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Electron Sources for Research and Industrial Applications

Affordable E-Beam
Cooke Vacuum Products
This is our most popular mid-size system, since the III-V and photonic device community operates at smaller wafer and batch sizes than current Si development demands, making a clean pumped, manual-loading simple system exceptionally suitable for both R&D and production. Chambers 18-22\" diameter x 24-30 high usual, larger on ...

Specifications

Energy Range: 0-0eV
Max Beam Current: - uA
Min Beam Size: - um
Data Sheet
The Kimball Physics EGA-1012 Electron Gun, with its matching EGPS-1012 Power Supply, is intended for use in a variety of UHV, surface physics, and processing applications where high beam currents are needed at low energy. It is a complete subsystem ready to attach and turn on. Beam energy, beam current and beam divergence are all ...

Specifications

Energy Range: 5-1000eV
Max Beam Current: 0.002 uA
Min Beam Size: 10000 um
Data Sheet
The Kimball Physics FRA-2X1-2 Electron Gun, with its matching EGPS-1011 Power Supply, is intended for use in a variety of UHV, surface physics, charge neutralization, and processing applications. It is a complete subsystem ready to attach to the user’s vacuum system and turn on. Both beam energy and beam current are adjustable over ...

Specifications

Energy Range: 5-1000eV
Max Beam Current: 0.4 uA
Min Beam Size: 2000 um
Data Sheet
The Kimball Physics ELG-2 Electron Gun, with its matching EGPS-1022 Power Supply, is intended for use in electron stimulated desorption studies, secondary electron emission coefficient measurement studies, surface physics and other vacuum physics studies. It is a complete subsystem ready to attach and turn on. Beam energy, beam ...

Specifications

Energy Range: 1-2000eV
Max Beam Current: 0.01 uA
Min Beam Size: 500 um
Data Sheet
EH-20-10 Electron Source
Staib Instruments Inc
This electron source delivers a high power density beam into a small spot, for applications including evaporation, X-ray generation, thermal shocks, annealing, and detector testing.

Specifications

Energy Range: 1000-20000eV
Max Beam Current: 500 uA
Min Beam Size: 150 um
Data Sheet
EH-20-20
Staib Instruments Inc
This electron source delivers a high power density beam into a small spot, for applications including evaporation, X-ray generation, thermal shocks, annealing, and detector testing.

Specifications

Energy Range: 1000-20000eV
Max Beam Current: 1000 uA
Min Beam Size: 150 um
Data Sheet
NEK-150-SC Electron Source
Staib Instruments Inc
This electron source provides a high beam current at low beam energies as needed for dissociation, ionization, excitation, and charge neutralization. This model has scanning capability. 

Specifications

Energy Range: 1-100eV
Max Beam Current: 100 uA
Min Beam Size: 2000 um
Data Sheet
RHEED-15
Staib Instruments Inc
RHEED guns from STAIB Instruments provide unique electron optics systems for diffraction studies. Important options include differential pumping (DP) for use in high pressures and beam rocking to expand the sample positions that can be monitored. Short (S) or super short (SS) housings can be selected for confined ...

Specifications

Energy Range: 500-15000eV
Max Beam Current: 30 uA
Min Beam Size: 100 um
Data Sheet
RHEED-12
Staib Instruments Inc
RHEED guns from STAIB Instruments provide unique electron optics systems for diffraction studies. RHEED-12 features full electrostatic electron optics and electrostatic beam deflection. The source is µ metal shielded.   

Specifications

Energy Range: 500-12000eV
Max Beam Current: 30 uA
Min Beam Size: 100 um
Data Sheet
EF-1201 Electron Gun Column
Staib Instruments Inc
This electron gun column is designed to generate a very small spot in the nm range. It is also available as part of a complete scanning electron imaging package (SEM-package).

Specifications

Energy Range: 200-12eV
Max Beam Current: 2 uA
Min Beam Size: 0.15 um
Data Sheet
EF-1202 Electron Gun Column
Staib Instruments Inc
This electron gun column is designed to generate a very small spot in the nm range. It is also available as part of a complete scanning electron imaging package (SEM-package).

Specifications

Energy Range: 200-12000eV
Max Beam Current: 2 uA
Min Beam Size: 0.25 um
Data Sheet
EF-15005 Electron Gun Column
Staib Instruments Inc
This electron gun column is designed to generate a very small spot in the nm range. It is also available as part of a complete scanning electron imaging package (SEM-package).

Specifications

Energy Range: 200-15000eV
Max Beam Current: 1 uA
Min Beam Size: 0.85 um
Data Sheet

Frequently Asked Questions

Electron sources are used in a wide range of applications, from scientific research and medical imaging to industrial processing and materials analysis. They are used to generate and manipulate beams of electrons, which can be used to observe, analyze, or modify various materials and structures.

There are several types of electron sources, including cathode ray tubes, thermionic electron sources, field electron emitters, and photoemission sources. Each type has its own unique properties and advantages, depending on the specific application.

When choosing an electron source, you should consider factors such as the source's energy range, beam current, stability, and compatibility with your experimental setup. You should also consider the source's lifetime, maintenance requirements, and cost.

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Welcome to FindLight's Electron Sources category page, where you can discover a wide range of electron sources for your research and industrial needs. Whether you are looking for cathode ray tubes, thermionic electron sources, field electron emitters, or other types of electron sources, you'll find them all here from the best suppliers in the photonics industry.

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Did You know?

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