The Model 14C Survey Meter meets the essential monitoring and surveying
needs of most nuclear medicine facilities. The exposure filter flattens the
response for energies between 33keV to 1.2MeV.
Satisfies NRC requirements for nuclear medicine departments
• Monitoring alpha, beta and gamma
• 0‐2 R/hr range
• External pancake GM probe with exposure filter (39” cable included)
The Ranger offers maximum performance in a lightweight, rugged solution for surveying at the
facility or in the field. Internal Halogenquenched
detector, uncompensated GM tube with thin
mica window, 1.42.0
mg/cm2 areal density. Effective diameter of window is 45 mm (1.77 in.).
mR/hr ‐ .001 (1μR) to 100
CPM ‐ 0 to 350,000
μSv/hr ‐ .01 to 1000
CPS ‐ 0 to 5000
Total Counts‐ 1 to 9,999,000 counts
The new cable‐less Ludlum M26 consolidates the electronics and the detector into one
ergonomic housing. This optimized configuration incorporates a standard GM pancake
probe, loud audio “click” output and large auto‐ranging LCD display with automatic back
lighting into one convenient package, making it easier than ever to detect contamination.
• Range 1cpm to 99.9 kcpm
• Count Rate and Scaler Alarms
• Simple Setup and Use
• UserAdjustable Alarms
• UserProgrammable Units of Measurement, Either English or SI Units
• Standard Alkaline (4) "AA" Battery Power
• Measure Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Contamination
The Model 3276 is a versatile instrument that can be used for multiple radiation detection purposes. In this configuration the Model 3276 is connected to both a Model 4425 Hand Monitor Detector and a Model 4426 Foot Monitor Detector to monitor personnel for alpha, beta, and gamma contamination. An optional Model 449 Detector can also be included for frisking.
The instrument features a large backlit LCD (liquid crystal display), an audio warning, and intuitive design.