Monitoring Service for the General Public
Joint development with the National
Institute of Advanced Industrial
Science and Technology (AIST)
Light and compact dosemeter designed to
detect gamma rays.
You can self-check the dose anytime.
FEATURES of D-Shuttle
Low battery consumption
Up to one-year operation without battery exchange.
After one year of usage, we exchange the battery,inspect the system, and submit a measurement report (paid service).
The indicator allows easy checking of the dose (Total dose and previous day's dose)
Hourly dose can be checked graphically on the PC display.
|Personal cumulative dosemeter (D-shuttle main unit)|
|Scope of radiation||Gamma ray|
|Equipped with erroneous detection prevention function using shock sensor|
|Measurement range||0.1 μSv to 99.9999 mSv (total cumulative dose)|
|Dose rate linearity||≦ ±10 % (2 μSv/h to 3 mSv/h)|
|Alarm||LED blinking in high dose environment|
|Recording||Dose record per hour|
|Power supply||Coin type lithium battery (CR2450)|
|Battery life||Approximately one year (viewing digital readout twice daily)|
|Measurement record display||Option 1: Download the data to the dedicated PC to display the measurement record.|
|Option 2: Insert the dosemeter into the accessory indicator to display the record.|
|Size / weight||Approximately 68 mm x 32 mm x 14 mm / 23 grams|
|Factory setting||Dose set to "0" when shipping|
|Size / weight||Approximately 68 mm x 44 mm x 37 mm / 50 grams|
|Power supply||Button battery|
|Display values||Total cumulative dose, number of days, and
cumulative dose readout of the previous day
|Function||Downloading the recorded data, resetting the dose record|
|Connection method with dosemeter||Optical and wireless connections|
Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
Where to place a dedicated PC:
If a dedicated PC is placed in a public area, local users can access and print the data at their convenience.