Metals, superconductors, and certain other materials that are characterized by low resistances can sometimes be difficult to measure [...]
Landing a probe is probably the most important step in achieving reliable, repeatable measurements. In our user manuals, we provide detailed instructions on correctly landing various Lake Shore [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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!
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 [...]
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 [...]