Comdel Press Release - December 2, 2010
Comdel's New Arc Detect Fast Shutdown Minimizes Arc Damage
Massachusetts, December 2, 2010 - Comdel, Inc., leading supplier of RF and DC power supplies and process
instruments to the semiconductor and photovoltaic industries, offers a new Arc Detect Fast Shutdown option which
provides shutdown of the RF to minimize arc damage. It is an integrated system that works within the matching
network and power supply. Latching fast shutdown located in the power supply interfaces with the arc detect
circuit in the matching network. This system allows for automatic fast shutdown of the RF during an arc condition
to minimize damage on end user tooling and product, improving product yield while protecting process equipment. It
provides ultra fast shutdown in less than 1.5 microseconds. The Arc Detect Fast Shutdown option is available on
all Comdel CPMX matching networks and CX power supplies.
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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