The Cryostation C2 is an ultra-stable low temperature closed-cycle cryostat. It remains the leader in its field due to its extremely low vibrations (<5nm), stable thermal performance at base temperature (+/- 5mK), and unparalleled sample and optical access. The Cryostation's large temperature range of 3.2K to 350K enables a wide range of experiments, while a fast cooldown time of less than 2 hours allows researchers to complete multiple measurements in a single day.
Closed-cycle means no helium is consumed, so users avoid the high costs, uncertain supply, and challenging operation associated with liquid cryogens. The Cryostation utilizes a straightforward user interface and fully-automated control system to make the instrument more productive and efficient. With this turn-key system, simply set the target temperature and the Cryostation will do the rest.
A variety of accessories and add-ons allow users to configure the instrument for unique experimental requirements.
|Key Features||Key Benefits|
|Cryostat||Ultra-stable closed-cycle optical cryostat|
|Sample Space||Tabletop mounting architecture|
|Thermal Stability||Rock solid temperature stability|
|Mechanical Stability||Vibrations are no longer a concern|
|Sample Drift||CTE-cancelling sample platform|
|User Interface||Control via Windows based software on mini-laptop computer|
|Remote Interface||TCP/IP and LabVIEW|
|Control Unit||Powerful built-in electronics|
|Compressor||Variable Flow Helium compressor|
|Sample Mounting||Sample in vacuum|
|Optical Substrates||Fused silica AR coated 400-1000nm|
Patented tabletop architecture and other design innovations provide leading positional stability
Intuitive temperature control, optimized wide-range temperature stability, and quick speeds to set-point
The sample space can be configured to meet the unique needs of each experiment