in 1966, Comdel, headquartered in Gloucester, Massachusetts, designs and manufactures
RF and DC power supplies and process instruments for the semiconductor, solar
cell/photovoltaics, flat panel, and industrial heating industries. Products include
RF generators, DC generators, auto-match impedance monitors, multi-channel synthesizers
and electrostatic chuck power supplies that are in use worldwide by the industry's
major equipment and IC fabrication manufacturers. For over 40 years, Comdel has
grown with the demand for reliable RF power. Currently housed in a 60,000 square
foot manufacturing facility, the company has all the components and the best available
technology necessary to support its customer base. With flexible power delivery
solutions, the broadest frequency ranges available, rapid prototyping, product
certification and safety compliance, Comdel provides responsive support and product
solutions from its offices in the US, Europe and Asia.
Comdel's focus at its inception in 1966 was to
design and manufacture low-noise, long-range radio communications equipment for
the U.S. Military. Throughout the 1960s and into the 1980s, in addition to contracting
with the U.S. Army and Navy, Comdel began to establish itself in the commercial
market with a variety of communications products.
In 1981, the first
solid-state RF generators were designed for plasma applications, planting Comdel
firmly as one of the top suppliers of RF power systems in the market. In 1990,
Comdel designed the industry's first RF control system and Power Detector. Other
industry firsts would be achieved in 1994 with the first microprocessor controlled
hybrid, high power RF generator, and again in 1997 with the first dual frequency
generator, providing the ultimate in versatility and control.
Comdel continues to provide customers with creative, stable, and reliable solutions
for their process needs. Our suite of RF power supplies comes complete with patented
for process stability, and meets compliance standards for quality and safety through
Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTLs).