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MethodSCRIPT: Tips & Tricks

These Tips & Tricks will guide you to create your first MethodSCRIPT, debug the script, solve any errors and visualize the results. At the end, you will find example scripts. M...

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Developing an Android or iOS app

If you would like to develop an Android or iOS app for our potentiostats, you can use our Software Development Tools and code examples. ...

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Writing code for our hardware

Create your own application, using the PalmSens Software Development Kits and software examples. ...

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PalmSens SDKs for .NET

Develop your own application in no time for use with any PalmSens instrument or potentiostat module. ...

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PalmSens SDK for WPF

With this PalmSens Software Development Kit you develop Windows applications in Visual Studio .NET using Windows Presentation Foundating (WPF). WPF is a UI framework that is resolu...

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PalmSens SDK for WinForms

With this PalmSens Software Development Kit you develop Windows applications in Visual Studio .NET using WinForms. WinForms is a UI framework that creates rich desktop client apps ...

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PalmSens SDK for UWP

With this PalmSens Software Development Kit you develop Windows applications in Visual Studio .NET using the Universal Windows Platform (UWP). UWP apps can also run on Windows 10 I...

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PalmSens SDK for Android – Xamarin

With this PalmSens Software Development Kit you develop Android applications in Visual Studio .NET using Xamarin. The SDK can be used with all PalmSens instruments and potentiostat...

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MethodSCRIPT

MethodSCRIPT is the language our latest generation of potentiostats speaks. It allows you to communicate directly with the potentiostat (module) from any operating system or microc...

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PStouch tutorials

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 ...

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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.

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Potentiostatic and Galvanostatic EIS

What is GEIS? When to use GEIS or PEIS?

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Sensit Smart Glucose Calibration Curve

This app note shows how to measure glucose concentrations using the Sensit Smart

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How to connect cables to Sensit Smart

Explains how to connect cables to the Sensit Smart

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