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Electronic Control Concepts Radiation Detector

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February 01, 2005

ECC’s Model 380 Radiation Detector is a small, handheld alert system that emits audible beeps in the presence of alpha, beta, and gamma radiation, as well as X-rays. The simple and highly sensitive system has a “silence mode” that can be activated with a small switch and will only sound an alarm in high-radiation areas. It also has a vibrate option and a belt clip for easy storing.

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