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Home > Press > New Probe Station Specifications from Lake Shore Cryotronics: Increased maximum magnetic field, improved vacuum performance and improved magnetic field at elevated sample temperatures for Model CRX-VF

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Lake Shore Cryotronics has impacted nanotech research from their probe stations release posted in July. They also exhibited at the nanotech conference earlier this year.

New Probe Station Specifications from Lake Shore Cryotronics: Increased maximum magnetic field, improved vacuum performance and improved magnetic field at elevated sample temperatures for Model CRX-VF

Westerville, OH | Posted on November 28th, 2012

Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc., a manufacturer of scientific sensors, instruments, and systems for precise measurement and control, introduces updated specifications for the Model CRX-VF Cryogenic Probe Station, which features increased maximum magnetic field, improved magnetic field at elevated sample temperatures, and improved vacuum performance.

The versatile Model CRX-VF cryogen-free micro manipulated probe station is used for non-destructive testing of devices on full and partial wafers up to 51 millimeters (2 inches) in diameter. The CRX-VF superconducting magnet platform generates higher fields than are possible with an electromagnet based station without the operating cost of liquid helium. Ideal for measuring electrical, electro-optical, parametric, high Z, and Hall effect, as well as DC, RF, and microwave properties of materials and test devices, the CRX-VF is widely used to measure nanoscale electronics, quantum wires and dots, semiconductors, and spintronic devices.

The Model CRX-VF's specifications have been improved and updated, making it more flexible than ever. The maximum magnetic field capability at base temperature has been improved from ±2.25 T to ±2.5 T. Additionally, the CRX-VF can now be operated up to ±2 T from 10 K to 400 K and up to ±1 T from 400 K to 500 K. Previously, only ±0.5 T was possible above 400 K and no magnetic field was possible above 450 K.

A new high vacuum option has been added as a standard option for customers whose applications require lower base pressures. The PS-HV-CPX option improves vacuum to <5 × 10-7 Torr with the station at base temperature, an improvement of two orders of magnitude over the standard vacuum configuration. The high vacuum option is recommended for applications sensitive to contamination.

For more information on Lake Shore's newly enhanced Model CRX-VF cryogen-free micro manipulated probe station, please contact:

Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc., 575 McCorkle Boulevard, Westerville OH, 43082; Tel: (614) 891-2244; Fax: (614) 818-1600; E-mail: .

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About Lake Shore Cryotronics
Established in 1968, Lake Shore is an international leader in developing innovative measurement and control solutions. Products include cryogenic temperature sensors and instrumentation, and magnetic test equipment, as well as metrology systems and probe stations used for characterizing the electronic and magnetic physical properties of materials. Lake Shore customers include leading university, government, aerospace and commercial research institutions and are supported by a global network of sales and service offices.

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Kristin Nugent

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