The monitor automatically registers ionizing radiation emitted by the object passing the search area without stopping.
If the emitted radiation exceeds the preset threshold, the monitor turns on sound and light alarm. Alarm details can be transmitted to the external device.
According to the type of target objects, there are pedestrian, vehicle, railway and post-baggage monitors.
Nuclear energy, Ministry of Defense, and transport facilities – to provide radiation safety of personnel and public
Customs checkpoints and temporary storage areas – for automatic monitoring of fissile and radioactive materials for customs control purposes
Metallurgical and metal scrap processing facilities – for radiation monitoring of scrap metal
The Yantar series monitors have repeatedly passed tests at Russian and international test centers, and are enrolled in the registers of measuring instruments of Russia and Kazakhstan.
The Yantar monitors meet or exceed requirements of the Russian State Standard GOST R and are approved for application at the facilities of the Rosatom State Corporation, RF Federal Customs Service, Ministry of Defense, Federal Security Service, and Ministry of Emergency.
Operate automatically, 24/7
12 years of service life minimum
Detected ionizing radiation: gamma, neutron
Light and sound alarm
External interface: RS-485 (optional Ethernet)
High reliability of the Yantar series monitors are confirmed by many years of efficient and faultless operation in various climates, including extreme ambient air temperatures, excessive humidity, salt fogs.
Learn more about Yantar models
The Yantar monitors come in various models, which allows our customers to select the model that will be the best match to their installation and operational requirements.
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Yantar monitors have been put into operation
Years of continuous operation without major repairs