Linkam has been manufacturing world-leading temperature controlled microscopy products for over 25 years. At the 2009 Pittsburgh Conference in Chicago, the company will announce an exciting new temperature programmer and its new approach for users to upgrade their existing systems.
The new T95 range of temperature programmers have been designed to provide more capabilities, connectivity and resolution than previous generation controllers. The performance of existing Linkam products such as the definitive LTS350 and THMS600 hot stages is extended with broader heating/cooling rate ranges and higher heating temperature limits.
Improved sensor precision and resolution benefits the measurement and control of Linkam's advanced thermal techniques such as the TST350 tensile stage and optical DSC instruments.
The T95 programmer leads Linkam's new campaign of "trade-in to trade-up." All heating stage users, whether users of Linkam systems or not, have the opportunity to upgrade to a new Linkam system incorporating either of the new T95-linksys or T95-linkpad controllers. Linkam also commits to take away any old electronic components and either use them as spare parts or recycle them as part of the WEEE Directive.
Commenting on this announcement, Linkam's Director of Operations, Vince Kamp, said, "Linkam is committed to make all new developments as environmentally compatible as possible, whether this be to use low energy components or to play an active role in recycling, such as following the WEEE Directive which aims to both reduce the amount of electrical and electronic equipment being produced and to encourage everyone to reuse, recycle and recover it."
The Linkam T95 temperature controller will be shown for the first time at the 2009 Pittsburgh Conference on Booth #2105 with the McCrone Group.