23.03.2023 Kyiv, Ukraine – IoT-devices, LLC, a leading provider of innovative IoT solutions, is thrilled to announce the launch of its latest product, the GCemu20_V1 Geiger Counter Emulator with Pulse Output.
This device’s key feature is its ability to simulate radiation levels using a built-in generator of true random numbers.
Additionally, the product offers five different radiation power modes that can be simulated, along with the ability to simulate a sensor error in one of its modes.
The GCemu20_V1 is a product designed for radio amateurs and professionals, students and DIY enthusiasts.
The GCemu20_V1 is a compact device that simulates radiation sensors compared to real Geiger counter radiation sensors. Its advanced features make it ideal for testing various radiation detection applications.
The GCemu20_V1 Geiger Counter Emulator with Pulse Output is not only a great tool for radio amateurs and DIY enthusiasts but also an ideal device for those involved in radiation detector development, tuning, testing, and studying.
The GCemu20_V1 Geiger Counter Emulator with Pulse Output is a perfect choice for anyone needing to simulate radiation levels in their projects or for hobbyists interested in experimenting with radiation detection.
“We are excited to introduce our latest product, the GCemu20_V1 Geiger Counter Emulator, to the B2C market,” said a company representative. “This device is designed specifically for radio amateurs and DIY enthusiasts who need to simulate radiation levels in their projects, and we are confident it will meet their unique needs.”
The GCemu20_V1 Geiger Counter Emulator with Pulse Output is now available for purchase.
For more information, please visit the IoT-devices, LLC website or follow to the GC emulator page.
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