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solar#01

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eberline e-530 geiger counter
« on: Jan 12, 2007, 11:40 »
hello folks,
i'm new to forum. i'm looking for info, user manual, etc. for eberline e-530 geiger counter.
it is missing the gm tube, so i'm trying to firgure out what it needs and where to find one
thanks

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Re: eberline e-530 geiger counter
« Reply #1 on: Jan 13, 2007, 12:09 »
i'm not sure that this antique is oem'd anymore.  here's your url

http://www.thermo.com/com/CDA/ServicesV2/ServiceBrowse/0,,22-380-22,00.html?action=switch

if you can't find what you want, let me know 'n i'll shake sum other trees.
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Re: eberline e-530 geiger counter
« Reply #2 on: Jan 13, 2007, 03:31 »
We don't use them anymore, but may be able to find some info for you. The GM tube you are refering to, is it the  hot dog probe, or the internal high range one? I think i'm thinking about the right instrument??? Been better than 10 years since I've seen one. I don't know if Eberline supports them, but you may be able to get a detector (just the detector) from LND.
JJ

 


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