High sensitivity, low priced, energy saving probe for speedy data acquisition SuperCOOL Probe

  • Summary

NM150005E

The SuperCOOL probe, an ultra cool probe at liquid nitrogen temperature, is available at significantly lower price than the UltraCool probe at liquid helium temperature. The new cooling unit for the SuperCOOL probe requires no cooling water, eliminating the need for a separate water chiller. The probe also significantly enhances operating efficiency of the NMR system; lengthy measurements that used to take a few days can be completed in a few hours.

Features

  • Observable nuclei:13C, 15N, 29Si, 1H, 19F
  • Sensitivity: 3 times or more higher for 13C and 1H compared to JEOL room temperature probes of the same type
  • Variable temperature measurement from -40 to 150°C
  • Auto tuning supported (new auto tune probe)
  • FG (Field Gradient) coil integrated
  • Low temperature amp for all nuclei
  • 2 types (open-cycle and closed-cycle systems) available
  • Continuous operation for over 1 year without coolant consumption (closed-cycle)
  • "Probe lifter" for easy probe exchange

External view

New waterless cooling unit
 
400 MHz + SuperCOOL probe (13C) Sensitivity approximately 3 times higher
400 MHz + SuperCOOL probe (1H) Sensitivity approximately 3 times or more higher
*Compared to JEOL room temperature probes of the same type

The optional probe lifter allows you to replace the cooled SuperCOOL probe with another probe.



Differences between UltraCOOL and SuperCOOL probes
  • UltraCOOL probe
    Cools to liquid helium temperature using a circulating cooling unit (closed-cycle)
  • SuperCOOL probe
    Cools to liquid nitrogen temperature using a circulating cooling unit (closed-cycle)
    Cools to ultracold temperature using liquid nitrogen (open-cycle)

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