dose-rate meter

dose-rate meter

[′dōs ‚rāt ‚mēd·ər]
(nucleonics)
An instrument that measures radiation dose rate.
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The home-makeable Kearny Fallout Meter (KFM), (3) also a dose-rate meter employing an ionization chamber, is an expedient that is useful for education or in monitoring exposure within an otherwise unequipped shelter, but it is not rugged enough for field use.
The NukAlert is a dose-rate meter of moderate cost, small enough to be carried on a keychain, that emits audible "chirps" indicating dose levels in the range of 0.
These are dose-rate meters, so that cumulative personal exposure must be estimated by multiplying the dose-rate by the time exposed.