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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

NukAlert Battery Replacement Program at KI4U


If you purchased one of these about ten years ago on a Vault-Co recommendation, you should know you can get it fully refurbished here. They'll recalibrate it and add a new watertight case with an instructions imprint that doesn't wear off easily like the old one.

A good alternative to buying a replacement or the new version.


For those of you who missed it in the original post a few years back, here is the most kick-ass self-calibrating nuclear war radiation detection device ever made military grade the IM174A at Oatley Electronics here in Australia. It also comes with a digital interface nowadays especially built for the case! I think I have at least three of them put away now. Best of all, it could have jumped right off the screen of FALLOUT 3 it is so hardcore looking. In a pinch you could hurl it at a mutant attacking your shelter and break his neck - it is built of very solid components. You can put a strap on it and carry it around your neck facing up as a "portable" meter if need be.

4 comments:

deadman said...

Side note.
The more they think they know, the more the realize they don't know :

"There is a "missing light crisis..."

http://voxday.blogspot.com.au/2014/09/the-mystery-of-missing-light.html


Radical New Theory Could Kill the Multiverse Hypothesis

http://www.wired.com/2014/08/multiverse/

The Wired.com article points out that the Higgs Boson particle hasn't exactly been the holy grail of science it was touted to be.

- deadman.

Bob said...

Tex, are these detectors supplied already built or is there some soldering involved?

Texas Arcane said...

@Bob

They are brand new in the box ready for service when delivered.

If you want to give them a digital interface, you have to assemble the kit they sell along with it.

It took me about an hour and half to put it together and I am hardly a great electronics engineer. The kit is pretty easy if you have a soldering iron and a few small tools.

Bob said...

thanks, ill order one now.

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