(1) Radiacmeter, IM-9/PD (Clinical Dosimeter)--zero to 200 milliroentgens.
(2) Radiacmeter, IM-147/PD (NBC Defense Team Dosimeter)--zero to 50
(3) Radiacmeter, IM-93/UD (Clinical Dosimeter)--zero to 600 roentgens.
The choice of dosimeter depends on the radiation environment and is based on the
dose range to be encountered. As mentioned before, this instrument is used as a
personal device to indicate the total exposure to the individual wearing it.
Figure 1-10. Radiacmeter, IM-93/UD (Clinical Dosimeter)
d. The pocket dosimeters mentioned above are being replaced by the
AN/UDR-13 Pocket Radiac (see Figure 1-11). The new Pocket Radiac is a radiation
radiation. It can measure dose from 1 to 999 cGy (neutrons/gamma-prompt initial
and fallout) and dose rate from 0.1 to 999 cGy/hr (gamma fallout).
Figure 1-11. Pocket Radiac AN/UDR-13