Potentiostat parameters explained
The specifications of potentiostats contain many parameters. If you are in doubt about the meaning of a certain parameter, worry no more. Below you will find an explanation for the...
Unboxing the PalmSens4 and running a first measurement
Our flagship instrument, the PalmSens4, is a USB and battery powered Potentiostat, Galvanostat, and optional a Frequency Response Analyser (FRA) for Electrochemical Impedance Spec...
Follow these instructions if your PalmSens4 does not give expected measurement results.
With PStouch you can connect your Android smartphone or tablet via USB or Bluetooth to your instrument. The following tutorials explain how to connect to your instrument, how to ...
Troubleshooting on potentiostat experiments
Here are some general comments on trouble shooting that are valid for any experiment. We made this list to enable even not very experienced users to find the sources of trouble as soon as possible to keep the frustration level for you and coworkers as low as possible.
This article guides you on how to recover your PalmSens4 firmware if it does not connect properly anymore using a USB cable or Bluetooth. ...
PSTrace does not start
Follow this procedure if PSTrace fails to start.
Zero Resistance Amperometry (ZRA)
Except for the EmStat Pico and Sensit Series, all our potentiostats can be used as a Zero Resistance Ammeter (ZRA). A ZRA measures the current flowing through it without adding any...
Potentiostatic and Galvanostatic EIS
What is GEIS? When to use GEIS or PEIS?
PalmSens4 Connecting via Bluetooth
This document shows how to connect the PalmSens4 via Bluetooth to PSTrace (for Windows) or PStouch (for Android)
In this application note the galvanic isolation options are discussed for the different PalmSens instruments as well as the effect of galvanic isolation on your measurement.