BDPA-07 detecting unit of alpha radiation is used both as a part of the MKS-07 POSHUK search dosimeter radiometer and within automated systems of radiation monitoring of ECOTEST trademark developed by our company. BDPA-07 alpha radiation detector is supplied to the customers after metrological testing.
Detecting unit is intended for search for alpha radiation sources and measurement of surface alpha-particles flux density. Attach BDPA-07 alpha radiation detector to the telescopic tube and this will help you find alpha radiation sources promptly when inspecting large objects. Counters in corona discharge mode are used in BDPA-07. The unit can easily operate in wide temperate range – from minus 25 up to plus 55 degrees Celsius. Weight of the detecting unit is 0,65 kg.
|Measurement range of surface alpha-particles flux density||1/(cm2×min)||1 – 105|
|Main relative permissible error limit of surface alpha-particles flux density measurement when calibrated for 239Pu with 0.95 confidence probability||%||15+10/А,where A is a numeric value of measured surface alpha flux density|
|Energy range of registered alpha radiation||MeV||4.0 – 8.0|
|Detector||–||counters in corona discharge mode|
|Mica thickness||µm||10 – 11|
|Alpha-particles detection efficiency||%||24 – 32|
|Operating temperature range||°С||-25…+55|
|Maximum gamma radiation exposure dose rate that does not introduce additional error in measurement of surface alpha-particles flux density||mR/h||10|
|Additional permissible error limit of measurement, caused by ambient temperature change from -25 to +55 °C measurement||%||5 per each 10 °C deviation from 20 °C|
|Dimensions of the detecting unit *||mm||ø104×50|
|Weight of the detecting unit *||kg||0.65|