Instrument specific notes
Characterization of a Field-effect Transistor (FET) using an EmStat Pico potentiostat module.
The EmStat Go is a battery powered handheld potentiostat with the logo of your company. It can be fully customized to enable many electrochemistry applications. Read more drop det...
Learn how to use a multi-channel potentiostat as a polypotentiostat, so you can use multiple working electrodes in the same cell sharing one reference and counter electrode.
This article will explain how to update the software of your EmStat Pico Development Board, Sensit BT or Sensit Smart using PSTrace. ...
This tutorial describes how to change the settings of the LAIRD BT900 Bluetooth module on PalmSens devices for OEM.
The multiplexer MUX8-R2 offers the possibility to record reliable Open Circuit Potential (OCP) measurements in the Alternating mode, which allows to monitor the OCP of multiple samples / working electrodes over time with a single potentiostat. This is a significant improvement compared to its predecessors MUX8 and MUX16. In this application note it is demonstrated how to setup and perform an OCP measurement with the MUX8-R2 in the Alternating mode.
This application note describes various ways to connect the portable SensitBT to Bluetooth. To connect using Android you can use PSTouch, in Windows you can use PSTrace or MethodSCRIPT. In iOS you can use MethodSCRIPT.
This article shows the ease of integration of the device into a system and demonstrates the range of applications of the potentiostat module by detailing three different electrochemical measurements: OCP (pH), cyclic voltammetry, and EIS.
This document describes how to connect an Arduino MKR Zero to the EmStat Pico development board
Describes how to use the Bluetooth module for EmStat3 OEM
This document shows how to connect the PalmSens4 via Bluetooth to PSTrace (for Windows) or PStouch (for Android)
Explains how to connect cables to the Sensit Smart