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Soeks Defender COMPTEUR GEIGER COUNTER SOEKS DETECTEUR RADIOACTIVITE XRAY RADIATION rayon X

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  • La nouvelle version de Soeks-01M ! Le modèle avril 2012 !
  • Cet appareil mesure la dose de radioactivité de la radiation Gamma et Bêta et du rayonnement X.
  • Nouvelle coque en caoutchouc.
  • Prolongation de la durée de fonctionnement des piles
  • Geiger Muller tube SBM-20-01, mesure rapide en 10 secondes.
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Détails sur le produit

  • Dimensions du produit: 10,2 x 1,8 x 4,3 cm ; 172 g
  • Numéro du modèle de l'article: Defender
  • ASIN: B007ZPHOCU
  • Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr : 4 mai 2012
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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Description du produit

Compteur Geiger est un détecteur de rayonnement Soeks Defender créé pour la prise de mesure du rayonnement de fond, la définition des objets, de la nourriture, des matériaux de construction affectés par les éléments radioactifs. Menu/manuel en anglais. Les spécificités du Soeks Defender (en comparaison avec Soeks-01M) sont les suivantes : prise de mesure de la dose de radioactivité accumulée jusqu'à 100 Sv, nouvelle coque en caoutchouc, prolongation de la durée de fonctionnement des piles, indicateur sonore du dépassement de la dose accumulée, batteries rechargeables et chargeur de batterie supplémentaire. Appareil compact et léger, écran multicouleur, chargeur USB, alarme sonore, indication numérique et graphique. Le dosimètre Defender apprécie le fond de rayonnement d'après la valeur de puissance du rayonnement ionisant (radiation gamma et flux de particules bêta) en prenant en considération le rayonnement X. Suite aux mesures, vous pouvez lire la valeur précise du rayonnement de fond en mcSv/h ainsi que les messages suivants : « Fond de rayonnement dans les normes », « Fond de rayonnement élevé » ou « Fond de rayonnement dangereux »

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La possibilité d'avoir le langage en français et la bienvenue. Appréciable aussi que l'appareil soit vendu avec des accumulateurs rechargeables.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Small, Fast, Good Price, and Easy To Use. 22 octobre 2016
Par Delta V - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I got this unit for when I visit friends out in the southwest; we are amateur rock, gem, and mineral collectors. I don't use it often but for the price, and features I thought I would give it a try. It seems to be solid but it is very light and the construction feels a little thin, so for added protection I keep it in an old nokia leather cell phone case with the clear front. So far it has been a good basic detector / dosimeter, that uses the sensitive Russian SBM-20 Geiger tube. I like that it has a fast response and you don't have to be a mad scientist be able to use the Soeks. As others have said the menu is a little tricky to navigate at first, but you get used to it real fast. The screen has the main information in large clear fonts and colors. It is however 1 in X 1-3/8 in. so the smaller information may be harder to see for older people. Radiation Levels automatically display as Normal (in Green), High (in Yellow), and Dangerous (in Red) so there is little guessing about what the number means if you don't understand the reading. The Soeks will pick up Beta and Gamma radiation, but not Alpha. The secondary screen information shows the current accumulated radiation dose you have received, for the amount of time indicated that the unit has been on, as well as the current dose rate It has 2 AAA batteries that come with it, which can be charged by connecting its cable to any standard 5v USB port or wall adapter. Regular AAA batteries can be use but you must turn off the charging feature through the menu. It says you get about 10 hours out of a set of batteries, but I only have had it on about 2 hours at any one time. With the USB cable you can have it plugged in, and run it indefinitely to monitor you area. The USB port is for charging only; there is no data capture or recording with this unit.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice device. 25 avril 2014
Par Ricky V - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Being my first venture with a Geiger Counter/Dosimeter, with no related background experience, I find this to be a great size and easy to use item. I felt it necessary to study radiation, its types and effects, to better understand how and what I am measuring. The display is bright and easy to see, and gives readings as well as general normal or high background levels, so you can get a quick general idea of 'good or bad', in the event you are in the process of learning more about the true nature of radioactivity, ionizing radiation, half-life's etc., and the systems/units used in measuring. It's also entertaining to check food and other items and learn about the 'natural radiations' we are exposed to on a daily basis. There is lots of information available from professionals with minimal searching on the web, who have helped me understand more about how, why, when, and where, the numbers this SOEKS Defender are reading, may present a problem.
Fukushima motivated me to make this purchase, and I recommend for numerous reasons, this purchase to those interested. Piece of mind (so far), being one of them. Future health, safety, and plain old awareness, among others.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good low-cost peace of mind 26 novembre 2015
Par Tom - Publié sur Amazon.com
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So far working great. I tested some cranberries and got a .04 microsievert reading over background. Even though this is not dangerous, I was concerned. I had washed these off in tap water. Just on a hunch I dried them off and washed them again in RO water. Viola, background radiation level only. So it was the tap water--although well below EPA max.

A good feature is that if you leave it on you can get a cumulative dose. It doesn't have a data link but I'm only using it for general screening (and it's not certified for official readings.) If I ever want to get fancy, I have an eye on several units that cost about 5 times as much.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Works great 26 juin 2016
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Works great, was able to measure my small natural uranium ore sample with it and found out that pink Himalayan salt is about .03 micro sieverts per hour higher than normal background radiation at my house. Have had a lot of fun with this and it could be used as a legitimate tool though I would but a more expensive dosimeter for areas like Chernobyl or Fukushima that have hot spots, I wouldn't consider this a You it's a fine instrument and tool that works great, it's just that the gamma scout is better for situations that could have your life in the line if a hot spot isn't detected. This counter would detect it no problem but since it is a more affordable one, I would not depend upon my life with it. At home science though and even as a dosimeter on the job, this is your best choice :)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good value as a device. But Soeks needs better user information. 29 janvier 2014
Par Ted - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The device is five star. Had one for a couple of years. It is reliable
and simple to use. I bought it for science education use in a
classroom. Good value.

If Soeks had better user materials to go along with it I would rate it a "5".
They lack a way for the average user to interpret the Defender's output, the SI unit of
micro sieverts per hour. The Rem unit is more common in the U.S. and books
on the subject use this unit.

The best thing I found is that the graphic "Radiation Dose Chart" from Reed College.

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