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Remote radiation monitoring and identification

Berkeley Nucleonics : 11 March, 2009  (New Product)
Berkeley Nucleonics' areaSAM enables remote area monitoring for a number of applications including waste management and landfill facilities
Remote monitoring of radiation levels, with isotopic identification of radionuclides, is accomplished with the Berkeley Nucleonics Model 1035 areaSAM. The fixed monitoring systems provide simple identification data, backed up by full qualitative spectroscopic data, isotope class, isotope specific dose rates and isotope identification in real time. New firmware upgrades allow users to set up multiple email addresses to receive ANSI N42.42 compliant reports. The identification algorithms used are similar to the company's flagship portable isotope identifiers, arguably the world's leading identification algorithms in a non-germanium application.

This feature set is upgradeable in the field and offered to existing areaSAM users at no additional cost. Email notification may be configured for internal use, or for a broader reachback network that addresses your region support teams. Email contents are not encrypted and do not meet classified rating requirements.

The areaSAM is a spectroscopic area monitor for waste, nuclear medicine, landfill and recycling facilities, storage or perimeter monitoring applications. Each unit provides time-slice spectroscopic data that can be married to existing data stream protocols or used in addition to other monitoring practices with a simple computer based interface.
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