Cryogenics expert Scott Courts will present calibration shift results for Lake Shore sensors subjected to a drop test, a vibration test and a mechanical shock.
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) June 23, 2015
Lake Shore Cryotronics, a leading innovator in solutions for measurement over a wide range of temperature and magnetic field conditions, will discuss cryogenic monitoring, control and sensing solutions at the joint Cryogenic Engineering Conference/International Cryogenic Materials Conference (CEC/ICMC), June 28–July 2 in Tucson, Ariz.
The company’s booth will feature the 12-channel Model 224 monitor, which offers high sensitivity and 12 independently configurable inputs for measuring various points in cryogenic systems, as well as new modular input designs for PLC-based temperature control of sensors located throughout large facilities.
In addition, Lake Shore representatives will be answering questions about their:
- Popular Model 336 controller, featuring eight sensor inputs and four independent control outputs, supporting automated temperature control down to 300 mK with the appropriate sensors.
- Model 350 controller, with eight sensor inputs and four independent control outputs, supporting measurement as low as 100 mK with the appropriate sensors. It is ideal for He-3, ADR and dilution refrigerator applications requiring measurement precision.
- Model 372 AC resistance bridge/temperature controller, which can be used in <100 mK dilution refrigerator applications and has been recently updated for even faster and more accurate measurements.
All of these instruments are optimized to work with Lake Shore’s industry-leading sensors, which include Cernox™ thin-film RTD and silicon diode, germanium and ruthenium oxide sensors, as well as platinum RTDs.
Also at CEC/ICMC, Lake Shore cryogenics expert Scott Courts will be presenting:
- A “Practical Thermometry and Instrumentation” short course, from 1 to 5 p.m., Sunday, June 28. Attendees can register online or on-site.
- A paper on “Mechanical Robustness of Cryogenic Temperature Sensors Packaged in a Flat, Hermetically Sealed Package,” during the 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 1, C3OrG oral session. Courts will present calibration shift results for Lake Shore sensors subjected to a drop test, a vibration test and a mechanical shock.
For more information, visit http://www.lakeshore.com.
About Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc.
Supporting advanced research since 1968, Lake Shore Cryotronics (http://www.lakeshore.com) is a leading innovator in measurement and control solutions for materials characterization under variable temperature and magnetic field conditions. High-performance product solutions from Lake Shore include cryogenic temperature sensors and instrumentation, magnetic test and measurement systems, probe stations, and precision materials characterizations systems that explore the electronic and magnetic properties of next-generation materials. Lake Shore serves an international base of research customers at leading university, government, aerospace, and commercial research institutions, and is supported by a global network of sales and service facilities.