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ZFit (impedance fitting) tutorials for potentiostats and battery cyclersLatest updated: December 7, 2021
Introduction: Using ZFit with potentiostat / galvanostats and battery cyclers
This series of tutorials is dedicated to the “ZFit” impedance fitting tools available both in EC-Lab® and BT-Lab®. There are five videos in the series which explain how you can obtain the impedance of typical components and circuits using BioLogic’s software analysis tool. These tutorials also demonstrate how to properly use this fitting tool to model your experimental data obtained with multichannel or single-channel potentiostats, using equivalent circuits.
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Zfit Fitting tool Minimization Impedance EIS
EIS capability up to 7 MHz and ultra low current sensitivity with the ULC option
VMP3 Multichannel Potentiostat
Includes low current measurement, impedance and high current capability via plug-in modules.
Based on a modular chassis, this potentiostat can be customized to address every possible application in the field of classical electrochemistry.
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
A versatile potentiostat capable of generating any bipot measurement, such as Rotating Ring Disk Electrode (RRDE) and InterDigitated Array (IDA) electrodes.
Eight channel potentiostat / galvanostat with +/- 1A (expandable up to 800A); Ethernet connectivity, Built-in EIS (Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy)
A robust, single channel, general purpose potentiostat perfect for both general electrochemistry research needs as well as teaching.