Suss enters new markets

May 2, 2001 – Munich, Germany – Drawing on the company’s knowledge of MEMS equipment and probe systems, Karl Suss has added vacuum and cryogenic stations to its range of analytical probe systems. Called the PAV and PAC systems, these probers give the company entry into the market for testing infrared sensor arrays, superconductors and pressure or vacuum related MEMS including micro-mirrors (optical networking) across a temperature range of +150 degrees Celsius down to 4K, depending on the application, the company said.

Suss reported that the new systems are available in a variety of configurations, depending on the application to be performed by the customer. The first system, a semiautomatic prober capable of probing down to 70 K, was recently delivered to the North China Research Institute of Electro-Optics, Beijing, China.


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