ORTEC ANGLE 4 Advanced Gamma Spectroscopy Efficiency Calibration Software

Contact: Susie Brockman (845) 483-2124, susie.brockman@ametek.com

Oak Ridge, TN – The ORTEC Products Group of AMETEK Advanced Measurement Technology has announced the release of ANGLE 4 software for gamma spectroscopy efficiency calibrations, which now supports both high-purity Germanium and scintillation detectors.

ANGLE 4 represents a significant modernization of the product architecture with user interface enhancements, including multi-language support, comprehensive reports and model graphics, automation, and scintillation detector modeling. This release is fully compatible with all modern versions of the Windows® Operating System including Windows® 10, 8.1, and 7.

 “ANGLE software has helped spectroscopy laboratories address radioactive source management challenges, including procurement costs, storage, disposal, and licensing for well over a decade,” states Ken Embury, ORTEC Product Manager for Software Applications. “With the added support for scintillation detectors, multiple languages, reporting, and automation, we are confident that ANGLE 4 will continue to expand its market position.”

The ORTEC Products Group is the leading supplier of high-resolution, HPGe-based radiation identifiers with more than 50 years of experience in the design and manufacture of highly sensitive radiation detectors used by government and industrial laboratories, and nuclear facilities, as well as in medical research and nuclear safeguards.

For more information, contact ORTEC Products Group, 801 South Illinois Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0895. Telephone: 865-482-4411, Toll free: 800-251-9750. Fax: 865-483-0396. Website: http://www.ortec-online.com

AMETEK’s ORTEC Products Group is a unit of AMETEK, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with annual sales of $4 billion.

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