optional display and test connector.)
GOOD FOR PULSED FIELDS
model 6031 is an Ion Chamber area monitor. It is designed to be
used with the pulse link receiver and other 6000 series components.
The output of the monitor is a number of pulses per second that
correspond with the radiation level.
The detector is an air filled ionization chamber. It is connected
to a proprietary digitizer that digitizes the current directly from
the detector. There are no deadtimes associated with the digitization
and it is suitable for pulsed fields.
The instrument is a stand alone detector with a built in high voltage
power supply, pulse digitizer and low voltage power supply. When
used with the Pulse Link Receiver, (model 6014) and Data Logger
(Model DL1) it is very useful for temporarily monitoring an area,
logging the exposures, and reporting the data. It is easy to set
up and operate. The single coax between the detector and Pulse Link
Receiver makes setup in remote areas easy, especially if you already
have coax patch panels between areas.
6W x 6D x 10H
Electronic housing is sealed, gasketed cast aluminum. Desiccant
is provided in housing for humidity control.
Connectors: BNC for data (PULSE-LINK), Optional Multipin for test
points and serial data.
Expanded Polystyrene inner wall material. Polycarbonate removable
outer wall. Outer wall is provided for higher energies, may be easily
removed for lower energies.
mR/h to 10 R/h.
Voltage: 700 Volts
TTL or Pulse Link
12 VDC Supplied by Pulse Link
Adjustments: High Voltage, upper and lower thresholds, reset pulse
Internal reset, Optional Display reset
External Display: 6 digit up counter counts with each output pulse.
Measures integrated dose.
Range: -30 to 50 ° C
Range: 0 to 99% condensing. Interior desiccated.