CryoComplete™ from Lake Shore Cryotronics

Everything you need to make temperature‑dependent, low-level electrical measurements from 77 K to 500 K


With CryoComplete™, you can start making cryogenic electrical measurements as soon as it lands in your lab. From the simple‑to‑use, pour‑fill LN2 Dewar to the prewritten I-V (resistance) measurement routines, CryoComplete produces results right out of the box.

While easy to use, the system’s performance doesn’t disappoint. Its industry-leading measurement electronics promote low-level DC measurements and three full channels of lock-in AC capability—the keys to unlocking difficult measurements. Best of all, our cryogenic experts have designed CryoComplete from top to bottom, using cryogenic best practices, to deliver end-to-end system specifications.

PC with MeasureLINK™

A PC with MeasureLINK provides the user interface to control your cryogenic system. MeasureLINK enables a wide range of capabilities, including data charting, instrument control, and system monitoring with a cryostat-specific process view.

LN2 cryostat

The Environment by Janis VPF-100 sample in vacuum cryostat provides a variable‑temperature sample environment from 77 K to 500 K. The pour‑fill design allows quick and easy LN2 refills.

Source + measure + lock-in​

Run ultra-low-noise AC/DC measurements with the MeasureReady® M81-SSM synchronous source and measure system. In addition to the M81-SSM-4 instrument, it includes a BCS-10 balanced current source module and a VM-10 DC/AC/lock-in voltmeter module with a combined noise performance (differential) of 4.1 nV/√Hz

Temperature control​​

Control temperature within 50 mK with a Lake Shore Model 335 temperature controller, a Lake Shore precision-calibrated silicon diode, and a pre-wired heater. Advanced PID autotuning, pre‑programmed sensor calibration, and default cryostat tuning enable fast setup and operation.



To discuss the benefits that CryoComplete can bring to your lab,

please get in touch with our Technical Director, Dr. Shayz Ikram

by email or call (01372) 378822 today.

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