table-top displacement sensing
The FPS3010 is an ultra-precise interferometric displacement measurement and analysis system, equipped with three fiber-based sensor heads. It combines attocube’s superior interferometer technology with advanced software automation facilitating the interpretation of complex measurement data. Real-time serial-word and incremental interfaces allow the connection to other electronics and host controllers.
→ The official and recommended successor model of this product is the IDS3010.
automated top-loading cryostat with superconducting magnet
The toploading attoDRY1100 is a closed-cycle low temperature measurement platform with a fully automated gas handling system and touchscreen control. It was specifically designed to provide an ultra-low vibration measurement platform for cryogenic confocal & scanning probe experiments without the need for liquid helium.
Manufacturing ended on 10th of May, 2019. According to our terms & conditions, our products are supported up to 5 years after their delivery. For more information contact email@example.com
→ The official and recommended successor model of this product is the attoDRY2100.
fiber-based confocal microscope in reflection mode
attoCFM II is a fiber-based confocal microscope for use at low temperatures and in high magnetic fields in reflection mode. Based on a single-mode fiber and a fiber-based objective, it is designed for extended measurement periods of several weeks. Its application range is however limited by the wavelength range of single-mode fibers.
→ The official and recommended alternative for this product is attoCFM I.
fiber-based confocal microscope for transmission and reflection
attoCFM III is a confocal microscope with two fiber-based objectives for use at low temperatures and in high magnetic fields in transmission and reflection mode, each with its own detector. The two fiber-based objectives are independent, hence can feature single-mode fibers of different wavelengths. High stability of attoCFM III makes it suitable for spectroscopic measurements over extended periods of time.
→ The official and recommended alternative for this product is attoCFM IV.
scanning Hall probe microscope
attoSHPM is a compact scanning Hall probe microscope designed for operation at low temperatures and high magnetic fields. It enables non-invasive measurements of local magnetic stray fields with lateral resolution of down to 250 nm. attoSHPM features coarse positioning of the sample over macroscopic distances with step size in the range of tens of nm, and an ultra-large scan range of up to 125 μm at 4 K.
quantitative microscale magnetic imaging
sSQUID is a microscope for quantitative measurements of weak local magnetic fields on the microscale. The probe is a SQUID scanned several hundreds of nm above the sample surface, and features ultra-high sensitivity of down to nT range. sSQUID can enable large temperature gradient of up to 100 K between the probe and the sample. Application range of sSQUID is limited by lateral resolution of > 1 µm, as well as by the lack of commercially available SQUID sensors.
multi-functional piezo controller for driving attocube's closed loop positioners
The ANC350 is a multi-functional piezo controller which meets the highly demanding dynamic performance and accuracy requirements of multi-axis nanopositioning setups. Dedicated controller models for driving either positioners with resistive encoders (ANC350/RES) or positioners with optoelectronic encoders (ANC350/NUM) are available in a three-axes version. Open loop positioners can be controlled in closed loop mode in combination with the ANC350/FPS and attocube’s FPS1010, FPS3010, FPS3010-19" setups.
Manufacturing of the ANC350/NUM and ANC350/FPS ended on 1st of April, 2019. Manufacturing of the ANC350/RES ended on 1st of April, 2021. According to our terms & conditions, our products are supported up to 5 years after their delivery. For more information contact
→ The official and recommended alternative for this product is the AMC300.
cryogenic electrical probe station for in-situ multi-device testing
attocube’s cryogenic probe stations are based on up to 4 electrical (or fiber) probes each mounted on independent sets of xyz nanopositioners, which allows for flexible in-situ multi-device testing at cryogenic temperatures and in high magnetic fields.
Manufacturing ended on 1st of January, 2017. According to our terms & conditions, our products are supported up to 5 years after their delivery. For more information contact