Our nitrogen cryostat, OptistatDN is ideal for experiments requiring 77 K base temperature, high sample throughput and for samples which are difficult to cool by conduction. Its small footprint is ideal in laboratory where space is limited. No external dewar or transfer tube are required.Nitrogen cryostat 77K, sample in exchange gas - OptistatDN

  • Wide temperature range: from 77 K to 500 K
  • Quick sample change in less than 5 minutes via top-loading sample probe
  • 15 hours cryogen hold time before refills required providing the convenience of a full working day operation
  • Superb optical access (f/1) for measurements requiring light collection
  • Optimised clear beam throughput (15 mm diameter aperture) allows a large illumination area for measurements involving the detection of low intensity light
  • Versatile: wide range of sample holders/rods including liquid cuvette for liquid samples and simple/precise height adjust/rotate sample rod
  • Electrical measurements via 10-pin electrical feed wire to heat exchanger
  • Compact size allowing easy integration into commercial spectrometers

 

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