l The clicking noise of a Geiger counter(continuously clicking)
l Less than 1 seconds high decibel fast alarm
l 100 seconds histogram display.
l Radiation Exposure contact time statistics
l Radiation Exposure duration statistics
l Turbo Q2.0
Radiation type: γ radiation，X-rays， β particles
Inspection sensor: Geiger-Müller counter tube
Dose equivalent rate: 0.00~1000uSv/h
Energy range: 48keV ~ 1.5MeV (<±30%)
Inherent error: 0.52μSv/h
Safe values： < 0.25μSv/h （average reading values are less than this level means safe from the radiation）
Environment background radiation ≈ 0.18μSv/h
General testing methods: Place device against to the testing object, The data is refreshing every 15 seconds (1 test cycle), waiting 60 seconds (after 4 cycles), the reading values should be stay stable. For marble radiation testing, the suggested testing time will be 5 minutes (considering the background radiation value is very low, so 5 minutes of data collection is necessary for more accurate results).
Surrounding radiation test：Place the device 1 meter above the ground, avoiding beta-ray interference on the ground and testing in open areas for 5 minutes. Observe the average readings on the display.
Find the radiation source:Change the display to the histogram interface, and scan the object near the back of the machine. Observe the graphical situation and the alarm tone.
Household testing items: Stones, jewelry, imported goods radiation detection (all models apply).
Medical / equipment radiation testing: radiation inspection of X-ray machines such as security inspection machines, CT, hand-held metal flaw detectors, hospital safety distance measurement, real-time monitoring of using radiation drugs (KB6011 Recommend)
Radiation Indicator light
At the bottom of the screen, the yellow indicator light flashes once, indicating that the Geiger tube receives one discharge signal. The higher the frequency, the bigger the radiation reading values. Since there is a background radiation from the cosmic environment and the air, there should be 20 to 30 beats per minutes flashing under normal environment conditions.