Discover the M81-SSM Synchronous Source Measure System

The MeasureReady™ M81-SSM Synchronous Source Measure System from Lake Shore Cryotronics provides a confident and simple approach for advanced measurement applications. By integrating the convenience of DC and AC sourcing with DC and AC measurement, including a lock-in’s sensitivity and measurement capability, the system eliminates the complexity of several function-specific instrumentation setups.

The modular, ultra-low-noise simultaneous source and measure system enables connections to up to three remote source modules and up to three measure modules per single half-rack M81-SSM-6 instrument, making it easily adaptable for various electrical characterization applications.

Four distinct module versions can be utilized in numerous combinations. They include patent-pending MeasureSync real-time sampling technology and low noise-optimized linear circuitry, ensuring synchronous sourcing and measuring various signals across all channels.

Multiple devices can be classified similarly, providing users with consistent data. Users can also choose measurement bandwidths to prevent 1/f noise and other frequency bands where interfering noise is the highest in a test setting.

Discover the M81-SSM Synchronous Source Measure System

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The MeasureLINK application software from Lake Shore supports the system and provides simple temperature and field setup control and general electrical characterization measures. Enhanced versions are also available for custom applications.

Key Features

Discover the M81-SSM Synchronous Source Measure System

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The features of M81-SSM system are:

  • Flexible, user-configured modules to suit a specific measurement application.
  • The combination of AC instrumentation’s detection sensitivity and the absolute precision of DC.
  • A simple UI and a common programming API for quick setup.
  • Synchronous sourcing and measurement using a unique, real-time sampling architecture.
  • A variety of low-level measurements over several channels are made using synchronized DC, AC, and combined DC + AC sources and measurements at 100 kHz frequencies. 

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