5. What is the function of the chuck mechanism on the charger?
Allows only United Kingdom dosimeters to be charged.
Places a positive or negative charge on the indicating fiber.
Holds the dosimeter securely in the charging socket.
Moves the indicating fiber left or right.
6. How often must the dosimeter be recharged?
After each use.
After 2 or 3 days of use.
After 5 to 10 days of use.
After 2 weeks of use.
7. When a dosimeter has not been charged for an extended period of time and is then fully charged,
excessive leakage may occur. What causes this excessive leakage?
Penetration of part of the charge into the insulation.
A strong voltage charge.
Drifting of the indicating fiber.
A faulty dosimeter.
8. Why does the unit assign a primary and alternate dosimeter wearer for each dosimeter?
It permits the primary wearer to take turns with the alternate when the primary gets tired of
carrying the dosimeter.
It allows the dosimeter to remain with the unit when the primary wearer leaves the unit area.
Army Regulation (AR) 350-41 requires a primary and alternate wearer.
The primary wearer carries the dosimeter and the alternate has the charger.