pocket dosimeter

pock·et do·si·me·ter

(pok'ĕt dō-sim'ĕ-tĕr)
Small ionization chamber that provides an immediate reading of radiation exposure.
See also: film badge
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Tenders invited for Electronic pocket dosimeter for gamma & neutron
The pocket dosimeter, which resembles an ordinary fountain pen, contains a thimble-sized ionization chamber to measure radiation exposure.
12) The accuracy and sensitivity of pocket dosimeters make them ideal monitoring devices for procedures that are of relatively short duration.
The disadvantages of pocket dosimeters begin with their cost--generally around $150 per unit.
A pocket dosimeter has an ionization chamber, an eye piece, a transparent scale, a hollow charging rod and both a fixed and moveable fiber.
Monitoring is performed with personnel dosimeters such as pocket dosimeters, film badges and thermoluminescent dosimeters.
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The executive in his 50s, who works for a company based in Fukushima Prefecture, told around 10 plant workers to attach the plates to the alarm pocket dosimeters that the utility known as TEPCO had provided them with to monitor their radiation exposure, the sources said.