The application of four different types of SQUID-assisted thermometers for cryogenic thermal detectors of weakly interacting particles is analyzed with two of them for the first time. The classic resistive thermometer is considered as well for the comparison. Original results of testing the detector with working temperature of 1K and thermocouple thermometer with SQUID are given. The conclusion is made that temperature resolution of 10(exp -10) kHz(sup -1/2) or energy sensitivity of 1-10 eV per 1 kg of detector mass can be achieved when using the SQUID-assisted thermometers.
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- Magnetic Measurement;
- Particle Interactions;
- Temperature Measurement;
- Bubble Chambers;
- Instrumentation and Photography