All of the following crystal sensors are compatible with all INFICON quartz crystal controllers, except where noted. One or more of these sensors should be purchased with each controller. Each sensor comes completely assembled and includes integral water tubes, in-vacuum coaxial cable (Front Load) or in-vacuum conduit (Cool Drawer), water tube bending tool, crystal snatcher (Front Load), and operating instructions. All air and water tubes (except the bakeable sensor) are 1/8 inch (0.32cm) O.D. All shuttered sensors require the 750-420-G1 pneumatic control valve. Xtal 2 Switch is designed for use only with the XTC/3 and Cygnus Thin Film Deposition Controllers. Limited use with other controllers is possible call KJLC or email: email@example.com with any technical questions.
- Orders for sensors welded to feedthroughs cannot be entered without signed-off dimensional drawing (KJLC to provide). Once special length or manufactured order is confirmed, it can not be canceled.
- Sensor lengths are measured from center of the crystal to the vacuum side (sealing surface) of the feedthrough.
- For sensors ordered without a weld connection (option "0" or "8"), tubes are made to a length of 29.75" (756mm) for "E" length and Cool Drawer sensors and 44.75" (1137mm) for "G" length sensors.
|Sensor Type||Applications & Description||Product Page|
|Front Load Single Sensor||Thermal evaporations & RF/DC magnetron sputtering||more info|
|Front Load Dual Sensor||Two independent crystals in one sensor with integral shutter |
Requires two active sensors circuits
|Front Load Sputtering Sensors||RF or DC diode sputtering or thermal depositions||more info|
|Front Load Bakeable Sensors||Thermal evaporations in UHV chambers, bakeable to 450°C |
Includes 2 3/4" CF feedthrough
|CrystalTwelve Sensors||12 crystals contained in one sensor |
Provides continuity for long processes by automatically rotating to a back up crystal should a crystal failure occur
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, including pricing and options, and to discuss your specific process application requirements.