All systems supply electrical feedthroughs for user connections into the sample space.
Simple low conduction cable harnesses are available with 2, 3, 4 or 5 pins. These generally have a straight section for thermal lagging and a coiled section for thermal heat dissipation. Options include:
|P/N||Wire Type||Length||One End||Other End||Use|
|4100-364-xx||Phosphor Bronze||xx Inches||2 pins on 2mm spacing||2 pins on 2mm spacing||Attocube open loop stages|
|4100-365-xx||Phosphor Bronze||xx Inches||5 pins on 2mm spacing||5 pins on 2mm spacing||External cable from Attocube harness to Montana Instruments external connector|
|4100-625-xx||Phosphor Bronze||xx Inches||5 pins on 2mm spacing||5 sockets on 2mm spacing||Attocube closed loop stages or CB12 or DIP16 electrical sample mounts|
|Phosphor Bronze||xx Inches||5 pins on 2mm spacing||5 pins on 1.6mm spacing||MO14 electrical sample mount|
|4100-1138||1GHz coax||4"||SMP||SMP||From semirigid coax to user device on piezos|
Below are examples of typical low frequency wiring harnesses, with a straight section to run under the thermal lagging location and a coiled section for thermal heat dissipation inside the radiation shield.
Flexible Circuit connectors
New 12 and 25 pin flexible circuit connector options provide superior thermal anchoring and keep the wiring clean and organized. These flexible circuits come standard on the Fusion, and are also used in various other options, such as the R2D12 electrical sample mount and platform heaters.