LC1 Audio/Visual Radiation Warning Unit

Area Radiation Warning Unit

 LC1 Audio/Visual Radiation Warning Unit:


  • Portable, low cost, rugged, light weight device, designed for use by personnel working in areas of potential Radiation Risk, such as during pipeline inspections and when working in dedicated X-Ray bays.
  • Provides warning lights and siren to give clear indication of the current work status.
  • A remote radio control handset enables an operator to safely change the warning unit from standby to radiation imminent, at the press of a button.
  • The unit is switched on by a green latching power button.
  • A green LED power light is provided to indicate standby mode.
  • After powering up, pressing the remote handset will initiate a 10 second warning siren and flashing amber warning light. indicating that radiation is imminent and all personnel should move to beyond the supervised safe area.
  • The amber flashing beacon continues to operate until cancelled by the remote handset, power button or when radiation above the set threshold is detected.
  • When radiation is detected above the set threshold, the unit flashing light will change from amber to red. The red light is present only while radiation is above the set threshold.
  • At the end of radiation being present the warning unit will revert back to standby.
  • Pressing the remote handset will re-start the 10 second warning siren and turn on the Amber  flashing light to give an audible and visual warning of the next imminent Radiation exposure. 
  • Repeated pressing of the remote handset will change the warning unit between standby and radiation imminent.
  • A red LED warning lamp indicates low battery mode showing the internal battery requires charging.
  • A separate external wall plug battery charger is provided to enable fast efficient charging of the internal sealed lead acid battery.
  • The warning unit is designed to clearly indicate the presence of harmful radiation above a defined threshold(>20µSv/hr), but is not to be used where a dose reading above back ground levels has to be recorded. An approved and calibrated dose measuring instrument should be used for this purpose.