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ST-300 & ST-300T Compact Cryostats

Overview

ST-300 standard optical compact cryostat, Janis Research, cryogenic equipment

Designed for experiments with limited space, these cryostats are available in optical or non-optical configurations. The tail diameters can be specified to fit your experiment.

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Standard Configuration

Designed for experiments with limited space, the Janis Research ST-300 optical (drawing shown on the next page) and ST-300T (standard version not shown), include the following components:

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Standard Optical ST-300 Cryostat Mechanical Drawing

Optical (ST-300)

  • Compact optical vacuum shroud
  • Compact optical radiation shield
  • Four (4) 0.88" clear view quartz windows
  • Optical sample holder
  • One (1) 10-pin electrical feedthrough
  • Three (3) blank feedthrough ports
  • Temperature sensor
  • 6' superinsulated cryogen transfer line
  • Control heater
  • System test

Tubular (ST-300T)

  • Compact tubular vacuum shroud (1.5" O.D.)
  • Compact tubular radiation shield
  • Blank sample holder
  • One (1) 10-pin electrical feedthrough
  • Three (3) blank feedthrough ports
  • Temperature sensor
  • 6' superinsulated cryogen transfer line
  • Control heater
  • System test

Typical Applications:

  • Microscopy 
  • Narrow Gap Magnet
  • Spectroscopy
  • Hall Studies

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Specifications

Specification SuperTran
(Sample in Vacuum)
Temperature Range <2-325 K (500 K, >700 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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Other Configurations

Other Compact Configurations:

  • Rotatable window block
  • O-ring sealed windows
  • Vacuum shroud extensions
  • High temperature (500 K)
  • Subcompact vacuum shroud (shown below) 
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ST-300 with optional sub-compact window block for use in small bore magnet

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ST300T with a 6-way Triax break-out box

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Special Compact ST-300 with (4) Windows

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ST-300 with Optional Mounting Plate

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