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In-situ Analysis and Isotope Identification

New Order provides In-situ Analysis and Isotope Identification services for all phases of site activity from characterization to final status including

Canberra Osprey- Universal Digital MCA Tube Base for Scintillation Spectrometry  

The Osprey  is a high-performance, fully-integrated multi-channel analyzer (MCA) tube base that contains everything needed to support scintillation spectrometry. Designed for both laboratory and field use, this one compact unit contains a high-voltage power supply (HVPS), preamplifier and a full-featured digital MCA. Osprey can be controlled through either USB or Ethernet with no need to purchase two separate units – an industry first. USB or Ethernet, there is only one cable connecting the Osprey to the control and data acquisition system.

 

For desk-top applications, power and all communications are handled by a USB 2.0 port. In situations where networking and/or remote access are desired, the Ethernet 10/100BaseTX port can be used which provides power and communications via power-over-Ethernet (PoE). An example of using Osprey’s networking capabilities is setting up a radiation monitoring system with multiple unattended detectors in remote locations. (Ethernet can also be used in desk-top applications instead of USB if needed.) Coupled with the powerful Genie 2000 software suite, the Osprey takes scintillation spectrometry to a new level. Just connect probe and Osprey, connect the Osprey to an available USB or Ethernet port, start the Genie 2000 software, and you are ready to acquire the spectrum, making this a true “plug-and-play” solution.

 

The Genie 2000 software suite is a comprehensive environment for MCA control, data acquisition, display, and analysis. It provides independent support for multiple detectors, extensive networking capabilities, advanced data analysis, and comprehensive batch procedure capabilities. With the Genie 2000 programming libraries, the advanced user can develop custom applications using all available Genie 2000 features and user interfaces. An OS independent software development kit (SDK) with examples is available and can be used without Genie 2000. The SDK is similar to the comprehensive set of programming tools available with CANBERRA’s Lynx® MCA. It allows expert users to develop platform independent applications for instrument control and data acquisition.

In addition, a diagnostic web graphical user interface (GUI) application is supplied with the Osprey, providing MCA and probe status information, network setup, and firmware upgrade functionalities.

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GR-130 portable spectrometer

The Exploranium GR-130 mini SPEC GM-B Gamma Ray Spectrometer accompanied by the “SpecView” software is used by New Order technicians for this task. The GR-130 mini SPEC and SpecView software allow real time data acquisition and analysis and allows saving and displaying data and radiation spectra on a field computer.

 

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The GR-130 mini SPEC represents a variety of detection methods in the field of radiation monitoring, offering the user not only the ability to search for and locate radioactive material but also to automatically identify the radioactive nuclides present. This capability in a fully portable hand-held unit will permit its use in a wide variety of applications including:

 

– Identification of unknown radioactive material

– Hazard identification and risk assessment

– Inspection of incoming and outgoing material for radioactive contamination

– Survey of waste sites for radioactive material

– Employee exposure rate and dose monitoring

– Radioactive source monitoring

– Government inspection for material compliance

– Regulatory control of radioactive material

– Classification of radioactive material for a wide variety of users

 

The isotope identifier base library includes:

U-233; U-Nat; U-235; Pu-239; Ra-226; Th-232; Am-241; Cs-137;

Co-60; Ba-133; Tl-201; Ir-192; Pu(Pb); I-131; K-40; Co-57

 

Nuclide library files identified with the GR-130 portable spectrometer and

SpecView software

 

Am-241 Eu-154 Mn-54 Tc-99m
Ba-133 F-18 Mo-99 Th-232
Bi-207 Fe-59 Na-22 Tl-201
Cd-109 Ga-67 Na-24 U-233
Ce-139 I-123 Np-237 U-235
Co-57 I-125 Pd-103 U235/8
Co-58 I-129 Pu-239 Xe-133
Co-60 I-131 Ra-226 Y-88
Cr-51 In-111 Se-75 Y-90m
Cs-137 Ir-192 Sm-153
DEP-U K-40 Sn-113
Eu-152 Kr-85 Sr-85

 

 

 

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