Measure temperatures from <20 mK to over 1,500 K. A wide selection of diodes, RTDs, thermocouples, and mounting packages are available.
The HR Series is a line of high reliability cryogenic temperature sensors for mission-critical applications. This family of off-the-shelf sensors have already undergone extreme testing steps to assure you of extra reliability.
Cryogenic temperature sensors encased in stainless steel thermowell fixtures for tight spaces or immersion in liquids. Probes are unaffected by high pressure and sealed to keep electrical components and wiring protected from fluids and other elements.
Designed for precise, accurate, low noise, low excitation power AC resistance measurements. Measure resistance materials in cryogenic environments from <20 mK to 1 K.
Monitor & control temperatures from <300 mK to over 1,500 K. Choose from variety of sensor inputs, sensor excitation ranges, display features, and interfaces.
Monitor temperatures from 1.4 K to over 800 K. Choose from one or eight standard inputs. USB, IEEE-488 and RS-232C interfaces, relays, and analog outputs available.
Transmit temperature data over long distances to data acquisition locations in research and industrial settings. External interface is 4 mA to 20 mA.
Programmable AC and DC current sources that provide precise, low noise, stable currents for a number of applications.
Cryogenic and temperature measurement accessories include cable, wire, solder, heaters, insulating and conductive materials, and more.
Janis Research offers a full line of cryostats, using LN₂ or LHe or as closed-cycle refrigerator options. Choose from continuous flow or reservoir systems suited for a large range of applications.
Janis micro-manipulated probe stations are designed for non-destructive electrical testing using DC, RF, and fiber-optic probes. They are useful in a variety of fields including semiconductors, MEMS, superconductivity, electronics, ferroelectrics, material science, physics, and optics.
By maintaining flexibility over the specification and integration of the magnet, electronics, temperature controller, and cryostat, Janis is able to offer magnet systems with performance characteristics tailored to individual experimental and budgetary requirements.
Janis Research Company offers a series of cryogenic cold trap systems (CCT) using mechanical coolers. These traps are primarily used in the adsorption of noble gases, including helium, neon, argon, krypton and xenon
Janis offers two-stage pulse tube cryocoolers, pulse tube-based 4 K closed-cycle refrigerator systems, and pulse tube-based 1.5 K continuous closed-cycle refrigerator cryostats.
Janis Research designs and manufactures a line of superior quality research Dewars. With a wide range of styles and options available, there is sure to be a Dewar to suit your application.
Janis products are used in a large variety of applications. Contact us to see how we can help you.
We offer a full range of accessories, ancillary equipment, and spare parts for all your cryogenic needs.
Dilution refrigerators, He-3 systems, and other ultra-low temperature products.
Measure both DC and AC magnetic fields, and control DC fields. Ideal for both industrial and scientific research applications. Handheld and benchtop units.
Axial, transverse, multi-axis, and tangential Hall probes for measuring magnetic flux density. Choose from a wide range of lengths and thicknesses. Probes also available for cryogenic applications.
Small, compact axial and transverse Hall generators for measuring flux density. Available for use at cryogenic temperatures.
Measure total flux in industrial and measurement system settings. Ideal for magnet testing and sorting, and as the main component in BH loop or hysteresisgraph measurement applications.
Standard field helmholtz coils, magnet moment measurement helmholtz coils, and search coils available.
Scalable research platforms that quickly adapt to a wide range of material characterization applications.
Software for time-sensitive coordination of temperature, field, and electrical measurements for material characterization research.
Instruments for materials characterization that are as easy to use as your smartphone.
Measure hysteresis M(H) loops, torque curves, and temperature dependent magnetic properties of a wide range of samples including bulk, powder, thin film, fluid, and magnetic structures.
Micro-manipulated probe stations used for non-destructive testing of devices on full and partial wafers. Ideal for measuring magneto-transport, electrical, electro-optical, parametric, high Z, DC, RF, and microwave properties.
Measure AC/DC Hall effect and AHE in spintronics, transparent oxides, DMS, and compound semiconductors. Resolve individual carrier mobilities and densities using our QMSA software package.
The EM-V Series electromagnets produce variable magnetic fields with a variety of air gap and pole cap configurations. They are ideal for a variety of applications.
Linear bipolar DC magnet power supplies provide true 4-quadrant output, eliminating the need for external switching or operator intervention to reverse current polarity.
A true 4-quadrant, low noise, stable superconducting magnet power supply. Ideal for small to medium sized superconducting magnets.
Water chillers for either 50 Hz or 60 Hz operation and in a variety of sizes and cooling capacities.