Giving you the Radeye
Thermo Scientific announce their new RadEye SPRD (Spectroscopic Personal Radiation Detector) for rad detection and identification
The SPRD builds on the success of previous generations of Thermo Scientific radiation detectors by adding a new operation mode for identifying nuclides. Equipped with a 1,024 channel analyzer, the RadEye SPRD gives non-expert users the ability to perform initial identification of radioactive materials found in the field. Thermo Fisher Scientific designed this next-generation handheld instrument to easily detect and identify common nuclides of interest – including cesium-137, cobalt-60 and more.
In addition to its nuclide identification capabilities, the RadEye SPRD offers:
• An expansive library of nuclides of interest, which allows a security team leader to create custom alarm profiles for their team;
• The same easy-to-use, portable design common to the Thermo Scientific RadEye instrument platform, which has been trusted by security professionals for years; and
• Sophisticated software that allows the instrument to distinguish between background radiation and nuclides of interest automatically.