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Part Number: 2147-5003
DIG32 32 Channel Digitizer
ADAC Epic Detector DIG32 32 Channel Digitizer P/N 2147-5003 for Argus, Genesys, Vertex. Pulled from working... view more
A gamma counter is a type of laboratory equipment used to measure the activity of gamma-emitting radioactive isotopes. It is typically used in medical and research laboratories to detect and measure the amount of radiation emitted from radioactive samples. The gamma counter is composed of a detector, a scintillation counter, and a computer. The detector is used to detect the gamma rays emitted from the sample, while the scintillation counter is used to convert the gamma rays into electrical signals. The computer then processes the signals and displays the results.
The price range for gamma counters can vary significantly depending on the type and features of the equipment. Generally, the cost of a basic gamma counter can range from around $2,000 to $20,000. High-end gamma counters can cost upwards of $50,000. Some of the leading manufacturers of gamma counters include Thermo Fisher Scientific, PerkinElmer, and Radiometer.