DIS-1H3™

Direct Ion Storage Dosimeter
Manufactured by: The Health Physics Divison
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DIS-1H3™

Direct Ion Storage Dosimeter
Manufactured by: The Health Physics Division
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Can be read infinitely and non-destructively without any loss of dose information.

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Features

  • Direct measurement of Hp(10) and Hp(3) over the entire energy range
  • Instant readout
  • Extremely easy readout process
  • Passive operation
  • Not sensitive to EM and RF interference
  • Operation at high dose rates
  • Operation at pulsed fields

Description

The Mirion DIS-1H3 personal dosimeter is based on an ionization chamber combined with a modern electronic Direct Ion Storage (DIS) memory cell. The Ion chamber is widely used as a reference detector in radiation detection and is now available in everyday dosimetry applications.

The DIS-1H3 dosimeter could be described as a passive electronic TLD or Film badge, which can be read infinitely and non-destructively without any loss of dose information. This unique feature allows the user of the DIS-1H3 dosimeter to instantly read his/her accumulated doses whenever necessary.

The DIS-1H3 dosimeter has a small, lightweight, rugged and watertight construction, which makes the DIS-1H3 unit reliable and easy to use.

The radiological range of the DIS-1H3 dosimeter covers the entire Hp(10) and Hp(3) photon and beta energies without any compromises. The wide dose and energy range, the ability to operate in pulsed fields and the performance at high dose rates make DIS-1H3 unit an ideal device for all kinds of radiation dosimetry applications. The DIS-1H3 dosimeter allows for the detection of heavy, high-energy ions and its immunity to any external interference is unequalled. There are no deviations in the dose readings even at very high EM or RF fields.

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Support Phone: +358 2 4684600

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