Thin-Film Thickness Measurement and More.Thin Film Thickness Measurement Systems by Filmetrics
The Filmetrics F20 is used to measure the thickness and optical constants (n and k) of dielectric and semiconductor thin films. Measured films must be optically smooth and within the thickness range set by the system configuration requirements specified in Specifications. F20s are general-purpose film thickness measurement instruments, and are used in thousands of applications worldwide. Thickness and refractive index can be measured in less than a second. Like all of our thickness measurement instruments, the F20 connects to the USB port of your Windows® computer and sets up in minutes. More companies count on Filmetrics ® for affordable thin-film thickness measurements than on anyone else. Makers of cell phones, eyeglasses, liquid-crystal displays, and hundreds of other products appreciate that our devices are easy-to-use, cost less, and are backed with unmatched support.
Filmetrics f20.Ellipsometers and Spectral Reflectance: Thin Film Measurement Guide
The Filmetrics F20 is used to measure the thickness and optical constants (n and k) of dielectric and semiconductor thin films. Measured films must be optically smooth and within the thickness range set by the system configuration requirements specified in Specifications. The Filmetrics ® F50 family of products can map film thickness as quickly as two points per second. A motorized R-Theta stage accepts standard and custom chucks for samples up to mm in diameter. (This is the same high-lifetime stage that performs millions of measurements in our production systems!). Contact form for Film Thickness Measurement by Filmetrics. Please enter your questions and/or request literature below. Our average response time is less than 3 minutes (24 Hr, M-F).
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F20 Film Thickness Measurement System
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