Mobile Radiation Detector
- Vehicle / Robot Mounted Radiation Detectors
- Choose Up To 7 Beta-gamma &/or Neutron Detectors
- Detects Beta-gamma Radiation & Neutrons.
- Simultaneous Detection With 4 Detectors
- Optional: Simultaneous 7 Detectors
- Sensitive - 1μR/hr Resolution
- Rugged, Splash Proof
- Wide Measurement Range
- Data Download:pc / Computer (Morad & Super Morad)
- Optional: Wireless Remote Access
- Remote Access Available
- User Settable Alarm Levels
- Small Size – Morad Super Morad
- Slip In Self-contained Modular Unit For Van Or Truck with All Features Including Air & Water Sampling, MCA, Electronics – Computer Hub FM 9-HUB
- Targeted and Omni-Directional Detectors
- Optional GPS (Morad); Built-in GPS (Super Morad)
- Scrap Yards - Collection Services
- Landfills - Demolition
- Fire - Nuclear Power Plant
- Military / Government Agencies Police
Landfills, scrap yards, recycling centers, demolitions and collection services are industries at great risk for coming into contact with radioactive contamination. The high cost and specific laws for disposal of radioactive waste are often deterrents to proper disposal.
When the police get a call out to a suspected dirty bomb or nuclear device site, they need maps showing long-standing radiation levels at each point, as well as current radiation levels. This valuable information is available with the use of the MoRad Radiation Detection instrument.
Power: Vehicle, battery or AC
Detects: Neutron, Gamma, with optional Alpha and Beta probes
Detectors: Rugged with mounting brackets and appropriate cabling
Supports: Alpha / Beta Air Monitor
Display: Directly to a laptop or SELF-CONTAINED UNIT – SUPER MORAD
Data Download: USB ports on both models: MoRad and Super MoRAD
Sensitivity: Usable Probes Cover Range: 1uR/hr to 1000 R/hr; 0 to 30,000 Cps; 0.1 mRem/hr to 10 Rem/hr. Please see the following chart.
For product information please see the attached pdf below.
Customized Emergency Response
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