Detector Probes

Must have detector probes for measuring radio-active particulate pollution in air

A system for quantitative measurement of radio-activity comprises a detector probe and a counting unit. The detector probe comprises a basic detector or sensor which in response to each incident radiation, produces by itself or in conjunction with another device, an electronic signal (pulse or current) which is further processed to carry out the measurement.

Available Models:

Alpha Detector Probe Model PSI-ACD1
Beta Detector Probe Model PSI-BCD1
Gamma Detector Probe Model PSI-GCD1

Physical Design Highlights

All probes are designed to give very low background counts. All detectors are provided with drawer assemblies for easy insertion and removal of sampled filter papers and planchets. The alpha and gamma probes have protection against inadvertent exposure of Photomultiplier to ambient light.

Detector Probes

Salient Features

  • Integral drawer assembly
  • Light tight enclosures
  • Low background counts
  • Compatible with Programmable Counting System PEM- PCS 2
Detector Probes

Detailed Technical Specifications

Detector Probe Model →
Specifications ↓
Radiation detected Alpha Beta Gamma
Detector Type & Size ZnS(Ag) coupled to a PM Tube User specified size typical 51mm End window Halogen quenched GM detector
Size- 28.6 mm
NaI(Tl) coupled to a PM Tube User specified size-typical 51mm
Drawer assembly Suitable for 25mm & 50 mm Diameter sample
Operating Voltage Typically 500 - 1200 volts Typically 550 Volts DC Typically 500 - 1200 volts

BNC and Amphenol Amphenol BNC and Amphenol
Construction Powder Coated Aluminium Housing

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  • Programmable Counting System Model PSI – PCS2
  • High Voltage Power Supply Model PSI-HVPS1
  • Portable Particulate Radioactivity Sampler Model PSI–PHVS1, Model PSI–PHVS2.