Portable Potentiostat for OEM
- Ideal for SPE applications
- USB or battery powered (optional)
- Optional Bluetooth connectivity
- Rugged aluminum housing in rubber sleeve
- Customizable top foil for branding
- Customizable sensor connector
Exchangeable sensor interface module
The EmStat Go is a battery powered*, handheld potentiostat which consists of a base unit and a customer-specific Sensor Extension module. The extension module can be equipped with one or more sensor connectors, temperature sensor, or other interface units you require for your sensor application. The instrument’s body is made from solid anodized aluminum with an optional rugged sleeve.
The EmStat Go can be equipped with automatic drop detection to have a PC or mobile app start the measurement automatically as soon as the droplet is present.
Optional battery for connecting via Bluetooth
A battery compartment for replaceable Li-Ion battery is optional. A fully charged battery allows the EmStat Go to run >6h of continuous measurements.
The EmStat Go can either host an EmStat Pico or EmStat3 potentiostat module.
|dc-potential range||±3 V||-1.7 to +2 V|
|compliance voltage||± 5 V||-2.0 to +2.3 V|
|dc-potential resolution||0.1 mV||0.280 mV|
|current ranges||1 nA to 10 mA||100 nA to 5 mA|
|maximum current||± 20 mA||± 3 mA|
Evaluating the EmStat Go for your application
Develop your own software for EmStat Go
With the PalmSens SDKs you can develop user friendly software for use with EmStat Go in a short amount of time. Using the PalmSens SDK for Xamarin you can create an Android (mobile) application for your EmStat Go. The SDK comes with working code examples which can be used as a basis for your application. The PalmSens SDK for WinForms or WPF allows you to build a Windows application for either Bluetooth or USB connected devices.
Develop software using MethodSCRIPTTM
An EmStat Go based on the EmStat Pico module uses the MethodSCRIPTTM communications protocol. This protocol allows you to write applications on all platforms without the need of the PalmSens SDKs or other libraries.