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Research Instruments

event datum: 
Saturday, October 15, 2011

Research Instruments taps ScandiNova K2-Solid State Modulator for the Linac injector to the new synchrotron project NSLSLII at Brookhaven National Laboratory, Long Island, NY.

ScandiNova Systems AB, a manufacturer of Solid State Pulse Power Modulators, announced today that they have been selected and signed a contract with Research Instruments, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany, a world leading supplier of particle accelerator components and systems.

IntraOp Medical Corporation.

event datum: 
Tuesday, April 12, 2011

ScandiNova Systems AB inks Solid State Modulator OEM Agreement with IntraOp Medical Corporation.

RadiaBeam Technologies places OEM purchase order with ScandiNova Systems for Model M1 Solid State Modulator.

event datum: 
Wednesday, January 26, 2011

RadiaBeam Technologies has purchased a Model M1, Solid State IGBT Switched Pulsed Power Modulator System from ScandiNova Systems, to be integrated into a RadiaBeam accelerator system. The Model M1 is an IGBT switched pulse power modulator. It is typically used to drive a Magnetron load.

Jagiellonian University selects ScandiNova’s Solid State technology.

event datum: 
Monday, January 24, 2011

Jagiellonian University selects ScandiNova’s Solid State technology for the 3 RF-Units to the new 1.5 GeV Polish Synchrotron Radiation Centre SOLARIS in Krakow Poland.

ScandiNova Systems AB shall deliver 3 RF-units (radio frequency units) 37MW to the SOLARIS injector system. The company has the turnkey responsibility in providing a system that delivers high frequency, high power RF pulses with high efficiency and high pulse to pulse stability. The delivery is estimated to 2012 - 13.