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Mirion Technologies

Mirion's SU-562-2 training course provides comprehensive instruction for proper operation of the InSpector™ 1000 handheld gamma spectroscopy equipment. This course begins with an overview the InSpector 1000 hardware and a brief review of applicable radiation detection and health physics principles. This course covers routine counting operations, instrument parameter setup, and calibration with associated gamma detectors. Typical InSpector 1000 measurement applications will be discussed, including in situ measurements using sodium iodide (NaI), lanthanum bromide (LaBr), and Cadmium Zinc Telluride (CZT) detectors. Additional topics include spectral data collection, spectral file transfer, optional use of ISOCS™ efficiency calibration files, and reporting of analysis results. This course also covers various options for data analysis within Genie™ software, and use of the specialized InSpector 1000 Maintenance software. Approximately 60% of this 2-day course will be presented in lecture format, with the remaining 40% allocated for group discussion and practical exercises. Click link below for full course description

Mirion Technologies

This 3-day course covers all aspects of current version Eclipse™ operation in conjunction with Tennelec™ Alpha/Beta counters. It is an introductory course that begins with hardware familiarization and proceeds through setup, calibration, and sample counting. The course then covers more advanced functionality such as the Microsoft Access database, custom report generation, and report modification using Seagate Crystal Reports. Attendees will examine the Microsoft Access database and learn how Eclipse data is stored. Seagate Crystal Reports is discussed in-depth during the class, and multiple versions of Crystal Reports are typically presented. Crystal Reports syntax, formula editing, and advanced features will be discussed. Attendees are encouraged to bring copies of their custom reports to be reviewed and edited during the class. "Hands on" learning is encouraged, both with the hardware and the software. Hardware varies by location, but typically includes vintage Tennelec systems as well as state of the art systems. Attendees are encouraged to provide feedback as to how Eclipse is currently being used in their labs, and what changes should be made in the future. Course content will be tailored to best satisfy the needs of the individual attendees. At least 35% of the class time is dedicated to hands-on exercises. Click link below for full course description

Mirion Technologies

This 2-day course is designed to provide the Mirion iSolo® user with an in-depth understanding of the hardware and software requirements for basic system setup and operation. This 2-day course covers all aspects of iSolo operation, including hardware familiarization, system setup, calibration, and routine alpha/beta sample counting. This course introduces the iLink™ software designed to simplify setup and interface with the iSolo counter, but independent system operation is also presented and discussed. This course is presented as a combination of lectures, hands-on exercises, and group discussion. With prior approval from the instructor, the course content can be modified to feature the iMatic™ counting system instead of (or in addition to) the iSolo system. Click link below for full course description

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