MKS-07N SURVEY METER / DKG-07BS (stationary)
Measurement of ambient equivalent dose rate and ambient equivalent dose of gamma radiation, measurement of alpha and beta particles flux density.
The survey meter is used for operative grounds inspection for radiation (for example during radiation mapping) as well as for detecting and monitoring clothes, equipment and facilities for radioactive contamination.
The design of the survey meter includes Control Unit and remote alpha, beta particles and X-, gamma-rays detection units. A modular design provides flexibility making the survey meter easier to suite customer’s needs by choosing proper detection modules.
The Control Unit has built-in GM counter, large illuminated LED display, external battery compartment for operation in extremely cold environment (below -30°C).
All the units have metallic enclose cases. They are supposed to operate in the environmental conditions with ambient temperature from – 40°C to +55°C and up to 98% humidity at 35°C. The Control Unit has ingress protection IP66.
The survey meter provides sound and light alarms triggered by radiation when exceeding some preset thresholds, it is capable to keep in memory up to 500 results of measurements, it has a screen backlight.
The precision of output data can be evaluated by using the estimated random error being provided along with the measurement results.
The device has RS-232 serial interface for data transfer.
The survey meter can be used on board of a vehicle in move for both manual measurements and automated data acquisition.
Detection units can be changed by spare or same type parts without additional calibration and verification.
Attention! Sound adapter for MKS-07Н is intended for direct transfer to the operator of audio-visual information about the count rate on the detectors of the remote detection unit BDKS-07 with the help of headphones and a bright led. This allows effective, convenient and quick search of radioactive anomalies; and makes it possible to control audially small changes of gamma radiation (background). The adapter can be used both in normal and search modes (see section *** of the OM), that enables the operator to measure the dose rate of gamma radiation or fluence density of beta-particles at the points of anomalies without switching the modes.
– Control Unit MKS-07N
– Detection Units BDPA-07
– Detection Units BDPB-07
– Detection Units BDPG-07
– Detection Units BDKS-07
– External battery compartment
– Adapter and Power adapter
– Telescopic pole
– Case for storage and transportation
– Sounds adapter for MKS-07N