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Kebaili Corporation announces the release of CPG-500 Series, the industry first compact current pulse generator, specifically designed for electrodeposition applications, such as periodic reverse pulse plating in nanotechnology.

New Reverse Pulse Plating Controller for Nanowires Synthesis

Irvine, CA | Posted on March 30th, 2007

Laguna Beach, CA March 30, 2007 -- Kebaili Corporation a leading California based high-tech company announced today the release of CPG-500 Series, the industry first compact current pulse generator, specifically designed for electrodeposition applications, such as (direct current) DC plating, pulse plating, and periodic reverse pulse plating for a variety of applications in nanotechnology.

According to Dr. Mo Kebaili, Chief Technology Officer of Kebaili Corporation, commercially available reverse pulse plating systems and potentiostat/galvanostat are typically large and usually not optimized for cleanroom environments. The CPG-500 was ergonomically designed in a compact unit, and optimized for end-user applications in nanotechnology.

The CPG-500 power requirement is 100-240 V AC at 50-60 Hz, is microprocessor-controlled, is fully user programmable, and is self-contained with no need to connect to a PC. The CPG-500 is very user friendly, it can be programmed for DC plating, pulse plating, or reverse pulse plating.

CPG-500 can generate forward and reverse current pulses from 1 microamp to 350 milliamps, with a minimum pulse width of 1 msec. The compliance voltage is ± 10 Volts. The user can program 10 pulse waveforms and store them in the CPG-500 internal non-volatile memory.

Kebaili CPG-500 offers impressive specifications, and is cost-effective for a wide range of research and development applications, and laboratory requirements, such as:

Metallic and alloy nanowires synthesis at room temperature by electroplating through anodized aluminum templates in nanotechnology applications.

Nano-sized platinum catalyst electrodeposition on polymeric exchange membrane (PEM) in micro fuel cell applications.

Electrochemical deposition of bismuth telluride thin-films for micro-thermo electric cooling applications.

Electrodeposition of cobalt in anodized aluminum template as a precursor catalyst for carbon nanotubes synthesis by chemical vapor deposition (CVD).

For additional information about the CPG-500 Series, please call Kebaili Corporation at 949-494-5892, or visit


About Kebaili Corporation
Kebaili Corporation is a California based high-tech company; we are located in the Irvine area in Southern California. With the help of our team of talented and experienced R&D scientists and engineers, we have developed a set of proprietary processes in MEMS/NEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems, Nano-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) and nanotechnology, to design and manufacture an innovative, and state-of-the-art new line of MEMS-based micro-transducers and micro-sensors.

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Dr. Mo Kebaili
Phone: 949-494-5892

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