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In Situ Sensors: RGA and QCM‘s for the best Vacuum Process …

INFICON, the technology leader for in situ vacuum process monitoring, offers a broad selection of RGA’s, thin film controllers, sensors, feedthroughs, and crystals for all your vacuum needs. INFICON, with more than 50 years’ experience in vacuum industry provides high-quality products and expert worldwide support helping you to control your profit by making excellence repeatable. See our …

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HYT Model 20BE in situ vacuum particle sensor

Model 20BE in situ vacuum particle sensor? micron sensitivity? Compact probe design. The Model 20BE vacuum particle sensor from the HYT product line is a high-performance sensor for monitoring particles in inert and high vacuum environments. By continuously monitoring the vacuum system, the laser-based sensor can reveal particle excursions earlier than sampling techniques. The sensor is …

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Current capabilities and limitations of in situ particle monitors …

04/06/1998· The cutoff imposed by particle transport limitations is clearly demarcated in the ISPM literature, which indicates good sensitivity of exhaust sensors to baseline particle levels in high pressure processes such as plasma‐enhanced chemical‐vapor deposition, sensitivity only to high‐particle excursions for processes around 100 mTorr, and insensitivity to particle levels in processes that …

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Particle Free Pump Down and Venting of UHV Vacuum Systems

using an in-situ vacuum particle counter has been performed. Based on these measurements a set-up using flow controllers, diffuser and pressure gauges has been developed to avoid introducing particles into the vacuum system as well as moving existing particles during pump down and venting. This set-up can be operated manually as well as via a control unit. The electronics unit is an in-house …

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Study on In-situ Capacitive Sensor for Monitoring Engine Lubricant …

the proposed cylindrical capacitive sensor for in-situ monitoring the debris in lubricant. 1 INTRODUCTION Aircraft engine, as a core component, is directly related to the performance of aircraft and the safety of crew [1]. The continuous online health monitoring of engine is an important way to ensure its stability and reliability in the service. Lubricant oil monitoring is a key to engine health …

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In-situ PAT Sensor Exposed Particle Surface Area

In-situ PAT Sensor Exposed Particle Surface Area 4 ... Sensor pressure range: Vacuum up to 16 bar Medium temperature: -40° to +165°C Optional extension regarding the application conditions for OEM customers possible Best price/ gain proportion Multivendor-capability, cost-efficient installa-tion by the customer! Logical structure of the analysis software. Process control: 365 Days / …

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Real-time, in-situ particle monitoring in a high current ion ...

02/02/1989· The sensor is carefully con- structed for vacuum compatibility, and has negligible effect on the RGA scan of a based out vacuum chamber at better than 10-8 Torr. This system is useful in applications where the aim is to measure a baseline count level and detect variations from this baseline as process or equipment conditions change. As will be seen in the applications below, this is the type …

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HYT PM-250E

The HYT controllers from Hach Ultra provide an intelligent interface between any HYT in situ vacuum particle monitor (ISPM) and your data acquisition system. Complete ISPM systems for vacuum process environments include the particle monitor, PM-250E controller and a computer with Particle Vision® software for data acquisition and statistical process control.

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Implementation of in-situ particle monitor to improve process …

25/08/1997· In situ particle monitoring will be serve as a very important tool to gauge the response. The following table highlight the main gain which could be counted towards the COO study of a ISPM for AMAT 8330. Factor MTBC Reduction in particle on PWP due to process improvement Yield Increase Gain 120% 40% 1 to 2 % The experience with MRC showed the need to develop a sensor which …

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In-line Particle Sensor™ (IPS™) | CyberOptics

Based on our WaferSense® Airborne Particle Sensor™ technology, IPS utilizes a high power blue laser to quickly monitor, identify and enable troubleshooting of particles down to µm within gas and vacuum line locations for process sensitive applications. Features; Mechanical Interface. ISO-63 flange (standard configuration) Highly accurate. Measures particles greater than μm Less than 5 false counts per …

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Particle behavior in vacuum systems: Implications for in-situ particle ...

These results point to a potential limitation in the methods employed by the semiconductor industry for in-situ particle monitoring in vacuum systems. A simple solution to this flaw is suggested. AB - The flow of aerosol in vacuum conditions representative of many semiconductor processes (100 sccm, 1 Torr). was investigated. The study was performed using aerosols with highly nonuniform spatial distributions. An …

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Development of In-Situ SUB-100nm Particle Detection in Vacuum …

A feasibility test for real-time fine particle measurements in vacuum semiconductor processing equipment has been conducted. The approach in monitoring particles in process equipment is an installation of a sensor at a critical location inside the process equipment (hence the term ‘in-situ’) to track free particle levels in real-time. Common method for particle detection in a process chamber …

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Real-time, in-situ particle monitoring in a high current ion ...

This work shows how end station particle levels can be made a real-time process control variable, using sensors that measure the local particle flux and particle size distribution. These sensors are passive and vacuum-compatible, and operate continuously. A typical installation is in the end station in very close proximity to the front of the spinning wheel that holds the wafers during processing. This provides …

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Particle System Technology Sensor

Pressure: vacuum: up to 6 / 16 bar Exposed Particle Surface Area Measurement Up to signals per sec. The factor of the signal form and profile-dependent signals is captured and evaluated by a high performance electronic system. Information on the surface finish and profile of the particle are necessary to identify the real size and the change of profile. All signal images will be saved in the Multi Capture …

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HYT Model 20BE in situ vacuum particle sensor

Model 20BE in situ vacuum particle sensor? micron sensitivity? Compact probe design. The Model 20BE vacuum particle sensor from the HYT product line is a high-performance sensor for monitoring particles in inert and high vacuum environments. By continuously monitoring the vacuum system, the laser-based sensor can reveal particle excursions earlier than sampling techniques. The …

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Method for using an in situ particle sensor for monitoring particle ...

Vacuum system 70 includes throttle body 25, which houses twin-blade throttle valve 26, and uses two distinct pumping ports. ... The in situ particle sensors permit characteristics of individual steps within a recipe to be analyzed. This is contrasted with the technique of examining the wafer surface after deposition for the presence of particles, which gives only a global indication of the result of the entire …

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Particle free pump down and venting of UHV vacuum systems

For particle measurements an in-situ vacuum particle counter equipped with KF-flanges was used. For these measurements metal seals have be used for all UHV connections including the particle counter. The in-vacuum counter could be installed at three different locations at both ends and in the middle of the vacuum tube as Proceedings of SRF2007, Peking Univ., Beijing, China WEP74 WEP: Poster Session …

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Particle Behavior in Vacuum Systems: Implications for In-Situ Particle ...

01/11/1996· The flow containing the aerosol beam was drawn through vacuum system components. The size of the beam was measured upstream and downstream of these components by collecting the aerosol on a filter and observing the deposition pattern. Very little mixing phenomenon was observed. These results point to a potential limitation in the methods employed by the semiconductor industry for …

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Hyt 20SXg/25SXg

Complete in situ particle monitoring (ISPM) systems include the sensor, an HYT controller, Machine Trigger™ capability which provides for synchronization of particle counts with the process cycle, and Particle Vision® software for data acquisition and analysis. The HYT 20SXG sensor is compact, allowing installation in restricted spaces, while the HYT 25SXG may be mounted directly within a chamber or …

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