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Detect and localize radiation sources generated by manmade devices such as nuclear weapons, improvised nuclear devices (INDs) or radiological dispersal devices (RDDs) with the Thermo Scientific™ RadEye™ PRD Personal Radiation Detector. The RadEye PRD detector provides civilians and counter terrorism teams with high-performance detection for any scenario. The Thermo Scientific™ RadEye™ PRD Personal Radiation Detector, is ideal for both interdiction and response.   Thermo Scientific RadEyeTM PRD The RadEye PRD uses a NaI detector with gamma sensitivity of 1.5 cps/µR/h for Cs-137, and it has a particular emphasis for photons below 400 keV, with a sensitivity of 30 cps/µR/h for Am-241. Proprietary circuitry allows energy-compensated dose and dose rate measurements with a single detector. It uses patented Natural Background Rejection (NBR) technology designed to eliminate nuisance alarms from naturally occurring radiation sources (such as granite). The device measures 3.8 x 2.4 x 1.2 inches without the case and holster, and approximately 4.3 x 2.8 x 1.6 inches with case and holster. It is worn using the holster’s clip. It is powered by two AAA batteries (rechargeable or standard) with up to 600- hour battery life. A low-battery condition is indicated by a low battery symbol, a text “low batt” warning, and an audible chirp. No tools are required to access the battery compartment, though use of a coin is recommended. The display has a backlight feature that stays on for 10 seconds after any button press or can be locked on. A heartbeat graphic shows the status of the device’s self-check for the detector, voltage, electronics, and data. Calibration lasts 2 to 3 years under routine use. The last 1,600 mean and maximum values of the dose rate and count rate, the last 250 alarms, and errors and configuration changes are recorded internally and can be read out via a serial interface. Data communication is through cable with Bluetooth as an option using an external device. The RadEye PRD operates within -4°F to 122°F, 10 to 95 percent relative humidity, and passes a 1.5-meter drop test with the protective sleeve.



Radiation Type


Measurement range

0.01µSv/h to 250µSv/h (1urem/hr-25mr/h)

Energy Range

60keV to 1.3MeV

Dose Rate Range

0.01µSv/h to 250µSv/h (1urem/hr-25mr/h)

Count Rate

0,1 to 2000 cps

NORM Sensitivity


Natural Background Rejection


Alarm Indication


Operating Temperature

-20˚C to +50˚C


20% to 90%



Communication Type

IR port via USB

Battery Type


Estimated Battery Life

> 500 Hours

IP Rating



160 g


110 mm x 67 mm x 62 mm

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 4 × 4 in