Technology | Radiation Dose Management | July 11, 2019

New versatile meter delivers fast, flat, wide energy response times to ensure accurate, trustworthy radiation data collection

Fluke Biomedical Introduces RaySafe 452 Survey Meter

July 11, 2019 – Radiation measurement often requires different devices for varying applications, adding to the cost and complexity of data collection. The new RaySafe 452 Survey Meter is a versatile, tool that can be used for multiple situations, reducing the number of devices technicians need to carry, learn and calibrate.

The 452 Survey Meter can measure radiation in a wide variety of applications, including wall leakage, scattered radiation in a room, tube leakage, nuclear medicine and control of treated patients. The meter helps technicians:

•   Make data collection accurately and easily with fast response times;

•   Detect variations from background radiation levels due to its high sensitivity;

•   Trust the readings without post-processing of the data due to a flat, wide energy response range; and

•   Easily save data and analyze it later with the automatic saving of dose rate values every second.

The RaySafe 452 features an optimized, modern design that provides a big, clear, easy-to-read display with all the parameters in a single backlit display. Its ergonomic and lightweight design makes it easy to hold, carry and use even over extended periods of time. It has an IP 64 rating so it can easily be cleaned with water without damaging the device.

The survey meter comes with RaySafe View software that makes it easy to transfer data to a PC and log data quickly, easily and efficiently. All data is time stamped and dose rate waveforms can be further analyzed later. Built on the RaySafe X2 technology, the 452 Survey Meter provides peace of mind that the readings collected are accurate.

For more information: www.flukebiomedical.com


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