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New FastHall Controller

Lake Shore has released the revolutionary MeasureReady M91 fastHall controller. Featuring a patented new measurement technqiue, this all-in-one instrument fundamentally changes the way the Hall effect is generated and measured by eliminating the need to switch the polarity of the applied field during measurement.

This technqiue delivers significantly high levels of precision, speed and convenience to researchers involved in the study of electronic materials, especially when using high-field supercondcuting magnets or measuring very low-mobility materials.

For further information please read more, download the datasheet or contact us.

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New Dimension XR Scanning Probe Microscope

Bruker are please to release the Dimension XR family of scanning probe microscopes (SPM's). These new systems incorporate major AFM innovations, including Bruker's proprietary and exclusive DataCube nanoelectrical modes, AFM-SECM for energy research and the new AFM-nDMA mode, which for the first time correlates polymer nanomechanics to bulk dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA).

For the first time an AFM can provide complete and quantitative viscoelastic analysis of polymers at the nanoscale, probing materials at Rheologically relevant frequencies, in the linear regime. Proprietary dual-channel detection, phase-drift correction, and reference frequency tracking enable a small strain measurement in the rheologically relevant 0.1H to 20kHz range for nanoscale measurements of storage modulus, loss modulus, and less tangent that tie directly to bulk DMA.

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Bruker's New Deep Trench Probes

Bruker's new PeakForce Deep Trench (PFDT) series of probes are engineered to provide depth metrology and imaging on the most challenging structures encountered on semiconductor samples and optics, including trenches and pits with aggressive aspect ratios and depth of more than 100nm

PeakForce Tapping is well known to be ideal for aggressive geometrics, such as deep and narrow trenches, as it avoids air damping and sticking effects that plague approaches based on resonant modes such as Tapping or non-contact. The cantilever shape, spring constant, and resonance frequency of these probes are highly optimised for PeakForce Tapping, and the spike angle is tilt corrected for Dimension Icon. The result is repeatable, accurate metrology with high throughput and long tip life. Read more.

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New WPI Surgical Instruments Catalogue

The 2019 Surgical Instruments Catalogue from WPI is now available, click here to view your copy online or contact Tim Watts for a hard copy.

WPI is proud to offer an extensive line of surgical instruments for all your research needs. Whether you are looking for a pair of fine German surgical scissors or marine grade stainless steel forceps, WPI are sure to offer when you are looking for. Additionally, WPI also offer a large range of accessoires including an electrocautery unit, sterilisation trays and instruments.

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New Teslameters from LakeShore

Lake Shore Cryotronics will be showcasing next-generation teslameters for fast, worry-free, and accurate measurements at next wee

The new F41 (single-axis) and F71 (multi-axis) teslameters, as well as compatible new FP Series Hall probes and 2DexTM Hall sensors, offer a new level of precision and convenience for engineers, QC technicians, and lab researchers. Enabling users to measure with confidence in challenging applications, they feature:

  • New TrueZero technolog that minimises miaslignment voltages, eliminating the need to re-zero a probe
  • Hall sensors that offer excellent sensitivity and are highly linear over a very wide field range
  • A smaller, ultra-thin active area on the sensors, which ensures more accurate field readings and all but eliminates planaer Hall effect errosr that have caused measurement offsets in current generation 3-axis probes

For further information, read more, download the datasheet or contact us.

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