Fixation to Optical Table
option for attoDRY1000
Add-on for free-beam experiments: Some optical setups (e.g. many time-resolved experiments) include a number of complex optical components mounted on an optical table, before the free-beam is sent onto the cold sample.
For such configurations, attocube offers an optional anchoring of the attoDRY1000 to the optical table. It defines a fixed reference position between the external optics and the sample inside the cryostat. For seamless interfacing of complex free-beam based optical setups with the cryogenic sample environment and high magnetic fields. The distance between the vertical axis of the inner vacuum tube in the cryostat and the optical table is adjustable.
- defines a refrence position between external optics & sample inside the cryostat
- seamless interfacing of complex free-beam based optical setups with cryogenic sample environment and high magnetic fields
- distance between vertical axis of the inner vacuum tube inside of cryostat and the optical table is adjustable
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Prof. David Gershoni
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel
The attoDRY cryostat has been the workhorse of our quantum optics research group over the last 5 years, running almost 24/7. The most convenient feature of the system is the stable coupling between the cryostat insert and our optical table. This feature, which was custom made for us, enables the combination of an elaborate free-beam optical setup with the convenience of an extremely stable, toploading cryostat. The cryostat stability is excellent, and sample turnaround times are kept minimal due to the cryostat design, in which the studied sample is cooled by exchange gas.