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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But then she discovered a radiation meter in his cockpit registered a dose of 13 Roentgen - the equivalent of 12,000 dental X-rays.
Oddly enough, while this technique won't turn your phone into a professional-grade radiation meter, it is surprisingly effective.
The new NIM series RF radiation meter from LINK MICROTEK has been specifically designed to enable plant managers and safety professionals to take quick and easy measurements of emissions from industrial sources such as RF heat sealers, RF induction heaters and semiconductor fabrication equipment.
The robot can carry a load of 20 kilograms and is equipped with cameras and a radiation meter, expected to help workers decide which parts of buildings are safe to enter and for how long.
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.
San Diego, CA, April 16, 2010 --(PR.com)-- The SRM-3006 Selective Radiation Meter is Narda's second generation, hand-held system for performing narrowband analysis of electromagnetic fields.
The Parade Sunday supplement had instructions for making an electroscope radiation meter. Many American families built back-yard shelters, although even then they might have been considered "survival nuts," as poignantly portrayed in a classic episode of The Twilight Zone entitled "The Shelter." All states had an inventory of radiation survey instruments, which were periodically tested and calibrated.
The UK's South Staffordshire Council has invested in a Narda selective radiation meter from Link Microtek, a manufacturer of waveguide and microwave components, to allow it to conduct measurements of base station emissions.
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.
Using a radiation meter borrowed from the National radiological Protection Board, a quasi-official advisory body, Besly obtained inconclusive readings.