PackEye Radiation Detection Backpack

Thermo Scientific PackEye Radiation Detection Backpack provides survey teams with an instrument to deal with radiological contamination, orphaned sources, and maliciously introduced sources. It quickly and inconspicuously locates and detects radioactive sources that emit gamma rays over sizable regions.


Source: Thermo Fisher Scientific – Handheld Elemental & Radiation Detection

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Description 3-year extended depot service warranty
Product Type Service Warranty for Radiation Detection Backpack
Unit Size Each

Product Overview

  • A high-sensitivity plastic detector can quickly locate and detect radioactive sources.
  • Simple management of nuisance alarms by instantaneous differentiation using the Natural Background Rejection algorithm (NBR) between artificial and natural radiation (NORM, natural background changes).
  • Constantly at maximum sensitivity to automatic background variation adjustment
  • He-3 free detector technology allows for high-sensitivity neutron detection.
  • Gamma-only version available
  • Simple LED level, alarm, and status indications with NBR feedback (red and green) and an intuitive user interface.
  • Stealth mode with a standard earbud mute, level indicator, and alarm.
  • Lightweight at 7.5 kg
  • Thirty hours of operation with low power consumption (20 hours with Bluetooth data transfer to an optional PDA)
  • Connectable to the Thermo Scientific ViewPoint Enterprise platform, enabling a programmable remote monitoring system that delivers real-time command and control information

The Backpack Includes

  • 2ea. flat Li-6 scintillation detectors, each with a very low net alarm threshold level and a proprietary measurement method that minimizes crosstalk.
  • NBR plastic scintillation detector with voltage divider and photomultiplier that is incredibly sensitive
  • This is a low-power controller (type FHT 681) with an attached high-capacity battery module and a user-friendly interface (LED-based indicator unit).
  • An accessory case with connection cables to a PC or notebook features a spare battery pack, earphones, international power socket plugs for charging, a car adapter that can be used as a backup power source for the battery charger, and a rain cover.

Recommended Accessories

  • Spectroscopic Personal Radiation Detector (SPRD) for flexible source location, dose rate survey, and nuclide identification in case of alarm: Thermo Scientific RadEye SPRD with belt holster.
  • PDA Set with GPS for easy data viewing (paired via Bluetooth with the PackEye Backpack)
  • Transportation case with external power outlet
  • Tripod for transportation case allowing the PackEye Backpack to be used as transportable, temporarily stationary Gamma and Neutron monitor

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