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Dymaxion Enclosed Ion Source Gas Analyzer

DyMaxion Enclosed Ion Source Gas Analyzer

Using the latest quadrupole technology to provide unsurpassed gas analysis monitoring, characterization, and control, the Dymaxion Enclosed Ion Source gas analyzer delivers accuracy and reliability with high-pressure samples.

The ionizer design supports higher sensitivity and lower background noise, and allows operation with sample pressures as high as 10-3[KLG1]  Torr, with no need for further pressure reduction.

This means the Dymaxion can accommodate a wide range of sample inlet pressures. In addition, a lower pumping speed is required compared to a conductance limited source device, lowering the overall cost.

The Dymaxion Enclosed Ion Source model is ideal for applications in the photovoltaic market, and provides high-purity gas analysis solutions for the semiconductor industry.

EXTENSIVE SOFTWARE FEATURES
Powerful software support includes system integration capability with Visual Basic Scripting and automation for dynamic data exchange (DDE) and object linking and embedding (OLE). Scripting capabilities allow automation of equipment and process monitoring. A simulation mode facilitates user training and application development.

EASY TO USE
An intuitive keypad-and-display interface allows simple access to operating variables. Software-based auto-tune capabilities ensure high-quality, repeatable data, while spectral interpretation suggests the gas species that could be contributing to your spectra.

UPGRADEABLE
All Dymaxion analyzers can operate with our System 2000 software for real-time process control. On-board analog and digital I/O options provide monitoring and control of other sensor outputs.

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Features
  • Ideal for CVD and atmospheric pressure sampling
  • Lower cost than conductance limited source analyzers
  • Wide range of sample inlet pressures
  • No problems with hydrogen-containing gases