Radionuclide Identification Devices (RIDs)

The compact radionuclide identifiers designed for detection of the alpha, beta, gamma and neutron radiation sources and radioisotope identification of the gamma emitting sources.


PM1401K-3 Multipurpose Hand-Held Radiation Monitor/Identifier belongs to the new family of Polimaster extremely sensitive and compact multipurpose hand-held radiation monitors.

PM1401K-3 can continuously measure ambient dose equivalent rate Ḣ*(10) of gamma and x-ray radiation in the wide energy range, monitor alpha, beta and neutron radiations, work as spectrometer of gamma radiation and radioisotope identifier, and measure food/soil contamination by 137Cs radionuclide.

All operation history is stored in the instrument’s non-volatile memory and may be downloaded to a personal computer through a USB interface. PM1401K-3 is also equipped with built-in GPS to enable geocached data logging.

The instrument can be used in both indoor and outdoor environments and is intended for everyday and/or emergency use by firefighters, military, police and other first responding agencies.

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PM1410 A/M/P

Universal multifunctional portable device (the class of Radionuclide Identification Devices) designed for search, detection, localization and identification of radionuclide composition of radioactive and nuclear materials, and for quick and accurate measurement of dose rate and count rate (ensuring the radiation safety while localization and identification of radioactive sources) due to having three built-in detectors of different types: highly sensitive NaI spectroscopic detector of gamma radiation, G-M tube for registering high dose rate, and neutron detector (optional).

The instrument has the possibility to connect external detection unit of alpha and beta – it allows to search the alpha and beta sources and measure alpha and beta flux density from contaminated surfaces.

The devise has built-in GPS module and can be integrated into the Polimaster Nuclear Protection Network (Polimaster NPNET™) with wireless and wired transfer of radiological data and geographic coordinates to the Remote Expert Center.

Modification without neutron channel is available.

* PM1410 is temporarily unavailable.

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