IB-C22-HV

The IB-C22-HV slit derives from the classic JJ X-Ray slit, IB-C30-HV, where space requires a smaller and more compact slit.

The aperture is defined by four independently movable and highly polished tungsten carbide blades. These blades are controlled by a high precision guiding rail system and stepping motors.

The blades can be installed in two configurations: Either providing a curved surface of a radius of 16 mm or providing a knife-edge slope at 0.5 degrees. The standard blades are polished to obtain a roughness better than 25 nm RMS.

In its basic configuration, the IB-C22-HV slit is delivered with a flange-opening and tightening bolts to allow connection with KF-40 flanges.

For a resolution on 1 micron per full step, please see the similar IB-C30-HV.

Key Facts of IB-C22-HV
Aperture size Maximum: 22 mm x 22 mm
Minimum: Full overlap 
Resolution 2 micron per full step
Accuracy ± 2 micron (over 3 mm)
Vacuum O-ring sealed, high vacuum 10-5 mbar, low outgassing materials
Mechanical dimension 149 mm x 149 mm x 64 mm
95 mm x 95 mm x 60 mm (housing only)
Standard blades 2 mm thick tungsten carbide blades which can be mounted either with a 0.5 degrees knife-edge or a R16 radius edge
Common options

Blade options: 4, 5, 10 mm; other blade materials
Motors: Custom high resolution stepping, including IMS motors
Encoders: Back-axle rotary encoders
Adaptors to other KF(NW) flanges or CF flanges can be provided
Special preparation for enabling vacuum <10-6 mbar
Internal wiring of Kapton or wiring with Teflon insulation

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