Easy and versatile
PSTrace is designed to be productive immediately after installation, without going through a long learning period. It has three modes; the Scientific mode which allows you to run all the techniques our instruments have to offer, and two dedicated modes for Corrosion analysis and the Analytical Mode. The Analytical Mode is designed for use with (bio)sensors and allows you to do concentration determinations. Extensive help files and prompts guide the user through a typical analysis.
Making it easy for simple measurements doesn’t mean we compromised on advanced electrochemistry. To create a complex series of experiments a scripting window can be used. The Scripting window allows for automated batch measurements and analysis. The interactive plot and a ‘head-up-display’ of peaks when hovering over the peak location made also the post-measurement part of electrochemistry just quicker and easier. But if you feel more comfortable using your own spreadsheets, you can use the one-click export to Excel. Or you can export your data to Origin or Matlab.
Setting up your measurement
The method editor provides instant feedback on parameters that are either invalid or do not match the instruments capabilities:
All measurement data and curves are stored in a single .pssession file. Peaks are detected automatically or can be marked by hand. Exporting data to Excel including generation of a native Excel graph is a matter of a single click.
Default mode to run all supported electrochemical techniques.
Allows the user to run specific corrosion measurement techniques and use analytical tools for corrosion research on the measurement data.
This mode is made to convert your data quickly into physical properties.