Mirion/Canberra CSP probe
The CSP philosophy defines the probe as “independent” and does not need a “matched pairs” readout unit. In addition, using the CSPS software, a CSP probe can be directly connected to a PC for calibration purposes, or just to test the response of the probe, or set its alarm setpoints. This connection to a PC can be made via a wired USB cable, or even wireless via any of the CSP-COM accessories that fit on the back of the probe.
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Part number: EM81933
Part number: EM81933 The SABG-100 probe could be used with any CSP survey meter or device that can handle CSP protocol. Its a phoswich detector with 100 cm² for direct measurement of alpha, beta and gamma emitters. SABG-100 compares to the SAB-100 with its better gamma efficiency. Don't forget to order cable.
Easy-Count Field Smear/Filter Counter
Part number: EM96556, EM108330, EM108331
Part number: EM96556, EM108330, EM108331 The Easy-Count is a field deployable smear counter for measurement of surface contamination. It is designed to be used with the Colibri, RDS-32 or Avior survey meter.
Part number: EM85916
Part number: EM85916 The SABG-15+ is a part of the CSP (Canberra Smart Probe) and designed for the measurement of surface contamination. Detects alpha, beta and gamma emitters. The probe itself store key parameters, settings, calibrations, probe ID, alarm settings (10 values for each unit to display with default setting), etc.
SPAB-15 - PIPS detector
Part number: EM78766
Part number: EM78766 The SPAB-15 probe for measurement of surface contamination is designed to be used with any CSP survey meter, like Colibri, RDS-31, Avior, MIP-10, etc. Its Silicon PIPS detector with 15 cm2 detection area makes it an ideal tool for direct measurement of alpha and beta emitters.
Part number: EM95464
Part number: EM95464
Large area probe for alfa and beta contamination monitoring. It has a mechanical design to hold a foot and works with AVIOR as a super compact hand/foot contamination monitor. It has a presence sensor to switch between background and active measurement.
Option: Instrument holder and Cables
SN-S neutron probe
Part number: EM85810
Part number: EM85810 The SN-S is a light weight neutron probe designed for neutron surveys. The SN-S is compatible with all CSP family instruments, including CSP-COM. The SN-S exceeds ANSI N42. 34 neutron detection specifications.
SN-D-2 neutron probe
Part number: EM108072
Part number: EM108072 DN-D-2 is a neutron ambient dose-rate H*(10) probe that connects to CSP compatible meters/systems and CSP meters. It leverages all CSP benefits and uses most CSP accessories. SN-D-2 is compliant with most recent IEC 61005, ANSI 42.
Part number: EM78627
Part number: EM78627 The SX-2R probe for measurement of leakage and surface contamination is designed to be used with any CSP survey meter. Its 1. 5” NaI(Tl) detector with 3 mm thickness and Beryllium window makes it an ideal tool for direct measurement of x-ray emitters.
STHF-R water proof high dose rate probe
Part number: EM84483
Part number: EM84483 The STHF-R ultra high flux probe is designed for the measurements of very high gamma dose-equivalent rates up to 1000 Sv/h which can be found in pools in nuclear power plants or in recycling facilities.
TELE-STTC-2 Telescopic probe
EM106942 for Colibri
EM106944 for RDS-31/32
EM108412 for RDS-31/32 without additional molded rings
Tele-STTC-2 supports ALARA principles by allowing the operator to obtain measurements both quickly and at increased distances, due to its maneuverability.
Part number: EM82481, EM83442, EM90284, EM83437
Part number: EM82481, EM83442, EM90284, EM83437 The CSP-COM module is ideal for remote monitoring applications, monitoring radiation in hot zones without human intervention or to centralize data acquisition. It can also simplify instrument installation by eliminating cables. The CSP-COM module can be plugged into any CSP probe.
CSP-PL Programming Library
Part number: EM89696
Part number: EM89696 With CSP-PL Programming Library, CSP probes can be connected directly to a PC without the need for a survey meter. Measurements can be directly acquired, stored and displayed in any way that the computer allows.