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WESTERVILLE, Ohio, July 23, 2019 — Hall Measurement ControllerIdeal for researchers studying semiconductor materials, the MeasureReady M91 FastHall measurement controller from Lake Shore Cryotronics Inc. delivers significantly higher levels of accuracy, speed, and convenience as compared to traditional Hall effect measurement solutions.

Combining all the necessary Hall measurement system functions into a single instrument, the M91 automatically executes measurements, collecting the data and calculating the final Hall and mobility parameters. By automatically optimizing the excitation and measurement range, the instrument eliminates manual trial-and-error steps and ensures that measurements are always made under optimal conditions for the sample.

The instrument also provides better measurements faster, especially with low-mobility materials. Most commonly measured materials can be analyzed in a few seconds. FastHall technology eliminates the need to reverse the magnetic field during the measurement, which is particularly beneficial when using superconducting magnets.



Published: July 2019
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