessor based Analog outputs for recorder, remote display, and computer Fail safe DPDT relay contact outputs for warn, high, fail, and auxiliary functions The 960 Series Digital Radiation Monitoring System (DRMD) is a versatile radiation instrument controller which has been widely used in nuclear power plants throughout the world. It can be used as a local control unit (LCU) on the plant floor in its NEMA 4 or NEMA 12 type housing, or rack mounted in the control room. It can also be interfaced with a supervisory computer for remote control and supervision. The 960 Series has been qualified to meet IEEE 323 (1983) environmental and IEEE 344 (1975) seismic standards. It can also be configured to meet Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Regulatory Guide 1.75 for physical separation and fiber optic electrical isolation. The 960 firmware has been validated and verified in conformance with IEEE standard 730 (1984). Digital data acquisition and control system Compatible with all detector/sampler assemblies Meets requirements of NRC Re. Guide 1.75 Process control capability Custom configuration


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