This is our 8th in a series of free technical webinars that will give you the opportunity to interact with Mirion application and product experts on a variety of related topics.
In 2018, the Mirion Health Physics Division released the newest SPIR-Ace – a sleek and modern handheld radionuclide identification device (RID). This device uses gamma detection via a NaI or LaBr3 crystal to alarm, locate, and identify gamma radiation. The instrument's user interface includes modern swipe features, radiation mapping and reach-back capability.
Now, Mirion’s Spectroscopy Division has added compatibility with Genie™ 2000 and ISOCS™ to bring full nuclide quantification to the mix using the GenieXport™ application. Operators can acquire a spectrum, select a geometry, and export the data in a few clicks for complete quantification with Genie 2000.
In this webinar, we will present an overview of the SPIR-Ace. We will demonstrate some of the key functionality, such as source location and rapid nuclide identification. Special focus will be provided on how to obtain nuclide activities with the SPIR-Ace RID and GenieXport application.
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