Free Electron Laser & Synchrotron Light Source

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Open new horizons

High energy physics labs and researchers all over the world are chasing new discoveries. Scientific projects are often very demanding with high requirements on reliability and performance. ScandiNova’s pulse modulators are built to meet these high demands with world leading uptime and pulse quality. Thanks to our unique solid-state technology we are a trusted partner among leading institutes and laboratorys all over the world, providing pulse modulators as well as turn-key RF systems with up to 100 MW peak power and pulse-to-pulse stability of record low levels, down to 8 ppm.

ScandiNova provides solutions for all types of science applications, such as collidors, free electron lazers and synchroton light sources. See references.

As one of the few players in the market, ScandiNova has the capability to offer a complete optimized RF system. Go to product list.

November 28th, 2018

ScandiNova wins RF order from Eindhoven University of Technology

ScandiNova Systems AB, a world leader in new generation pulsed power systems, has received an order of a complete high-voltage RF system from Eindhoven University of Technology. The RF system will be powering a compact and portable X-ray source, called Smart*Light. Delivery is expected to take place in august 2019.

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ScandiNova contributes to the brightest x-ray light in the world

The newly inaugurated MAX IV Laboratory in Lund, Sweden is providing scientists with the brightest X-ray light in the world. The emitted electron beam is accelerated by 20 ScandiNova RF systems with patented solid state technology.

Optimization of RF systems

Mikael Lindholm, Senior VP ScandiNova Systems, was one of the invited speakers at CLIC Workshop taking place at Cern, January 18-22. Mikael shared his and ScandiNova’s insights in optimization of RF systems, which is a major issue for scientific research and other application areas.

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