See demos of CryoComplete™ and other Lake Shore systems at MRS Spring exhibit
Visit Lake Shore at MRS Spring

Lake Shore Cryotronics will be at next week’s MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibition in San Francisco demonstrating various solutions for electronic material characterization, including the new CryoComplete, a fully integrated system intended for 77 K to 500 K material research.

CryoComplete contains everything needed to start taking temperature-dependent electrical measurements out-of-the-box, including:

In Booth 415, the company will demo how the M81-SSM instrument and modules can be used to stimulate and measure small detector photocurrents of a diode mounted in the cryostat when illuminated by a laser source.

Also being demoed:

  • A second M81-SSM system set up to show on-wafer measurements made in a Lake Shore cryogenic probe station; these stations enable researchers to perform on-wafer DC, RF, or high-frequency measurements at temperatures as low as 1.6 K and in fields to as high as 5 T under vacuum (on display at MRS Spring will be the affordable tabletop TTPX station)
  • The M91 FastHall™ measurement controller, which enables Hall effect analysis to be performed in much less time than comparable solutions, especially when characterizing low-mobility materials; at MRS Spring, two M91 controllers will be on display: one used as part of the company's FastHall Station and a second showing how the controller can be used with a Quantum Design PPMS® for high-resistance Hall measurements

In addition, representatives will be answering questions about: