Developed as a result of collaboration between Argon and Mirion / Canberra, this high fidelity radiological simulator incorporates the menu structure and software processing of an actual ADM300A V1B meter to ensure you and your students experience the highest possible simulation fidelity.
The safe simulation Beta sources are easily hidden within PPE to simulate contamination while our easy to use decontamination controller permits you to simulate the effect of partial and full decontamination.
Simulation of partial and full decontamination is achieved by use of an easy to use instructor controller. You simply press button 2 if the decontamination process is unsatisfactory and residual contamination will remain. Pressing button 3 will simulate full decontamination while button 1 resets the scenario for the next student.
Available in configurations to display the same units of measurement as your real detector, the ADM-300V1b-SIM simulates the analogue and digital display of the detector indicating the dose rate, status of the meter with user configurable audio / visual alarm threshold settings.
Full simulation of the Gamma and Beta detection is implemented including the function of the Beta window. You can configure our simulation sources and PlumeSIM to represent a radionuclide threat comprising Gamma and Beta so that your students can practice monitoring and assessing the Beta / Gamma components of their reading.
We use the actual ADM300AV1b display, sounder and switch panel ensuring all of the visual characteristics and ergonomic / human factors user interfaces are replicated with 100% accuracy to provide the highest quality training.
The simulator is powered by commercially available Alkaline batteries and is designed to require no preventative maintenance or regular calibration ensuring low ongoing cost of ownership.
The ADM300 V1b-SIM is compatible with Argon’s PlumeSIM system and a range of other Argon simulators. This enables multi-detector and multi-threat training within the same operational scenario. A range of simulation probes to support the ADM300A V1b-SIM shall also be developed.