Thermo Scientific AMS-4 Continuous Beta Air Monitors
Provides early warning to workers exposed to potential airborne releases of beta emitting particulates; lightweight and robust design accommodates both fixed and portable use applications
Manufacturer: Thermo Scientific FIFP10
Continuous air monitor (CAM) offering beta particulate, radioiodine, or noble gas detection.
- Detachable sampling head
- Reports both DAC and cpm
- Real time gamma background subtraction
- Stand alone or network configuration
- Mass flow measurements
- Fast and slow concentration alarms, cpm alarm, DAC-hour alarm
- Computer calibration
- Can also be used for stack monitoring of effluent releases using the in-line detector head
- Keypad: 18 keys, full numeric plus function keys
- Status Indicators: Front panel lights display READY and MALFUNCTION conditions, red alarm strobe light, sonalert
- Printer: RS-232 serial DB9
- Data Log Buffer: 2000 entries of combined Concentration and Status
- Change information: Equivalent to 83 days of 1 hour detail, nearly 14 days of 10 mintes detail or over 24 hours of 1 minute detail
- Alarm/Fail Relays: SPST, 15A at 30VDC/120VAC resistive
- Analog Output: 0 to 5VDC output, five decade logarithmic
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Meets Regulatory Guide 8.25 and revised 10 CFR 20 criteria
|Filter paper for the AMS-4; 0.47 mm, particulate type LB5211 or equivalent|
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