Radiation Meter

Radiation Meter

 

an instrument for measuring the activity, or number of radioactive decay events per unit time, of radioactive sources.

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Really, that's the point here: The best radiation meter by far is the one that you have with you, even if it isn't very good.
Each collar fitted on the monkey would be equipped with a small radiation meter and a Global Positioning System (GPS) transmitter, and can be unclipped by remote control system.
com)-- The SRM-3006 Selective Radiation Meter is Narda's second generation, hand-held system for performing narrowband analysis of electromagnetic fields.
A few years ago, he was looking to purchase a dream bike but he placed the ELF EMF radiation meter over one of the seats of an idling bike and was shocked at the extremely high radiation readings.
The Parade Sunday supplement had instructions for making an electroscope radiation meter.
In one, there is a radiation meter indicating the level directly outside, in another a solitary reversible safety jacket hangs forlornly on a coat stand.
Based on the outstanding chemical detection capability with low false positive alarm rates of its well-proven RAID-M ion mobility spectrometer, and the superior gamma detection capability of its SVG-2 radiation meter, Bruker Daltonics introduces the new RAID-XP today at the 8th International Symposium on Protection against Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents in Gothenburg.
Calibration of temperature sensors Diagnosis - Sensor exposure for PV (pyranometer, the intensity of solar radiation meter with recording, experimental hybrid solar system,
Unlike the original KFM kit that takes hours to build, the Kearny Ready-To-Use radiation meter can be used for testing as soon as it is unpacked from the Radiation Ready(TM) Dry Storage Pack.
The radiation meter currently used was developed to CDRH specifications and has an exposure range of 0.
BNC), a leading manufacturer of precision radiation detection instruments, has announced the release of the palmRad 904 Nuclear Radiation Meter, the latest development in general purpose geiger-meuller radiation monitoring technology.
We are planning a radiation meter station project to monitor this.