The NanOsc Instruments line of broadband ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) spectrometers offer a simple turn-key solution to the burgeoning field of magnetodynamics research.
The OptiCool by Quantum Design is a new magneto-optical cryostat using an innovative design that puts the sample volume in the heart of your optical environment.
The Quantum Design PPMS represents a unique concept in laboratory equipment: an open architecture, variable temperature-field system, designed to perform a variety of automated measurements.
The PPMS DynaCool, Quantum Design’s latest development effort, uses a single two-stage Pulse Tube cooler to cool both the superconducting magnet and the temperature control system, providing a low vibration environment for sample measurements.
qutools develops, manufactures and distributes quantum information products, which include: entangled photon sources, quantum random number generators, quantum cryptography systems and quantum optics components.
Rainbow Photonics was founded as a spin-off company from the Nonlinear Optics Laboratory of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich, in 1997. The company offers a series of novel terahertz instruments for imaging and spectroscopy.
Single Quantum’s Eos X10 CS is a superconducting nanowire single photon detector (SNSPD) closed-cycle system with unparalleled detection efficiency in the near infrared spectrum.
The NanoFrazor is a unique tool for rapid prototyping of 3D nano-structures and nano-devices. The patterning principle of the NanoFrazor technology is based on Thermal Scanning Probe Lithography (t-SPL) which originates from IBM Rueschlikon.
Manufactured by GES Corporation, this tetra arc crystal furnace uses the Czochralski pulling method and four electric arcs to grow a wide range of metallic-conductive materials such as metallic compounds and high-temperature superconductors.
The high-performance, compact IR Image Furnace from Quantum Design offers unsurpassed performance in a convenient, stand-alone design. Rivaling much larger and more costly IR furnaces, it uses the Floating Zone (FZ) method to promote single crystal growth from a polycrystalline rod.
Quantum Design introduces its first portable, cryogen-free cryocooler-based material characterization platform – VersaLab. With a temperature range of 50 – 400K, this 3 tesla platform is perfect for accomplishing many types of materials characterization in a limited space.