The HMS-3000 Hall Measurement System is a complete system for measuring the resistivity, carrier concentration, and mobility of semiconductors.
The HMS-3000 includes software with I-V curve capability for checking the ohmic integrity of the user made sample contacts. The systems can be used to characterize various materials including semiconductors and compound semiconductors (N Type & P Type) such as Si, Ge, SiGe, SiC, GaAs, InGaAs, InP, GaN, ZnO, TCOs, metals, etc., at both 300K and 77K (room temperature and liquid nitrogen temperature).
Know-how and ingenuity gathered from HORIBA air-to-fuel ratio measurement technologies used worldwide, to provide the highest level of performance.
This portable emission analyzer adopts this performance and adds original design for enhanced visibility and operation. A new sensor coefficient data memory function makes it possible to restore back-up data, providing faster start-up times and saving valuable operation time.
(Model 12-12H) Twelve ton, manual, four-column hydraulic lab press with digital heated platens. Fully guided moving platen assures parallelism over 12" x 12" surface. Daylight opening adjustable to 10". Easy-to-read dual scale analog gauge, reading in pounds force and metric tons. Electrically heated platens for temperatures up to 650 deg F (343 C upon request) with one digital controller per platen.
•Clamping force 12 tons
•Adjustable Daylight 0" Ð 10" (Factory set at 4 1/2”)
Eaton’s Training Services newly redesigned Hydraulic Training System (HTS-2) hydraulic trainer is based on many years of instructional experience and our previous, highly acclaimed designs. This fluid power training simulator is designed to ensure that those involved with the study of hydraulics have the most cost effective, hands-on method of presenting a practical demonstration of the principles taught within the classroom. The HTS-2 unit has been designed, built and is exclusively available through Eaton’s Hydraulics Group Training Services department.
To bend metal, Press Brake machines normally use a wedge shaped upper die that force the metal down into the V shaped lower die to bend metal to conform with the tooling.
A Back Gauge can position the metal exactly where you want it, and the Ram Depth Control is used to stop the upper die at the correct depth down into the lower die to form the angle desired. Sophisticated tooling can be used to form several bends simultaneously. The size of machine required is normally determined by the thickness of the metal and width of the bottom V-die used.
Dreis & Krump offers hydraulic shears with cutting lengths of 5, 8, and 10 feet. The swing beam hydraulic shear with adjustable stroke stoke length and simple blade gap adjustment will make your shearing operation a snap.
HCHC blades, compact hydraulic unit and inch/single operating modes are standard equipment. Asquaring arm with inlaid scale, tee slot and flip stop make front gauging a snap. The power back gauge with LED readout and GO TO Positioning offers value at an affordable price.
Imager LX camera family is an advanced, high resolution, progressive scan, fully programmable CCD camera ideally for large flow field areas. The camera delivers up to 14 bit digital images and gives unsurpassed resolution from 8 million pixel to 29 million pixel combined with a short interframe time down to 0.3 µs. The camera is compact and is equipped with a modern Gigabit Ethernet interface for easy and fast data storing to the computer.
The Agilent 1290 Infinity II Diode Array Detector FS (fixed slit) is based on the Agilent Max-Light cartridge cell with optofluidic waveguides that improve light transmission to near 100% efficiency without sacrificing resolution caused by cell dispersions effects. With typical detector noise levels of < ± 0.6 µAU/cm the revolutionary 60 mm flow cell gives up to 10 times higher sensitivity than detectors with conventional flow cells.