This instrument is currently housed in the magnetic resonance lab (EP1301) in the Canadian Center for Behavioural Neuroscience (CCBN) and was originally purchased with funding obtained from the Alberta Network for Proteonomic Innovation (ANPI).
The University of Lethbridge Magnetic Resonance Facility has just received a $250,000 NSERC RTI award to purchase a complete HFXY console upgrade for the 500 MHz widebore spectrometer!
1) 5mm Sw-pfg two channel Broad Band probe
2) Single Channel Static Wide Bore Probe (5mm and 10mm coils, VT capable)
3) HXY 4mm probe (spinning speeds up to 18 kHz, VT capable, 52 uL rotors)
4) HX 7.5mm probe (spinning speeds up to 7kHz, VT capable, 450 uL rotors)
5) HFXY 2.0 mm probe (spinning speeds up to 35 kHz, 11 uL rotors)
6) HFXY 3.2mm probe (spinning speeds up to 25 kHz, VT capable, 22 uL rotors)
7) HFXY 4mm probe (spinning speeds up to 18 kHz, VT capable, 52 uL rotors)
8) HFXY 6.0mm probe (spinning speeds up to 9kHz, VT capable, 240 uL rotors)
9) A XYZ gradient insert equipped with both a proton and phosphorous coil for multi-purpose imaging (gradient insert not shown)
Note: VT range of -150 to +250 degrees celcius for most VT probes