Cryogenic Probe Station
Aug 2016Lake Shore Cryotronics Inc.Request Info
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Aug. 30, 2016 — Lake Shore Cryotonics Inc. has announced cryogenic probe stations, offering a reliable way to measure electro-optical, direct current, radio frequency or microwave properties of early-stage devices and materials, including novel photovoltaic materials, at temperatures as low as 1.6 K.
Applications include research into optical properties of nanostructured materials, the electro-optical spectroscopy of charge carriers and semiconductor optoelectronic devices and materials.
A number of versions are available including cryogen-free closed-cycle refrigerator models and an affordable, entry-level Model TTPX, as well as models equipped with a superconducting magnet or electromagnet for investigating magneto-transport parameters of ferroelectric and magneto-resistive devices.