Thermo Scientific™

RadEye™ X Series Survey Meters

Catalog number: 4250693
Thermo Scientific™

RadEye™ X Series Survey Meters

Catalog number: 4250693
Be prepared for virtually any radiation contamination scenario. The Thermo Scientific™ Radeye™ X Series Survey Meters comprise three different types of compact, multi-purpose survey meters suited for a wide range of applications where personnel risk radiation exposure, whether they are emergency responders, fire fighters, nuclear power plant employees, or medical professionals. RadEye X Series Survey Meters can operate with virtually any manufacturer's Geiger-Mueller, scintillation or proportional detectors to perform general count rate, surface contamination and dose rate measurements.
 
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RadEye SX Survey Meter
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Detector TypeNaI
Radiation TypeAlpha/Beta, Gamma
TypeSurvey Meters
DescriptionRadEye SX Survey Meter
Item DescriptionRadEye SX Survey Meter
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RadEye GX Survey Meter
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Radiation TypeDependent on probe used
TypeSurvey Meters
DescriptionRadEye GX Survey Meter
Item DescriptionRadEye GX Survey Meter
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RadEye PX Survey Meter
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Dimensions (L x W x H)4.3 x 2.6 x 2.4 in. (110 x 67 x 62 mm)
Radiation TypeNeutron
TypeSurvey Meters
DescriptionRadEye PX Survey Meter
Height (English)2.4 in.
Height (Metric)62 mm
Depth (English)2.4 in.
Depth (Metric)62 mm
Temperature (English) OperatingOperating -4 to +122°F
Temperature (Metric) OperatingOperating -20 to +50°C
Weight (English)0.35 lb.
Weight (Metric)160 g
Width (English)2.6 in.
Width (Metric)67 mm
Item DescriptionRadEye PX Survey Meter
Length (English)4.3 in.
Length (Metric)110 mm
Relative Humidity10 to 90 % at 35°C (95°F) not condensing
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Detector TypeNaI
Radiation TypeAlpha/Beta, Gamma
TypeSurvey Meters
DescriptionRadEye SX Survey Meter
Item DescriptionRadEye SX Survey Meter
Unit SizeEach
4250692Full specifications
EachRadEye GX Survey MeterRequest A Quote
Radiation TypeDependent on probe used
TypeSurvey Meters
DescriptionRadEye GX Survey Meter
Item DescriptionRadEye GX Survey Meter
Unit SizeEach
4250694Full specifications
EachRadEye PX Survey MeterRequest A Quote
Dimensions (L x W x H)4.3 x 2.6 x 2.4 in. (110 x 67 x 62 mm)
Radiation TypeNeutron
TypeSurvey Meters
DescriptionRadEye PX Survey Meter
Height (English)2.4 in.
Height (Metric)62 mm
Depth (English)2.4 in.
Depth (Metric)62 mm
Temperature (English) OperatingOperating -4 to +122°F
Temperature (Metric) OperatingOperating -20 to +50°C
Weight (English)0.35 lb.
Weight (Metric)160 g
Width (English)2.6 in.
Width (Metric)67 mm
Item DescriptionRadEye PX Survey Meter
Length (English)4.3 in.
Length (Metric)110 mm
Relative Humidity10 to 90 % at 35°C (95°F) not condensing
Unit SizeEach
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RadEye GX Survey Meter for Geiger-Mueller Detectors
  • Accepts a wide range of GM detectors
  • Measurement range default (overrange indication starts at): 10,000 cps
  • Measured quantities (requires individual probe calibration): Surface contamination (Bq, dps, dpm, Bq/cm2), Dose rate (R/h, Sv/h, rem/h), Count rate (cps, cpm).
  • High Voltage range: 350V…1100V.
  • Output impedance: 1MOhm.
RadEye SX Survey Meter for Scintillation Detectors
  • Operates with with dual phosphor α/β, NaI(Tl) and plastic probes.
  • Measurement range default (overrange indication starts at):100,000 cps.
  • Measured quantities (requires individual probe calibration): Count rate (cps, cpm), Surface contamination (Bq, dps, dpm, Bq/cm2), Dose rate (R/h, Sv/h, rem/h).
  • High Voltage range: 100 V ... 1400 V.
  • Output impedance: 2MOhm.
  • Thresholds: 4 (30 to 1280mV, 1mV resolution).
  • Energy windows: 2 ROI (region of interest).
RadEye PX Survey Meter for Proportional Detectors
  • Operates with proportional detectors such as He-3 and BF3 neutron detectors.
  • Measurement range default (overrange indication starts at): 100,000 cps.
  • Measured quantities (requires individual probe calibration): Count rate (cps, cpm), Surface contamination (Bq, dps, dpm, Bq/cm2), Dose rate (R/h, Sv/h, rem/h), Count rate (cps, cpm), Surface contamination (Bq, dps, dpm, Bq/cm2).
  • Dose rate (R/h, Sv/h, rem/h).
  • High Voltage range: 100 V ... 2300 V.
  • Output impedance: 2MOhm.
  • Thresholds: 3 (30 to 1220mV, 1mV resolution).
  • Energy windows: 1 ROI (region of interest).


Features for all Survey Meters in the RadEye X Series:
  • Connector Types MHV.
  • Battery powered (2 x AAA alkaline or rechargeable), powered desktop station available as option.
  • Alarms 80 dB at distance of 30cm (11.8 in.).
  • Clear and large display.
  • Versatile operation modes.
  • Communication interface: Infrared (IR), optional IR to USB cable or IR to serial cable, optional Bluetooth™.
  • Settings and data analysis done by optional Windows™ based PC-software via serial data connection, USB or Bluetooth.
  • Logs last 250 alarms, error messages and changes of configuration.
  • Background subtraction: in count rate and contamination mode.
  • Probe library for 16 different detectors with data like high voltage, calibration factor, dead time correction, overload threshold, detector area and timeout for detector failure; Default values for common probes are preset.
  • Internal memory: The last 1500 measured values are saved and can be read out via PC program; Max and mean value of count rate and dose rate; Time interval is factory preset to 120s by default; Scaler measurements and momentaneous readings stored manually.
  • Averaging filters: Ratemeter filter type - Advanced Digital Filter (ADF), Digital RC-Filter with time constant, 1s to 180s, depending on count rate and count rate change.
  • Certifications/Compliance EMC: Disturbance emission - EN 61000-6-3, immunity - EN 61000-6-2.

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