The room-temperature probe station is used to perform electrical measurements on devices at room tempera-ture; an ideal equipment for a multi-purpose analytical platform. It can be used to probe small or large geome-tries by fitting with either high- or low-powered optics.

It is also designed to support a broad range of precision probing applications including MCM’s, hybrids and wa-fers. It is also compatible with a magnetic and vacuum base micro-positioners.

In addition, it has purpose-built heating stage that allows measurement at temperatures up to 250°C with 0.1°C accuracy.

Signatone-1160 Room Temperature Probe Station
Signatone-1160 Room Temperature Probe Station

Signatone-1160 Room Temperature Probe Station help and support

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    Dr Peter Petrov, Department of Materials, Imperial College London

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