Lake Shore to showcase magnetic instruments and present industry talk at Magnetics 2023
Lake Shore Cryotronics at Magnetics 2023 in Orlando

Lake Shore Cryotronics will be in Orlando Feb. 1 – 2 at the Magnetics 2023 conference to showcase its range of high-performance magnetic measurement instruments as well as participate in an industry talk on how to better source permanent magnets from suppliers.

Representatives will have the company's award-winning F71/F41 teslameters on-hand, demonstrating their:

  • Easy operation for fast, worry-free, and highly accurate field measurements
  • Live plotting feature that allows one to easily see magnetic fields changing over time
  • High-speed pulse detection with the addition of maximum peak holding
  • Fully configurable digital low-pass, high-pass, and bandpass filters, which can be applied to an RMS reading when operating in high-frequency mode
  • Qualifier feature for pass/fail classifications of field values
  • Ease of use with their compatible Hall probes, including TruZero™ technology that eliminates any need to re-zero the probes and a quick-release connector for easy swapping of probes

Available in single-axis (F41) and multi-axis (F71) versions, the teslameters can be integrated easily into a cryogenic system, with built-in external source temperature compensation and a cryogenic mode that reduces power dissipation into the compatible cryogenic-rated Hall probe/sensor by orders of magnitude when measuring below 4 K (as explained here).

In addition to teslameters, Lake Shore will also be discussing:

The industry talk, “Avoid Costly Permanent Magnet Specification Mistakes,” will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Day 2 of the conference. Daniel Hoy, Lake Shore Development Engineer for magnetic sensors, and Brody Tucker, Application Engineer for Adams Magnetic Products, will discuss ways to improve permanent magnet supply chains. In this talk, attendees will learn about how to collaborate with one’s suppliers to streamline the magnet sourcing process from RFQ to IQC and avoid expensive delays and costly overruns.