|Panel Display||12.2" Touchscreen|
|Dimensions||11.8” w x 8.1” d x .4” h (30 x 21 x 1 cm)|
|Line Voltage||100 to 240 VAC, auto selectable by the power supply|
|Line Frequency||50/60 Hz, detachable line cord, built‐in EMI filter and transient suppression|
|Auxiliary Port||Two USB ports, one RS‐232 port|
|Energy Range||25 keV to 3 MeV photons|
The Atomlab 500 can be used for a wide variety of nuclear medicine, PET and radioimmunotherapy applications, with proven performance for fast, accurate measurements. The system consists of a low pressure ionization chamber, electrometer with extraordinary linearity, and an auto‐ranging color touchscreen display. Additionally, there are advanced, but easy‐to‐use programs for nuclear pharmacy.
An extensive selection of quality assurance applications streamlines and simplifies hot lab administration requirements
The system is easy to use. There are 12 isotope selection touch keys preprogrammed for the most commonly used radionuclides. Any of those keys can be reprogrammed by the user for a desired isotope. There are 97 isotope‐specific dial values listed in the library. Dial values can easily be changed if required.Activity is displayed on the color display in either Curie or Becquerel units. Background correction is performed at the touch of a button. Range selection is automatic, from .01 microcurie to 100 Curies of Tc‐99m or 25 Curies of F‐18.
The Atomlab 500 has been designed to make life easier. The extensive selection of quality assurance applications streamlines and simplifies hot lab administration requirements. The system stores and decay corrects multiple reference sources and compares the measured activity to the calculated activity for the daily constancy test.
Linearity tests can be performed in the traditional manual method or by a fully automated program that allows for readings from a source to be taken, and automatically recorded at specified intervals. The system will graph the results.
The attenuation tube test for linearity can be performed using software that will guide the user through the procedure, store the values and make all calculations.