Fluke 481 Radiation Detection Meter, LCD Display, -4 to 122 Degrees F Operating Temperature
Detects skin-dose (beta particle) and deep-dose (gamma) and X-ray radioactivity
Requires no adjustments; simple 2 button process
Provides promptly read, correct value through auto ranging capability
Easily visible inside truck trailers and other low-light situations with automated backlight
Works dependably inside or outside thanks to sealed case
Details: Fluke 481 radiation detection meter is a portable and practical means for discovering irradiated goods and for helping remediate contaminant and safety issues while minimally affecting performances. Ideal for detecting irradiated goods, equipment, surfaces or environments in industrial settings, the 481 radiation meter helps ascertain worker safety and compliance to federal regulations. Use of Fluke 481 assures employees that radiation dangers are known, monitored and calculated for their security. Whenever radiation is found, a clear and quantifiable result provides handlers to comply with federal guidelines while avoiding unnecessary steps that could stop procedures, impact productivity or lead to missed revenue. 30 Percent more precise than other available meters. Delivers more than 1 week of uninterrupted functioning with 2 9-volt alkaline batteries. Proven in use by state and local governmental emergency response professionals, state inspectors, Hazmat teams and nuclear power workers. Measures both dose and dose-rate. Valuable for contamination-detection, general radiation area metering, radiation-level monitoring and hazardous materials assessment. Rugged fluke design. Radiation detected: Beta more than 100 keV and Gamma more than 7 keV. Within 10 percent of readings between 10 percent and 100 percent of full scale indication on any range, exclusive of energy response accuracy. Auto-zeroing, auto-ranging and auto-backlight. 1 minute warm-up time. Battery life: 4+ hours continuous use per battery pack (assumes 50 percent brightness of LCD). 0 to 100 percent (at 140 degree F) relative humidity. Geotropism: greater than 1 percent.