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1042A/1046A Series Universal Digital Ratemeters
Used for Scintillation detectors, GM process monitors Dynamic count range - 0 to 107 CPM Bargraph - 18 segments High voltage output - 450 to 1500 V @ 0.2 mA
Used for Ion chambers Dynamic range - 0.1 mR/h to 107 mR/h Bargraph - 24 segments
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1042A/1046A Second Generation Universal Digital Ratemeters
The 1042A/1046A Universal Digital Ratemeters (UDR) are 2nd generation digital radiation monitoring instruments capable of being directly interfaced to pulse producing or low current producing detectors and displaying the radiation signal in various engineering units; (CPM, mR/h, μCi/cc, etc.). The 2nd generation of Victoreen digital instrumentation is inherently more reliable and requires less maintenance than the 1st generation digital equipment. The UDRs are capable of being interfaced to a computer system, via the digital communications port, and can be used as a local controller. Victoreen’s 1042A/1046A UDR is designed to achieve a high degree of reliability and is qualified for use in nuclear safety related applications.
The 1042A-WM/1046A-WM UDR can be used with all 943/953 Series Beta and Gamma Scintillation Detectors, all 977 Series Wide Range Ion Chamber Detectors, and all 897A Series GM Detectors. A detector, when connected to the UDR, will comprise a single channel digital process monitoring channel. Simulators are available for all models.
The Universal Digital Ratemeters (UDR) feature a bright LED digital display and tricolor LED bar graph, both of which are easily read from a distance of 20 feet. The bar graph changes color with changes in alarm status, providing instantaneous recognition of relative levels and alarm status.