The RaySafe i3 offers:
Radiation protection is important because:
The RaySafe i3 allows staff to visualize x-ray in real-time. Building a strong radiation safety culture starts with giving the medical staff real-time insight about their personal exposure. This enables and empowers physicians, nurses, and staff to more effectively use all the radiation reduction solutions provided in the room. The RaySafe i3 is an active dosimetry system that provides real-time insights about radiation exposure, helping medical staff and physicians evaluate and directly adjust their behaviors.
RaySafe i3 real-time personal dosimeter
The i3 personal device measures and records radiation every second, and wirelessly sends it to the real-time display monitor. It is easy to wear, requires minimal maintenance and is personalized so each user is individually tracked.
At a glance, you can see dose data for connected personal dosimeters in real-time, allowing you to make immediate behavior changes to reduce radiation exposure immediately. Colored bars indicate on-going dose rate for each individual user as well as total exposure for your session.
It is as easy as tapping your name on the display to get detailed information about your personal dose history.
Use Dose Viewer software to administer dosimeters and view personal radiation dose information. Dose Manager lets you do advanced analysis, reporting and archiving of dose information. This powerful software manages multiple dosimeters and can retrieve dose information from multiple real-time displays throughout the hospital network or via USB storage.
|Weight||34 g (1.20 ounces)|
|Dimensions||40 x 58 x 17 mm
(1.6 x 2.3 x 0.7 inch)
|Energy Dependence||<25% (N-series, 40 – 150kV)|
|Temperature Dependence||<5%(18 °C – 26 °C)
<25% (15 °C – 18 °C, 26 °C – 35 °C)
|Response Time||<1 s, above 100 μSv/h
<5 s, below 100 μSv/h
|Integration Interval||1 s|
|Dose Rate Uncertainty
|10% or 10μSv/h (40 μSv/h – 150 mSv/h)
20% (150 mSv/h – 300 mSv/h)
40% (300 mSv/h – 500 mSv/h)
The measured dose rate is monotonically
increasing up to 1 Sv/h.
|Dose Reproducibility||10% or 1 μSv|
|Maximum Lifetime Dose||10 Sv|
|Battery||CR2450 (replaceable, 1 – 2 years lifetime depending on usage)|
|Communication||Radio communication to real-time display, carrier frequency depending on region. USB port for connection to PC|
|Dose unit||Sv or rem|
|Dimensions||300 x 250 x 60 mm
(11.8 x 9.8 x 2.4 inch)
|Weight||1240 g (43.74 oz)|
|Display||10.4″ touch screen|
|Storage||Dose rate by second and accumulated dose by hour for connected dosimeters. For 50 dosimeters the memory size allows storage of up to 5 years of accumulated dose and dose rate for the last 250 hours of exposure each.|
|Interfaces||Ethernet connection for Dose Manager USB connection for synchronizing data to USB memory stick|
|Power||12 V DC, <1.5 A External power supply included|
|Operating System||Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 or 10|
|System Memory||At least 1 GB (Dose Viewer)
At least 2 GB (Dose Manager)
|USB Connection||1 × USB 2.0|
|Hard Drive||At least 15 GB available space (Dose Manager)|
Instrument specifications are subject to purchased configuration. All specifications may change without notice.
Product is not available in every country. Check with your local representative for further information.
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