Many QC departments are only beginning to realize that a little magnetics knowledge can go a long way – especially when it comes to avoiding expensive mistakes in the manufacturing process. This article by Jeff Dierker, Lake Shore Senior Consulting Engineer, explains why.
The Model 224 is an ideal addition to any university and commercial research lab requiring measurement flexibility in low-temperature applications, supporting Lake Shore high-sensitivity Cernox™ thin-film RTD sensors as well as other NTC RTDs, PTC RTDs such as platinum sensors, and diodes such as the Lake Shore DT-670 Series.
Senior Scientist Brad Dodrill explains how to use first-order-reversal-curves (FORCs) to provide insight into magnetic materials, including properties such as interactions or coercivity distributions.
Since our last update, a lot of good progress has been made on the THz materials characterization project. Most significantly, all three of our collaboration sites are now actively using their prototype systems and anticipating some interesting results.
Chart recorder utility, output 3 and 4 closed loop PID mode, capacitance option card support, and more.
Lake Shore has a planned shut-down scheduled from December 22 through January 1, 2012. Normal business hours will resume on January 2. We wish you a happy and safe holiday season!