Single channel - Compact and powerful in a portable chassis
A powerful, research grade, potentiostat/galvanostat in offering a current range of up to 4 Amps.
A powerful, research-grade, potentiostat/galvanostat
With a vast array of specifications crammed into a compact, portable chassis, the SP-240 is the perfect instrument for any electrochemistry application but particularly energy and corrosion.
Offering a current range of up to 4 Amps, The SP-240 offers outstanding features such as a floating mode, analog filtering, a built-in calibration board, and 9 stability bandwidths for improved cell control.
Furthermore, the SP-240 can be purchased in a standard DC potentiostat or with EIS capability. When necessary (for cell impedance higher than 100 MOhm), an Ultra-Low Current (ULC) option may be required.
The compact nature of the SP-240 makes combined with the floating capability make the SP-240 perfect for corrosion experiments in-situ.
Powerful, modular and easy to use
The most powerful hardware is only as performant as the software that sits behind it. Bio-Logic’s EC-Lab has earned itself the reputation as the benchmark for potentiostat control software based on a combination of intuitive control and analytic power.
- Compliance: ±12 V; [0; 48] V with HCV-3048
- Control voltage: ±10 V ; [0; 48] V with HCV-3048
- Voltage resolution: 1 µV on 60 mV range
- Current ranges: 4 A to 10 nA (With 4 A booster) down to 1 pA (Ultra Low Current)
- Maximum current: ±4 A (with 4 A booster); up to 120 A with four HCV-3048
- Current resolution: 760 fA (standard) ; down to 76 aA (Ultra Low Current)
- Frequency range: 7 MHz (3%, 3°) down to 10 µHz; 3 MHz (1%, 1°)
- EIS quality indicators
- Connection 2,3,4,5 terminal lead
- Best acquisition time: 12 µs with EC-Lab Express; 1 µs with ARG option
- Floating mode
- Analog filtering
- Calibration board
- Full stability control mode (9 bandwidths)
EIS plot – Electrochemistry & Battery – Application Note 8
Systems and EIS quality indicators – Electrochemistry
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EC-Lab Technical Notes 44: How to check the accuracy of your instrument ?
EC-Lab Technical Notes 01: VMP, VMP2, MPG or BiStat IP address change
EC-Lab Technical Notes 02 Accessing the VMP, VMP2, MPG or BiStat from other networks through gateways
EC-Lab Technical Notes 03 Computer TCP/IP installation and configuration
EC-Lab Technical Notes 04: VMP2, VMP or MPG firmware upgrading
EC-Lab Technical Notes 05: Importing an EC-Lab® text file into excel on line
EC-Lab Technical Notes 07: The “compact” Function in the PCGA protocol
EC-Lab Technical Notes 08: Adjustment of the potential control resolution
EC-Lab Technical Notes 09: Various connection modes Part I: Ewe vs. Ece control in the standard mode
EC-Lab Technical Notes 10: “p” low current option: installation and calibration
EC-Lab Technical Notes 11: Other channel to cell connection mode Part II: CE to Ground mode
EC-Lab Technical Notes 12: Low current N’Stat box installation (VMP2, BiStat, VSP, VMP3)
EC-Lab Technical Notes 17: Instantaneous versus averaged current measurement
EC-Lab Technical Notes 18: Channel board: installation and calibration for VMP2, VMP3, VSP
EC-Lab Technical Notes 19: Network parameters configuration with EC-Lab® and EC-Lab® Express software
EC-Lab Technical Notes 20: MEASURE versus CONTROL mode: extended current ranges
EC-Lab Technical Notes 21: External device control and recording
EC-Lab Technical Notes 22: Graphic properties Part I: Graph Style definition
EC-Lab Technical Notes 23: Graphic properties Part II: Graph Representation definition
EC-Lab Technical Notes 24: Potentiostat board installation on SP-300 chassis (BiPotentiostat option)
EC-Lab Technical Notes 25a: Control of the potential/current signal by an external device Part I : control by a Low Frequency Generator (LFG)
EC-Lab Technical Notes 25b: Control of the potential/current signal by an external device Part II : control by a channel of the potentiostat
EC-Lab Technical Notes 26: How to configure an experiment with a platinum temperature probe?
EC-Lab Technical Notes 27: SAM-50 : Module for measurements on stack of 50V
EC-Lab Technical Notes 30: Which GCPL technique is the most appropriate for my measurement?
EC-Lab Technical Notes 31: Isolation System IS1 How and why?
EC-Lab Technical Notes 32: How to set the data recording conditions of my measurement?
EC-Lab Technical Notes 33: DC-DC boards for SP-300 technology instruments
EC-Lab Technical Notes 34: How fast the instrument is able to switch from potentio to galvano mode & vice versa?
EC-Lab Technical Notes 37: Peristaltic pump Installation
EC-Lab Technical Notes 38: BCD technique: Battery Capacity Determination
EC-Lab Technical Notes 39: Import urban profile (txt file)
EC-Lab Technical Notes 40: Influence of the current range on the response time of a potentiostat
EC-Lab Technical Notes 41: Climate Chamber control with EXTAPP
EC-Lab Technical Notes 42: Bistat3200: A guide to the use of the sync start macro
EC-Lab Technical Notes 43: Battery Holders : Guide to make a wise choice and a proper use.
EC-Lab Technical Notes 45: Connection for high power system: Guide for a proper connection.
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