Designed from the ground up for automated measurement of critical current, Ic, in HTS superconducting tapes as a function of magnetic field, field angle and temperature.
Technology (patent pending) developed in conjunction with the Robinson Institute of the Victoria University of Wellington, as described in the publication:
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 2014 85(11):113907, “A 1 kA-class cryogen-free critical current characterization system for superconducting coated conductors”, Strickland NM, Hoffmann C, Wimbush SC.
The SuperCurrent measurement system is the tool utilized for the Robinson Institute HTS wire database, available here.