Vehicle monitoring radiation detection systems

The RC4000 series of vehicle radiation detection systems have been designed to detect very low Gamma Ray emissions in high density materials.

 

Design of the RC4000 incorporates over 20 years of engineering design and proven field application experience. The RC4000 utilizes advanced proprietary real time statistical algorithms to compensate for the fluctuations in background radiation caused by varying material densities to provide reliable and accurate detection. Superior NORM discrimination technology reduces false alarms.

 

The RC4000 is available in a variety of sizes and configurations, with the most common systems listed below. The vehicle size and type help determine the appropriate panel size and configuration. All RC4000 systems utilize high quality PVT scintillators, electronics and dual Photomultiplier Tubes (PMT). Remote access capability is available to provide technical support, software updates and electronic hardware adjustments.

 

ModelRC4069-2 RC4110-2RC4138-2
System Size (in3)4,2165,3768,432
System Size (L)6988138
PER/Panel Size (in3)2,1082,6324,216
PER/Panel Size (L)34.54469
# of PMTs/panel122
Detection Sensitivity *
Unshielded (Shielded Source)
 1.6 uCi (58mCi) 1.4 uCi (50mCi) 1.1 uCi (41mCi)

*Cs-137 point source at 1 meter from the face of the detector. The radiation exposure level is comparable to a 75mm x 150mm Cs-137 lead sealed source buried in 62.4 lbs/ft3 (1.0 g/cm3) of scrap.

Technical Data

RC4000 Series
Detection MethodPolyvinyl Toluene  (PVT)
Detector Enclosure RatingNEMA 4
Energy Range20KeV to 3.0 MeV
External Operating Temperature-4°F to 131°F (-20°C to to 55°C)
Data Output FieldsDate, time, occupancy duration, unit  ID, alarm condition, background count, gamma count
Data OutputXML, ASCII
Languages SupportedEnglish, Czech, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Finnish
Agency ComplianceANSI N42.35 / IEC 62244, ANSI N42.42 / IEC 62755
AccessoriesCamera
External Alarm
Supervisory Software
Neutron DetectionYes, optional