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INTRODUCTION

ATTODRY

 

attoDRY1000
 

FAQ
 

attoDRY1100
 

attoDRY2000
 

attoDRY2100
 

attoDRY5000
 

attoDRY700
 

attoDRY500
 

attoDRY500-SPM

ATTOLIQUID

 

attoLIQUID1000
 

attoLIQUID2000
 

attoLIQUID3000
 

attoLIQUID5000

ACCESSORIES

 

atto3DR

OPTIONS

 

 


THE CRYOGENIC PRODUCT LINE OPTIMIZED FOR LOW VIBRATIONS

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Experience the new low vibration cryostats designed for cutting edge research in the fields of nanotechnology, semiconductor research, and scanning probe microscopy. attocube systems presents its product line of cryogenic equipment which is particularly optimized for low vibrations and consequently highly suitable for a variety of scanning probe microscopy applications. Perform your experiments time-efficiently, resulting in your company‘s future nanoscale products, or set benchmarks in your field of research. Get maximum mechanical stability with a liquid helium attoLIQUID or cut operational costs by choosing one of our cryogen-free, attoDRY systems.

attoDRY Product Line attoLIQUID Product Line

With these novel ultra-modular and flexible systems, a variety of scanning probe microscopy (SPM) applications can be adressed. In addition, a probe station with up to four probes can be implemented, operating at temperatures as low as 300 mK. All these tasks are covered by one single system. This enormous number of applications is realized by a modular basic system in combination with flexible, high-end control electronics, designed to support your individual research task. A variety of microscopy inserts is available for this system, all tailored to your individual application. These inserts can easily be adapted to suit any of your future needs. For details on the different microscopy and probe station inserts, please refer to the ‘nanoSCOPY‘ section.

NEW!

The new double rotation module provides access to the full magnetic field (e.g. 9 T) in all directions relative to the sample surface (..more info)



Confocal Microscopy

Spectral lines of one
single quantum dot.


Atomic Force
Microscopy

Uncapped, stacked InAs
quantum dots in GaAs.


Magnetic Force
Microscopy


MFM measurements
on a BaFeO sample.


Scanning Near-Field
Optical Microscopy


SNOM images of Vanadium
rhomb structures in re-
flection mode (4 K, 8 T).

Scanning Tunneling
Microscopy


Atomic resolution image
of an HOPG surface
recorded at 300 mK.


Cryogenic
Probe Station


CCD image of an HF
probe touching the
contact pads.