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Sensit BT for OEM
Tailored for your application
- Capable of EIS up to 200 kHz
- Battery & Bluetooth integrated
- Customization (e.g. logo and color) possible, even for small series
- Easy app building using our tools and examples
The Sensit BT is ideal for electrochemical sensor applications. The Sensit BT is designed for use with screen-printed electrodes and is available in a re-branded housing for OEM purposes. The Sensit Smart is built around the proven and calibrated EmStat Pico module, which is a joint development by Analog Devices and PalmSens.
The Sensit BT connects via Bluetooth to your smartphone or tablet and controlled via the Android app PStouch. You can use the USB-C port to charge the Sensit BT or connect to a classic USB port on your PC and control the Sensit BT via our PC software PSTrace.
The Sensit BT supports most common electrochemical techniques, including Cyclic Voltammetry, Square Wave Voltammetry and Impedance Spectroscopy (FRA/EIS).
|Sensor pitch||2.54 mm||Cable length||40 cm|
|Electrode connections||RE, WE, CE||Connectors||2 mm banana|
|Allowed sensor thickness||Between 0.1 mm and 0.8 mm||Electrode connections||RE, WE, WE2, CE|
|Maximum sensor width||11 mm|
Dual-channel and Bipotentiostat
The Sensit BT.SPE can be used for running sequential measurements on two different Screen-Printed Electrodes (SPE’s) each with their own Reference, Counter and Working electrodes.
The second channel can also be used in Bipotentiostat mode, functioning as second Working Electrode versus the Reference and Counter electrode of channel 1. Both channels are recorded simultaneously in the Bipotentiostat mode.
The Sensit BT.SNS has a lead connected to the WE of channel 2 and can be used out-of-the-box for BiPotentiostat measurements.
- Dual-Channel potentiostat with bipotentiostat mode
- FRA / EIS up to 200 kHz
- Potential range -1.7 to +2 V
- Current ranges 100 nA – 5 mA (max ±3 mA)
See EmStat Pico module for more detailed specifications.
|Power||USB / battery|
|Communication||USB (type C) and Bluetooth (Classic and BLE)|
|Dimensions||75 x 55 x 23 mm (excl. cable)|
|Battery life||12 hours at max. power consumption
Full charge in < 3 hours
|Storage memory||500 MB for storing up to 16 million datapoints|
EIS Accuracy Contour Plot
Develop software for PC and smartphone
Whether you want to write a simple or advanced Windows application, develop an Android or iPhone app 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)
MethodSCRIPT™ communications protocol
The Sensit Series have an on-board parser for the MethodSCRIPT™ scripting language. This language allows developers to program a human-readable script for the Sensit Series on any platform or operating system. The simple script language allows for running electrochemical techniques supported by the Sensit Series and makes it easy to combine different measurements and other tasks.More information about MethodSCRIPT
|Vitamin C Detection with ItalSens IS-C This application note describes how to create a calibration for quantitative measurements of vitamin C. Due to the detailed description and harmless solutions this an excellent electrochemical experiment with liquids for beginners in the field of electrochemistry.||application-note||27-01-21|
|Limitations for EIS on EmStat Pico||application-note||18-12-20|
|Connect SensitBT to Bluetooth This application note describes various ways to connect the portable SensitBT to Bluetooth. To connect using Android you can use PSTouch, in Windows you can use PSTrace or MethodSCRIPT. In iOS you can use MethodSCRIPT.||application-note||10-11-20|
|Sensit BT description Description of the Sensit BT||documentation||18-05-20|
|MethodSCRIPT v1.2 protocol description MethodSCRIPT v1.2 protocol description||documentation||28-04-20|
|MethodSCRIPT v1.1 protocol description MethodSCRIPT v1.1 protocol description||documentation||17-04-20|
| MethodSCRIPT code examples
MethodSCRIPT code examples include:
Every code example comes with a "Getting Started" document.