It has a conventional probe, i.e. the low-band coli is the inner one, which provides better sensitivity for nuclei in the low-band. It used to be the instrument of choice for heteronuclear NMR, but now it is a good instrument for taking C13 1D spectra. For other nuclei you may prefer the b600 or b400, which have auto-tuning probes.
This is the instrument of choice for running variable temperature experiments with observation of low-band nuclei, and within the -100 to 150 °C range. Above -60 °C you can use the FTS cooler, bellow that you’ll have to use the liquid nitrogen bucket.
This instrument is suited for 2D experiments with gradients and indirect detection, and for 1D experiments with selective excitation of H1 or F19, but if the amount of sample is an issue, you may prefer the i3c, which has an indirect detection probe.