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English: This is a complete Geiger counter, on the left side you see the keyboard, in the middle the circuit board and on the right the build-in Geiger-Muller tube 70 019 (on top) and the battery compartment for 2 AA batteries
Deitsch: Dies ist ein Dosis- und Dosisleistungsmessgerät, auf der linken Seite sehen Sie die Tastatur, in der Mitte die Platine und rechts das eingebaute Geiger-Müller-Röhre 70 019 (oben) und das Batteriefach für 2 AA-Batterien
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A complete Geiger counter, with the Geiger-Muller tube 70 019

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28 March 2019

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