The identiFINDER R series are easy-to-use handheld
instruments that quickly detect, locate and identify radiation sources. These products contain on-board Bluetooth, web
server and GPS technologies and produce rapid visible, audible and tactile
alerts that expedite response measures. The common operating interface reduces
training time and costs, while increasing operator confidence and inter-operability
between agencies using FLIR products.
identiFINDER R Series Brochure
A rugged, pager-sized spectroscopic personal radiation detector (SPRD) featuring a CsI detector (7.5% resolution) with next-generation solid state detector read-out technology. It is ANSI N42.32 and ANSI N42.48 compliant with identification for gamma sources. This product has a long-lasting internal rechargeable battery with additional external battery compartment for extended field situations and is ideal for routine, every day wear.
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A high-resolution spectroscopic personal radiation detector (SPRD) that provides gamma and neutron detection and full identification capability using CZT detectors (3.5% resolution). It features a bright, transflective color screen, Bluetooth®, GPS, and full web interface connectivity. This product is the ideal solution for high-fidelity, belt-worn passive scanning.
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The best all-around handheld radiation detection and identification product you can find. With over 15,000 devices in the field, the identiFINDER R400 is the most trusted radio-isotope identification device (RIID) worldwide. This product is the ideal solution for all-purpose surveying, emergency response and environmental monitoring.
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The fastest and most sensitive radionuclide identification device (RID) for detection and identification of radiation sources. The identiFINDER R500 is as easy to use as it is powerful. This product is the ideal solution for truck and cargo checks, large area scanning and for locating and identifying shielded sources.
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The covert movement of special nuclear material or weapons into populated areas represents possibly the greatest threat to the security of our world. Radionuclide detection and identification systems are required to effectively detect or deter this threat by recognizing the presence or movement of radioactive material across borders, into government buildings, at large public gatherings and much more. The Stride system was designed for this purpose.