X-Ray and Gamma Personal Dosimeter Polimaster PM1610A
Electronic personal dosimeter PM1610A provides measurement of dose equivalent (DE) and dose equivalent rate (DER) of continuous and pulsed X-ray and gamma radiation in the energy range from 20 keV to 10 MeV, as well as time of dose accumulation.
Instruments have audible, visual and vibration alarms to warn the user when preset dose/dose rate threshold levels are exceeded.
Shockproof rubberized case and LCD with fluorescent backlight allows operation in harsh environment.
Dosimeter is compact and easy in use, have long life built-in rechargeable battery.
PM1610A is recommended for use by medical professionals, first responders, customs and border patrol, radiological and radioisotope laboratories, professionals exposed to pulse radiation.
- Detector: Geiger-Muller tube.
- Dose equivalent rate (DER) measurement range: 0.1 µSv/h to 10.0 Sv/h.
- DER indication range: 0.01 µSv/h to 12.0 Sv/h.
- DER measurement accuracy: ±(15+0.0015/Ḣ)% (in range 0.1 µSv/h - 10 Sv/h, where Ḣ - dose rate in mSv/h)
- DE measurement range:
- continuous photon radiation: 0.05 µSv to 10.0 Sv.
- pulsed photon radiation: 10 µSv to 10.0 Sv.
- DE indication range: 0.001 µSv to 12.0 Sv.
- DE measurement accuracy: ± 20 %.
- Energy range: 0.02 to 10.0 MeV.
- Energy response relative to 0.662 MeV:
- from 20 to 33 keV: 60 %.
- from 33 to 48 keV: 40 %.
- from 48 keV to 3 MeV: 30 %.
- from 3 to 10 MeV: 50 %.
- PC communication: USB.
- Power supply: built-in rechargeable battery (502030 240mAh MOBILE STAR).
- Battery lifetime: average DER not more than 0.3 µSv/h, backlight, audible, light and vibration alarms activated for not more than 20 s/24 hours: 1 month.
- Ingress protection: IP65.
- Drop test on concrete floor : 1.5 m onto hard wooden surface.
- Dimensions: 58 x 59 x 20 mm (2 2/7'' x 2 2/7'' x 5/7'').
- Weight: no more 0.07 kg (2.5 oz).
- Alarm Type: visual, audio, vibration.
- Mean service lifetime: 10 years.
- Mean recovery time: 60 min.
- Operating temperature: -20 °С to + 50 °С.
- Humidity: 98 % at 35 °С.
- Atmospheric pressure: 84 to 106.7 kPa.