The GQ GMC-320-Plus digital Geiger Counter is the latest model developed by GQ Electronics LLC, USA.
As an enhanced version of GMC-300E plus, it has larger internal flash memory to facilitate data processing capability. It also has temperature sensor & electronic gyroscope, LCD contrast control, front LED indicator, analog data port output, new graphic type.
This product can be used for industrial, commercial or test equipment, such as universities, laboratories, environment evaluation measurement, hospital research, scientific analytical applications, antique evaluation, building material testing research and so on.
Comparing to other brand products, the most prominent advantages of this product are: having most features and cost effective . It also has unique features, such as, record data first play it back later; open protocol for easy application integration; visualize real-time graph, data Logging.
Portable and convenient with built-in audible and visual signals, it features automatic data recording. It is able to continually monitor the radiation and log the data each second into internal memory. When connected to a PC, GQ software can download the radiation history data to the computer and the user is able to analyze those data later.
The device uses USB port for communication and power. The internal battery can be charged via wall adapter or car adapter. Using the adapters, continuous data monitoring is possible and no worry about batteries charge or any data loss. The main board has a real time clock for time related data logging purposes.
The USB port communicates with GQ GMC-320 Plus Soft Geiger Counter software and GQ Geiger Counter Data Viewer software. For professional data logging, an more advanced version, may be purchased at low cost from GQ.
- Newly designed digital Geiger Counter/Data recorder,Record the radiation data. Play it back later
- Automatic data recording and play back from PC later
- Open communication protocol for wide range radiation network support made easy.
- Technical support forum from GQ Electronics website