The Quantum Design 0.25 W cryo-refrigerator is a variable speed, G-M closed-cycle cryo-refrigerator designed for a variety of applications. The indoor, air-cooled compressor is compact and quiet, making it perfect for operation in laboratories and work spaces. Variable speed operation is not only energy efficient but also reduces servicing requirements compared to traditional one-speed cryocoolers.
GA 4K Cryo-Refrigerator
Quantum Design brings its 30+ years of low temperature instrumentation design to the development and manufacture of an innovative line of compressors and Gifford-McMahon (G-M) closed-cycle cryo-refrigerators. Variable speed energy efficiency, longer uninterrupted run times between servicing, and low vibration operation are all hallmarks of these cryogenic refrigeration products.
- 0.25 W at 4.2 K
- Variable speed control
- Energy smart
- Long service life
- Reduced vibration
- Remote control operation and monitoring
- Cooling and warming capabilities (no heaters)
- Superconducting magnet systems
- LTS electronics and SQUIDs
- Optical cryostats
- LT microscopes
- Computer Interface Module via USB
- Cryo-Refrigerator Toolkit
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