We are the world’s leading provider of solid-state high-power pulse modulators and RF systems. Our patented split-core concept is proven by most of the major research facilities in the world, integrated into cutting-edge radiotherapy systems, and used in a range of demanding industrial applications such as cargo-scanning and non-destructive testing.
ScandiNova Systems AB has received an order of four high precision Pulse Modulators from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, to be installed at their redesigned LINAC facility in Troy New York, USA. The order consists of four K500 Modulators, ScandiNova's flagship and largest pulse modulator adapted to klystrons operating up to 100 MW RF peak power.
It’s now possible to sign-up for ScandiNova’s 7th users' meeting, 10-12 May 2017, taking place in the heart of Europe, Geneva, including a visit to the CERN Laboratory. Our annual users’ meetings give you the opportunity to meet, exchange experiences, receive the latest on ScandiNova development, training sessions on our systems and learnings from other users in Science, Industry and Medical applications.
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.
ScandiNova offers a comprehensive range for various applications. Explore our klystron systems (K-Series), magnetron systems (M-Series) or pulse generators (PG-Series). We also offer complete RF solutions, integrating, optimizing and taking full responsibility, thus enabling you to focus on your core business.
“The performance of the ScandiNova solid-state modulators comply with the high-power demands of the particle physics user community and provide excellent pulse to pulse stability, flatness and repeatability. Their high precision and reliability ensure the stable RF power essential for accelerating particles. What’s more, ScandiNova is very proactive. They listen to our needs and help improve the results of our research programs.”
Gerard McMonagle, Engineer, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
“Thanks to ScandiNova’s pulse modulators, we can confidently offer our customers high performance solutions. We are very pleased with how our relationship has evolved since 2006, and today we especially value their modulators’ reliability, compact design and low maintenance. Together with our klystrons, we offer RF devices that meet the most-demanding end-user requirements.”
Osamo Yushiro, Chief Specialist, Product Development Engineering, Toshiba Electron Tubes & Devices,
Otawara, Tochigi, Japan
More than 10 years after our first installation we have clear evidence that our products both deliver a perfect pulse and superior reliability. We are proud to have succeeded in realizing high quality modulators with solid state technology. 700.000 operating hours has enabled continuous improvement and simultaneously shows that the technology is well proven.
ScandiNova achieves a NPS (Net Promoter Score) of 53, which validates our commitment to high quality products and close cooperation with customers and partners. ScandiNova earned high ratings for skills such as innovative capacity, accuracy and collaboration as well as customer support. The high NPS score is on par with many industry leaders and strongly indicative of excellent customer satisfaction.
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.