The spectrometer AT1316 (chair-type) is intended for studying the energy distribution of gamma radiation, identify gamma-emitting radionuclides and also for measuring the activity of gamma-emitting radionuclides incorporated in the whole body and lungs.
Spectrometer is a stationary laboratory measuring instrument, which also can be placed in a special vehicle of a transportable laboratory.
The operation principle of spectrometers is based on the registration of gamma-quanta emitted by radionuclides contained in the human’s body by an appropriate type of detector, which outputs an electrical impulse with amplitude, which is proportional to the energy of the detected gamma-quantum.
The spectrometer AT1316 is calibrated by whole body phantoms (universal or anthropomorphic) or using by software MCC-MT (Monte-Carlo simulation).
- scintillation gamma-ray detector based on crystal NaI(Tl) with embedded MCA;
- collimator, chair and base;
- power supply adapter;
- software for spectrometric analysis SICH-ATK or ASW2;
- documentation and manual;