The Nanosecond Pulse Generator (NSP) series by Eagle Harbor Technologies (EHT) is available in either low or high power variants to easily drive capacitive loads, like dielectric barrier discharges and other low-temperature plasmas.
In a very user-friendly format, the three key output parameters of short pulses can be independently and continuously controlled by the user, on the front panel or by fiber-optic trigger. The range of adjustments are:
Adjusting these values gives the user excellent pulse control with high precision timing.
All units operate at a fast rise time of 20 ns. Dielectric capacitive loads vary from 0 to 100 A current output.
EHT NSPs achieve fast output repetition rates of ultra short high voltage pulses with continuously variable output pulse lengths. High voltage isolation is integrated into the design. The units can be controlled via a fibre optic gate.
A clean square wave form is produced, although the exact pulse shape depends on the load. Further, different pulse waveforms can be achieved by adding a magnetic compression stage.
Please consider the options that are necessary or advisable for your aplication, and feel free to call or write us to discuss.
Low power models range in price from approximately US$30,000 to over US$40,000, and high power models start around US$80,000 and exceed US$175,000 at the highest specification.
Please contact us for a quote for your specification, as each enquiry is handled individually depending on circumstances.
The EHT BDP dual-channel pulse generator produces high-voltage square-pulses for electrode driving, grid biasing applications, and plasma sources. The two channels can be used together to produce bilevel waveforms or independently to drive two separate loads. These units are simple to operate, and allow the user to rapidly install a robust pulsed power system for plasma or biomedical applications.
See also the High-Voltage Bipolar Microsecond Pulser
The EHT Spartan is a high-power nanosecond pulser designed to bias electrodes, capacitive discharges, and grids often used in industrial applications such as semiconductor, accelerator, surface treatment, or water purification.
Spartan features adjustable waveforms by user controlled independent pulse repetition frequency, output voltage, and pulse width. This flexibility allows the user precision control over industrial processes. The Spartan system can be directly triggered by a fiber-optic triggers or with EHT's controller that can be configured with a variety of industrial protocols.
Water cooling allows high pulse repetition frequencies at high average power levels.
Spartan is designed to efficiently drive capacitive loads. The system has the following specifications:
Cooling requirement: Facility Water (or 7.5 kW and 200 kHz air cooled)
The EHT NSP range of nanosecond pulsers allows continuous and independent adjustment of voltage (kV), pulse repetition frequency (kHz), and pulse width PW (ns), apart from which it shares characteristics with fixed-value units from FID GmbH, particularly the FPG-N series, at a lower delivery lead time.
In the pulsed power category, Behlke Power Electronics GmbH make fast solid-state high voltage switches using MOSFET and IGBT technology.