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Fallout Alert

October 25, 2011

Gamma radiation can be measured with this solid-state personal detector that uses an iPhone to display, store, and share measurements. Users can choose a detailed display or a simplified readout that indicates whether radiation levels are safe, elevated, or dangerous. The detector can also function without an iPhone as a stand-alone radiation alarm.

Product: RDTX Pro
Cost: $330
Availability: Now
Source: www.scosche.com
Companies: Scosche

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