Spectrum Techniques

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Located in Oak Ridge Tennessee USA, Spectrum Techniques is the premier supplier of Exempt Quantity radioisotope sources and nuclear counting equipment. Applications include teaching modern physics, chemistry and biology, health physics training, radiation protection technology, nuclear medicine and research.

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UCS30

UCS30

Excerpt - The UCS30 ADVANCED Spectrometer System is capable of conducting a wide selection of spectroscopy experiments. This external unit interfaces through a USB port and features a 1024 channel MCA with internal preamplifier, computer controlled amplifier, high voltage (0-2048V), upper and lower level discriminators and Multichannel Scaling for half-life and decay studies. Also included is a Mossbauer interface and preamplifier power output (±12 V) for connecting detectors with external preamplifiers such as proportional counters and CdZnTe probes.

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ST450

ST450

Excerpt - The ST450 Scintillation Single Channel Analyzer (SCA) provides a convenient interface between a scintillation detector and counter/timer for detecting gamma rays over a defined energy range. Front panel controls allow selection of an energy window so that only gamma-rays within a specific energy range are counted.

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ST400

ST400

Excerpt - The model ST400 Scintillation Processor provides a versatile and convenient interface between many types of scintillation detectors and most commercial Multi-channel Analyzers. The instrument provides high voltage to power the photomultiplier tube, a preamplifier, an amplifier with adjustable gain and an amplifier input for use with existing external preamplifiers.

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Radioactive Check Sources for Training and Calibration

Radioactive Check Sources for Training and Calibration

Excerpt - These radioactive sources are supplied as one inch plastic discs. With the exception of the alpha source, the small quantity of radioactive material is sealed in the plastic with epoxy to prevent leakage and contamination. The transmission window is sufficiently thin to transmit both beta and gamma emissions without undue absorption.

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