The Janis cryogen-free series probe stations provide the researcher with vacuum and cryogenic probing capabilities without requiring the use of liquid cryogens. 4 K, 10 K and 80 K cryocoolers utilize proven Gifford-McMahon (G-M) technology for reliable and affordable sample cooling. Typical applications include MEMS, nanoscale electronics, superconductivity, ferroelectrics, material sciences and optics.
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Main features of Cryogen Free Probe Stations:
- Less than 1 micron vibration
- Temperature range (with 4 probe arms installed) from 4.5 K to 350 K (optional: 6 K to 475 K or 6 K to 675 K)
- Accommodates up to 2” (51 mm) diameter wafers (optional: up to 4” [101 mm])
- Up to eight cooled, easily interchangeable, micro-manipulated probe arms
- Electrical measurements from DC to 67 GHz
- Wide variety of inexpensive LF probe tips that are easy to replace
- Very low triaxial probe arms leakage current (typically 1 to 2 fA @ 1V)
- Non-contact, non-destructive Kelvin probes
- Multi-tip probes
- Fiber probe arms with single and multi mode fiber options
- Additional electrical feedthroughs with cables and wires to sample area
- Special miniature vacuum chamber to transfer sample under vacuum from Glove Box to Probe Station
- Precise translation X-Y-Z- travel stages for all monoscope system assemblies
- System customization options
Please click here to download the Cryogen Free series Probe Station datasheet (190 KB) (updated May 23, 2013). The downloaded file will be in PDF format which is viewable and printable with Acrobat Reader, a free plug-in utility from Adobe.
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Please click here to download the probe station requirement questionnaire (59 KB). Since we have many different options for our probe stations, fill the questionnaire out and email it to Janis.
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