PRM-X000 Protective Jacket

Ballistic Nylon, Foam-Lined Protective Jacket for the PRM-9000/8000/7000

The PRM-x000 protective jacket shown in this photo is excellent for protecting your PRM-X000 Geiger counter from drops, scuffs and harsh field environments.
Protective Jacket for the
PRM-X000 Family

The PRM-x000 protective jacket is excellent for protecting your PRM-X000 Geiger counter from drops, scuffs and harsh field environments. Made of tough, foam-lined, lightweight ballistic nylon, the jacket is designed to cover as much of the instrument as possible while allowing easy access and visibility to the keypad and display. 

A reinforced back door door protects the pancake GM tube and can be easily opened to support alpha detection of the PRM-9000.  The top flap protects the end window tube of the PRM-8000 and can be opened to support alpha detection. The back door and top flap can remain closed when using the jacket with the gamma/beta detecting PRM-7000 to provide optimum protection.

Field Ready

The PRM-x000 protective jacket includes a D-ring and strap (strap not shown) that enables easy attachment to a belt or carabiner for field use.

The attached D-ring shown here can be used with the included strap (strap not shown) for rapid attachment to belts or carabiners
The D-ring can be used with the included
strap (strap not shown) for rapid
attachment to belts or carabiners
The reinforced pancake detector back door shown here can be quickly opened as required for alpha detection using the PRM-9000
The reinforced pancake detector back door
can be quickly opened as required for
alpha detection using the PRM-9000

PRM Ballistic Nylon, Foam-Lined Protective Jacket
Specifications

 
Environmental / Physical 
Material
1680D Ballistic Nylon, Tear and Abrasion Resistant
with a 2×2 Basket Weave
Exterior Dimensions
(L x W x D)
152.4mm x 101.6mm x 41.27mm (6.00" x 4.00" x 1.62")
Weight
76 grams (2.6 oz)
Warranty 
 ONE YEAR LIMITED REPLACEMENT

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