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1 First Previous HomeNextLast LAURUS Systems | Ph: (410) | Fax: (410) Personal Radiation Detector

2 First Previous HomeNextLast LAURUS Systems | Ph: (410) | Fax: (410) Purpose of a PRD The mini rad-D like the radiation pager has many uses. Among those uses are search-detect and surveillance of radiation sources. An example of some of the common uses for PRDs are: Inspection check-points Border controls Patrolling large areas Discreet monitoring at events Baggage-vehicle-container searches Attaching inside of vehicles The following presentation is not designed as a complete training tool for the use of a PRD but only to illustrate the operational use of the mini rad-D.

3 First Previous HomeNextLast LAURUS Systems | Ph: (410) | Fax: (410) Placing the unit in detect mode When the PRD is placed in detect mode Turn unit on and select audio or vibration notification. The unit will illuminate a small LED in the corner of the large display every 15 seconds to verify detect mode is operational. ON/OFF – Vibrate/Speaker LED Display Small LED

4 First Previous HomeNextLast LAURUS Systems | Ph: (410) | Fax: (410) Gamma source detection above threshold Management of the PRD when a gamma source above threshold level is detected. Flashing LED changes in color and frequency of flash interval as operator approaches the radiation source. The alarm level (1 thru 9) is displayed automatically in real time on the large display. The audio or vibration alert will continue until operator moves away from gamma source. No additional operator activity is required.

5 First Previous HomeNextLast LAURUS Systems | Ph: (410) | Fax: (410) Search Procedure Three search features of the mini rad-D: 1. Radiation intensity is indicated on large LED - scale from 1 to 9 (see below). 2. The small flashing LED will change from orange to red and increase in frequency of flashes as operator moves towards radiation source. 3. The intensity of the audio or vibration alert will increase as the operator moves towards the source – operator not required to view unit to effectively search. Alarm Level MRem/HruSv/Hr

6 First Previous HomeNextLast LAURUS Systems | Ph: (410) | Fax: (410) Operation in weather conditions Operation of the unit outside of the included carrying case in severe weather conditions The mini rad-D is sealed with an enhanced membrane to protect it in the event of rain, spray, brief immersion, drop to concrete, dust, etc. Mini rad-D with case or belt clip

7 First Previous HomeNextLast LAURUS Systems | Ph: (410) | Fax: (410) Where to place the batteries Remove the battery cover with a small phillips head screwdriver and remove old batteries. Insert new AA batteries and carefully replace the cover and tighten the screw. Make sure not to over tighten the small screw holding the battery cover in place. Battery Cover


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