10mm CeBr3 γ-ray scintillator with Red Pitaya STEMlab 125-14
The CeBr and Red Pitaya work as a pair. These measure γ-ray radiation and perform γ-ray spectroscopy. It offers more accurate spectroscopy than the NaI:Tl, albeit with reduced sensitivity because of a smaller scintillator. When deployed a lead collimator is used to provide directionality, so it can be aimed at objects.
The Red Pitaya provides a cheap ROS compatible MCA for γ-ray detectors. It is a COTS product, of use to researchers and industry too.