In this recently published EDN Network article, Jeffrey Dierker of Lake Shore Cryotronics discusses the value of Hall effect sensors and their history, describing the types of measurement for which [...]
Last Wednesday’s news out of Lawrence Livermore National Lab about a recent advancement toward achieving break-even energy, or “ignition,” is certainly positive. In case you haven’t heard, for the [...]
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As you probably already know, you can watch videos we have uploaded to our Lake Shore YouTube channel. But occasionally you may also come across videos about Lake Shore products produced by our [...]
Late in 2013, Lake Shore conducted a survey of cryogenic sensor customers in order to assess how scientists and engineers are using sensors. With enough time [...]
Scientists from Lake Shore and Radiant Technology collaborated to characterize the performance of ferroelectric capacitors at cryogenic temperatures. These devices can be used for temperature, [...]
If you watch the NOVA show on PBS, you may have spotted one of our Model 336 temperature controllers on Wednesday night (October 30th, 2013).
We will be hosting our first Google+ Hangout on Oct. 29, 2013 at 2 p.m. The live webcast will focus on types of cryogenic sensors and their applications.
We recently published an application note titled, Rock Magnetism and First-Order-Reversal-Curve (FORC) Measurements. Written by Brad Dodrill, this paper discusses the usefulness of FORC measurements [...]
Probe station users will enjoy this offer:
If you experiment across a range of temperatures, you will want to try our new ZN50R-CVT probes in your Lake Shore probe station. These patented probes [...]