The first set of Fusions made their way to customer labs this month. The user-driven design simplifies sample wiring with a new modular cold PCB inside an expanded sample chamber. Learn more about the features inside our newest base platform.
Montana Instruments recently collaborated with the Burch Group at Boston College and the University of Toronto to design, test, and characterize a variable temperature Raman microscope setup utilizing Montana Instruments Cryo-Optic and ATSM technologies. The resulting system makes it possible to probe nano-materials with low thermal conductivities and very weak Raman responses.
The Agile Temperature Sample Mount was designed to facilitate rapid temperature changes of the sample while ensuring the highest level of positional stability. It has now been integrated vertically within the Nanoscale Workstation for horizontal beam path measurements.
Last month, our engineers designed a unique system to test quantum optical interactions. The system features an Agile Temperature Sample Mount and custom adapted CF3.37 flange with fiber connections. Learn more about the Cryostation options used in this system.
During September, the team took on a multifaceted engineering challenge which required a unique solution to manage high-voltage electric fields below 4K. Learn more about the complex elements involved in the design.
Montana Instruments has designed and tested a Cryostation system with over 100 DC feedthroughs and 4 RF Coax. The base temperatures reaches 4.1K on the sample. Learn about the techniques of wiring that help reach the optimum base temperature.
Learn how the team managed to balance 12 axis of motion, 8 high frequency coax connections, fiber optic feedthroughs, low working distance, and a custom sample mount with a low temperature, low vibration, highly stable system.