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Radiation Monitoring Watch

Overview

The Radiation Monitoring Watch (RMW) is a lightweight, compact, and low power gamma radiation monitoring gadget in the form factor of a wristwatch. It indicates the prevailing dose rate, accumulated dose, and current date & time. It can assist Emergency Response Personnel, Police, Security Staff, and First Responders while attending radiological emergency. It can also be used by the visitors to a Nuclear Facility.RMW alerts the user with an audible alarm when the dose rate or accumulated dose exceeds the preset threshold.

Radiation Monitoring Watch

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Radiation Monitoring Watch (RMW) is a lightweight, compact, and low power gamma radiation monitoring gadget in the form factor of a wristwatch. It indicates prevailing dose rate, accumulated dose and current date & time. RMW also alerts the user with an audible alarm when the dose rate or accumulated dose exceeds the preset threshold.

FEATURES

  • Continuous monitoring of the ambient gamma dose and dose rate.

  • Detects Gamma-Radiation through Geiger-Muller tube detector.

  • Audible alarm on preset accumulated dose and dose rate.

  • Water Resistant.

  • Compact and light weight.

  • Operates on a commercially available 3V coin cell.

  • Auto exit from “Set Mode” to normal operating mode after 30 sec of inactivity..

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Energy Range: 60 keV to 1.5 MeV.

  • Gamma dose rate measurement range: 0.04 μSv/h to 4mSv/h.

  • Sensitivity: 0.16CPS/μSv/h.

  • Alarm type: Audio.

  • Current consumption at background radiation level: 70 μA.

  • Battery life: more than 6 months (at background radiation level).

  • LCD refresh rate 10 seconds.

  • Auto adjustment of response time in the range of 10to 150 seconds.

  • Battery: Single CR 2450 Lithium battery (coin cell).

  • Dial Diameter: 52mm.

  • Weight: 65g (watch with battery).

  • Display Size: 1.28”.

  • Display Resolution: 128 pixels *128 pixels.

APPLICATIONS

  • The Radiation Monitoring Watch is a compact hand wearable gadget. It can assist Emergency Response Personnel, Police &Security Staff, and First Responders while attending radiological emergency. It can also be used by the visitors to a Nuclear Facility.

Radiation Monitoring Watch

Detail Technical Brochure

The Radiation Monitoring Watch (RMW) is a lightweight, compact, and low power gamma radiation monitoring gadget in the form factor of a wristwatch. It indicates the prevailing dose rate,accumulated doseand current date & time. RMW also alerts the user with an audible alarm when the accumulated dose / dose rate exceeds the presetthreshold.

FEATURES

  • Continuous monitoring of the ambient gamma dose and dose rate.
  • Detects Gamma-Radiation through Geiger-Muller tube detector.
  • Audible alarm on preset accumulated dose / dose rate.
  • Water Resistant Design
  • Digital watch with calendar
    • Hours and minutes.
    • Day, date and month.
    • 12 hrs time format.
  • Compact and light weight.
  • Runs on a commercially available 3V coin cell.
  • Auto exit from “Setting Mode” to normal operating mode after 30 sec of inactivity.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Energy Range: 60 keV to 1.5 MeV.
  • Gamma dose rate measurement range: 0.04 μSv/h to 4mSv/h.
  • Sensitivity: 0.16CPS/μSv/h.
  • Alarm type: Audio.
  • Current consumption at backgroundradiation level: 70 μA.
  • Battery life: more than 6 months (atbackground radiation level)
  • LCD refresh rate 10 seconds.
  • Auto adjustment of response time in the range of 10to 150 seconds.
  • Battery: Single CR 2450 Lithium battery (coin cell).
  • Dial Diameter: 52mm.
  • Weight: 65g (watch with battery).
  • Display Size: 1.28”.
  • Display Resolution: 128 pixels *128 pixels.

APPLICATIONS

  • TheRadiation Monitoring Watch is a compact hand wearable gadget. It can assist Emergency Response Personnel, Police, Security Staff, and First Responders while attending the radiological emergency. It can also be used by the visitors to a Nuclear Facility.

INFRASTRUCTURAL REQUIREMENT

a. Space

  • Fabrication of RMW does not require large working space.
  • ~ A small working area of 10 to 15 Square Feet may be more than adequate.

b. Man Power

  • One technicianis required for components soldering, system assembly, and testing.

c. Assembly and Test Equipment

  • Standard assembly and testing equipment like Soldering station, Microcontroller programmer, Oscilloscope, Multimeter, Electrostatic voltmeter etc

d. Power Supply

  • Power supply is required only for assembly and test equipment

e. Third Party Facilities

  • PCB fabrication facility
  • RMW enclosure fabrication facility
  • Radiation Calibration Facility.

Who Should apply


Interested parties with Engineering & Scientific knowledge, good financial background and adequate experience of products manufacturing & fabrication with technical capability in the area of interested technology and having or interested in setting –up facilities for production would be preferred.


How to apply

Send your Technology Transfer Application form duly filled and signed alongwith a Demand Draft/Bankers cheque of Rs. 500/- (for Indian entities) or US $50/- (for foreign entities) drawn in favour of “Accounts Officer, BARC” as application processing fee on following address: 

Head, Technology Transfer and Collaboration Division 
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre,
Trombay, Mumbai – 400 085, India.

Fax : +91-22-25505151


Note:Applications without processing fee as applicable above of Rs. 500/- or US $50/- for each technology will not be considered.


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Contact Us

Head, 
Technology Transfer and Collaboration Division
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre,
Trombay, Mumbai 400 085.

Fax :+91-22- 25505151
Email : headttcd@barc.gov.in

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