Quantum Design Physical Property Measurement System PPMS Sample Dewar Patch Box
Quantum Design Physical Property Measurement System PPMS Sample Dewar Patch BoxQuantum Design Physical Property Measurement System PPMS Sample Dewar Patch BoxQuantum Design Physical Property Measurement System PPMS Sample Dewar Patch BoxQuantum Design Physical Property Measurement System PPMS Sample Dewar Patch BoxQuantum Design Physical Property Measurement System PPMS Sample Dewar Patch Box
$140.00
Clean and in excellent condition. This came from a working system but pumps and computer had been removed so it is being pieced out for those who need replacement components. 

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Manufacturer Description
The Quantum Design PPMS represents a unique concept in laboratory equipment: an open architecture, variable temperature-field system, designed to perform a variety of automated measurements. Available measurement options include all required hardware and electronics to immediately begin collecting publication-quality data, while the system is also easily adapted to custom user experiments. Sample environment controls include fields up to ±16 T and a temperature range of 1.9 - 400 K. The expandable design enables combining many features in one instrument to make the PPMS the most versatile system of its kind.

Features

  • Compatible with more than 20 Quantum Design Measurement Options that seamlessly integrate with the MultiVu software environment
  • Versatile sample mounts couple easily to the 12 electrical leads built into the cryostat insert for consistently reliable electrical acces
  • Software controls for the temperature and magnetic field readily enable the automation of complex data acquisition procedures
  • The included Model 6000, a sophisticated microprocessor-controlled device, eliminates the need to use or purchase external bridges, current sources, or voltage sources for basic system operation
  • Sample chamber has 2.6 cm diameter to accommodate custom probes
  • Interface with external 3rd party instruments, whether controlling these from within MultiVu or directing the PPMS from external software, such as NI LabVIEW