The GSM-115 four range survey meter is a basic, rugged general purpose survey meter. The GSM-115 survey meter can be calibrated for G-M probes, sodium iodide detectors, plastic scintillation detectors, and alpha scintillation. The meter is analog, but consists of all digital microprocessor circuitry. This makes the meter small and lightweight. The tough aluminum and stainless steel housing provides maximum durability. Compatible with most probes, the GSM-115 Survey Meter will provide years of reliability for daily laboratory and field use.
There is one unit left, please consider upgrading to our digtial DSM-500 model.
GSM-115 Manual-ranging, analog radiation detector for external probe................$250
note: each survey meter requires a probe, sold seperately. The GSM-506 includes and internal probe, but an external probe is needed to fully function.
Choose one probe:
GP-200 End Window G-M detector (blue, old stock)..................$120
HP-265 Pancake G-M detector (blue, old stock)..............$120
GP-1010 GM detector with Beta slide window (old stock).........$120
GLE-1 Low Energy NaI probe (blue, old stock).....................$180
Ranges: Four ranges of 0-.2, 0-2, 0-20, & 0-200 mR/hr and 0-500, 0-5000 & 0-50,000, & 0-500,000 cpm, Sv units available
Visual: low battery and detector saturation indicators
Adjustable High Voltage: 300 - 1300 vdc ±1%
Time Response: Adjustable 4 -20 SECONDS - 90% of full scale
Power Supply: QTY 2 Nine volt alkaline batteries
Display: analog, 2.5" rugged, moisture proof panel
Dimensions: 5-½" (14 cm) H X 3" (7.5 cm) W X 7" (18 cm)
Weight: 2-1/4 lbs (1 kg)
Construction: Heavy duty cast aluminum and stainless steel
Enviornmental: stable from -20 deg C. to 60 deg. C, moisture resistant
Probe Compatibility: GP-200 End Window probe, HP-265 Pancake G-M Probe, GSP-1 NaI Scintillation Probe 1"x1", ASP-2A Alpha Scintillation probe, MRSP-1 Plastic Scintillation probe, GP-1001 Energy compensated Cylindrical G-M probe, and others.
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