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Research grade single-channel potentiostat module for high power
- Small tested & calibrated potentiostat module
- Compliance voltage ±8 V
- Maximum current ±100 mA
- Development SDK available
The EmStat3+ is a research grade potentiostat that was initially developed for OEM purposes. The EmStat3+ is a reliable and versatile potentiostat that found it’s way to the market in many different forms.
The EmStat3+ module is successfully integrated in devices for specific applications, but also in our own product range that we sell for generic research purposes such as the EmStat Blue, EmStat Go and MultiEmStat. The main difference between the EmStat3 and EmStat3+ is the extra current range of 100 mA for the EmStat3+ module.
When only one module is added in the basket we will quote the EmStat3+ Starter Kit which includes all the components you need for rapid prototyping and hardware validation.
- Linear Sweep Voltammetry (LSV)
- Differential Pulse Voltammetry (DPV)
- Square Wave Voltammetry (SWV)
- Normal Pulse Voltammetry (NPV)
- Cyclic Voltammetry (CV)
These methods can all be used in their stripping modes which are applied for (ultra-) trace analysis.
Techniques as a function of time:
- Chronoamperometry (CA)
- Pulsed Amperometric Detection (PAD)
- Multiple Pulse Amperometry (MPAD)
- Open Circuit Potentiometry (OCP)
The EmStat module features:
- 9 embedded common electrochemical techniques
- options for manual cell control (potentials, changing current range and timing)
- USB and serial communication or USB as Virtual COM port
- automatic current ranging
- digital I/O for peripheral control (stirrer or valve)
- analog input for measuring auxiliary input like temperature
- analog output for controlling peripherals like a stirrer
- multiplexer control
EmStat3 and EmStat3+ are also available as stand-alone instrument for research or OEM evaluation.
|dc-potential range||± 3.000 V||± 4.000 V|
|compliance voltage||± 5 V||± 8 V|
|dc-potential resolution||0.1 mV||0.125 mV|
|dc-potential accuracy||0.2 %||0.3 %|
|current ranges||1 nA to 10 mA (8 ranges)||1 nA to 100 mA (9 ranges)|
|maximum current||± 20 mA typical|
and ± 15 mA minimum
|± 100 mA typical|
The current is measured using a zero resistance ammeter (ZRA).
|current resolution||0.1% of current range, 1 pA at lowest current range|
|current accuracy (deviation)||≤ 1 %of current range at 1 nA|
≤ 0.5 % at 10 nA
≤ 0.2 % at 100 nA to 100 uA
≤ 0.5 % at 1 mA, 10 mA and 100 mA
all with max. 0.2 % offset error
|electrometer amplifier input||> 100 Gohm // 4 pF|
|rise time||approx. 100 μs|
|power||ES3: 5V, max. 130 mA|
ES3+: 5V, max. 500 mA
|external I/O options||analog: 1 input and 1 output|
both 0 V- 4.096 V
digital: 4 in/output lines
max. rating: -0.3 V to 5.3 V
|PCB dimensions||ES3: 51.5 x 34 mm|
ES3+: 55 x 41 mm
Develop software for PC, smartphone or microcontroller
Whether you want to write a simple or advanced Windows application, develop an Android or iPhone app or integrate the EmStat in your own hardware, you can do it with our Software Development Tools and code examples.
Overview of software development tools
Software Development Kits for .NET
The PalmSens Software Development Kits (SDKs) for .NET can be used with any of our instruments or OEM potentiostat modules to develop your own software. The SDK’s come with a set of examples that shows how to use the libraries.
PalmSens SDKs with examples are available for the following .NET Frameworks:
- Xamarin (for Android)
|EmStat3 communications protocol The EmStat3 and EmStat3+ communications protocol for OEM for firmware v7.6||Documentation||28-09-20|
|EmStat3+ module description||Documentation||14-09-20|
|EmStat3 module dimensions Drawing with dimensions of EmStat3 PCB (PDF)||Documentation||11-08-20|
|Embedded SDK for EmStat3 An example project of how to use the SDK is provided for Arduino. It's made in "Arduino Software (IDE)" found at "www.arduino.cc". For more information about the example, read the comments in "EmStatSDKExample.ino". A short explanation with an example of how to use the SDK in any c/c++ environment can be found in PSComm.h. The Arduino example should also be easy to port to C or C++, if required. For more advanced use beyond the scope of the SDK, refer to the "EmStat communication protocol##.pdf".||Software||09-04-20|
|App Note – Bluetooth module for EmStat3 OEM Describes how to use the Bluetooth module for EmStat3 OEM||Application Note||09-04-20|
|EmStat3 series description||Documentation||08-04-20|