RM Energy and Polar Response Graphs.

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Note although the following Energy Response Graphs include data points down to 10 keV (RM-60 graph) and 38 keV (RM-70 and RM-80 graphs),the RM-60, RM-70 and RM-80 will easily detect Fe-55 X-ray (5.9 keV photon energy).


RM-60 Energy Response Graph


RM-60 Energy Response

RM-60 Polar Response Graph


RM-60 Polar Response

RM-60 Gamma Sensitivity Graph


RM-60 Gamma Sensitivity

RM-70 Energy Response Graph


RM-70 Energy Response

About the above RM-70 Energy Response Graph, the X-ray machine used for generating this graph was capable of generating X-rays with energies as low as 38 KEV, hence the lower end of the X-axis stops at 38 KEV. On the other hand, the RM-60 Energy Response Graph (first graph on this page) was created with an X-ray machine capable of energies down to 10 KEV, hence the X-axis extends down to 10 KEV. Since the thickness of the RM-70 window is the same as the thickness of the RM-60 window, the shape of the RM-70 response curve below 38 KEV should be similar to the RM-60 graph.


RM-70 Polar Response Graph


RM-70 Polar Response

RM-80 Energy Response Graph


RM-80 Energy Response

About the above RM-80 Energy Response Graph, the X-ray machine used for generating this graph was capable of generating X-rays with energies as low as 38 KEV, hence the lower end of the X-axis stops at 38 KEV. On the other hand, the RM-60 Energy Response Graph (first graph on this page) was created with an X-ray machine capable of energies down to 10 KEV, hence the X-axis extends down to 10 KEV. Since the thickness of the RM-80 window is the same as the thickness of the RM-60 window, the shape of the RM-80 response curve below 38 KEV should be similar to the RM-60 graph.


RM-80 Polar Response Graph


RM-80 Polar Response

RM-80 Gamma Sensitivity Graph


RM-80 Gamma Sensitivity

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