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Held at the University of Minnesota in Mineapolis on July 23 and 24, it will be both a research symposium and a hands-on training on the use of FORCs to characterize magnetic materials. Register now!

The non-destructive testing of wafer-scale materials and controlled environment of our CRX-VF cryogenic probe station and the DC Hall measurement capabilities of our 8400 Series Hall system are now both available in the new Model 8425.

​Lake Shore is now taking orders for the new Model 372 AC resistance bridge and temperature controller. This next-generation instrument represents the first major update to the Lake Shore AC resistance bridge product line since the release of our Model 370.

Save time by using a Keithley 4200 with your Lake Shore probe station and controller to automatically run a diverse set of measurements over a range of temperatures without any repeated intervention. Learn more in a new application note detailing how this was done to characterize high electron-mobility transistor (pHEMT) devices at different cryogenic temperatures.

Option cards are still available that add additional functionality to your 340. The 3462 card doubles your sensor inputs to 4 total, and there are also thermocouple and capacitance cards remaining as well.