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Geiger Muller Counter

The Geiger Muller Sensor is used in experiments such as demonstrating the random nature of radioactive radiation, measuring Activity vs. Distance of a radioactive source and investigating the effect of different absorbers on radiation.
* Sensor design may change

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Specifications

  • Range: 0-∞ Count, Cpm, Cps
  • Resolution (12-bit): 1 count
  • Sensitivity: Alpha, beta, gamma
  • Window Thickness: 1.5 to 2.0 mg/cm₂
  • Window Material: Mica
  • Gas Filling: Neon, Argon and Halogen
  • Dead Time, at Recommended Supply Voltage: 90 μs

Learn how to calibrate the sensor:

Data sheet