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Cryogenic temperature controllers

Model 22C, Model 24C, Model 26C and Model 54 from CryoCon

The different cryogenic temperature controllers Model 22C, 24C and 26C feature two or four multi-purpose input channels, which support most temperature sensors (silicon diode, ruthenium oxide, platinum RTD, Cernox, rhodium iron, germanium, Carbon-Glass, GaAlAs diode and thermocouple). They cover a temperature range from 100 mK to 1500 K. Different interfaces (Ethernet, RS-232, GPIB, USB and LabView) together with advanced operation software assure an easy integration into your measurement setup.

Features
  • Supports most temperature sensors on the market
  • Temperature range from 100 mK to 1500 K
  • Up to one 100 W control loop
  • Different control interfaces like Ethernet, USB and LabView

Further information

The model 54 is a four channel cryogenic impedance bridge capable of measuring resistance, inductance and mutual-inductance. Additionally, four control loop outputs support use as a temperature controller. It measures impedance by use of an auto-blancing, ratiometric AC bridge. Impedance measurement in cryogenic systems often requires low level excitation followed by precision signal recovery. To implement this, the Model 54 uses a differential voltage-mode excitation scheme followed by bi-phase lock-in detection. Differential mode excitation prevents electrical noise pickup currents from flowing through the sensor and the use of passive attenuation reduces the output impedance of the bridge, thereby reducing generated output noise. To further reduce noise, sine-wave excitation is used with programmable frequencies.

Applications

Model 22C Cryogen-Free systems:
  • Proprietary cryocooler thermal signature removal offers the best control stability in the industry for cryocooler based systems
  • Two input channels.
General purpose laboratory:
  • Two inputs support virtually every low temperature sensor offered by every manufacturer.
  • Two thermocouple inputs are optional.
  • Stepless Constant-Voltage excitation offers the widest possible temperature range for a given sensor.
  • Four control loops.
  • Ethernet connectivity for ease of remote control.
  • Internal data logging.
  • Temperature activated relays and alarms. E-mail available on alarms.
  • Instrument status and control via a standard web browser.
Superconducting Magnets:
  • Robust support for the NTC temperature sensors that are commonly used in magnet systems.
  • Two input channels.
Data Acquisition / Computer control:
  • Ethernet interface.
  • Remote command language is an IEEE-488.2 compliant implementation of SCPI and is identical across the entire product line, therefore ensuring your system software will not become obsolete.
  • LabView™ drivers for all remote interfaces
Model 24C Helium 3 refrigerators:
  • Constant voltage sensor excitation levels from 10mV to 300µV.
  • Four input channels support NTC resistors and diode sensors.
  • Clean, low power heater outputs.
Cryogen-Free systems:
  • Proprietary cryocooler thermal signature removal offers the best control stability in the industry for cryocooler based systems.
  • Four input channels.
General purpose laboratory:
  • Four inputs support virtually every cryogenic temperature sensor offered by every manufacturer.
  • Two thermocouple inputs are optional.
  • Stepless Constant-Voltage excitation offers the widest possible temperature range for a given sensor.
  • Four control loops.
  • Ethernet connectivity for ease of remote control.
  • Internal data logging.
  • Temperature activated relays and alarms. E-mail on alarms.
  • Instrument status and control via a standard web browser.
Superconducting Magnets:
  • Robust support for the NTC temperature sensors that are commonly used in magnet systems.
  • Four input channels.
Data Acquisition / Computer control:
  • Ethernet interface.
  • Remote command language is SCPI and is identical across the entire product line, therefore ensuring your system software will not become obsolete.
  • LabView™ drivers for all remote interfaces
Model 26C Probe Stations:
  • 100W + 50W outputs for high temperature operation.
  • Rapid sample warm-up.
Large cryocoolers:
  • High power outputs control large cryocoolers over a wide range that includes room temperature.
  • Proprietary cryocooler thermal signature removal offers the best control stability in the industry for cryocooler based systems.
Oven based systems:
  • Control from low temperature to >900K.
  • Thermocouple support on any input.
Cryogen-Free systems:
  • Cryocooler thermal signature subtraction.
  • Four input channels
General purpose laboratory:
  • Four inputs, four independent control loops.
  • Ethernet connectivity for ease of remote control.
  • Temperature activated relays and alarms.
  • Instrument control via any web browser.
Superconducting Magnets:
  • Robust support for the NTC temperature sensors that are commonly used in magnet systems.
  • Continuous data logging to non-volatile memory.
Model 54 Ultra-Low Temperature Thermometry:
  • He3 refrigerators, Dilution Refrigerators, ADRs.
  • Each input supports resistor, diode and mutual-inductance temperature sensors.
  • Differential sinewave excitation. Step-less constant-voltage to 100µV.
  • High precision heater outputs for excellent control stability.
  • Precision low power control outputs.
Material Science:
  • Resistance, inductance and mutual-inductance measurement.
  • Low resistance measurement.
General purpose laboratory:
  • Cryogenic bridge measures resistance, inductance and mutual-inductance.
  • Four inputs expandable to 28.
  • Four independent control loops.
  • Ethernet connectivity, Web 2.0.
  • Data logging to external memory.
  • LabView™ drivers for all remote interfaces

Downloads

Temperature controller selection guide
Temperature controller selection guide
Cryogenic impedance bridge and temperature controller M54
Cryogenic impedance bridge and temperature controller M54
Temperature controller M 22C
Temperature controller M 22C

Contact

Dr. Tobias Adler
Dr. Tobias Adler

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