Top loading probes insert into the system via a flange with a sliding seal. This locates your sample at the field centre if a magnet is included in your system. Heat transfer to the sample region is minimised through radiation baffles and a thin walled stainless steel tube to minimise conduction.
The sample rod is typically terminated in a copper sample holder with a fire rod heater and sensor. At the top, a housing supplies access to the sample region from room temperature.
This type of sample rod allows cooling of the sample in exchange gas but can also be customised to keep the sample in vacuum.
High temperature probes are also available on request with temperatures up to 800K.
ICEoxford wiring allows customisation for a range of DC, Coax, Fibre, High Voltage and High Current lines typically with Fischer or SMA connectors.
- Operating temperature <0.3K to 420K
- Our probes are compatible with Helium 3 and dilution insert systems
- Typical cool down time <180 mins (<45 mins with Dual-Cool Upgrade)
- Sample space diameter Ø and length range can be customised to meet the customer expectation
- Option for sample in vacuum operation