Radiological Detection System

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D-tect Systems Radiological Detection System (RDS) is a universal radiation detection system. The main feature is the Base Unit, which detects Beta and Gamma radiation, and acts as a common interface for six probes that are used for specialized radiation detection applications. ​

The Radiological Detection System was developed after the joint forces faced equipment interoperability challenges during Operation Tomodachi (the cleanup after the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan).

 

  • One of the system’s defining features is its smart probe technology.

  • Any Rad Defender probe can be connected to any Base Unit without recalibration.

  • It stores over 45 hours of data that can be transferred easily to a computer for further analysis.

  • Rad Defender is ergonomically designed and can be used with protective gloves.

  • Its stealth mode and headphone functionality improves use when in combat situations.

DATA SHEET

RDS Products

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Powerful and easy-to-use radiation detection. Powers and displays the full suite of RDS probes

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Expanded capability for detecting high energy photons and beta radiation

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Solid state neutron detection from 0.025 eV to 15 MeV

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Detect alpha and beta surface contamination

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Detect low levels of gamma radiation across a broad range of energies

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Expand the RDS capabilities with a broad range of rugged equipment options

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Small and lightweight probe for detecting alpha, beta, and gamma contamination

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Simultaneously detect low-energy x-ray and gamma radiation over four energy windows

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Learn more about the RDS operation and specifications