Model 340 option cards now on sale for onl $560 (US price)

If you own a standard Model 340 cryogenic temperature controller and sometimes feel that two inputs aren’t enough, why not upgrade your instrument with a 3462 option card to bring the total number of inputs to four? These additional inputs are designed to perform to the same high standard as the original Model 340 inputs […]

Model 8425 Hall system with cryogenic probe station

Customers occasionally ask for even more specialized characterization and measurement tools than those offered in our standard systems. And, more often than not, we’re able to accommodate them by customizing a system for their unique application. When the same type of custom system is requested frequently, it only makes sense to offer it as a […]

New Model 372 AC bridge and temperature controller

  Lake Shore is now taking orders for the new Model 372 AC resistance bridge and temperature controller. This next-generation instrument represents the first major update to the Lake Shore AC resistance bridge product line since the release of our Model 370. The features and capabilities that made the Model 370 so popular are included […]

3D FORC diagram of an exchange bias thin film

In past blog entries, we discussed the value of first-order-reversal-curve (FORC) analysis when characterizing magnetic interactions in nickel (Ni) nanowires and rocks. Now, we’re looking at how FORCs are beneficial for analyzing: Exchange bias phenomena in magnetic multilayer films, which are commonly used as read heads in high-density recording media. For more on this, read […]

Lake Shore Manufacturing Engineer Daniel Hoy

  Daniel Hoy earned his B.S. in Physics from Ohio University and his M.S. in Physics from the Ohio State University. He officially joined the Lake Shore team as a Manufacturing Engineer two and a half years ago, but his experience with Lake Shore dates back to his graduate career. Q: How were you first […]

FORC diagram of an array of magnetic nanowires

You may recall us announcing last month that Lake Shore’s Brad Dodrill would be presenting a poster session “First-Order-Reversal-Curve Analysis of Nanoscale Magnetic Materials” during the TechConnect World Innovation Conference & Expo. If you are interested in reading the paper that served as a basis for the poster session, you can download it here. Co-authored […]

Upgrade your Lake Shore probe station to never need LHe again

The American Physical Society (APS) has kicked off a new program designed to help academic researchers—particularly, individual users—more reliably and affordably procure liquid helium. APS is working with the American Chemical Society (ACS) and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) on this pilot program. What they want to do first is assemble a trial group of […]


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