Micrux Carbon-mediated SPE

Electrodes modified with FeCN, Prussian Blue or Cobalt Phthalocyanine

  • Screen-printed Electrodes with Carbon working- and counter electrode
  • Flexible and highly-resistant PET
  • Three different surface modifications: FeCN, Prussian Blue or Cobalt Phthalocyanine
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Carbon-mediated electrodes are fabricated by printing technologies on a flexible and high-resist PET substrate. These low-cost and disposable electrochemical sensors enable the use of small sample volume.


Printed electrodes are a suitable tool for multiple applications, providing many advantages such as low-cost, disposable, low reagent consumption as well as non-tedious pre-cleaning procedures. Carbon-mediated electrodes have been optimized to provide superior electrochemical performance, enabling the detection of many analytes when used in conjunction with specific oxidase type enzymes. These mediated-electrodes are suitable for improving the detection of hydrogen peroxide and the development of enzyme-based biosensors.

Three-electrode approach, adapter and sensor packages

The single screen-printed electrodes are based on a classical three-electrodes approach with one working electrode (WE), a reference electrode (RE) and a auxiliary (counter) electrode (AE or CE). The working and counter electrode are made from Carbon low-cost ink. The Reference Electrode is a silver ink. The Counter Electrode is a carbon layer with 350 μm thick. The Working Electrode is a carbon layer with FeCN, also with 350 μm thick, and it has a diameter of 3 mm.

Sensors are packed per 50 in a box. You can connect a Micrux screen-printed electrode using the Micrux 4-electrode adapter. More information is available at the specifications tab or go to the Micrux website for the mediated electrode.


  • Prussian Blue (Ref. MX-ED-S1PE-C20/PB)
  • Cobalt Phthalocyanine (Ref. MX-ED-S1PE-C20/PPc)
  • Ferricyanide (Ref. MX-ED-S1PE-C20/FeCN)


Required adapter

A Micrux adapter is needed to connect the 4-pin sensors

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