ST-300-MS Compact Cryostat for Microscopy
Designed as an alternative to the ST-500 microscope cryostat, this compact cryostat combines short working distance with the standard SuperTran design. The ST-300-MS is intended for use in experiments with very tight space restrictions, and is available with a compact or ultra-compact window block.
Designed as an alternative to the ST-500 microscope cryostat, this compact cryostat combines short working distance with the standard SuperTran design. The ST-300-MS cryostat is intended for use in experiments where space restrictions do not allow the use of the ST-500. While this cryostat does not have the ultra-low vibration and thermal drift characteristics of the ST-500 cryostat, the vibration levels are still submicron.
As with all SuperTran cryostats, the ST-300-MS system includes a flexible high-efficiency variable flow cryogen transfer line that delivers liquid helium or liquid nitrogen to a two-stage heat exchanger and sample mount. The ST-300-MS is portable, easily mounted in a variety of configurations, and can be used both in transmission and reflection geometries. The sample holder position is adjustable to allow for samples of varying thicknesses.
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|Specification ||SuperTran |
(Sample in Vacuum)
|Temperature Range ||<2-325 K (500 K optional) |
|Initial Cooldown Time ||15 minutes |
|Nominal Temperature Stability (with controller) ||50 mK or less |
|Orientation ||any position (with increased helium consumption) |
|System Weight (without transfer line) ||10 lbs (4.6 kg) |
|Cryogen Consumption on Cooldown ||0.4L LHe (325 - 4.2 K) |
0.1L LN2 (325 - 77 K)
|Nominal Cryogen Consumption Rate ||0.5 L/Hr LHe (5 K) |
0.1 L/Hr LN2 (100 K)
|NOTE: Specifications do not include optical or experimental heat loads and assume vertical orientation. |
Typical Cryogen Consumption of Optical SuperTran Cryostats
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