If the displex is in the cage, then it has to be moved from there to the hutch.
Take the experimental table and put it under the displex frame. Using four 4x4 wooden blocks we could raise the displex frame by lifting the table. This way you can move the table with the displex on it to the hutch. Remember, however, that the compressor also needs to be pulled with the displex frame. And, if the water pipes are connected to the water supply and return on the wall of the hutch, they need to be disconnected first.
Next the Lakeshore temperature control unit and the vacuum meter have to be moved into the hutch, too.
Vacuum should go below 10 mTorr in a couple of minutes;
Temperature should go down to below 20 K(~ 13.5 K when stabilized) in less than an hour.
Push the setpoint bottom and change the temperature to the desired value using the up/down bottoms. Push enter when ready. This should get it going.
Turn off the black valve for pumping and turn on the nitrogen supply to the sample chamber; open the sample door and change the sample as quickly as possible to avoid temperature rising too much. Put the door back and turn on the valve again to start pumping.
Written by Shengke Wang