Inlight dosimeters provide x, gamma, and beta radiation monitoring with optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) technology. OSL technology is the newest advancement in passive radiation protection dosimetry. Inlight dosimeters are engineered to be read out by an InLight reader.
Inlight dosimeters are designed for the client with extensive data management capabilities who prefers to independently maintain data and issue dose reports. Dosimeters are provided for use with Landauer’s dosimetry service that provides accredited processing and analysis, with dose results electronically transmitted to client; and as a direct safe in combination with InLight readers for a total turnkey solution enabling an in-house accredited dosimetry program
For personnel, area/environment, and emergency response monitoring, clinical dose measurements or any radiation assessment application.
Inlight System and OSL Technology
The InLight System measures radiation exposure with aluminum oxide detectors read out by optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) technology. The reader stimulates the detector with a light emitting diode (LED) array causing it to luminescence in proportion to the amount of radiation exposure. The luminescence is detected and measured by the reader’s photo multiplier tube using a high sensitivity photon counting system. A dose calculation algorithm is then applied to the measurement to determine exposure results.
- Complete reanalysis capabilities
- Nondestructive read out allows for dose verification
- Dosimeter archiving made possible
- Track exposure over time – take incremental dose assessments
- Dosimeter preparation eliminated
- No annealing
- No element correction factors required
- Engraved 2D bar code identifies dosimeter sensitivity
- No fade
- Linear from 10 µSv (1 mrem) to more than 10 Sv (1,000 rem)
- Energy range from 5 keV to 20 MeV
- Gamma, s-ray, beta minimal reporting: 50 µSv (5 mrem)
- Neutron detection with a CR-39, processed with Track Etch® technology
- Fast: 200 µSv (20 mrem)
- Thermal/Intermediate: 100 µSv (10 mrem)