Teletector 6112AD Telescoping Radiation Meter
The Teletector 6112AD Telescoping Radiation Meter is the latest generation of the proven, reliable and rugged Teletector. It is a portable battery operated dose rate meter to measure photon radiation (gamma and X-radiation), and to detect beta radiation. Two GM counter tubes serve as detectors. The stainless steel telescope can extend up to four meters and its tip carries the two tubes. The low end tube detects beta radiation and together with the high end tube the Teletector 6112AD covers a dose range from 1 μR/Hr to 1000 R/Hr (0.01 μSv/Hr to 10 Sv/Hr), where it automatically switches between the two tubes.
The Teletectors are portable, battery-operated dose rate measuring devices, which are suitable for measuring photon radiation (gamma and X-rays) and for detecting beta radiation. Two Geiger-Müller counters serve as detectors. The counters are attached to the end of a stainless steel telescope that can be continuously extended to a total length of approximately four meters. The counters are arranged axially one behind the other, the center of the counter is identified by a marking groove. Beta radiation can also be detected with the counter for low dose rates. Together with the counter for high dose rates, a wide dose rate measuring range of up to 1,000 R/Hr (10 Sv/hHr can be covered.