Cooling particle accelerators: What you need to know

When it comes to cooling particle accelerators, advanced liquid cooling systems don’t have to extend the design cycle or the budget, according to Laird. Greg Ducharme, Laird Particle accelerators, such as linear accelerator (LINAC) and cyclotron systems, increase the kinetic energy of particles for use in a variety of applications, ranging from scientific studies on particle

Laird touts liquid cooling systems for medical imaging equipment

Laird is touting its custom, self-contained liquid cooling systems (LCS) that provide precise temperature control in medical imaging equipment like CT scanners, PET scanners and MRI scanners. Liquid cooling systems provide a high coefficient of performance (COP) that ensures efficient, low power operation to maximize uptime and optimize the performance of medical imaging equipment, according to

Laird temperature microcontroller monitors and protects medical diagnostic equipment

Laird has developed the SR-54 Series programmable temperature controller that can be incorporated into a thermoelectric assembly (TEA) to add integrated, customizable and precise temperature control for medical diagnostic equipment. Temperature stability is vital in medical diagnostic equipment including ultrasound, MRI, PET, CT, and X-ray machines. Even small fluctuations in the operating temperature of these machines

Laird advances DNA replication process with new PCR Cycler

Global technology company Laird is lowering the barriers-to-entry and increasing service differentiation for both manufacturers and solution providers of medical equipment with the release of a new Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Cycler Evaluation Kit. Laird’s new evaluation kit enables faster and more reliable results for DNA replication processes. This allows medical equipment manufacturers and solutions providers