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Lake Shore 336 Cryogenic Temperature Controller

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Lake Shore 336 Cryogenic Temperature Controller

Lake Shore 336 Cryogenic Temperature Controller

Supports the industry's most advanced line of cryogenic tempereture sensors




The Model 336 temperature controller supports the industry’s most advanced line of cryogenic temperature sensors manufactured by Lake Shore, including diodes, resistance temperature detectors (RTDs), and thermocouples. It has four sensor inputs, four control outputs, and 150 W of low-noise heater power. Two independent heater outputs providing 100 W and 50 W can be associated with any of the four sensor inputs and programmed for closed-loop temperature control in proportional-integral-derivative (PID) mode.



  • Operates down to 300 mK with appropriate NTC RTD sensors
  • Four sensor inputs and four independent control outputs
  • Two PID control loops: 100 W and 50 W into a 50 ohm or 25 ohm load
  • Autotuning automatically collects PID parameter
  • Automatically switch sensor inputs using zones to allow continuous measurement and control from 300 mK to 150 5K
  • Customer display setup allows you to label each sensor input
  • Ethernet, USB and IEEE-488 interfaces
  • Supports diode, RTD and thermocouple temperature sensors
  • Sensor excitation current reversal eliminates thermal EMF errors for resistance sensors
  • ±10V analog voltage outputs, alarms and relays

The controller’s zone tuning feature allows seamless temperature control from 300 mK to over 1,500 K by automatically switching temperature sensor inputs when the temperature range goes beyond the usable range of a given sensor. Alarms, relays, and ±10 V analog voltage outputs are available to help automate secondary control functions. 3-year standard warranty.


For further information please contact us or download the datasheet.


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