Radiation DetectionBerkeley Nucleonics offers a wide range of top-performing radiation detection instrumentation, including models that work with smart phones or fit on key chains. Our instruments detect alpha, beta, gamma, x-ray, and other forms of radiation and come in a variety of portable and effective forms.
The new, all-in-one, RIID from Berkeley Nucleonics offers customers a rugged alternative to detachable detectors with a full suite of new features leveraging modern cell phone technology. The renaissance in handheld electronics (Smartphone, PDA, etc) has led to tremendous advancements in processing power and allows statistical calculations to be processed at a remarkable speed. In parallel,... Read more
- Auto Calibration (-20°C to 50°C )
- Real-Time Background Correction — New Feature
- Built-in Energy Stabilization
The Model SAM 950 Ruggedized Isotope Identifier is designed to meet the requirements of ANSI 42.34 criteria for hand-held instruments for the detection and identification of radionuclides. Our patented “Smartphone based hand-held RIID” feature provides a superb solution for the demanding requirements of Homeland Security in the USA and other countries. This ruggedized handheld radiation... Read more
- Designed to meet/exceed all ANSI N42.34 requirements
- Ruggedized Design - Water & Shock Resistant
- PDA based hand-held RIID (patented)
Berkeley Nucleonics offers isotope identification backpacks (backpack radiation detectors) for clandestine monitoring of gamma and neutron radiation. The RD-120 Series Backpacks can be customized to specific applications with a variety of detector and networking options. Low power drain allows for many hours of uninterrupted monitoring.
Additional user software may be deployed to allow... Read more
- Gamma and Neutron Detection / ID
- Backpack,Stanchion or Doorway Config
- Isotope Identification in Real Time
The Model 970-X Portable Multi-Channel Analyizer (pMCA) offers state-of-the-art signal processing for a wide range of nuclear applications. The electronics couple to a wide range of detector options and allow real-time data processing of gamma, neutron and x-ray radiation.
The Model 970-X pMCA is unique in that it can meet many applications as a process monitor, a separate laboratory... Read more
- Standard libraries include 387 isotopes (editable)
- Multi-channel scaling mode
- Peak search and identify
The Model RD-150 Vehicle Based Radiation Detection System offers users a quick integration of spectroscopic nuclear detection capability in existing response vehicles. Large volume, highly sensitive gamma and neutron detectors are integrated into shock-absorbent packaging for reliable mobile monitoring. The unified monitoring system is scalable with... Read more
- Vehicle Mounted Radiation Detection
- Integrate with Any Existing Vehicle
- Vehicle, Marine, Aerial or Crane Variants
The palmRAD 907 nuclear radiation monitoring meter provides multiple monitoring and surveying options in an easy-to-use handheld device. It measures alpha, beta, gamma and x-ray radiation which can be displayed in rates and total counts. The user can switch between mR/hr, Svi cpm and total counts.
This model would function excellently for nearly any application. Whether the duty is... Read more
- Low Cost
- Easy to Use Alarm for Emergency Responders
- Long Calibration Interval
A fashionable Gamma dosimeter and Swiss-made watch in one housing. Recommended for everyday use by general public.
Our groundbreaking new Radiation Isotope Identifier (called a RIID by Dept of Homeland Security) offers a suite of features to address a growing range of applications. From the technical needs of a health physicist, to a food and drug inspector, to a first responder in a HAZMAT suit, the SAM 940 Defender and Revealer will excite your field users.
The Berkeley Nucleonics SAM 940 Defender... Read more
- SAM 940 Videos
- Industry Leading Spectral Resolution
- No Warm Up or Waiting Period
The Model 960 uses a stream-lined design to create one of the most user-friendly area monitors available. The operation interface consists of a simple keypad, an easy-to-read five-digit “LED” display, warning indicators for low and high radiation alarm levels, low battery, and instrument failure.
Calibration parameters are accessed by a safely recessed push button. A Calibration Settings... Read more
- Detects, analyzes, and transmits radiological incident locations
- Range: 0.1 µSv/h to 100 mSv/h (10 µR/hr to 10 R/hr)
- Rugged design allows for installation in extreme environments
Compton Suppressors or Anti-Compton Shields (ACS) are used to suppress unwanted background in gamma spectrometry performed with Ge detectors. The detection of low intensity gamma ray lines is complicated in spectrometry performed with High Purity Germanium (HPGe) detectors by the presence of Compton scattered gamma rays of higher energies. At energies above a few hundred keV, the main... Read more
- Nuclear spectroscopy
- Low level detection