The K1A is the new state of the art IJD Source. This new model design has been dramatically improved over the K1. CF40 mounting flange, direct gas feed, 90 deg target-source geometry make the K1A probably the most compact and advanced pulsed electron deposition solution on the market.
The K1A source is the new improved IJD solution, includes a compact IJD head at 90° orientation, an ESD unit and a 500W/25kV HV Power Control Module. Requires one CF40 and one CF63 ports in order to be installed or two CF63. Other configurations are available on request to match existing vacuum chamber sizes and geometries. The power and control unit includes a touch screen with user friendly interface. Acceleration voltage and repetition frequency are tunable.
For information about IJD technology and working principle see the TECHNOLOGY section.
Terminal electrode: stainless steel
Triggering: glow discharge
Mounting: DN40CF or CN63CF
Orientation: 90° source axis vs target axis
Port-aligner for head position fine tuning:
Gas supply: direct
Chamber operating pressure: 5×10-4 – 1.4×10-3 mbar (in O2)
Repetition rate: adjustable (*)
Nominal acceleration voltage: up to 25 kV
Working gas: O2, N2, Ar
ESD Energy storage and delivery unit
Is mounted on the vaacum chamber and connected internally to the source. Stores the energy that is delivered to the source during each discharge. Can be shared between multiple sources.
Stored Energy: up to 13J
PCM Power and Control Module
Includes the high voltage ESD charging and Source triggering electronics and the user and auxiliary interfaces.
Nominal output voltage: max 25 kV
Average charging rate: 500 J/s (higher on request)
Adjustable pulse frequency: 5 – 100 Hz (*)
Input power supply: 220 VAC 10A
User interface: 7” touch panel
External PC/PLC interface: optional on request
Rated AC power: 1 kW
Dimension: 6U rack mountable or bench top
* The maximum frequency actually reachable depends by system energy parameters: stored energy, acceleration voltage, HVDC power supply charging rate. For example: a 500J/s power supply can sustain max 35Hz repetition rate at 20kV and 8 J/pulse