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  • Standard Measurement Capabilities in Base Unit
  • Physical characteristics
  • Standard Measurement Capabilities in Base Unit

Thermal conductivity measurement capabilities from

0.05 – 500 W m-1 K-1

Reproducibility

+/- 0.5%

Autofocus and autocollimation with 50 mm z-axis travel

Accuracy

+/- 0.5%

Full fiber optic integration

Streamlined and automated data analysis (software demo)

Repeatability

+/- 0.5%

10X objective (pump and probe spot sizes ~6.5 and 8 μm 1/e2 diameter)

Size

31” x 36” x 57” (W x D x H)

Compliance

SEMI S-2 and S-8

Weight

200 lbs (nominal, varies by options)

Optical safety

Class 3b or 1 laser products available

Automated x-y stages up to 300 mm enables batch testing

Temperature from RT up to 200 ºC

Dual objective switching for variable areal resolution

Class 1 laser safety enclosure

Objective bundle

Thin Film Thermal Conductivity and Its Implications for Electronic Devices
Thin Film Thermal Conductivity and Its Implications for Electronic Devices
Why Enhanced Thermal Resistance Measurement is Vital for Reducing Thermal Failure
Why Enhanced Thermal Resistance Measurement is Vital for Reducing Thermal Failure
Why Your Semiconductor Testing Process Must Employ Thermal Resistance Measurements
Why Your Semiconductor Testing Process Must Employ Thermal Resistance Measurements
What is Thermal Conductivity ?
What is Thermal Conductivity ?