EmStat Pico is powered by Analog Devices
The EmStat Pico is a joint development by PalmSens BV and Analog Devices Ltd. PalmSens is known for introducing the first commercially available handheld potentiostat. Over the last decade these have evolved to become smaller and more versatile. Together with Analog Devices, PalmSens now proudly presents the world smallest potentiostat module available on the market.
The EmStat Pico is a tiny potentiostat Module (30 x 18 x 2 mm) with an Ultra Low Power mode making it ideal for portable/wearable applications.
The EmStat (Embedded Potentiostat) Pico module is designed to fit in any device that needs a potentiostat. Its small footprint opens up an entire new world of possibilities for building small wireless devices, monitoring systems or point-of-care devices. Some examples include:
- measurements at remote sites
- water quality monitoring
- voltammetric analyzer
- gas detection system
The module supports the most commonly used electrochemical techniques:
|Linear Sweep Voltammetry||LSV|
|Differential Pulse Voltammetry||DPV|
|Square Wave Voltammetry||SWV|
|Normal Pulse Voltammetry||NPV|
|Techniques as a function of time|
|Amperometric Detection / ChronoAmperometry||AD/CA|
|Open Circuit Potentiometry||OCP|
and FRA / EIS for Impedance Spectroscopy up to 200 kHz
The EmStat Pico Development Board allows you to run measurements conveniently in our PSTrace software. This means you can verify and fine-tune experiments on the EmStat Pico before actually starting your instrument design around the module. You can even use the Development Board to run measurements autonomously on-board the module and store data on the built-in SD card.
Headers underneath the Development Board allow for connecting an Arduino MKR Zero directly to the Development Board to run your own code and make a stand-alone electrochemical monitoring device or prototype.