Model 14C Survey Meter with Pancake GM Probe with Exposure Filter

051-013 Model 14C Survey Meter with Pancake GM Probe
The Model 14C Survey Meter meets the essential monitoring and surveying needs of most nuclear medicine facilities. The exposure filter flattens the response for energies between 33 keV to 1.2 MeV. For background readings, the unit’s built-in GM detector handles counts up to 2 R/hr. For beta emitters, the pancake probe has approximately twice the counting efficiency as an end-window detector. For high-range gamma detection, the internal detector with the x1000 multiplier range is used.
Satisfies NRC requirements for nuclear medicine departments
Monitors alpha, beta, and gamma
0-2 R/hr range
External pancake GM probe with exposure filter (39″ cable included)
Internal energy compensated GM detector
Five counting scales (x0.1, x1, x10, x100, x1000)
Survey Meter:
Compatible Detector: GM
Meter Face: 0-2 mR/hr, 0-2 mR/hr, 0-6.6k cpm
Meter Face Dimensions: 2.43″ l x 1.43″ w (6.1 x 3.6 cm)
Multiplier Ranges: x0.1; x1; x10; x100 for external detector; x1000 for internal detector
Internal Detector: Energy-compensated GM, for high range gamma detection only; 2000 mR/hr
Reset: Push button to zero meter after over-range exposure
Sensitivity: 2100 cpm/mR/hr for Cs-137
Batteries: Two each, size “D”, typical life 600 hours
Dimensions: 8.5″ l x 3.5″ w x 6.5″ h (22 x 9 x 16.5 cm)
Weight: 3.5 lb (1.6 kg) including batteries

Pancake GM Probe:
Indicated use: Alpha, beta, and gamma surveying; sample counting
Detector: Pancake type halogen quenched GM
Window: 1.7 ±0.3 mg/cm2 mica with exposure filter
Window Diameter: 1.75″ (4 cm)
Window Area: 15.5 cm2 active, 12 cm2 open
Efficiency (4pi): 5% for C-14, 22% for Sr-90/Y-90, 19% for Tc-99, 32% for P-32, 15% for Pu-239
Dimensions: 1.8″ h x 2.7″ w x 10.7″ l (4.6 x 6.9 x 27.2 cm)
Weight: 1 lb (0.5 kg)

051-045 Survey Meter, Model 14C
Includes: Internal Energy-Compensated GM Detector, External Pancake GM Probe with Exposure Filter, cable and mounted check source (Cs-137, .25 µCi)