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Octiv Mono 2.0

OCTIV Mono 2.0 is a through-line RF Power meter, directional power sensor and impedance analyser. It measures a single fundamental frequency and it has a NIST traceable full scale accuracy of 1%. Its is a non-intrusive, in-line sensor used to verify RF power output from RF generators, match unit impedance range and efficiency and for general purpose power meter measurements. It can be used as a stand-alone instrument with our state of-the-art software suite or integrated directly with any software platform using one of our advanced communication protocols. There is a solution for every RF application including CW, pulsed and frequency tuning.

Key Features
Auto-switching between CW and Pulsed RF monitoring in time average mode (TAM).
Reports pulse frequency and duty cycle with sub-microsecond precision in TAM.
Integrates over pulse profile for accurate average power and impedance measurement.
Time-resolved mode with 1 microsecond resolution for detailed pulse waveform analysis.
Pulse-trend mode to monitor a number of points within the pulse profile, with 1 microsecond gate times.
RF Frequency tracking band of ±10% around the fundamental frequency.
USB, Ethernet, EtherCAT and Serial communication protocols with easy to use APIs for Integration
Key Benefits
Five fundamental frequencies on a single sensor, saving cost.
Thin profile model (24 mm) available for match unit integration.
Achieve in-line accuracy specifications comparable to expensive offline vector network analysers for precise match unit or plasma chamber characterisation.
Data report rates of up to 500 Samples/second as standard (USB).
With the advanced pulse features, real-time in-pulse matching is now achievable.
Advanced harmonic rejection ensures accurate power measurement at the selected frequency only.
Calibrated up to 80°C to compensate for temperature variation.
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Compatible with all QC connectors. Capable of being changed in the field, allowing the unit to be moved between chambers with different connectors if desired.

 

Power and Current limits are Frequency dependant. Values given below assume the sensor is connected into a 50 Ohm load at 13.56 MHz. Voltage Limit is the peak-peak voltage while the Current limit is the RMS current. Rating is not dependant upon the connector chosen.

Model Number Power Limit Voltage/Current

02-0231-02

9 kW

8.5 kVpk-pk / 13 ARMS

This Octiv model is designed for post-match use – it can accept customer-made adaptors to the RF bus bars typically used on the output of match boxes.

 

Power and Current limits are Frequency dependant. Values given below assume the sensor is connected into a 50 Ohm load at 13.56 MHz. Voltage Limit is the peak-peak voltage while the Current limit is the RMS current. Rating is not dependant upon the connector chosen.

Model Number Power Limit Voltage/Current Limit

02-0311-01

12 kW

8.5 kVpk-pk / 80 ARMS

Designed to be compatible with one of the standard match box output connectors, enabling the Octiv to take measurements between the match and the plasma.

 

Power and Current limits are Frequency dependant. Values given below assume the sensor is connected into a 50 Ohm load at 13.56 MHz. Voltage Limit is the peak-peak voltage while the Current limit is the RMS current. Rating is not dependant upon the connector chosen.

Model Number Power Limit Voltage/Current Limit

02-0316-01

20 kW

19.8 kVpk-pk / 120 ARMS

02-0313-01

20 kW

22.6 kVpk-pk / 120 ARMS

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Specialised models designed for High Power applications.

 

Power and Current limits are Frequency dependant. Values given below assume the sensor is connected into a 50 Ohm load at 13.56 MHz. Voltage Limit is the peak-peak voltage while the Current limit is the RMS current. Rating is not dependant upon the connector chosen.

Model Number Power Limit Voltage/Current Limit

02-0318-01

30 kW

19.8 kVpk-pk / 120 ARMS

02-0320-01

90 kW

33.9 kVpk-pk / 500 ARMS

Power, Voltage & Current Specifications
Power Dynamic Range
> 40 dB
Power Range
See model specifications
Power Resolution
0.25 W
Power Accuracy (95% confidence)
±1%
Voltage Dynamnic Range
80 dB
Voltage Range (Typical)
0.3 VRMS to 3000 VRMS, custom available
Voltage Resolution
0.1 VRMS
Voltage Accuracy (95% confidence)
±1%
Current Dynamic Range
80 dB
Current Range
2.5 mARMS to 20 ARMS, custom available
Current Resolution
2.5 mARMS
Current Accuracy (95% confidence)
±1%
General Specifications
Calibration Standard
NIST traceable [Power, Impedance]
Calibration Cycle
1 year to maintain quoted accuracy
Sensor Characteristic Impedance
50 Ohms as standard
RF Connectors
QC, EIA and custom options
RF Power Range @ 50 Ohms impedance
Standard: 12 kW typical (connector dependent)
High Power: 30 kW & 90 kW
Operating Temperature Range
10oC - 80oC, calibrated versus temperature
Sensor Power Requirements
15-24 V DC, 0.5 A
Communication Interfaces
Micro USB, RJ45 (x2)
Connectivity (Impedans Software)
USB 2.0, Ethernet
Communication Protocols (Standard)
USB 2.0, HTTP Web Service
Communication Protocols (OEM Options)
EtherCAT, EtherNet/IP, Serial, RS232
Parameter Report Rate (Standard)
USB: 2 ms
Ethernet: 100 ms
Sensor Pulse Synchronisation
External sync: TTL input
Internal sync: Software level trigger

Software Screenshots

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Fundamental impedance magnitude (right axis) and power (left axis).
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Smith Chart showing the characterisation of a match box.
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Meter View showing live monitoring of parameters.
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Time Trend Mode being plotted in the Octiv software.
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