Designed for Radionuclidic Identity

The ideal solution for spectroscopic analysis of samples with low radionuclidic activity (ascertaining radionuclidic impurities in the sample).

The Spec-RAM™ is a high-performance fully integrated detector and multi-channel analyzer solution that contains everything needed to support scintillation spectrometry.

With its simple and intuitive operation, Spec-RAM™ is the perfect solution for radiopharmacies.

User friendly

LabLogic developed the Spec-RAM™ specifically for PET/SPECT application, with a range of features aimed at ensuring the system is user friendly, compliant, safe and reliable.


The Spec-RAM™ is available in four different detector models. The different detectors are interchangeable providing for future proofing should requirements change. Detector models are:

2" x 2" (51 x 51 mm) NaI(Tl) end-on
2" x 2" (51 x 51 mm) NaI(Tl) well-geometry (well dimensions: 16.6 mm dia. x 39 mm)
3" x 3" (76 x 76 mm) NaI(Tl) end-on
3" x 3" (76 x 76 mm) NaI(Tl) well-geometry (well dimensions: 16.6 mm dia. x 51 mm)


As with all LabLogic products, the Spec-RAM™ has been designed to exceed regulatory requirements. Using our industry standard Laura Radiopharmacy software, the Spec-RAM™ ensures regulatory compliance via controlled access and audit trail.

Audit Trail

Laura Radiopharmacy has a fully featured audit trail that can again be configured to suit the requirements of the user site. Response from the user can be a simple as choosing from a pre-defined list of standard audit reasons or require a unique response depending on the situation and site rules.

Access Levels

Laura Radiopharmacy features multi-level access control and the system can be configured to have as many levels of access as the user site requires. Menu items are then restricted according to the security level of the individual logged in.

Electronic Signatures

Laura Radiopharmacy supports the use of electronic signatures and the system can be configured to suit the user sites requirements for electronic data.

Data Integrity

Regulatory compliance is an essential feature of Laura Radiopharmacy, built to meet GLP/GMP, MHRA and FDA 21 CFR part 212 / 11 requirements. Featuring configurable audit trail, electronic signatures, secure data storage in a database environment and multi-level security Laura Radiopharmacy can be configured to meet regulatory requirements for data integrity.

Security Settings

Laura Radiopharmacy can be configured to suit your particular site requirements for security. User names and passwords can be controlled relative to the site requirements as can inactivity time outs and all other functions required for a secure system.

Common Specifications 
HV Supply Positive bias from MCA; 600 - 800 Vdc
Operating Temperature -20 to +65°C
Typical Energy Resolution 7.5 +/- 0.2 % FWHM @662 keV
Energy Range 20 keV - 3 MeV
Gain Stability <1.0% over 24 hours at 20°C
MCA 1024/2048 Channel, selectable
Lead Shielding Specifications 
Weight 128.28 kg
Lead Thickness 60 mm
Dimensions 521 x ∅ 216 mm

Spec-RAM existing customers 

Click on the tabs below to find out more about our customers, and how they are using the Spec-RAM in their facilities.

Center Hospitalier de Valenciennes, France

Sensitive gamma spectrometry for Ga-68

LabLogic’s Spec-RAM gamma spectrometer has been successfully installed at the Center Hospitalier de Valenciennes in France where it is being used in the quality control of radiopharmaceuticals labelled with gamma-emitting radionuclides, such as Iodine-123 and Technetium-99m for scintigraphy, and Fluorine-18 and Gallium-68 for PET scans.

As a radiopharmacist at Valenciennes, Emmanuel Malek is responsible for the ordering, preparation, QC, and dispensing of radiopharmaceuticals. He and his team have been successfully using the Spec-RAM as part of their QC process, which was acquired to replace an aging well counter.

You can find out what Emmanuel had to say about the Spec-RAM by clicking the button below.


INMOL, Pakistan

The Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Oncology Lahore (INMOL) has procured a Spec-RAM for use at the Atomic Energy Cancer Hospital in in Lahore, Pakistan. INMOL was established by the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) in 1984 to provide diagnostics and treatment facilities for cancer patients.


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