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4-Channel Scanner Card

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Lake Shore Cryotronics Inc. has released a four-channel scanner card for its models 336 and 350 temperature controllers, which are used in low-temperature physics research. The card, Model 3062, adds four additional input channels for cryogenic temperature sensors that are used for monitoring or control.

The scanner option channels can be configured for negative temperature coefficient resistor, positive temperature coefficient resistor or diode sensors, enabling the monitoring of additional critical points in a system.

The scanner card can be installed in the field, making it unnecessary to return the controller for the upgrade. It is supported by model 336 firmware version 2.3 and later and by model 350 firmware version 1.1 and later. To update the firmware on either model, visit: 

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2013
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