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Using CryoLab to measure Seebeck coefficients: Video from DEMCON kryoz explains

The Seebeck effect is the direct conversion of temperature differences to electric voltage and vice versa. A thermoelectric device creates voltage when there is a different temperature on each side. Conversely, when a voltage is applied to it, it creates a temperature difference.

By using the CryoLab from DEMCON kryoz, it is possible to measure the Seebeck coefficient of a material sample, wire or thin film from 373 Kelvin down to cryogenic temperatures. In this informative video, DEMCON kryoz demonstrate how such measurements are made using their equipment. For more information, please contact us.

 

 


December 2017 Newsletter Out Now

December 2017 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific December 2017 newsletter is now available: In this issue we examine the economic’s of laser trapping with Elliot Scientific Optical Tweezers, look at a hot performer from Neoptix – The NOMAD-Touch fibre-optic thermometer, see a video of how the DEMCON|kryoz CryoLab can measure Seebeck coefficients, and get the measure of the superior pitch adjuster screw sets from Kozak Micro

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September 2016 Newsletter Out Now

September 2016 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific September newsletter is now available. In this issue we introduce Fibercryst – the only manufacturer of short pulse lasers and amplifiers utilising the innovative Single Crystal Fibre technology, gain insight with the latest THz accessory for Probe Stations from Lake Shore Cryotronics, invite you to watch Seebeck measurements being conducted using a CryoLab from Kryoz, and inform you about the Elliot Scientific range of optics, waveplates, mirrors and filters.

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January 2016 Newsletter Out Now

January 2016 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific January newsletter is now available. In this issue we get smart with clever products for optical fibre inspection from EXFO and mobile retroreflectometry from RoadVista, plus a remote control app for the CryoLab from Kryoz Technologies. Gamma Scientific sharpens its GS-1290 spectroradiometer specifications and Elliot Scientific uploads all of last year’s newsletters and announces Photonics West dates and details.

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CryoLab: An elegant new solution for material characterisation measurements at low temperature

Introducing the CryoLab series from Kryoz Technologies – a fully integrated range of desktop cryocooler systems designed for rapid circuit or material characterisation measurements from ambient down to cryogenic temperatures in a fully automated manner. Doing measurements doesn’t require any experience or know-how on cryogenics, vacuum technology or thermodynamics from the user. CryoLab can be operated as a stand-alone or via the companion CryoVision software. All parameters can be seen at a glance, and switching between user-defined set-points and saved programs can be made. A smartphone app is also available.

Banner_CLSeebeckFeatures & Applications

  • Plug-and-play cooling platform
  • Fast, controlled temperature cycling
  • One system – various applications:
    • High Temperature Superconductors (HTS)
    • Thin Films
    • Thermoelectrics – The Seebeck Effect
    • Resistance & Hall coefficient measurements by the van der Pauw Method
    • Optical sensors
  • No cryogenic fluids involved
  • Turbopump option

For more information on these exciting new products from Kryoz Technologies, please contact us.


June 2015 Newsletter Out Now

June 2015 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific June 2015 Newsletter: In this issue we welcome Kryoz Technologies and their Cryolab – an elegant cryocooling materials research system for the desktop, look forward to Vescent Technologies‘ forthcoming Simline ICE controllers for the AMOP community, reveal the latest in gold and silver SERS substrates from Ato ID, refine cryogenic temperature measurements with Lake Shores’ upgraded Model 372, make a last call for the Laser World of Photonics in Munich, plus the International Year of Light and more…

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