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Cryogenic Temperature Sensor from Lake Shore

Lake Shore Cryotronics Inc.
April 18, 2007

The Model RX-102B-CB ruthenium oxide (Rox) resistance cryogenic temperature sensor from Lake Shore Cryotronics Inc., Westerville, OH, is calibrated from 20 mK to 40 K and is monotonic from 10 mK to 300 K. The sensor's package design maximizes thermal connection and minimizes heat capacity at ultra low temperatures. Below 1 K, sensors are calibrated against PTB-traceable thermometer standards and nuclear orientation thermometry. Calibrations are accurate to ±2.0 mK at 20 mK, ±3.0 mK at 30 mK, ±4.0 mK at 40 mK, and ±5.0 mK from 50 mK to 1 K.


CompanyLake Shore Cryotronics Inc.
CountryUnited States (USA)

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