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Hitachi PI-98 Pressure Insensitive Aera MFC Mass Flow Controller - PI-980 Series

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  • Hitachi PI-98 Pressure Insensitive Aera MFC Mass Flow Controller - PI-980 Series
  • Hitachi PI-98 Pressure Insensitive Aera MFC Mass Flow Controller - PI-980 Series
  • Hitachi PI-98 Pressure Insensitive Aera MFC Mass Flow Controller - PI-980 Series
  • Hitachi PI-98 Pressure Insensitive Aera MFC Mass Flow Controller - PI-980 Series
$60.00
Was: $100.00

Description

Hitachi Metals PI-98 Pressure Insensitive Aera MFC Mass Flow Controller - PI-980 Series

  • PART: 0190-34212
  • BIN: multi-04
  • UFS: 100 SCCM
  • GAS: N2
  • SEMI GAS: 13
  • CN: 1000

From the manufacturer:

With industry-leading flow control technology, Aera PI-980 Series pressure insensitive MFCs (mass flow controllers) anticipate the increasing demands of next-generation semiconductor manufacturing processes, including etch, CVD, PVD, and diffusion.

This innovative technology platform provides faster response, greater gas-flow stability, higher accuracy, and superior real-time process control when compared to previous technologies. High-flow stability delivers greater chamber-to-chamber process repeatability for improved production yields.

The PI-980 MFC's design integrates traditional thermal flow architecture with a pressure and temperature sensor, and NeuralStep control technology. This creates a single, compact delivery package, eliminating the need for a number of costly gas panel components traditionally utilized. Multi-gas, multi-range functionality dramatically reduces supporting inventory requirements, further enhancing cost efficiency. In addition to integrated diagnostics, this next-generation MFC technology has been combined with our field-proven D980 series product platform design to increase system uptime and make troubleshooting quick and easy.

 

Condition: Used

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