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Computer to instrument connection – EC-LabLatest updated: February 16, 2021
16 channel electrochemical workstation with 1 A (extendable to 800 A) current capability as well as EIS Quality Indicators. Perfect for battery research/testing
The perfect electrochemical workstation for corrosion with the 100 fA accuracy ultra-low current option
A state-of-the-art research grade potentiostat with a 500 mA to 10 A range , built-in EIS and many other high-end specifications
Includes low current measurement, impedance and high current capability via plug-in modules.
Perfect for group working the VSP-300 can be connected to a LAN and controlled independently by multiple users
User-friendly electrochemical workstation designed to address general electrochemistry & corrosion applications amongst others
EIS capability up to 7 MHz and ultra low current sensitivity with the ULC option
Based on a modular chassis, this potentiostat can be customized to address every possible application in the field of classical electrochemistry.
A powerful, research grade, potentiostat offering a current range of up to 4 Amps.
A compact high-current electrochemical workstation - FRA specifically designed to study high-capacity secondary batteries
A versatile potentiostat capable of generating any bipot measurement, such as Rotating Ring Disk Electrode (RRDE) and InterDigitated Array (IDA) electrodes.
Eight channels, +/- 1A (expandable up to 800A); Ethernet connectivity, Built-in EIS
booster designed specifically for electrolyzer/fuel cell characterizations with a continuous maximum current of +/-200 A for a single unit extendable up to +/-800 A by connecting four units in parallel
Ultra Low current (down to aA resolution)
Lowers the base current range from 1 μA to 1 pA, making the resolution of the low current option is 80 aA on the 1 pA range.
A booster pack designed specifically for battery pack characterizations. Continuous maximum current of +/-30 A extendable by +/-120
FlexP0160 & FlexP0060
A powerful booster suitable for Redox Flow Batteries (RFB) or fuel cell stacks.