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a measuring instrument for measuring doses of ionizing radiation (X-rays or radioactivity)

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Supply service, reading dosimeters with option of choice for companies that use the software for the management of personal dosimetric cards.
Personal dosimeters are extremely handy and are available in the form of either badge or ring.
The development of the extended range follows the success of the original dosimeter, the Tracerco PED-IS, which was launched in 2011.
JPM-RND is collaborating with the Navy on the development of a new Joint Personal Dosimeter (JPD) that can be used to replace the obsolete Navy IM-270 Casualty Dosimeter and the aging Army AN/PDR-75 dosimeter.
Though relatively stable with respect to the calibration service period, a change in the EPR response for irradiated alanine dosimeters is measurable with time [3-6].
Casella CEL, offers the CEL-350 dBadge micro noise dosimeter.
You wear a wrist dosimeter and at the end of operations it's placed in the -75A to measure the radiation dose.
The man said he was instructed to ignore dosimeter alerts and continue work in a high-radiation environment.
Dosimeters can be worn as badges or carried as devices around the size of a smartphone to detect radiation.
20 that it says is relatively low priced at 15,750 yen, compared with over 100,000 yen at least for other dosimeters on the retail market.
Fukushima City to give dosimeters to 34,000 children from fall
Tokyo, June 15 (ANI): Japan's Fukushima city would reportedly give radiation dosimeters to 34,000 children to measure their exposure from the March 11 earthquake-cum-tsunami hit nuclear power plant.
A range of measurement devices feature in the range, from environmental sound level meters and personal dosimeters to heat stress, air quality and vibration monitors.
AFGE, the American Federation of Government Employees, also said yesterday that it wants Transportation Security Officers to be provided with dosimeters to measure radiation output at the checkpoints.
Moreover, Turkey will send three vehicles, two trailers, 40 dosimeters, five radiation measuring devices to Japan later on Friday.