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Temperature controller

Reference

80986-01

Patents status

The system has been successfully transferred to an industrial partner on a non exclusive licence

Inventors

Jean-Louis BRET
Christian MOUGET
Gilbert SIMIAND
Philippe GANDIT
Jean-Luc MOCELLIN
Alain BENOIT
Jean-Christian ANGLES D’AURIAC

commercial status

Non-exclusive licenses

Laboratory

Centre de Recherches sur les Très Basses Températures, a CNRS laboratory (UPR 5001) in Grenoble, France.

Description

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

This instrument is designed for low temperature thermometry and temperature control down to 10mK, using a variety of sensors: RTD, capacitors and diodes.
It can measure up to eight sensors simultaneously and up to 32 resistive sensors with scanners.
It comes in the form for a main enclosure connected to a PC-type computer on witch is made all command and displayed all data.
Powerful software insures temperature calculation, auto tune PID, temperature control and programming, curve charts, measurement storage and communication through Ethernet.

INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

This instrument is mainly used for cryogenic applications but it is interesting as an Ohmmeter when the excitation current through the resistor must be very low (from 20pA).

For further information, please contact us (Ref 80986-01)

 

 


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