Visit Lake Shore at the Advanced Materials Show to see the latest characterization solutions
See Lake Shore in Booth 820 of The Advanced Materials Show USA

Lake Shore Cryotronics will demonstrate advanced solutions for variable-temperature material characterization, including their new CryoComplete as well as the tabletop TTPX cryogenic probe station, next week at The Advanced Materials Show USA in Columbus, co-located with the Materials Science & Technology (MS&T23) exhibit.

CryoComplete contains everything you need to start taking 77 K to 500 K electrical measurements of materials and devices out of the box, including:

Also on display in Booth 820 will be the affordable TTPX cryogenic probe station optimized for:

  • On-wafer probing of full and partial wafers up to 51 mm (2 in) in diameter
  • Variable temperature 4.2 K to 475 K measurements (with options to go as low as 3.2 K or up to 675 K)
  • Electro-optical materials characterization with the backside optical access option
  • Rapid cooldown and warmup

Lake Shore offers a full range of stations for performing DC, RF, microwave, and electro-optical measurements of materials in a high-vacuum environment at temperatures as low as 1.6 K. Stations can be ordered with integrated magnets, fiber probe arms and feedthroughs for optoelectronics research, and with load-lock assembly and suitcase transfer options for air-sensitive material characterization.

Also at the show, Lake Shore will be answering questions about: