AIRBORNE GAMMA RAY SPECTROMETER AGRS
- Functions: Multichannel gamma spectrometer designed on aircraft (helicopters or fix-wings) to measure gamma spectrum for geological investigation and mineral exploration.
- Manufactured by: Pico envirotec – canada
- Year of production: 2016
- Webiste: https://www.picoenvirotec.com
– Channels: 256 / 512/1024 or 2048
– Energy detection range: 20 keV to 3 MeV
– Data handling: Individual detector processing and calibration
– Differential nonlinearity: 30ppm
– Gain stabilization: Automatic multi-peak on natural radioisotopes
– Dynamic input range: 250000 cps per detector
– Baseline restoration: Digital (IPBR) Individual Pulse Baseline Restoration. The baseline is established for each individual pulse for maximum pulse height accuracy
– Pulse shaping: Digital Pulse Shaping
– Sampling rate: 0.1 – 10 sec user defined
– Power: 9 to 40 VDC, 15W
– Detector power: 3W per detector
– Operating temperature: -20°C up to +50°C
– Calibration: Automatic using natural background radiation.
– Expandability/Scalability: Up to 20 sensor (4 AGRS units) chained
– System stabilization: Cold start-up – less than 40 sec on the ground
– Verification/Calibration: No radioactive sources required
– GPS connectivity: Time and position synchronization
Four 4 Liter downward-looking, NaI(Tl) crystals
Two 4 Liter upward-looking,NaI(Tl) crystals
- Some project used this equipment by Geophysical Division.
Component project “Magnetic – gamma spectrum and gravity airborne survey in the Northwest region” under the Project “General investigation of minerals and completing geological maps at scale 1:50,000 in the Northwest region for planning and sustainable development socio-economic”.
Source: Geophysical Division./.