State of the art gamma-ray sensors

Here’s an overview of Medusa’s gamma-ray sensing solutions.
All sensors are available as OEM version to integrate in your own systems.

Gamma-Ray Sensor MS 4000

Medusa’s  MS-4000 airborne gamma-ray spectrometer is a lightweight and robust gamma-ray detector system suited for small-platform airborne mapping.

  • USE
  • Domain:
    Mining
  • Typical use:
    Airborne mapping
  • Typical mapping speed:
    80 km/h
  • Device:
    Lightweight and rugged
  • SPECS
  • Crystal type:
    CsI scintillator

  • Crystal Size:
    4x4x16 inch

  • Weight:
    29.4kg

  • Output:
    Raw MCA spectra

Gamma-Ray Sensor MS 2000

Medusa’s MS-2000 “AGRI detector” is a low-power, lightweight and robust gamma-ray detector system intended for in-situ mapping of cropfields and roads at elevated speed.

  • USE
  • Domain:
    Agriculture, Roads
  • Typical use:
    Tractor/Carborne, Quad borne
  • Typical mapping speed:
    20 km/h
  • Device:
    Lightweight and rugged
  • SPECS
  • Crystal type:
    CsI scintillator

  • Crystal Size:
    90x310mm

  • Weight:
    12.5 kg

  • Output:
    Raw MCA spectra

Gamma-Ray Sensor MS 1000

Medusa’s MS-1000 “Drone Detector” is a low-power, lightweight and robust gamma-ray detector system intended for use on UAV’s.

  • USE
  • Domain:
    Mining, Agriculture, Security
  • Typical use:
    Drone survey
  • Typical mapping speed:
    10-15 km/h
  • Device:
    Ultra lightweight and rugged
  • SPECS
  • Crystal type:
    CsI scintillator

  • Crystal Size:
    90x160mm
  • Weight:
    6.3 kg

  • Output:
    Raw, energy stabilized spectra,
    nuclide concentrations

Gamma-Ray Sensor MS 350

Medusa’s MS-350 “Ultralight Detector” is a low-power, lightweight and robust gamma-ray detector system especially suited for small-scale surveys by unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).

These systems are fully self-contained as they integrate data acquisition, processing and storage into a single embedded system.

  • USE
  • Domain:
    Agriculture, Mining, Security, Education
  • Typical use:
    Drone survey, handheld
  • Typical mapping speed:
    2 km/h
  • Device:
    Ultra lightweight and rugged
  • SPECS
  • Crystal type:
    CsI scintillator

  • Crystal Size:
    3×3 inch

  • Weight:
    2.8 kg

  • Output:
    Raw, energy stabilized spectra, nuclide concentrations

Medusa Radiometrics 2018 State of the Art Radiometric Systems