The whole body Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) monitor measures potential occupational doses from gamma radiation and X‑rays. They are typically used in industries such as diagnostic radiology, radiotherapy, chiropractic, veterinary, dental and nuclear medicine.
The neutron monitor measures potential occupational doses from fast neutrons, beta rays and gamma rays. They are typically used in industries that use neutron generators and neutron probes.
The extremity monitor measures potential extremity doses from all radiation types which contribute to Hp(0.07). They are typically used in the nuclear medicine industry and other industries where workers are handling radiation sources with their hands.
The radon monitor measures possible average radon concentration. Typically used for workplaces in underground mines or caves.