Analogue Modules

The analogue modules are interfacing the neutron detectors to Neutron Flux (NF) computer.

RNL-02.07:

This analogue module provides for monitoring the neutron flux during refuelling processing the signal of proportional counter. The typical measuring range is 10-1 to 5·103 nv.

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RNL-02.08

This analogue module provides for monitoring the neutron flux during source range operation processing the signal of fission chamber. The typical measuring range is 1 to 5·105 nv.

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RNL-03.01

This analogue module provides for monitoring the neutron flux in energetic range processing the signal of compensated ionization chamber. The typical measuring range is 107 to 1.66·1010 nv. Number of ranges: 2.

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RNL-03.02

This analogue module provides for monitoring the neutron flux in intermediate and energetic range processing the signal of compensated ionization chamber. The typical measuring range is 104 to 1010 nv. Number of ranges: 8.

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RNL-04.01

This analogue module provides for monitoring the neutron flux in source and intermediate ranges processing the signal of fission chamber. The typical measuring range is 1 to 5·105 nv in counting regime and 104 to 2·1010 nv in Campbelling regime.

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RNL-04.02

More intelligent version of RNL-04.01.

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Analog Module Image
The Analogue Module's electronics is built in massive brass housing to protect from electromagnetic interference waves and cross coupling. This unit is surrounded - isolated - by a die-cast aluminium housing. This insulated installation provides an additional protective screen.

 

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