Research grade battery cycler.
Precision, stability and power – perfect for in-house R&D or academia
High-precision, highly-stable battery cyclers that feature advanced EC techniques, five electrode connections and powerful analysis tools. MPG Battery Testers give users real reference electrode management, making them perfect instruments for research and development applications.
PBH-125 / PBH-150
Two versions are available for pouch cell testing, one with a maximum current of 25 A, and another with a maximum current of 50 A. The 4-point connection of these holders allows high-accuracy measurements.
This simple coin cell holder allows to test simultaneously 4 coin cells. It is compatible with MPG2 and VMP3 multichannel potentiostat/galvanostat. 4 of these are needed reach 16 simultaneous experiments.
PBH-4 / PBH-8
4 and 8-channel holders are available for small pouch cells up to 32 A. These holders have 4-point connection allowing high accuracy measurements.
CBH-4 / CBH-8
CBH-4 and CBH-8 are 4 and 8-position battery holders, respectively, dedicated to large and high power cylindrical battery cells.
The BH-1i Battery Holder is a modular accessory for battery test applications, compatible with a wide variety of battery types (coin cells, 18650 and 26650 cells), up to 4 batteries can be tested simultaneously, with a maximum current of 12 A per channel.
The CCH-8 is an 8 position coin holder designed for 20 and 24 mm coin cells, with a maximum thickness of 3.2 mm. Its 4 point connection provides low connection impedance, necessary for accurate AC and DC tests.
PPBH-132 / PPBH-1100
This 4-point measurement single channel holder is available in two versions, depending on the demanded maximum current: 32 or 100 A. Thanks to an adaptable tablet the same holder can be used for prismatic and flat pouch cells.
Multi-electrode investigation cables
For the VMP3 products family, we offer several options to facilitate the connection cables when multi-electrode experiments are performed as, for example, RRDE experiments or corrosion experiments on several samples using the same reference and the same counter electrode.