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'''''SURFSCAN 6200'''''
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This tool can be used for scanning 4" and 8" wafers. Pieces could be also scanned, but they need to be mounted on either 4" or 8" wafer. The maximum thickness of a wafer (or a wafer+mounted piece) is up to 1mm.
  
* LOG IN using the access code: boss ( if the keyboard is not working use the virtual keyboard on the monitor)
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=== SURFSCAN 6200 ===
* Double click on the icon “SCAN”
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LOG IN using the access code: boss ( if the keyboard is not working use the virtual keyboard on the monitor).
* Select the option “Recipe” (upper left corner) /Load
 
* Load one of the '''standard recipes''': ('''UCSBTEST1''' - for 8” wafers;  '''UCSBTEST2'''- for 4”wafers). Do not make any changes in those recipes!
 
* Press OK, and recipe will be loaded (will show the name of the recipe- top of the monitor)
 
* To make a new recipe:
 
** Select the option  “Recipe” / scroll down to option “Save as”
 
** “Save as”- save the recipe under your name
 
** Select the option “Recipe” /View/Modify
 
** Modify your recipe (wafer diameter, edge exclusion, gain (it could be from 1-8), threshold and etc). 
 
** On the same page select the option “Bin Split”  and click on  “Default Bin”. This would update changes in your recipe.
 
** Save the changes
 
  
*Use one of the carriers - says “SURSFCAN” on it
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Double click on the icon “SCAN”,
* Load the wafers in the carrier  
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* Make sure face is up/ Major cut could be facing either way
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Select the option “Recipe” (upper left corner).
* Place cassette in the right indexer (for 4”) or left indexer (for 8”)
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* Make sure cassette is sitting properly  
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=== What to do if you do not have your own recipe? ===
* Select on the monitor option  “CASS” – (Cassette)
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# If you do not have your own recipe, you need to load one of standard recipes:
* Wait for the tool to read all wafers in the cassette
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#* '''UCSBTEST1''' - for 8” wafers
* If you want to scan ONLY ONE wafer, select the wafer you want to scan, then click “START” (upper bar)
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#* '''UCSBTEST2''' - for 4” wafers
* Wait for the wafer to be picked up and scaned. Record results of the scan.
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# Click on the recipe, and then press OK
* If you want to scan multiple wafers – select option “AUTO”, then “START”
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# The recipe will be loaded (will show the name of recipe- top of the monitor)
* When the scan is complete, click on the “HOME” option, select “recipe/exit”
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# Do not make any changes in the recipes!
* Write details regarding the scan/or issue in the log book  
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# Select the option " Recipe"
PLEASE LOG OFF after using the tool
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# Scroll down to option "Save as"
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# Save the recipe as a new recipe (this is now your recipe that you could modify)
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# Modify the recipe (wafer diameter, edge exclusion, gain (it could be from 1-8), threshold and etc).
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# On the same page select the option “Bin Split”  and click on  “Default Bin”. This would update changes in your recipe.
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# Save the changes
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=== What to do if you already have the recipe? ===
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# Select the option "Recipe"
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# Find your recipe and select option to load recipe
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# The recipe will be loaded (will show the name of recipe- top of the monitor)
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# Recipe can be now modified
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# Select the option "Recipe" and modify the recipe
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# Modify the recipe (wafer diameter, edge exclusion, gain (it could be from 1-8), threshold and etc).
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# On the same page select the option “Bin Split”  and click on  “Default Bin”. This would update changes in your recipe.
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# .Save the changes
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We have two carriers for loading wafers (one for 8" wafers, and one for 4" wafers). On 4" carrier  says “SURSFCAN”.
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Load the wafers in the carrier. Make sure face is up/ Major cut could be facing either way.
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Place cassette in the right indexer (for 4”) or left indexer (for 8”).
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Make sure cassette is sitting properly. Select on option  “CASS” – (Cassette).
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Wait for the tool to read all wafers in the cassette.
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If you want to scan ONLY ONE wafer, select the wafer you want to scan, then click “START” (upper bar)
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Wait for the wafer to be picked up and scaned. Record results of the scan.
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If you want to scan multiple wafers – select option “AUTO”, then “START”
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When the scan is complete, click on the “HOME” option, select “recipe/exit”
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Write details regarding the scan/or issue in the log book
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PLEASE LOG OFF after using the tool
  
 
'''Standard recipes''' that could be used for scanning particles:
 
'''Standard recipes''' that could be used for scanning particles:

Revision as of 22:02, 30 March 2020

This tool can be used for scanning 4" and 8" wafers. Pieces could be also scanned, but they need to be mounted on either 4" or 8" wafer. The maximum thickness of a wafer (or a wafer+mounted piece) is up to 1mm.

SURFSCAN 6200

LOG IN using the access code: boss ( if the keyboard is not working use the virtual keyboard on the monitor).

Double click on the icon “SCAN”,

Select the option “Recipe” (upper left corner).

What to do if you do not have your own recipe?

  1. If you do not have your own recipe, you need to load one of standard recipes:
    • UCSBTEST1 - for 8” wafers
    • UCSBTEST2 - for 4” wafers
  2. Click on the recipe, and then press OK
  3. The recipe will be loaded (will show the name of recipe- top of the monitor)
  4. Do not make any changes in the recipes!
  5. Select the option " Recipe"
  6. Scroll down to option "Save as"
  7. Save the recipe as a new recipe (this is now your recipe that you could modify)
  8. Modify the recipe (wafer diameter, edge exclusion, gain (it could be from 1-8), threshold and etc).
  9. On the same page select the option “Bin Split” and click on “Default Bin”. This would update changes in your recipe.
  10. Save the changes

What to do if you already have the recipe?

  1. Select the option "Recipe"
  2. Find your recipe and select option to load recipe
  3. The recipe will be loaded (will show the name of recipe- top of the monitor)
  4. Recipe can be now modified
  5. Select the option "Recipe" and modify the recipe
  6. Modify the recipe (wafer diameter, edge exclusion, gain (it could be from 1-8), threshold and etc).
  7. On the same page select the option “Bin Split” and click on “Default Bin”. This would update changes in your recipe.
  8. .Save the changes

We have two carriers for loading wafers (one for 8" wafers, and one for 4" wafers). On 4" carrier says “SURSFCAN”.

Load the wafers in the carrier. Make sure face is up/ Major cut could be facing either way.

Place cassette in the right indexer (for 4”) or left indexer (for 8”).

Make sure cassette is sitting properly. Select on option “CASS” – (Cassette).

Wait for the tool to read all wafers in the cassette.

If you want to scan ONLY ONE wafer, select the wafer you want to scan, then click “START” (upper bar)

Wait for the wafer to be picked up and scaned. Record results of the scan.

If you want to scan multiple wafers – select option “AUTO”, then “START”

When the scan is complete, click on the “HOME” option, select “recipe/exit”

Write details regarding the scan/or issue in the log book

PLEASE LOG OFF after using the tool

Standard recipes that could be used for scanning particles:

USCBTEST1- for scanning  8” wafers (left indexer)

USCBTEST2- for scanning  4” wafers (right indexer)

The recipe USCBTEST2 is used for checking the film quality on 4” wafers. If  “Gain 2” is selected in the recipe, the wafer will be scanned only for big size particles ( 1.6-28.0)um. If “Gain 4” is selected in the recipe, then the wafer will be scanned only for small size particles (0.16-1.6)um. The scan might fail If the wafer has a lot of particles. In this case you need to change the Gain, and try to scan again. All calibrations in the cleanroom are done using Gain2 and Gain4.

Please do not update those recipes. Make the changes only in your own recipes.