Lake Shore exhibiting cryogenic monitoring and control solutions at CEC/ICMC
Lake Shore exhibiting cryogenic solutions at CEC/ICMC

Lake Shore Cryotronics will discuss cryogenic monitoring, control, and sensing solutions at the joint Cryogenic Engineering Conference/International Cryogenic Materials Conference (CEC/ICMC), June 28 – July 2 in Tucson, AZ.

The company’s booth will feature the 12-channel Model 224 monitor, which offers high sensitivity and 12 independently configurable inputs for measuring various points in cryogenic systems, as well as new modular input designs for PLC-based temperature control of sensors located throughout large facilities.

In addition, Lake Shore representatives will be answering questions about their:

  • Popular Model 336 controller, featuring eight sensor inputs and four independent control outputs, supporting automated temperature control down to 300 mK with the appropriate sensors.
  • Model 350 controller, with eight sensor inputs and four independent control outputs, supporting measurement as low as 100 mK with the appropriate sensors. It is ideal for He-3, ADR, and dilution refrigerator applications requiring measurement precision.
  • Model 372 AC resistance bridge/temperature controller, which can be used in <100 mK dilution refrigerator applications and has been recently updated for even faster and more accurate measurements.

All of these instruments are optimized to work with Lake Shore’s industry-leading sensors, which include Cernox™ thin-film RTD and silicon diode, germanium, and ruthenium oxide sensors, as well as platinum RTDs.

Also at CEC/ICMC, Lake Shore cryogenics expert Dr. Scott Courts will be presenting:

  • A “Practical Thermometry and Instrumentation” short course, from 1 – 5 p.m., Sunday, June 28. Attendees can register online or on-site.
  • A paper on “Mechanical Robustness of Cryogenic Temperature Sensors Packaged in a Flat, Hermetically Sealed Package,” during the 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 1, C3OrG oral session. Dr. Courts will present calibration shift results for Lake Shore sensors subjected to a drop test, a vibration test, and a mechanical shock.