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This is a Plastic Scintillation Survey Meter for Beta (and Gamma) with a large window. The large window employs RUGGED SCINTI in which a plastic scintillator coated with special film.
Comparing with aluminized film, RUGGED SCINTI is able to improve the strength and durability of window.


Radiation detected Beta (and Gamma)
Detector RUGGED SCINTI (2 in 1 Plastic Scintillation + film)
Acccuracy Analog ±3% of any maximum scale
±10% for the reference
Degital ±3%±1 digit for the reference
Instrument efficiency 45%/2π±25% (36Cl, at 5mm)
Display Analog 0 to 300, 1k, 3k, 10k, 30k, 100kmin-1
Degital 0 to 999min-1, 1.00 to 9.99kmin-1, 10.0 to 99.9kmin-1
0 to 999,999 counts
Time constant 3, 10 and 30 seconds
Audible function Audible counter (with on/off), alarm indicator, battery down indicator, overload indicator
Alarm Buzzer sound and alarm indicator blinking
AUTO : Cleared automatically when count falls below the preset alarm value.
HOLD : Cleared when the RESET switch pushed.
Controls Membrane switches
Battery check By change-over of LCD (auto-indication in power-on, notify for low battery)
Detector check By change-over of LCD (auto-indication in power-on)
Time indication By change-over of LCD (auto-indication in power-on)
Memory capacity Up to 3,000 records (consisting of number, date and count rate)
Output Analog, 0 to +10mV (full scale)
Safety from falling One-touch lock attachment
Power Four C alkaline batteries
Battery life 60 hours or longer in continuous use
Environmental requirements in operation Tempareture : 5 to +35 degrees C
Humidity : 90%RH or less (Non-condensing)
Dimensions Approx. (W) 11 x (D) 30 x (H) 16 cm
Weight Approx. 1.5kg (incl. detector and batteries)

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