Genie-FieldPro™

Gamma Spectroscopy Sample Counting Software
Manufactured by: The Spectroscopy Divison
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Genie-FieldPro™

Gamma Spectroscopy Sample Counting Software
Manufactured by: The Spectroscopy Division
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Genie-FieldPro software provides a powerful user interface for streamlined and simplified gamma spectroscopy sample counting.

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Features

  • Simplified user interface for gamma sample counting by non-experts
  • Uses powerful and familiar Genie™ 2000 analysis algorithms
  • Sample count time and analysis automated by user selection of sample size and matrix
  • Automated “Clear” or “Above action limit” results report generation
  • Highly visible acquisition progress bar
  • Single click operation for background check and calibration check
  • Automated sample data export to Apex-Gamma™ System for remote expert review
  • Color-coded calibration check and background check status
  • Calibration check and background check failure/ overdue lockout
  • Count-to-MDA acquisition option
  • Spectrum view option for experienced user
  • Can be used with any scintillation detector that is compatible with the Osprey® Digital Tube Base
  • Windows 10 x64 Compatible
  • Optional Camera and GPS integration for recording sample images and measurement location

Description

Genie-FieldPro software provides a powerful user interface for streamlined and simplified gamma spectroscopy sample counting. Built on top of the Genie 2000 acquisition and analysis platform, Genie-FieldPro software is designed for maximum usability by field technicians to quickly and confidently analyze samples for gamma radiation, regardless of their spectroscopy knowledge level.

Genie-FieldPro software allows users to identify a sample geometry by two customizable drop down selections (Geometry and Contents/Matrix). A Count is initiated by simply entering a sample ID number and selecting start. The count time, calibration, and analysis parameters are linked to the selection of the geometry and are automatically executed with the count. To improve traceability and confidence, the user is prompted to take a photo of the sample at the conclusion of the count. This photo is then saved alongside the spectrum file. Also, GPS information can automatically be associated with a sample count for measurements performed out of doors.

The user interface is completed with a calibration check and background check feature. These buttons will launch a pre-configured count sequence and report a pass or fail result. Failure will lock the system from further sample counting unless the check is successfully passed. The software will also maintain a schedule of when the calibration or background check is next due, and enforce the user to complete and pass these checks by locking out the system until they are executed and cleared.

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