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Handheld Radiation Alert Detector
The Abacus is a convenient and lightweight, handheld, digital radiation detector that works in tandem with Windows Mobile or Palm Pilot, enabling you to complete your surveys in remote or mobile locations away from the office, and save the data to the device software for later analysis.
The Abacus is also usable with a wireless Bluetooth enabled Windows desktop or notebook computer. The Windows or Palm-based computer, along with the Abacus software, provides all display and control functions.
The Abacus offer excellent sensitivity to low levels of Alpha, Gamma, and X-rays, but as a bonus, the internal "guard" detector automatically performs gamma subtraction from the "pancake" detector for unprecedented Beta sensitivity.
The included software can display a variety of units for a wide array of applications, take timed counts, control the audio of each tube, and save your surveys for easy analysis and sharing, all wirelessly with Bluetooth® right to your computer!
The Abacus also has a red count light, a beeper sound and selectable alarm thresholds for quick assessments.
A unique, ergonomically designed, comfort grip makes it easy to hold for extended periods of time. The tension-mounted swivel detector head has a wide range of motion that can be easily adjusted for use in any working environment (see photo at above right).
The Abacus also features a protective swivel head cover (see photo at left) with integrated belt clip and fold over alpha/beta window patch.
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Accessories include a special stainless steel Wipe Test Plate designed to slide easily onto the back of the Pancake Detector, positioning its circular depression for placement of a wipe directly in front of and parallel to the detector window at a fixed distance of 1 centimeter. The circular depression will accommodate wipes up to 1.75" in diameter. Add to Shopping Cart below.
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