Radiation monitor, 'Model 9010 Radiation Monitor', metal / plastic, made by Radcal Corporation, Monrovia, California, United States of America, 1997-2005
This detector is used by hospitals and other health organisations to make routine or unscheduled service of x-ray machines. It is contained in a hard black case that contains 5 probe attachments as well as the control unit. The control unit displays measurement results and menu selections on a liquid crystal display. The main user controls are the SELECT dial and the ENTER push button located on the face of the unit. The probes are grey boxes with different head attachments.
Radcal's Model 9010 is a radiation-monitoring instrument that can utilize a wide range of Radcal ion chambers. Typical applications include direct beam measurements for diagnostic x-ray, mammography, and fluoroscopy, as well as gamma radiation fields.