Integrated cryogen free superconducting magnets 

Integrated cryogen free superconducting magnets for the new 2016 TritonOxford Instruments is the only company able to offer in-house design, manufacturing and support of both the dilution refrigerator and the superconducting magnet, giving you access to unique service and support capabilities of all aspects of the system. 

  • A wide range of standard Cryofree solenoid magnets from 0.3 T to 14 T (up to 18 T on the TritonXL platform), with magnet bore sizes ranging from 57 to 200 mm to suit bottom- or top-loading sample pucks or a wide range of other sample arrangements 
  • Multi-axis vector magnets, including our leading 6/1/1 T, 90 mm bore design 
  • Both split pairs and multi-axis vector magnets with optical access 
  • Active shielding options to reduce magnetic footprint, and cancellation coils to minimise eddy current heating in swept-field experiments 
  • Custom magnet solutions for high homogeneity, high persistence, or other application-specific requirements; please call us to discuss and learn about our extensive portfolio of custom magnet designs 
  • Current leads demountable with fasteners make it easy to remove the magnet 
  • Magnet Field Control software makes field setting easy, even with vector magnets in two or three dimensions (which are selectable in Cartesian, cylindrical, or spherical coordinates)

Mercury superconducting magnet power supplies 

Mercury superconducting magnet power supplies

The MercuryiPS is our industry-leading superconducting magnet power supply, offering a reliable, high precision and high stability solution for all superconducting magnets. These multi-configurable, expandable power supplies feature a 60 A master unit with touch screen control interface, combined with one or more 60 A slave units to provide higher currents and multiple outputs for 2 and 3 axis vector magnets. The MercuryiPS includes built-in functionality for persistent mode control, magnet temperature interlocks, quench protection and remote control via TCP/IP, USB, GPIB (with optional card) and serial ports.


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