Cryogenic Temp Sensor Apps Survey

What You Told Lake Shore…

Cernox sensor in a bobbin package
Cernox sensor in a bobbin package

Westerville OH, USA?? –?? Late in 2013, Lake Shore Cryotronics conducted a survey of cryogenic sensor customers in order to assess how scientists and engineers are using sensors.

With enough time having elapsed since their survey was first announced, they???d now like to share some of the survey findings.

Based on customer responses, they found that sensor applications varied widely, from standard lab environment monitoring and control to more interesting uses, including for the purpose of:

  • Measuring temperatures for nuclear, accelerator, and fusion processes and experiments.
  • Detecting temperature onboard imaging satellites in order to reduce noise in the IR range.
  • Measuring temperature in helium refrigerators, which are increasingly important because they don???t consume liquid helium but recycle it for continuous operation.

Read the rest of these results on the Lake Shore website at: http://blog.lakeshore.com/2014/01/22/sensor-survey-what-you-told-us/

About Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc.

Supporting advanced scientific research, Lake Shore is a leading global innovator in measurement and control solutions. Leading researchers around the world trust Lake Shore for measurement and control solutions that drive the discovery and development of new materials for tomorrow???s technologies. In electronics, clean energy, nanotechnology, and many other applications, Lake Shore provides the products and systems temperature and magnetic field conditions.

Lake Shore Cryotronics Inc.
575 McCorkle Boulevard
Westerville OH 43082 USA

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