The FLIR identiFINDER® R700 Backpack Radiation Detector (BRD) offers new spectroscopic broad-search capabilities. Once dismounted, the identiFINDER R700 provides the capabilities required to successfully perform wide-area searches quickly and efficiently while offering exceptional sensitivity, communication, and trusted spectroscopic algorithms in a lightweight, ergonomic form-factor.
The identiFINDER R700 Backpack Radiation Detector (BRD) offers new spectroscopic broad-search capabilities. Once dismounted, the identiFINDER R700 provides the capabilities required to successfully perform wide-area searches quickly and efficiently while offering exceptional sensitivity, communication, and trusted spectroscopic algorithms in a lightweight, ergonomic form-factor.
FLIR identiFINDER R200 instruments are rugged, pager-sized Spectroscopic Personal Radiation Detectors (SPRD). They provide full ANSI N42.32 Personal Radiation Detector (PRD) compliance and feature next-generation solid state detector read-out technology that delivers ANSI N42.48 SPRD compliance with nuclide identification. The R200-G detects and identifies gamma radiation and the R200-GN additionally provides neutron detection capability.
The FLIR identiFINDER R300 is the world’s highest performing, pager-sized spectroscopic personal radiation detector (SPRD). It provides continuous detection and full threat identification (ANSI N42.48 library). The simple two-button user interface facilitates expedited threat response. Visible, audible, and tactile alarms rapidly alert the operator via the easy-to-read color display. On-board Bluetooth, web server, and GPS technologies make interagency communication easier than ever.
With over 20,000 devices deployed globally, the FLIR identiFINDER R400 is the most widely deployed handheld radionuclide identification device (RID) in the world. It is used to detect, locate, measure, and identify radioactive sources and produces rapid visible, audible, and tactile alerts that expedite response measures. The identiFINDER R400 provides operators the ideal balance of size and weight for a wide variety of monitoring scenarios including all-purpose surveying, emergency response, and environmental monitoring.
The FLIR identiFINDER R425 is the next generation of the most deployed radionuclide identification device (RID), offering 360-degree coverage so you can locate and measure gamma and neutron radioactive sources with confidence. It builds on FLIR’s trusted algorithms with advanced heuristics and hybrid identification techniques. With the familiar identiFINDER user interface and 3-button control, you can operate the R425 quickly, communicate results, and take command of any situation, in any environment, remotely.
The FLIR identiFINDER R440 is a lightweight, source-less radionuclide identification device (RID) that delivers sensitive detection and fast results for routine survey or secondary screening response missions. The R440 is available with NaIL, NaI, LaBr and CLLBC detector options to respond to radiological threats from farther away, behind heavier shielding, and with better resolution than similarly-sized RIDs. The extended energy range provides neutron indication in the NaI (G) version.
The FLIR identiFINDER R500 is an extremely sensitive and accurate digital handheld gamma radionuclide identification device (RID). Available in two configurations (NaI and LaBr), the R500 quickly detects, locates, accurately measures, and identifies radiation sources. The additional detector volume allows it to identify radioactive material where other instruments cannot. When large areas need to be screened rapidly or there is potential for shielding, the identiFINDER R500 provides superior sensitivity and performance.
The FLIR identiFINDER S900 is an autonomous sensor that delivers real-time radiation detection and identification. It detects the presence or movement of radioactive material across borders, into buildings, at large public gatherings, and events. The S900 is available in a wide variety of form factors that can be tailored to application-specific environments and sensitivities. Deployment can begin with a standalone system and expand to a network of systems as needs change.