RGR-100™

High Sensitivity Military Remote Sensor
Manufactured by: The Health Physics Divison
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RGR-100™

High Sensitivity Military Remote Sensor
Manufactured by: The Health Physics Division
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Detects and quantifies prompt gamma and neutron dose as well as residual gamma dose and dose rate in support of both tactical and non-tactical use.

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Features

  • Detects and quantifies prompt gamma and neutron dose as well as residual gamma dose and dose rate
  • Uses time tested “Time-to­ Count” technology
  • Sensor only version, derived from the AN/UDR14™, RGU-100™ Pocket Radiacs
  • Simple integration within remote controlling systems
  • Secure data tracking

Description

The RGR-100 Military Remote Radiac Sensor detects and quantifies prompt gamma and neutron dose as well as residual gamma dose and dose rate in support of both tactical and non-tactical use.

It has the same radiological features as the AN/UDR14 or RGU-100 Pocket Radiacs but doesn’t have any display, keypad and batteries.

Its wide dynamic ranges based on the unique Time To Count (TTC) technology for dose and dose rate and ability to measure prompt as well as residual gamma radiation make it an essential tool for harsh environment where a remote radiological detector is required.

This simple rugged compact device is easily connectable to an external controller for remote read-out for dose and dose rate tracking systems.

An RS-232 port that resides in the RGR-100 device enables its data to be accessed by a computer. The same connector is used to provide the external power to the unit. It can be used on unmanned vehicles, drones or robots for remote monitoring applications.

It also lends itself for internal monitoring when mounted inside a vehicle/aircraft as part of an integrated monitoring system. When multiple units are mounted outside a vehicle it can be used to determine directionality of the radiation field.

Using the RS-232 port enables the next parameters to be read out:

  • Filtered Dose Rate
  • Unfiltered Dose Rate
  • Mission Dose
  • Time
  • Alarms (D dose, R Rate)


It can be used for efficient dose or dose rate mapping during an intervention or dose management of personnel during a mission. The port may also be used to reset the accumulated dose to zero before an intervention, or for configuration of the device ensuring proper alarm setting parameters.

Additional Information

Key Benefits

  • Small size and weight
  • RS-232 sub-D computer interface towards automated read out systems
  • Ease of use for setup and read out, by simple Rx/Tx commands


Applications

  • Unmanned vehicles or drones
  • Aircraft and vehicle

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