Comdel Press Release - April 30, 2009
Comdel Announces the VF3 Triple Synthesizer Module
Massachusetts, April 30, 2009 - Comdel’s
VF3 Triple Synthesizer Module provides phase adjustable frequency
locking to avoid destructive arcing and cross-talk in multiple cathode
plasma processing chambers.
The VF3 is designed with three channels
and may be programmed to any frequency between 2 and 60 MHz. Frequency
changes are simultaneous and phase continuous. The phase of the adjustable
channels can be offset from the phase of the fixed channel to within
0.1 degree resolution. The VF3 allows adjustment for cable length dependencies.
More channels and higher frequency synthesizer modules are available.
120VAC, 50/60 Hz
RF Voltage Output: 500mV RMS minimum, 650mV typical (into
Frequency Output: 2-60 MHz
Local Operation, RS232 Operation
3.5"H x 9.5"W x 12.5"D (8.9cm x 24cm x 31.8cm)
2.5 lbs. (1 kg)
About Comdel, Inc.
Comdel, headquartered in Gloucester, Massachusetts, designs, develops
and manufactures innovative, high quality RF and DC power systems for
leading companies in semiconductor, solar, metal heat-treating, dielectric
heating, medical lasers, and thin film markets. Its RF power systems
offer the market's best power and frequency range, and are backed by
an industry-leading research and development design department. To provide
customers with support when and where they need it, Comdel maintains
offices in the US, UK, Korea, Southeast Asia, and Japan. Comdel is ISO
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