Aegis

Portable HPGe Spectrometer
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Aegis

Portable HPGe Spectrometer
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The Aegis Portable HPGe Spectrometer is the newest transportable, battery-powered HPGe gamma spectrometer in Mirion’s portfolio.

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Features

  • Thermal-cycle free cryostat
  • Laboratory-grade energy resolution
  • Choice of large 40% and 50% HPGe crystals
  • RDC option enabling backshielding
  • Easy to deploy all-in-one design
  • System control via Genie™ 2000 software
  • Designed to meet IP65 ingress protection rating
  • Operational in -20 °C to 50 °C (-4 °F to 122 °F) ambient temperature when cooled down

 

Benefits

  • Wide energy range covering most all field situations and many lab applications
  • Built-in UPS and thermal-cycle free cryostat for maximum operational time
  • Compatible with the Canberra™ ISOCS™ cart
  • Multi-use (lab, ISOCS cart, mobile units, field)
  • Allows rapid in-field ISOCS/LabSOCS™ efficiency calculations without sources for wide range of simple and complicated geometries
  • Deployable in heavy rain and dusty environments
  • No risk of internal contamination

 

Description

The Aegis Portable HPGe Spectrometer is the newest transportable, battery-powered HPGe gamma spectrometer in Mirion’s portfolio. Like its Falcon 5000® predecessor, it offers many state-of-the-art features, such as a thermal-cycle free cryostat, an integrated all-in-one design and laboratory-grade energy resolution. All this, however, is now also combined with larger HPGe crystals and the option to provide the portable spectrometer with a Remote Detector Chamber (RDC) cryostat (enabling detector backshielding). All these features make the Aegis spectrometer easily deployable for multiple use in the field … and in the lab.

With the IP65 design and no cooling fans, the system can be deployed without any problem in heavy rain conditions and dusty environments without the risk of contaminating any internal parts. The exterior surface is designed such that it can be easily decontaminated and put back into service quickly. With the integration of a highly efficient cooler, the detector can remain cooled down in a wide ambient temperature range up to 50 °C (or 122 °F).