This sensor is a fast-reading probe for all types of radiation.
- Digital Precision
- Durable Plastic Casing
- For Measuring Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Radiation
The NeuLog Geiger sensor measures the most common types of radiation: alpha, beta, and gamma. Counting how many ionizing events occurred in a period of time or as rate (counts per second, for example) measures the radioactivity of a sample.
Radioactivity and distance, lifetime measurements, biological radioactive markers, measuring half-lives, and radiation shielding are all possible experiments. This sensor is for educational use only.
Ordering information: The following items are needed but not included: a battery module, viewer module (not needed if connecting to a computer to display data), USB module (not needed if using as a stand-alone probe or you have the Wi-Fi module), and Wi-Fi module (not needed if connecting to a computer through the USB module). Having a battery module and a USB module is recommended.
Caution: For educational use only.