RGU-100

Formerly the UDR-15, the RGU-100 Military Pocket Radiac 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. This rugged dosimeter is equipped with a back lit LCD as well as preset audio and visual alarms that provide clear, real time indications of radiological conditions in demanding environments. The RGU-100-GO is green in color and reads in Gy units. The RGU-100-RG is gray in color and reads in R units

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Carol McGowan
Homeland Security and Defense Sales Manager
cmcgowan@mirion.com
+1 770 329 3228
5000 Highlands Parkway, Suite 150
Smyrna, GA 30082
USA
John Huppmann
jhuppmann@mirion.com
+1 865 220 6306
www.mirion.com
Manufacturer
Mirion Technologies
Product Name
RGU-100
Detection Category
Radiological/Nuclear
Detection Principle
Scintillation Detectors;
Detection Method
Scintillation Detectors;
Application
Dosimeters;Personal Radiation Detectors;
Product Model Number
RGU-100-GO, RGU-100-RG
Equipment Type
Instrument
Product Synopsis
Formerly the UDR-15, the RGU-100 Military Pocket Radiac 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. This rugged dosimeter is equipped with a back lit LCD as well as preset audio and visual alarms that provide clear, real time indications of radiological conditions in demanding environments. The RGU-100-GO is green in color and reads in Gy units. The RGU-100-RG is gray in color and reads in R units
Availability
Commercially Available
Technology Readiness Level (TRL)
9
User Feedback Sources
Indifferent/No user feedback
Dimensions
3.875 x 2.50 x 1.25 in (100 x 66 x 28 cm)
Weight
<1 lb.; 9.5 oz (270 g)
Power Requirements
Alkaline Battery; AAA battery (1,500 hours)
Transportability
Pocket Size
Ruggedness
Extreme Temperatures/Humidity; Waterproof/Resistant; Dust; Vibration/Shock; water immersion up to 3 ft for 2 hours, operates in wind to 1750 ft/min with exposure to fine dust and to 5700 ft/min to sand particles.
Operating Conditions
-51 to 50 °C (-59.8 to 122 °F)
Consumables
None
Available Accessories
Vehicle power cable, IR to USB cable
Communications Interface
RS232
Expected Operational Life
Indefinite
Shelf Life
>5 years
Unit Cost
$1,410.00
Radiological Targets
Gamma, neutron
Sample Introduction
Radioactive Particle
Sensitivity/Detection Limits
Gy; µGy
Start Up Time (From Cold Start To Sample Ready)
Seconds
Response Time (Sample Application To Output)
Continuous (<30 seconds)
Total Run Time
Continuous
Alarm Capability
Audible and visual
Software Control
PC
Other Operational Parameters
RESIDUAL GAMMA RADIATION – 0.01 µGy/hr to 350 cGy/hr dose rate and 0.01 to 999 cGy total dose.
Training Required
<1 day training
Training Available
Yes
Manuals Available
Yes
Warranties
1 year
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