SPIR-IDENT

SPIR-IDENT
Carborne and Airborne Spectrometry


Spir-ident


Feature Highlights

Very sensitive nuclear detection and real time identification

For mobile use: car, boat, helicopter or airplane

Potential radiological threat search with Homeland Security algorithm

After event contamination mapping

Versatile configuration 1 to 4 detectors, 2 to 16 liters NaI(TI)

Rugged detection case and wireless tablet PC

GPS and mapping function


SPIR-IDENT system is a movable radiation monitoring system, developed for vehicle, helicopter and aircraft.

It is a ruggerized and friendly deployable equipment with the higher existing capability for both detection and identification or radioactive sources.

This system especially allows to detect artificial gamma isotopes among varying natural isotopes when used as an airborne or carborne system for the purpose of contamination evaluation and unattended source search.

SPIR-IDENT also exists as pedestrian portal monitor.

Spir-ident


Description

1 to 4 detection units including 1 or 2 NaI(Tl) detectors  (2 or 4 liter), MCAs and optional neutron detectors

1 interface unit with WiFi or wire PC link batteries, charger, DC and AC power supply

1 wireless ruggedized tablet PC with GPS

SIA identification algorithm designed for challenging Homeland Security issues

Simplified SpirMOBILE interface, based on GoogleEarth or RadiaMap interface based on ESRI Geographical Information System

Optional altitude acquisition module

Option remote transmission and remote commander station


Functions

1 second continuous elementary spectra acquisition and stabilization

Count rate/dose rate profile display

Single total channel or multi channels parallel operation

Continuous sliding spectra identification.

Alarm filtering according customer criteria

Simplied panel display ( level/ ID; instant or trend)

Expert display ( spectra, trend, raw and filtered ID)

Mapping: trajectory with level indication and alerts locations flags

Georeferenced database and replay capability


Performances

Typical 4 liters detector: for 137Cs, 8% resolution and 37cps per nSv/h sensitivity

1024 channels fast MCA, one per detector

Energy range 30keV to 3 MeV

Identification up to 4 isotopes mixed (in addition of background), with confidence level and quantification indication

Isotopes list according ANSI N42-34, N42-38, IEC62327, IEC 62484 draft, IAEA Tecdoc

User selectable alarm criteria

User calibration for quantification output


Characteristics

Polyester resin strengthened with glass fiber containers

Size:

  • Single detector case: 84x24x24cm (33x9x9 in), 18 kg (39.7 lb) (2l), 24 kg (52.9 lb) (4l)
  • Double detector case: 90x42x33cm (35x16x13 in), 35kg (77 lb) (2l), 49 kg (108 lb) (4l)
  • Interface case: 90x43x33 cm (35x17x13 in), 20 kg (44 lb)
  • Roof case 4 detectors (2l): 195x130x50cm (76x51x19 in), 120 kg (264.5 lb)

Operating temperature range: -20°C to +50°C (-68°F to +122°F), temperature shock protected

Power supply: vehicle 10-30 VDC or main 85-264 VAC

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