Carbon Coater 108carbon/A
The Cressington 108carbon/A evaporation supply gives the conventional rod fed source unusual stability and reproducibility. Current and voltage are monitored by sensor wires in the head and the evaporation source is controlled as part of a feedback loop. Power consumption is low and the source shows exceptional re-starting characteristics. The evaporation source can be operated in "pulse" or "continuous" modes.

Carbon Coater 108carbon/A
Picture of coater 108carbon/A with MTM-10

carbon coater 108carbon/A;
thickness monitor MTM-10

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The Cressington 108carbon/A offers the choice of either manual or automatic evaporation.

In automatic mode the evaporation source operates at a programmed voltage for a programmed time. The programmer is simply adjusted and displays voltage and time digitally.

In manual mode the supply can be operated in "pulse" or "continuous" with the output voltage set using the rotary control.

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Pumping System

The modular desktop design combines carbon control unit, pumping system and thickness monitor into an area of approximately 42cm x 60cm (16" x 24"). The desktop pumping system is fully integrated using a quick-release metal coupling system. The compact high speed rotary pump is mounted on an anti-vibration table with a desktop base.

The pumping system can be easily extended into a dual pumping system to accommodate the Cressington Sputter Coater along side a Cressington Carbon Coater.

Thickness Monitors

The 108 carbon coater can be retrofitted with a high resolution thickness monitor for reproducible deposition.