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$250.00

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Eberline Model ASP-1 Radiation Monitor

The ASP-1 is Eberlines most versatile, metered survey instrument. It is designed for use with G-M, scintillation and proportional detectors. It measures alpha, beta, gamma, x-ray and neutron radiation. The ASP-1 has a built-in speaker and a head-set is provided for use in noisy area.

• The meter is lit
• Input sensitivity is adjustable from 1 to 50 mV, negative pulse.
• The dead-time compensation is up to 255 µs.
• Uses six “C” cell batteries
• This instrument is rugged and reliable

 

Add a Counts.Pro (see Ebay item 401468071255) to this meter for $499 and digitally record and easily share all your measurements (a $100 discount off the regular price when you buy one of our meters):

For a fraction of the price of a new meter, you can add a Counts.Pro and make your detectors more functional and easy to use than the most expensive meters available today.

We are the inventor of the Counts.Pro and regularly sell and service radiation detectors for nuclear industry, medical industry, and hobbyist clients. Counts.Pro uses a free App (iOS and Android) to record and share every count measured by any pulse generating radiation detector (GM, proportional, neutron, Scintillation). With Counts.Pro you can record your surveys for review and analysis, or take long term scaler counts to measure very low radiation level changes. Each data set includes every count measured by your meter, date, time, GPS, meter and probe info, operator inputs, and notes. Counts.Pro can measure 1 or 2 channels an includes an alarm feature for each channel.

Counts.Pro (which is a top level domain for more research) allows you to record all your measurements and works with any detector, old or new, that measures pulses. Counts.Pro uses the GPS in your smart phone (which can be enhanced to provide sub meter GPS) to record location. Gone are the days when you only see a dancing needle on your meter and wonder what the true reading is. Data is stored in a .csv format which can be opened by any typical spreadsheet. You don’t need spec

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Weight 7 lbs