Peltier cooling

for radiation defect characterization

Peltier cooling

Low temperature conditions are used for radiation defect characterization. The system is capable of providing stable sample temperatures from -40 °C to -50 °C, while an automated change for high temperature conditions is achieved within seconds, which allows heating up to 710 °C.

  • Min temperature: about -50 °C

  • recommended min temp: -40 °C

  • -40 °C can be kept stable > 60 minutes

  • cooling can be combined with irradiation, OSL, TL, RF, Solar simulation

Note: Peltier cooling unit requires vacuum pump and Nitrogen atmosphere