Ring Permanent Magnets Vertical Field Specifications
- Set of six (6) ring permanent magnets to create ~ 2,000 Gauss, 1,800 Gauss, 1,500 Gauss, 1,100 Gauss, 800 Gauss, and 400 Gauss vertical magnetic fields in the sample area. The magnets can be used up to 350 K. To interchange the vertical field ring magnets the cryostat must be warmed up and open.
- Second 1” (25 mm) diameter sample mount to be used with the ring permanent magnets. The probe travels with the permanent magnets are X - 18 mm; Y - 18 mm; Z - 8 mm. The sample mounts are easily replaceable.
- Open cycle probe station option based on low vibration, microscopy ST-500 cryostat
- Closed cycle (cryogen free) probe station option
- Optional: Set of six (6) high temperature ring permanent magnets to create ~ 1,600 Gauss, 1,400 Gauss, 1,200 Gauss, 900 Gauss, 600 Gauss and 300 Gauss vertical magnetic fields in the sample area. The magnets can be used up to 475 K. To interchange the vertical field ring magnets the cryostat must be warmed up and open. It can be done within ~ 45 minutes with quick warming up optional item.
- Optional special miniature vacuum chamber to transfer sample under vacuum from Glove Box to Probe Station
Probe Station Datasheet
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Flexible Probe Tips
Please click here to read about Janis Research's new technique of cryogenic probe station special flexible probe tips that allows absorbing the probe arm thermal drift movement during variable DUT temperature measurements.
Probe Station Requirement Questionnaire
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.
Interested in seeing what other Janis customers have accomplished with their probe stations? Click here to see a list of some of their research papers. Click here for a presentation on Janis probe stations with a selection of applications and reference papers from a few of our probe station customers.
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