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20 February 2019

Lake Shore demonstrating M91 FastHall measurement instrument at APS March Meeting

In booth 400 at the APS March Meeting in Boston (4-8 March), Lake Shore Cryotronics Inc of Westerville, near Columbus, OH, USA (which makes scientific sensors, instruments and systems for measurement and control under low-temperature and magnetic field conditions) is demonstrating a unique all-in-one instrument for complete Hall analysis.

Suitable for semiconductor material research, the MeasureReady M91 FastHall measurement controller is said to deliver significantly higher levels of accuracy, speed and convenience compared with traditional Hall solutions. Combining all the necessary Hall measurement system functions into a single instrument, the M91 automatically executes measurement steps and provides better measurements faster, especially when working with low-mobility materials, it is claimed. Most commonly measured materials can be analyzed in a few seconds.

Its speed is mainly due to patented FastHall technology, which eliminates the need to reverse the magnetic field during measurement. This is particularly beneficial when using superconducting magnets, which are relatively slow at completing field reversals. Also, the M91 can be integrated easily with existing lab systems, it is claimed, and provides a cost-effective way for researchers to build a new Hall measurement system or upgrade an existing one.

During the APS meeting’s technical sessions, M91 measurement data is being presented by Lake Shore application scientists Dr David Daughton (6 March 9:48am, BCEC Room 152) and Dr Jeffrey Lindemuth (8 March 12:15pm, BCEC Room 108).

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