Measurement controllers

Thickness Monitors TM13 & TM14

Thickness Monitors TM13 & TM14

Technical data

Power supply 5V DC  
Current consumption max 500 mA  
  TM13 TM14
Thickness resolution 0.1 Å 0.01 Å
Rate resolution 0.1 Å/s 0.01 Å/s
Frequency resolution 0.1 Hz 0.01 Hz
Frequency stability 0.5 ppm 0.5 ppm
Number of measurements per second 4 0.5; 1; 2; 4; 10
(selectable)
Communication Interface RS232
Dimensions [mm] 80.0 x 50.0 x 27.0 mm (W x H x D)
Weight (approx.) 0.1 kg

The TM13 and TM14 devices comprise: quartz oscillator, frequency measuring system and communication interface.

It is connected to the input element of a quartz resonator. The measurement results are transmitted via RS232 to the master device: either a PC or TMC13 controller. Remote control via TMC13 controller or PC.

Features TM13

  • Frequency Resolution: 0.1 Hz
  • Number of measurements per second: 4 (fixed)
  • Maximum frequency of quartz oscillator: 6 MHz
  • Stability: 0.5 ppm

Features TM14

  • Frequency Resolution: 0.01 Hz
  • Number of measurements per second: 0.5, 1, 2, 4, 10 (selectable)
  • Maximum frequency of quartz oscillator: 6 MHz
  • Stability: 0.5 ppm

Options

  • Communication interface RS485 (specify at order)

Additional Information

Available software dedicated for precise rate measurements. Registers changes in the frequency of the quartz resonator in time (in the form of a graph). Allows the user to calculate the evaporation rate from the selected time interval. Suitable for e.g. MBE applications.

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