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GammaEDU

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Backpack Radiation Detector

  • Portable Radiation Detection Backpack with NaI(Tl) detector coupled with GammaS-tream integrated High Voltage Power Supply, Preamplifier and digital Multi-ChannelAnalyzer for scintillation spectroscopy
  • High sensitivity radionuclide identification and quantification including a volume of 0.3 liter detector (1 liter on request)
  • Automatic synchronization with GPS navigation and positioning system for radionuclide search, detection and localization
  • Tablet including CAEN GammaEDU application
  • Full stand-alone operation with embedded CPU, data storage (SSD) unit, and power supply for up to 8 hours operation
  • Wired and wireless connectivity through USB, Ethernet, Wifi and Bluetooth interfaces

Overview

A portable detection backpack for revealing the presence of radioac-tive materials in the environment. The high efficiency of the scintilla-tion crystal allows to perform a measurement in few minutes. GammaEDU can identify industrial, medical and naturally occurring radioactive isotopes in static and dynamic acquisition.

With the GammaEdu Android application the students can acquire and analyze in real time a g-ray spectrum to get the K, U and Th abundances, keep note of the surrounding environment, take theGPS coordinates and shoot a picture of the on-going measurement.The data are saved in a kmz file ready to be visualized on Google Earth and shared on Google Drive for producing a radioactivity map of the area.

Applications

• Customs protection and border control
• Educational experiments and surveys
• Mapping of potential radon-prone areas
• Environmental monitoring in land field
• Geochemical and mineral exploration
• Scenario of emergency services
• Homeland security

Technical Specifications

Package

Portable

Weight

8.3 kg

Dimension

22 x 30 x 45 cm

Operating temperature range

-10° C to 50° C, Humidity <95% non-condensing

Naturally occurring isotopes

40K, 208Tl, 214Bi, 226Ra, 228Ra, 238U, 232Th

Dose rate upper limit

40 mSv/h

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