The GFP™2600 NIR/SWIR Real-time Photoelastic Stress Analysis (PSA) System instantaneously measures stress through NIR/SWIR transparent materials such as silicon wafers, silicon coated glass and many ceramics. Systems include a NIR/SWIR circularly polarized illuminator and an analyzing camera. Cameras can be configured to provide an area field of view (FOV) or a strip FOV. The strip data can be stitched together to create extremely large images.
The cameras are fixed focal length, but can focus close to find small defects such as particles trapped between bonded wafers, or they can focus far to inspect whole wafers. Similarly, for silicon coated glass, you can focus close on edge stress or far to inspect the full width. The specific camera, NIR (750-1000 nm) or SWIR (1000-1700nm), is selected in combination with a bandpass filter to optimize performance for a given material or application.
Among many other features, the software provides:
The GFP2600, in conjunction with the NIR/SWIR Illuminator, allows for full-field stress images of transparent materials such as silicon wafers, silicon coated glass and many ceramics. Easily collect accurate and quantifiable stress data over an whole wafers or focus close to find small defects such as particles trapped between bonded wafers to solve problems in manufacturing, or to create a database of stress information.
|Range||1/2 λ Filter|
|Accuracy||0–10nm ± 0.5nm
10–100nm ± 5nm
100nm-range ± 5%
|Frame Rate||10 f/s|
|Focal Length||Fixed 20nm, 30nm|
|Specifications are general. Definitive specifications are determined by application and will be reflected in final quote.|
The GFP2600 NIR/SWIR Real-time Photoelastic Stress Analysis System is capable of acquiring instantaneous stress images or videos via kaleidoscopic optics. The system creates multiple copies of the stress images—all exposed to different sets of polarizing optics. Powerful algorithms processes the images to produce real-time photoelastic stress images. The results are based on two fundamental images referred to as: