ONYX Radiation detector by International Medcom.

The all new ONYX™ Radiation Detector from International Medcom, Inc.

ONYX® Radiation Detector

Available in Limited Quantities through our Beta Program

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Born from the multinational response to the Fukushima nuclear radiation disaster, employing design and manufacturing expertise from around the globe, comes a revolutionary new radiation detector. It’s called Onyx®.



Onyx® features a modern, streamlined look and the use of advanced technologies, making it a one-of-a-kind Geiger Counter. It weighs only 7 oz. (200g.) and measures a mere 5.1 X 2.6 X 0.9 in. (72 X 37 X 13 mm.) making it easy to transport. Despite its compact size Onyx® is capable of detecting alpha, beta and gamma radiation with the same accuracy as the IMI Inspector Alert™, and like the IMI Inspector Alert™ V2, Onyx® is optimized for surface contamination measurements through use of its 2 in. pancake Geiger Mueller tube.

The Onyx® has a six button cap touch keypad that allows for easy use of a wide variety of functions such as graphic display of data, adjustment of audio chirp, data logging, changing units of measurement and calibration. Onyx® also permits the user to upgrade the software running on the device to the latest version using a simple internet download feature.

Data are easy to read in a wide variety of formats (milliroentgens per hour, counts per minute, micro Sieverts per hour) on the large, new 128 X 128 color OLED display that measures 1.88 in. (47.9mm.) diagonally. In addition, Onyx® is designed to share data either by using its mini-USB port, a stereo 3.5mm. jack capable of bidirectional audio or via Twitter. Twitter data are transferred using QR code displayed on the OLED.

A portion of profits will go to nonprofit Safecast to support their radiation mapping project.
Base price is $799 with optional software and cables available.

Molly Lynch, Customer Support, 707-823-0336 X 101

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