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NukAlert-ER™, with its unique 'Extended Range' Continuous Coverage from 1µR/hr
through 600R/hr, performs all of the functions of the three devices that
constituted our now lapsed Civil Defense Program. Plus, live reporting to
a Geiger Counter suitable for evaluating personal and environmental
decontamination and preliminary evaluation of food & water contamination.
a Survey Meter suitable for evaluating safe evacuation routes and safe
sheltering options in a disaster or attack.
a Dosimeter for tracking cumulative exposure doses.
NukAlert-ER™ is designed for First Responders, Civil Defense and individual
personal and family protection.
Fire, Police, First Responders
School, Shelter Entrances
& Water Preliminary Evaluations
& Remediation Tasks
and Individual Protection
on-line field reporting network
NukAlert-ER™ can measure the higher radiation fields near a nuclear incident as
well as any elevated levels still around months later or further away.
device can also be used to gauge the cumulative exposure dose of a single
individual or group to aid wise decision making.
and easy operation with user rate/dose alarm presets. Manual simplifies
radiation level interpretation & proper action.
and Accuracy (Cs137): 1µR/hr through
600R/hr ± 20%
Sensitivity: 18 counts/sec @ 1mR/hr
Saturation: No saturation below 1000R/hr
(Shielded): <10 counts/minute
sensitivity: Through front window above
System: Active electronic quenching
Rate Measurement Method: Time To First
Voltage: Adjustable by software up to
Tube: Supplied with KR-121 Geiger tube, Other tubes available as options.
Compensation: Optional Sn/Cu
Access: By Display, USB, or Live OnLine
Display: 2 line x 16 character backlit LCD
selectable Roentgen or Sievert scale
source: 2 AA alkaline or NiMH cells,
Universal Cell Phone Charger
Life (2600mAhr Alkaline): Up to 65hr at
background count rate
between 1mR/hr and 10mR/hr
Geiger above 100mR/hr
to 1 year in periodic monitor mode
to 3 years sleep mode
and Weight: 135mm x 70mm x 25mm, 165g
Environment: -15°C to +65°C
to 95% humidity (non condensing)
year full, 5 yrs prorated parts & labor
with Win PC and internet via
OPEN SOURCE App.
and Android apps under development.
Cable & custom protective case included.
A Renowned Expert's
Review of the NukAlert-ER
documented in my recent book ACTIONS FOR SURVIVAL, First-Responders and the
public alike can safely endure brief high levels of radiation exposure to save
both themselves and others. Unfortunately
most available instruments are designed for low-level detection and are
incapable of reading the much higher, truly life-threatening but manageable,
radiation levels. Without
appropriate instruments First-Responders will be pulled back too far to do much
good, and those in affected areas won't know if they have 10 hours or 10
minutes to evacuate safely. NukAlert-ER
is the first affordable 'Extended Range' instrument that provides seamless
coverage, from uR/hr background measurement to life threatening levels up to
600R/hr. It is both an alarming rate meter and dosimeter with USB and optional
Bluetooth for remote monitoring and reporting. Throughout
my over 60 year nuclear career, if I could have had only one instrument to
assure my personal safety, the NukAlert-ER 'Extended Range' is exactly what I
would have wanted. It will be a life-saver for both First-Responders and the
Brodsky, Sc.D., CHP, CIH, DABR
Prof. of Radiation Science,
Univ. Physics Dept., Catholic U of America,
Senior Scientist at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC),
Senior Health Physicist at U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC),
Tech Director Radiation Medicine Unit, PBU Hospital, managed plutonium
Radiation Hazards Physicist at U.S. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), Washington,
Physicist, Radef Officer at Federal Civil Defense Administration, training
responders in fallout
Physicist, 2nd H Bomb Test at Bikini Atoll measuring prompt neutron spectra
& dose vs. distance
Physicist, 1st H Bomb Test at Enewetak Atoll measuring prompt gamma radiation
Head, Health Physics Unit at Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
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