The Geiger Müller sensor is used to monitor alpha, beta, and gamma radiation. The sensor consists of the Geiger Müller adapter, a Geiger Müller counter and a steel rod for clamping into a suitable holding device.
The Geiger Müller counter is a GM tube with built-in integral high tension power supply. It has a yellow LED power indicator and audible bleep for each radioactive pulse that is recorded.
The sensor becomes active and starts to count as soon as it receives power from the data logger. A button press will reset an open count to zero.
The SmartQ GM Sensor can be used to investigate a number of scientific experiments such as:
All our sensors are supplied with 5 years warranty and lifetime support.
For customers outside of the UK, please contact Data Harvest or an overseas distributor within your country.
All available downloadable product manuals and firmware for the Geiger Muller Sensor
|Ranges||3, Counts, Open Counts, Pulse Counts|
0 to 500 counts per sec,
0 to 5,000 counts per 10 sec,0 to 10,000 counts per min
|Open Counts||0 to 65,535 open count|
|Pulse Counts||0 to 100% pulse output|
What's in the box
|1x Geiger Müller Adaptor|
|1x Geiger Müller Sensor|
|1x Metal Support Rod|
Window specifications: Thickness: 1.5 to 2.0 mg/cm2.
Useful diameter: 9.14 mm.
Gas filling: Neon, Argon, and Halogen
The GM tube’s window is made of a very thin sheet of mica, protected by a cap that is best left on except when measuring alpha radiation.
Excluding the Pulse output range, the fastest speed that data can be captured is 50 Hz (20 ms).
3.5 mm Jack plug connects the GM counter to the adaptor