GammaTRACER Spider: autonomous self-erecting gamma monitor for emergencies

Saphymo introduces the new GammaTRACER Spider. The autonomous gamma probe has specially been designed to cover the needs of first responders in emergency scenarios.

Just put the probe out of a vehicle or push it through an outlet. By this, the risk of exposure to personnel is significantly reduced. Alternatively deployment by a remote controlled helicopter / quadrocopter / drone or by chute is possible.

Due to the excellent reception performance, SkyLINK radio provides outstanding area coverage until 100 km fully independent from public communication networks, proven in many installations worldwide.
Even data transfer with Iridium satellite is possible!

advantages

  • innovative self-erecting design, very simple deployment – maximum protection of first responders
  • emergency proof communication options
  • built-in battery for up to 5 years operation
  • built-in GPS
  • hermetically sealed weatherproof housing
  • wide measurement range: 20 nSv/h to 10 Sv/h

scope

for first responders in emergency scenarios

characteristics

  • detector; 2 GM tubes, energy compensated H*(10)
  • energy range; 45 KeV…2 MeV
  • measurement range; 20 nSv/h…1 Sv/h
  • measurement cycle; 1 min…2 hours
  • internal data storage up to 10000 values
  • built-in temperature sensor
  • built-in movement sensor
  • IP 68 (hermetically sealed)

Saphymo GammaTRACER Spider in use:

 

Would you like to know more about the Saphymo GammTRACER Spider?
View the datasheet (peo_pdf_logo2) or contact PEO tel. +31 (0)24 648 86 88

 

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Manufacturers

Saphymo

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