Dosimeters

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Medical Devices
The RaySafe Solo is designed for specific X-ray modalities where it provides the user with essential features combined with leading precision. While the RaySafe Solo shares the core technology from the market leader RaySafe Xi, it has been adapted to fit a defined need.
Covering a wide range of X-Ray and Gamma radiation detection, the DMC 3000 Electronic Dosimeter represents over 25 years of real-world electronic dosimetry experience, continually refined through customer feedback.
The MY DOSE series allows you to check at any time the accumulated amount of radiation exposure. They are designed to be placed in a pocket (chest or abdomen) of a worker who handles radiation or a person who happens to enter a radiation handling facility.
The DMC 2000S features display of dose, dose rate and programmable alarms. The DMC 2000S is user friendly, lightweight and waterproof.
The MY DOSE series allows you to check at any time the accumulated amount of radiation exposure. They are designed to be placed in a pocket (chest or abdomen) of a worker who handles radiation or a person who happens to enter a radiation handling facility.
The MY DOSE series allows you to check at any time the accumulated amount of radiation exposure. They are designed to be placed in a pocket (chest or abdomen) of a worker who handles radiation or a person who happens to enter a radiation handling facility.
The MY DOSE series allows you to check at any time the accumulated amount of radiation exposure. They are designed to be placed in a pocket (chest or abdomen) of a worker who handles radiation or a person who happens to enter a radiation handling facility.
The DMC 2000GN is a gamma neutron detection dosimeter featuring dose rate and programmable alarms. MGP Instruments offers a wide range of products which can be used together with the DMC 2000GN to create integrated dosimetry systems (reader, software, irradiator...).
RAD-60 Personal Alarm Dosimeter is a precise radiation measuring instrument for reliable detection and registration of radiation in order to ensure the personal safety of the user. It is suitable for various applications in e.g. Civil Defence, Customs operations and Nuclear industry.
RaySafe ThinX has been optimized to meet the need for a basic multi-parameter instrument for simultaneous measurement of dose, dose rate, kVp, HVL, exposure time and pulses. All parameters are conveniently displayed in the large LCD.
The MY DOSE series allows you to check at any time the accumulated amount of radiation exposure. They are designed to be placed in a pocket (chest or abdomen) of a worker who handles radiation or a person who happens to enter a radiation handling facility.
The LDM 220 is a compact and low cost dosimeter reader that communicates with the dosimeters of the DMC 2000 or SOR families in pass-by data exchange mode.
The MY DOSE series allows you to check at any time the accumulated amount of radiation exposure. They are designed to be placed in a pocket (chest or abdomen) of a worker who handles radiation or a person who happens to enter a radiation handling facility.