LakeShore's new series of Hall Effect Measurement (HMS) systems combine a wide resistance range, high voltage capability, high magnetic field, and broad temperature range to provide the most capable electronic transport measurement systems available today.
With capabilities including:
- Hall coefficient
- Hall voltage
- I-V curves
- Carrier concentration and
The Lake Shore Hall systems can measure:
- most compound semiconductor materials including pHEMTS, SiGe, InAs, InGaAs, InP, AlGaAs, HgCdTe and ferrites;
- low resistance materials including metals, transparent oxides, dilute magnetic semiconductors and TMR materials;
- and high resistance materials including semi-insualting GaAs and GaN, CdTe and photodetectors
The new series of HMS systems feature hardware with electromagnet and supercondcuting magnet based platforms that can measure samples with resistances ranging from 10µΩ to 200GΩ, provide fields to 9 Tesla, temperatures from 2K to 800K, accommodate samples up to 6" in diameter, or measure up to 4 consecutive samples without a hardware change.