RadWall-E | Area Radiation Monitor

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RadWall-E | Area Radiation Monitor is an Ethernet-enabled, all-digital area radiation monitor covering a wide range of gamma and X-ray radiation.

SKU: ARM-WAL-E Category:

Description

RadWall-E | Area Radiation Monitor is a next-generation all-digital area radiation monitor that combines three functions in one:

  • Alarm and display unit
  • Built-in scintillation detector
  • Ethernet-enabled monitor

RadWall-E | Area Radiation Monitor uses a high-performance YSO scintillation crystal combined with a state-of-the-art SiPM (YSO+SiPM) and multi-voltage threshold (MVT) algorithm to detect a wide range of radiation doses.

RadWall-E| Area Radiation Monitor has high detection accuracy, high sensitivity, and fast response, as well as other significant advantages.

RadWall-E | Area Radiation Monitor communicates with a radiation monitoring network via Ethernet for data management. Proportional, real-time detection and measurement provide meaningful readouts that focus on real-world applications.

The fast response and wide dose rate range maximize the safety of your team. The high-contrast OLED display provides a clear indication of dose rate.

RadWall-E | Area Radiation Monitor is an alarm and display unit (ADU), providing detection and measurement with an internal scintillation detector.

 

OPERATIONAL SPECIFICS

  • Indicator lights
    • Green light indicates perfect working condition
    • Yellow light indicates problem
    • Red light indicates radiation intensity over the threshold
  • Display area of atmospheric absorption dose rate indicates the current gamma air absorbed dose rate
  • Alert level of absorbed dose rate
  • User-set alarm threshold: 100 µrad/h–100 mrad/h (1 µGy/h–1 mGy/h) at 1 μGy/h (100 µrad/h) intervals

Technical Specifications

Detector

YSO Scintillator + SiPM

Type of Radiation Detected

Gamma, X-Ray

Energy Range

20 keV–3 MeV

Dose Rate Range

1 μrad/h–100 mrad/h (0.01 μGy/h–1 mGy/h)

Sensitivity

410 cps/mrad/h (41 cps/μGy/h) (∝ Cs-137)

Energy Response

≤ ±15% (∝ Cs-137)

Dose Rate Linearity

≤ 10% up to 100 mrad/h (1 mGy/h)

Accuracy

±5% (∝ Cs-137)

Alarm Threshold

User-Set Values for Dose Rate: 100 μrad/h–100 mrad/h (1 μGy/h–1 mGy/h)

Alert Options

Audible (80 dB at 12 in ∕ 30 cm), Visual (LED and Display)

Alarm Response Time

< 2 s

Overload Display

Overload Indication up to 10 rad/h (100 mGy/h)

Communications

RJ45 (Ethernet), RadSys 2.0 (Cloud-Based Software)

Power Supply

AC 100–240 V ∕ 50–60 Hz (UL Certified), Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery

Battery Life

Typically 10 h in Background Field

Display

OLED Display

Weight

12.0 oz (340 g)

Dimensions

5.9 x 3.5 x 2.4 in (150 x 90 x 60 mm)

Accessories

IoT-Cloud (FCC ID: 2AC7P-113), UL Certified AC Adapter

Operating Temperature

32–122 °F (0–50 °C)

Storage/Transport Temperature

-4–158 °F (-20–70 °C)

Relative Humidity

Up to 90% RH (Non-Condensing)

EMI/EMC

Exceeds IEC 61526 Requirements

FCC Compliance

FCC Part 15

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FEATURES & BENEFITS

1 | Features

Digital Data Acquisition
  • All-digital, solid-state detection
High Performance Detection Design
  • Large size scintillator provides ultra-high detection efficiency and accuracy
  • High-performance YSO Crystal
  • Miniaturized SiPM
  • High-speed chip enables fast response and the smallest dead time in industry
  • Patented MVT digital signal processing technology provides excellent performance and stability
  • Background radiation interference virtually eliminated
Rapid Response
  • Full-range reading and alarm response in less than 2 seconds
  • Higher sensitivity allows for earlier detection
  • Audible output quickly alerts responders of rapidly changing radiation levels
  • Real-time, active self-reading
Quality Control System
  • Virtual elimination of false alarms
  • Ability to discriminate between NORM and man-made source
  • Programmable chips enable firmware updates and system upgrades
  • Ultra-low power consumption
  • High system stability and reliability
  • Accurate and reliable data
  • Precise quantitative analysis

 

2 | Benefits

  • As an active self-reading device, dose rate is measured in real time, enabling user to always be aware of current exposure while simultaneously transmitting data to Radiation Monitoring System (RMS)
  • Two types of alarms alert users in multiple ways: audible and visual
  • Alarm is either preset or user programmable through entire measurement range
  • Alarm, alarm thresholds, and configuration are programmable via wireless connection with RadSuite workstation
  • Proportional, real-time detection and measurement provide meaningful readouts which focus on the awareness and safety of the user during critical times
  • Patented MVT sampling method resulting in no signal loss and high signal to noise ratio
  • Low-power CMOS digital electronics combined with silicon photomultiplier chip (SiPM)
  • Built-in wireless communication for real-time, remote radiation monitoring, personnel tracking, and automatic reporting
  • Ability to generate online surveys and inspection reports
  • Dose rate alarms provide additional awareness of high radiation levels
  • Wired communication via Ethernet with RadSys 2.0 enables a networked RMS
  • Radiation monitoring combined with video surveillance allow discovery and resolution of anomalies remotely
  • Power redundancy with both electrical supply and UPS backup
  • Real-time monitoring of each data control point with a central computer enables layout for mounting positions in public places and intuitive planning for radiation intensity distribution

 

REAL LIFE USES

  • Airports, train stations, and subways
  • Major events security and crowded areas
  • Monitoring health physics, medicine, and other fields that use radioactive sources
  • Radiological diagnosis, treatment equipment, and shielded facilities
  • Dispensing and using of radiopharmaceuticals and disposal sites of radioactive waste
  • Online monitoring of radioactive sources and radiation devices
  • Metal recycling, building materials production, and other risks of radioactive pollution
  • Production, use, storage, and disposal of radioactive sources and radiation devices
  • Immigration office

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