Radlamp combines a flashlight with a Geiger counter to enable first responders to quickly identify radioactive threats. The Radlamp 300 looks and operates like a small flashlight until it
is pointed at an abnormal source of nuclear radiation. The radiation is detected by a sensitive Geiger tube, causing the flashlight beam to change color from white to red.
The simple, intuitive operation of the Radlamp 300 gives first responders a simple tool to rapidly evaluate an accident or crime scene for radioactive threats.
The Radlamp 300 is sensitive to alpha, beta, gamma and x-ray radiation, operates 100 hours on a set of two CR123A batteries, and is sealed, waterresistant and rugged.