Radiation Alert® SEI Inspector Family Support / SEI Inspector USB, EXP, Xtreme, & More

The SEI Inspector USB, The SEI Inspector Xtreme USB, and The SEI Inspector EXP radiation survey meter support.

The function, settings, and menu operation of the latest SEI Inspector models is identical. However, the SEI Inspector EXP has a detector in the probe handle at the end of a one meter cable instead of in the main body of the meter, like the SEI Inspector USB and SEI Inspector Xtreme USB.

Share collected data at the following links: RadCast.org | Safecast.org | EPA RadNet | RadViews.com | National Radiation Tracking Center |

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Q: How do I power the SEI Inspector USB? A: The standard means is a 9 volt alkaline battery. There is no issue with using...

Posted by S.E. International, Inc. on Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Q: Why is it when I put the SEI Inspector USB in total mode, it does not accumulate the total counts?A: The latest...

Posted by S.E. International, Inc. on Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Q: How many data points can be stored in the internal memory of the SEI Inspector USB?A: There is a total of 1356 data...

Posted by S.E. International, Inc. on Wednesday, June 10, 2015

The function, settings, and menu operation of the latest SEI Inspector models is identical. However, unlike like the SEI...

Posted by S.E. International, Inc. on Wednesday, June 10, 2015

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