New & Used Radiation Counter

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Device: Radiation Counter
Manufacturer: Berthold Technologies
Model: LB 123 UMo
Location: Austria, Lower Ausria
1,203
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2009

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Device: Radiation Counter
Manufacturer: Ludlum
Model: 14C
Location: United States, Florida
600
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Device: Radiation Counter
Manufacturer: Rados Technology
Model: RDS-80
Location: United States, California
1,115
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2011

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Device: Radiation Counter
Manufacturer: Victoreen
Model: 450P
Location: United States, Ohio
600
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Device: Radiation Counter
Manufacturer: Victoreen
Model: CDV-700 6B
Location: United States, Florida
600
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Device: Radiation Counter
Manufacturer: Rados Technology
Model: RAD-60
Location: United States, California
443
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2011

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Device: Radiation Counter
Manufacturer: Beckman
Model: LS 5000TA
Location: United States, California
500
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Device: Radiation Counter
Manufacturer: Fluke Biomedical
Model: DPM2Plus
Location: United States, Vermont
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Radiation Counter may also be referred to as :

Radiation Meter | Radiation Detector | Radiation Counter | Geiger Meter | Geiger Counter | Gas-Filled Radiation Survey Meter, Geiger-Muller | Radiation Survey Meter, Geiger-Muller
 

Tips for buying Radiation Counter

  1. For detailed calibration requirements of specific survey meters, facilities should contact the appropriate regulatory agencies.
  2. All radiation counters should have an audio speaker.
  3. These radiation counter units should detect, at minimum, gamma and x-ray radiation, with a shorter response time than 20 seconds.
  4. Radiation counters that are battery-powered should provide a low-battery alarm - visible and audible - to alert when battery voltage falls below the level needed for an adequate operation.
Read more valuable tips on the Medical Equipment Buying Guide by MedWOW >>