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More frequencies, sensor calibration curve interpolation added to AC resistance bridge/controller.

Thermo Scientific TGA-IR module enhances materials characterization for users of Thermo Scientific FT-IR spectrometers.

The new Lake Shore Model 372 AC resistance bridge and temperature controller makes it easy to perform multiple tasks at very low temperatures.

New LEAP® 5000 delivers 3D Sub-Nanometer analytical performance across a wide variety of metals, semiconductors and insulators.

New Solstice Ace delivers industry-leading >6 mJ energy, >7 W power with ultrashort <35 fs pulses.

Sonoscan has announced its AW322 200™ fully automated system for ultrasonic inspection of MEMS wafers.

The stream-lined, fit-for-purpose design makes this small detector ideal for table-top SEMs.

Park Systems Collaborates with Semiconductor’s Leading Hard Disc Drive Manufacturers to Develop its next generation NX-PTR.

HORIBA Scientific, is pleased to announce the release of three new scientific imaging cameras, e.g., EFiS, AToR and iRiS.

Patented DFT technology offered in RF plasma generators: MKS introduces Dynamic Frequency Tuning.

Lake Shore’s new 8500 Series THz system is a fully integrated hardware/software platform.

The new Model 8407 Hall effect measurement system from Lake Shore Cryotronics.

Park Systems introduces automatic defect review for semiconductor wafers - an astounding 1,000% throughput increase.

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