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Portable Radio Isotope Detection and Identifier (PRID)

Portable Isotope Identifier (3” x 3” NAI version)

1 Portable Isotope Identifier (3” x 3” NAI version)

Portable Isotope Identifier (3” x 3” NAI version)

2 Portable Isotope Identifier (3” x 3” NAI version)

The PRID system detects and identifies multiple radio-nuclides, reports quantified results using field strength analysis and stores results & spectrum in computer readable file format. The instrument can be operated in the Identifier, MCA, and Dosimeter mode. It performs all task required for infield survey, detection & quantification of radioisotopes. The instrument features password protected Administrative mode of operation allowing super user to set and modify the desired internal configuration of the instrument. The instrument can communicate using RS-232 protocol with remote computer. The stored files can be processed with BARC-PHAST (quantitative analysis) software for advance analysis in offline mode.

Portable Isotope Identifier (3” x 3” NAI version)

1 Portable Isotope Identifier (3” x 3” NAI version)

Portable Isotope Identifier (3” x 3” NAI version)

2 Portable Isotope Identifier (3” x 3” NAI version)

The Portable Radioisotope Identification (PRID) system detects and identifies multiple radionuclide, provides quantified results using field strength analysis and stores the results & spectrum for future reference.

Salient Features

  • Ability to identify up to 20 Radionuclide (easily expandable).
  • Useful energy range extends from 150 KeV to 3 Mev with saturation field strength of 2000 µR/Hr for Cs-137.
  • Online background cancellation and dead time correction.
  • Individual cutoff for each radionuclide for identification.
  • Minimum detection time of one second.
  • Ability to work in Identifier, MCA and Dosimeter modes.
  • RS-232 based communication for transfer of data to P.C.
  • ANSI N42.34 - 2006 compliant features.

Applications

  • Isotope identifier finds applications for ascertaining radioactive contamination for public safety;   eg. scrap disposals besides other applications.


Portable Isotope Identifier (3” x 3” NAI version)

1 Portable Isotope Identifier (3” x 3” NAI version)

Portable Isotope Identifier (3” x 3” NAI version)

2 Portable Isotope Identifier (3” x 3” NAI version)

Introduction

The Portable Radioisotope Identification (PRID) system detects and identifies multiple radionuclide, provides quantified results using field strength analysis and stores the results & spectrum for future reference. It can be operated in various modes as Identifier mode, MCA mode, Transfer stored spectrum mode, Administrator mode and Dosimeter mode.

Salient Features

  • Ability to identify up to 20 Radionuclide (easily expandable).
  • Useful energy range extends from 150 KeV to 3 Mev with saturation field strength of 2000 µR/Hr for Cs-137.
  • Online background cancellation and dead time correction.
  • Individual cutoff for each radionuclide for identification.
  • Minimum detection time of one second.
  • 3.5" 320 X 240 color TFT LCD display.
  • Ability to work in Identifier, MCA and Dosimeter modes.
  • RS-232 based communication for transfer of data to P.C.
  • ANSI N42.34 - 2006 compliant features.
  • Menu driven structure with seven keys for operation of instrument.
  • 15 hours continuous operation battery life.

Working Principle

It consists of the spectrometer electronics, the gamma ray detector (attached inside the module) The HV module (installed on the rear end of the instrument), two-battery pack (installed in the sides of the instrument), an AC power adapter for battery charger ) and optional devices / software.


Applications

The Portable Radioisotope Detection and Identification (PRID) system finds applications for ascertaining radioactive contamination mainly for public safety. One of the applications in steel industry is ore and scrap handling besides other applications in various dimensions.

Space required

The space requirement is approximately 10ft X 12ft to comfortably accommodate electronics equipments as computer, soldering/rework workstation, MSP430 hardware debugging tool, pulse generator, calibrated radioactive source, NIM bin, BNC sliding pulsar, power supply, HV multimeter, oscilloscope, logic analyser etc.

Manpower Requirement

One electronics engineer having 2-3 years of experience in hardware and software. One diploma in electronics person with 2-3 years of experience and one experienced technician.

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General License Fee : ₹ 260,000.00 (Two Lakh Sixty Thousand)

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