World Security Report2013-10-29 12:20:23

Thermo Scientific RIIDEye X handheld radiation isotope identifier gives first responders the ability to detect radiation in harsh, unpredictable conditions

Border-protection officers, first responders such as police, and firefighters, as well as military personnel, now have a new versatile handheld gamma and neutron radiation isotope identifier engineered for use in severe environmental conditions.

The Thermo Scientific RIIDEye X handheld radiation isotope identifier is designed to protect first responders from harmful radiation by enabling users to detect and identify radiation in the environment and give users feedback on radiation location, type, and quantity. This new instrument is designed to locate and identify gamma and neutron radiation sources within cargo, food, solids, liquids, and semi-solids, or persons. With its reinforced, dust proof and water resistant casing, the compact, lightweight RIIDEye X is engineered for use in nearly any environment and can withstand drops from up to one meter.

Since its first release last year, the RIIDEye instrument has been redesigned to significantly improve the detection and identification of harmful radiation in severe conditions. The new RIIDEye X now uses CLYC technology for neutron detection, and new algorithms for improving speed and accuracy. In addition, RIIDEye X's improved interface makes complicated spectroscopic readings easy to understand.

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