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