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PalmSens SDK for WinForms

Control any PalmSens instruments and EmStats using WinForms in .NET

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WinForms, to develop classical Windows applications

If your plan is to develop your own Windows application to control any of our potentiostats or potentiostat modules, it is best to get started with any of our PalmSens SDKs for .NET. Even with little programming experience, you will be able to build your own application. Every SDK is accompanied by a set of code examples that can easily be changed to suit your requirements. The SDKs allow you to target different .NET frameworks, including:

  • WinForms (classic Windows applications)
  • WPF and UWP (for modern Windows apps)

WinForms examples: how to connect and run a measurement

The screenshot on the right shows an example using asynchronous programming to prevent the PalmSens SDK libraries from blocking the user interface. The Basic Example Async shows how to make a connection and run a measurement, with a minimum amount of code. All examples are included in the SDK.







public Form1()

    InitLSVMethod(); //Create the linear sweep voltammetry method that defines the measurement parameters
    InitDataGrid(); //Set up the columns for the datagridview control
    DiscoverConnectedDevices(); //Populate the connected device combobox control

Plot the result

This screenshot shows part of an example on how to make a connection, run a measurement and plot the results.

Perform peak detection

Most experiments end with peak detection. This example shows how to perform an advanced peak detection for Linear Sweep Voltammetry and Cyclic Voltammetry measurements.


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PalmSens SDK 5.7 for WinForms .NET PalmSens Software Development Kit for developing WinForms applications in Visual Studio .NET or other .NET 4.5.2 supporting platform. Can be used with all PalmSens instruments and EmStats.14-12-20
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