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Rad-Hardened Inspection Cameras
« on: Feb 09, 2022, 11:40 »
I haven't posted in ages but have been in the community a long, long time.  I am looking to perform some underwater inspections.  Dose rates vary but will largely be < than 10 REM with peak rates of 500 Rem.  I feel as if we could perform this without using rad-hardened cameras but don't really know what the threshold for interference with digital media is relative to dose rates and dose.


Does anyone have insight or a good suggestion for reference on this subject?


I readily admit I came here first before scouring the web.  lol


Thank you.
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Hasher

 


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