PGIS-2.

Portable Gamma-Ray Spectrometer

Benefits.

  • Recording of full spectra
  • Real dose calculation from spectra
  • RIID
  • Automated synchronisation of data with GPS
  • Real-time display of measures data
  • Identification of man-made radionuclides
  • Light-weight, portable and user-friendly device
  • Built-in Navigation function

Key Figures.

50 kev – 3 MeV Gamma energy range

0.3 L – 1 L – 2 L Detector Volumes

Specification Highlights.

PGIS-2

  • Detector Volume 0.347 L, NaI(Tl)
  • Integrated GPS (external GPS receiver connection possible)
  • Wireless Data Logger – Android based smart phone
  • Removable handle
  • Weight 5kg (11lb)

PGIS-2-1

  • Detector Volume 1 L, Nal(TI)
  • Integrated GPS (external GPS receiver connection possible)
  • Wireless Data Logger – Android based smart phone or tablet
  • Shock absorbing detector case
  • Weight 7.5kg (16.5lb)

PGIS-2-2

  • Detector Volume 2 L, Nal(TI)
  • Integrated GPS (external GPS receiver connection possible)
  • Wireless Data Logger – Android based smart phone or tablet
  • Shock absorbing detector case
  • Weight 12kg (26.5lb)
PGIS-2

Technical Specification.

MCA Resolution 8196 channels (DSP/FPGA Technology)
Channels in use 256/512/1024
Energy detection range 50 keV to 3 MeV
Data handling Individual detector processing and calibration
Differential nonlinearity <0.1%
Integral nonlinearity <0.01%
Gain stabilization Automatic – Real time stabilization (1sec)
Dynamic throughput Up to 250,000 cps per detector
Dead time Virtually zero, achieved with digital pulse processing
Baseline restoration Digital (IPBR) Individual Pulse Baseline Restoration. The baseline is established for each individual pulse for maximum pulse height accuracy
Pulse shaping Digital Pulse Shaping
Pile up Rejection Digital (<40nS)
Data processing Data complies with NASVD processing requirements. Fully linearized output, the Poisson Distribution is unaffected
Sampling rate Dynamic mode: 1 sec; or Accumulation mode: selectable time
Power Internal LI-Ion – 24 hours run time typical
Calibration Automatic using natural background radiation, multi-peaks algorithm by statistic presence. No radioactive sources required
Dimensions and weight Depends on a configuration
System stabilization Cold startup – less than 1 min
Data output USB; Bluetooth
Radio Nuclide Identification (RIID) Norm · Industrial · Threat · Medical · Customizable
Control High level of self-diagnostics
Software Real time data acquisition, supporting software for data QC, visualization, export to ASCII (CSV), GIS, XML, or N 42.42 formats
Energy Resolution 7.5% (at 662 keV)

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