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Cryogenic Platform

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Cryogenic PlatformThe CryoCore cryogenic platform from Montana Instruments is built for high-throughput electrical and optical materials characterization.

The system is geared towards researchers who are unable to invest significant time or money into a cryogenic setup by providing cryogen-free operation, vibration-optimized tabletop mounting, direct sample and optical access, and built-in system monitoring and temperature control. It allows users to access cryogenic temperatures from 4.9° to 350° K and begin research right out of the box. Push-button cooling, automated temperature control, and an integrated vacuum system gets users up and running quickly without the need to monitor multiple pieces of equipment.

The CryoCore platform includes a touchscreen user interface along with all the control electronics, vacuum pumps, and monitoring systems required to automate temperature control across the entire range.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2021

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