We are not officially announcing it yet—this is just a sneak preview for our blog readers. But, our new current source, the Model 121, is being introduced in June. The Model 121 DC current source is a precision instrument suitable for bench-top use or panel-mounted operation in labs, test facilities, and manufacturing environments. It is […]
We’ve told you about our new CVT probes in a recent press release, but have you seen our application note for them? Be sure to take a look! Click on the app note picture to open the PDF. Developed in collaboration with TOYO Corporation of Japan, Lake Shore’s new patented Model ZN50R-CVT probes allow you […]
The following video shows some of the quality tests that we performed on our Model 648 power supply. These are tests that were performed with safety to the operator in mind, and are not meant to be imitated in your home laboratory.
Dr. Bill McGovern is a Scientist at Lake Shore. He received his BS in Chemistry and Engineering Physics from Hope College, and his MS and PhD in Analytical Chemistry from The Ohio State University. He started at Lake Shore in 2005. Q: What was the process you went through at Lake Shore to develop the […]
In this five minute video, Brad Dodrill, Vice President of Sales and Senior Scientist at Lake Shore, provides an overview and introduction of the new MicroMag 2900 Series alternating gradient magnetometer (AGM). He also does a quick measurement to demonstrate the speed and sensitivity of the AGM. For more information, you can download our brochure […]
Jeff Lindemuth is a senior scientist as Lake Shore, focusing on the development of magnetic measurement systems, including vibrating sample magnetometer (VSM) systems and Hall effect measurement systems. He received his BS in physics from Penn State University, and a PhD in high energy physics from The College of William and Mary. Q: How long […]
Continuing in the theme of last week’s post, some further news on our progress in developing the THz-based materials characterization system: Dr. David Daughton just returned from New Orleans where he presented a talk at the ACS April Meeting on April 12, 2013. His talk was to provide an update on our recent progress with chemical […]