GQ GMC-320Plus Radiation Detector
GQ GMC-320Plus Radiation Detector is a portable nuclear radiation detector that detects x-rays, beta, gamma rays which can be used for a continuous radiation monitor, radiation scanner, or as a personal dosimeter.
Applications: Scrap Metal testing, Real-time testing evaluation, scientific testing on building material, In-hospital industry like radiation therapy monitor.
GQ GMC-320Plus Radiation Detector is a new model from GQ Electronics which detects nuclear radiation. This Radiation Detector is used for continuous nuclear radiation monitoring. This radiation detector is an enhanced version of GMC-300 plus. It has new features added from the previous model such as a new graphic type, analog data port output, front LED indicator. It is designed in such a way to be a portable, convenient device and comes up with built-in audio and video signals. And used for radiation detection as well as monitoring both indoor and outdoor environments. It continuously monitors and records data automatically. It stores the information into internal storage.
This Radiation scanner can view and download the data when connected to a pc and later you can use it for analysis. GMC 320 Plus Geiger Counter Radiation Monitor has a USB Port that allows connecting to pc or external power supply which means you can charge the internal battery. This radiation detector detects and visualizes nuclear radiation in real-time and records the data accordingly for future analysis.
Features of Radiation Detector:
- Independent scale
- Fast reading
- Data logging record and can be checked later
- Large display which provides more information
- Backlight and contrast adjustments
- GMC data viewer which is compatible with ios.
- open protocol.
GMC – 320 plus
Back lighted and LCD dot matrix
x-ray, gamma, beta
Beta, Gamma, and X-Ray
|Range of x-ray||
0.03 to 3.0 MeV
|Range of Beta Radiation||
0.25 to 3.5 MeV
|Range of gamma Radiation||
0.1 to 1.25 MeV
1M byte data storage
3.7v Li-Ion Battery
|Range of Dose rate indication||
0.00 to 327.99 µSv/h 0.00 to 32.99 mRem/h
|Gamma Radiation Sensitivity||
0.1 ~ 1 MeV
< 0,2 pulses/s
3.6 – 3.7V
0 to 65535 CPM 0.00 to 327.6 mRm/h
There are no reviews yet.