Maintenance in the AMC hospital ‘Waste Basement’ – Ludlum Model 375
Jan Faber (Field service engineer | Radiation expert) visited the Amsterdam Medical Center for periodic maintenance. The Ludlum Model 375 radiation detection system was maintained in the ‘waste basement’ of the hospital. A sensitivity test has also been performed. The purpose of the maintenance is to guarantee the safety of storing and processing radioactive medical waste.
Model 375/1 Digital Area Monitor
The Model 375/1 Digital Area Monitor (Ludlum) is a wall-mount clearly visible device to monitor radiation in the surrounding area. This monitor includes an internally housed eighteen mm CsI scintillator with a sensitivity of approximately 120 cpm/µR/hr.
- range: 0.1 to 9999 µR/hr
- low background sensitivity
- 4-digit LED display with 2 cm (0.8 in.) characters
- optional relay output available for connecting to remote displays
- indicates instrument status, low alarm, high alarm, overload and overrange
- 68 dB to 100 dB (audio)
Read more about Model 375/1 Digital Area Monitor on the Ludlum website
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