AMP-200 Area Monitor and Ratemeter

Energy Compensated GM Tube-Based for High Range Gamma Radiation

AMP-200 Radiation Area Monitor by Mirion

The AMP-200 provides real-time remote radiological monitoring. This area monitor is designed specifically for use in high dose rate fields. The AMP-200 features linear response from 5 R/hr to 10,000 R/hr (0.5 msv/hr to 100 sv/hr). Local readout of hand-held meter allows for use as a portable survey instrument. The meter can be positioned up to 350 feet away from the radiation source. The probe head may be placed directly into a filter compartment or against a resin tank or waste liner.


Radiological Characteristics

Detector: Energy compensated GM-tube
Detection range (± 10%): 0.5R/hr to 10,000 R/hr
Energy range sensitivity: 11 cps per R/hr

Electrical Characteristics

Power supply: 9 Volts (supplied by a 9 Volt battery located in the meter case)
Optional 9 Volt AC adapter available
Battery life: approximately 50 hours of continuous use

Mechanical Characteristics

Meter dimensions (w x h x d): 6.8 x 11.9 x 1.2 cm (2.7 x 4.7 x 0.5 in)
Probe head length: 16.5 cm (6.5 in)
Diameter: 3.3 cm (1.3 in)
Standard cable length: 7.6 m (25 ft)
Maximum cable length: 106 m (350 ft)

Environmental Characteristics

Temperature: -10° to 50°C (15 to 120° F )
Relative humidity: 10 to 95% RH (non-condensing)


Rugged construction, waterproof detector housing and cable
Quick-disconnect connectors allow customization of cable length and facilitate easy decontamination
Built-in communication port for use with DDC-16, WRM transmitter...
Stabilized digital display offers accurate, steady readings
User-selectable internal alarm threshold

AMP-200 Area Monitor......................(order online) U.S. Only



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