Key product features in a nutshell
RADEAGLET is light, easy to handle and designed for high performance nuclide identification in a small, lightweight housing. It is considered the lightest radio-isotope identification device (RIID) on the market.
It measures the dose rate, locates the source and identifies it. Reliable, robust and quick. Please find further key features by scrolling down on this page.
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RADEAGLET´s detector is sensitive and small. It is read out with a smart signal processing technique that allows for tremendous throughput and optimal resolution. It consists of a sodium iodide NaI(Tl) crystal which is sensitive to radiation. But thats not all. RADEAGLE can be equipped with other detector materials as well. We also offer a lanthanum bromide LaBr3(Ce) variant, which provides even better resolution.
Up to 16 hours operation in the field
RADEAGLET features 8 hours nonstop operation, adding up to 16 hours of nonstop operation when using the extension package. Operation time is of great importance in the field. Therefore, all components of the RADEAGLET were designed for low energy consumption and efficient processing, including Automatic display dimming and energy-saving features in its computer system.
The instrument has different functional modes for the user. These include: a) a Dose Rate Mode to measure the dose and count rate, b) a Detect Mode, that helps to find and locate sources, c) an Easy-ID Mode to quickly identify the source of radiation.
Furthermore, RADEAGLET features several advanced measurement functions, including the same comprehensive spectroscopic laboratory as RADEAGLE, e.g. with a detailed spectrum analysis screen, sensitivity adjustments for its sensors or an automatic ID with waterfall visualisation.
The picture on the left shows the the dose rate screen (upper left), the easy-calibration screen (upper right), the detect mode (lower left) and the spectrum view with ID based peak indication (lower right).
There is a WiFi dongle positioned behind RADEAGLET´s front cover. As long as you need wireless connectivity it is safely stored. If you enter areas of high security, e.g. military perimeters or other sensitive infrastructure, often it is not allowed to actually have wireless hardware on board. Therefore, you can simply detach the dongle from the handle and the hardware is de-facto physically removed.
The USB port can be used for several things. You can attach a USB stick for copying your data. The RADEAGLET software has features for smart extraction of your data. It keeps you updated on the consumed memory and offers different ways of clearing the data, e.g. removing all spectra older than a month.
Second, you can connect to any wired network with the USB port. Just plugin a USB-Ethernet cable and you are good to go.
You can also get collected data via the SD card. It can be removed and used in any common, available PC.
Spectroscopic and radiologic data measured with RADEAGLET is tagged with geographical information, once the optional GPS module is installed.
Access to RADEAGLET data is very easy. After choosing your preferred way connection (WLAN, WLAN Hotspot, USB, ...), you can simply use your browser to access the web interface of the instrument. You can view and download spectra, generate reports, make comments, review ID results and many other things.
The identification of nuclides is based on the spectrum. On the computer system of RADEAGLE & RADEAGLET runs a powerful mathematical algorithm that identifies radioactive sources based on this spectrum. It can also find the right composition, if multiple of these sources are there simultaneously.
Describing the engine behind it would be lengthy. If you are affine to keywords: a multi-agent system with an armada of over 100 functional agents, a stochastic deconvolution and a self-learning Kalman filter are vital components in its realization. Sometimes, we call it a neuro-spectroscopic brain.
RADEAGLET does not use any internal source. It does not contain any radiating material at all! Instead, we use the natural background radiation. See the tiny little peak in the spectrum? This is a peak of 40K. It is nearly always there. This is one of many peaks RADEAGLET grabs to keep the calibration in place. And because our detector is so large, it sees the tiny peak very quickly.
The software also applies machine learning techniques for storing the complicated dependencies of the peak position and the temperature. Each individual instrument is virtually "trained" at innoRIIDs European production facilities, not only with respect to temperature values but especially to different temperature change rates (shocks).
If you require a unit with internal source, we can optionally equip the RADEAGLET with a small 137Cs source.
|Energy Range/MCA||15 keV to 3 MeV / 2048 channels|
Natural background. No internal source required.
Optional: 137Cs source
51Cr, 134Cs, 137Cs, 152Eu, 67Ga, 68Ga, 123I, 125I, 131I, 111In, 192Ir, 40K, 54Mn, 99Mo,
22Na, 237Np, 226Ra, 75Se, 90Sr, 99mTc, 232Th, 201Tl, 131mXe, 133Xe, 133mXe, 135Xe,
176Lu, 95Zr, 125Sb, 132Te, 95Nb, 132I, 228Ac, 140Ba, 155Eu, 147Nd, 115Cd, 115mCd,
103Ru, 144Pr, 140La, 141Ce, 75Se
Uranium: 233U, 235U and 238U in different enrichment ratios, including depleted uranium
Plutonium: 238Pu, 239Pu in reactor-grade and weapon grade compositions including 240Pu, 241Pu
|Nuclide Categories||Special nuclear material (SNM), Naturally occurring radiation (NORM), Industrial emitter (IND), or Medical source (MED)|
|Dimensions||227 mm x 78 mm x 85 mm (8.9” x 3.1” x 3.4”)|
|Display||640 x 480, 89 mm (3.5”) Transflective Color TFT|
|Batteries||Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery Pack|
|Operational Run Time||>10 hours standard operation at room temperature|
|Operating Temperature||–20 °C to +50 °C (–4 °F to +122 °F )|
|Relative Humidity||10% – 90%, non-condensing|
|Memory||>16 GB (1,000,000 spectra)|
|CPU Speed||1 GHz|
|File Formats||ANSI N42.42, SPE (IAEA)|
|Connectivity||USB, WiFi, GPS (optional)|
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10), MAC OS X Yosemite, Linux (tested for Ubuntu)|
|Model||Detector Type||Detector Dimensions||PMT||GM||He3||Resolution @ 662 keV 137Cs at ambient room temp||Dose Rate Range Detector µSv/h||Dose Rate Range GM, up to Sv/h||Nominal Weight lb (g)|
|RADEAGLET-2SG||NaI(Tl)||50.8x25.4 mm (2x1 in)||1.5”||x||≤7.2%||0.01–200||1||1.94 (880)|
|RADEAGLET-2SG-GPS||NaI(Tl)||50.8x25.4 mm (2x1 in)||1.5”||x||≤7.2%||0.01–200||1||1.98 (900)|
|RADEAGLET-2SG-H||NaI(Tl)||50.8x25.4 mm (2x1 in)||1.5”||x||x||≤7.2%||0.01–200||1||2.00 (910)|
|RADEAGLET-2SG-H-GPS||NaI(Tl)||50.8x25.4 mm (2x1 in)||1.5”||x||x||≤7.2%||0.01–200||1||2.05 (930)|
|RADEAGLET-1LG||LaBr3(Ce)||25.4x20.3 mm (1x0.8 in)||1.5”||x||≤3.2%||0.01–350||1||1.87 (850)|
|RADEAGLET-1LG-GPS||LaBr3(Ce)||25.4x20.3 mm (1x0.8 in)||1.5”||x||≤3.2%||0.01–350||1||1.92 (870)|
|RADEAGLET-1LG-H||LaBr3(Ce)||25.4x20.3 mm (1x0.8 in)||1.5”||x||x||≤3.2%||0.01–350||1||1.96 (890)|
|RADEAGLET-1LG-H-GPS||LaBr3(Ce)||25.4x20.3 mm (1x0.8 in)||1.5”||x||≤3.2%||0.01–350||1||2.01 (910)|
1Refers to the NaI(Tl) variant of the instrument. Other detector options feature different geometries.