7 Days Later – My Radiation Dose for Seven Days

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And so it came to pass…

I wore my Polimaster 1703MO-1B gamma spectroscopic dosimeter for seven days to find out what my dose was. Of course, I only detected photon radiation from 40 keV to 3.5 MeV, and only external sources.

My total dose was 14.52 uSv

Which wokrs out to:
2.07 uSv / day

0.0864 uSv/hr

757.11 uSv/year

I estimate that my actual dose is much greater, at perhaps 2.523 mSv, but that is based on supposition and no actual hard evidence. 🙂

To see my actual measurements, download the full data from:

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