Vehicle-Mounted Display Unit - Model 35
Introduction

The Ludlum Model 35 is a versatile, lightweight, vehicle mounted instrument with an external detector used for alpha, beta, or gamma radiation survey. It remains unobtrusive until an alarm is reached. At the point the monitor can be quickly removed from the mount for closer inspection. Three modes of operation – RATE, MAX, and COUNT – are available for the user. Measurements can be collected in two sets of units (primary and secondary) for RATE and MAX modes in cps, cpm, Bq, dpm, R/hr, rem, or Sv/h units. The user can switch between two sets of chosen units by simply pressing the Units button.

An internal switch is used to enable or disable the front-panel setup feature to protect desired settings from inadvertent modification. Setup is also available via software available from Ludlum Measurements.
 
This instrument features a large, easily-readable LCD (liquid crystal display), a piercing audio warning tone, and easy, intuitive, user-friendly design. Splash-resistant construction allows the Model 35 to be used outdoors. The unit body is made of lightweight, durable, high-impact plastic. The Model 35 is shipped ready to use with batteries and calibration certificate.