Comdel Press Release - June 15, 2009
Comdel Brings Multi Channel Phase Adjustment to RF Applications
Massachusetts, June 15, 2009 - - Comdel, Inc., leading supplier of RF and DC power supplies and process
instruments to the semiconductor and photovoltaic industries, announces the
VF Series Multi Channel Synthesizer Modules, the newest addition to their extensive product line for plasma
VF Series Multi Channel Synthesizers provide phase adjustable output to avoid destructive arcing and
cross-talk in multiple cathode plasma processing chambers. Its flexible design eliminates time delays, providing
the phase you want delivered consistently to the load every time, even with high frequency applications.
VF Series can accommodate up to sixteen channels and may be programmed to any frequency between 2 and 60 MHz.
Frequency changes are simultaneous and phase continuous. The phase of each channel can be adjusted to an accuracy
greater than 0.1 degree resolution. The VF Series allows adjustment for cable length dependencies. Higher and
lower frequency synthesizer modules are available. The VF series is designed to meet the performance demand in
RF-driven plasma systems for solar thin film photovoltaics and semiconductor processing.
About Comdel, Inc.
Comdel, headquartered in Gloucester, Massachusetts, designs,
develops and manufactures innovative, high quality RF and DC power systems for leading companies in semiconductor,
solar, metal heat-treating, dielectric heating, medical lasers, and thin film markets. Its RF power systems offer
the market's best power and frequency range, and are backed by an industry-leading research and development design
department. To provide customers with support when and where they need it, Comdel maintains offices in the US, UK,
Korea, Southeast Asia, and Japan. Comdel is ISO 9001:2000 certified.
For further information contact:
1 Kondelin Road
Gloucester, MA 01930
Phone: 978-282-0620 or
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