VSP3e: tailor-made for energy research
Eight channels, +/- 1A (expandable up to 800A); Ethernet connectivity, Built-in EIS
A research-grade multichannel potentiostat/galvanostat, the VSP-3e was purpose-built to meet the demands of energy research applications. With space allocated for up to eight channels, the instrument is flexible enough to meet the demands of researchers and R&D specialists alike. And with +/- 1A (expandable up to 800A with boosters), Ethernet LAN for improved multiple user/PC connectivity and built-in EIS, the instrument is especially suited to battery research applications.
Powered by EC-Lab, the advanced, ergonomic software that has earned itself the reputation as a benchmark for potentiostat/galvanostat control software, the VSP-3e boasts a wide range of unique functionality. Only EC-Lab enables users to build and modify experiments incrementally with “modify-on-the-fly” as well as give users the choice to plan their experiment from a vast array of technical presets.
Energy-specific functionality unique to Bio-Logic includes:
- Fast CCCV shift (constant current, constant voltage)
- Stack mode (follow individual elements in the pack)
- BCD (Battery capacity determination)
- Automatic plotting for Coloumbic efficiency
A compact, upright design reduces the instrument’s footprint and saves space in the laboratory and users can choose from independent channel or multi-electrode (CE to GND mode) configurations (a feature unique to Bio-Logic potentiostat/galvanostats) opening up new scientific research opportunities and enabling users to tailor electrode configurations to their application of choice.
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: ±10 V;
- Control voltage: ±10 V adjustable; [0;20] V (standard); up to 60 V with FlexP0060/FlexP0160
- Voltage resolution: 5 µV on 200 mV range
- Current ranges: 400 mA to 1 A (standard with “e” type board); down to 1 nA (Low Current)
- Maximum current: ±1 A (continuous); up to 800 A with four FlexP0012
- Current resolution: 0.760 nA; down to 76 fA (Low Current)
- Frequency range: 1 MHz down to 10 µHz
- EIS Quality Indicators (with “e” type board)
- Up to 8 channels
- Connection 2,3,4,5 terminal lead
- Best acquisition time: 200 µs
- Stability control mode (7 bandwidths)
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 44: How to check the accuracy of your instrument ?
EC-Lab Technical Notes 45: Connection for high power system: Guide for a proper connection.