HRM

The Handheld Radiation Monitor (HRM) is a small, self contained gamma ray and thermal neutron radiation detector for use in the interdiction and location of nuclear materials. It was specifically designed to be easily used by trained security forces and emergency responders.The instrument uses a miniature photomultiplier tube and solid state scintillation detector combined with a high pressure Helium-3 filled proportional counter. The HRM is the size of a flashlight, and is intended to be handheld or worn on the operator’s belt in the nylon holster provided.

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+1 805 964 9507
70 South Kellogg Avenue
Goleta, CA 93117
USA
www.radiationpager.com
Manufacturer
Sensor Technology Engineering, Inc.
Product Name
HRM
Detection Category
Radiological/Nuclear;
Detection Principle
Scintillation Detectors;Helium 3 Detectors;
Detection Method
Scintillation Detectors;Helium 3 Detectors;
Application
Personal Radiation Detectors;
Equipment Type
Instrument
Product Synopsis
The Handheld Radiation Monitor (HRM) is a small, self contained gamma ray and thermal neutron radiation detector for use in the interdiction and location of nuclear materials. It was specifically designed to be easily used by trained security forces and emergency responders.The instrument uses a miniature photomultiplier tube and solid state scintillation detector combined with a high pressure Helium-3 filled proportional counter. The HRM is the size of a flashlight, and is intended to be handheld or worn on the operator’s belt in the nylon holster provided.
Availability
Commercially Available
Technology Readiness Level (TRL)
9
User Feedback Sources
Hands-on experience
Dimensions
8.3 x 2 x 1.2 in (21 x 5 x 3 cm)
Weight
<1 lb.; 13 oz (369 g) with battery
Power Requirements
Lithium Battery; 3 volt lithium size 2/3A (1 month continuous operation)
Transportability
Handheld
Ruggedness
Waterproof/Resistant; up to 66 ft.
Operating Conditions
-25 to 50°C (-13 to 122°F)
Consumables
None
Available Accessories
Belt holster
Expected Operational Life
Indefinite
Shelf Life
>5 years
Unit Cost
$5,500.00
Radiological Targets
Gamma, Neutron
Sample Introduction
Radioactive Particle
Start Up Time (From Cold Start To Sample Ready)
Seconds to minutes
Response Time (Sample Application To Output)
Continuous (<30 seconds); < 1 second
Total Run Time
Continuous
Alarm Capability
Audible, visual, vibrational
Other Operational Parameters
Gamma-ray Low Energy Cutoff: ~45 KeV
Training Required
<1 day training
Training Available
Yes
Manuals Available
Yes
Reachback Service
No
Warranties
Yes
IATA Shipping Restrictions
No
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