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Princeton Applied Research Intros Potentiostat/Galvanostat
Multi-channel potentiostat/galvanostat.
Oak Ridge, TN — Princeton Applied Research of AMETEK Advanced Measurement Technology (AMT) has introduced the new PARSTAT MC multi-channel potentiostat/galvanostat for electrochemistry research and testing. The highly modular and robust unit reportedly offers a host of features and benefits.
According to the company, the unit's modularity allows for increased performance and reliability over other multi-channel instruments, providing hot-swappable channels that allow researchers to add or remove a channel without interruption while running experiments, which would normally result in a loss of associated data.

The PARSTAT MC is well suited for a variety of applications, including testing of energy storage devices, corrosion analysis and physical electrochemistry. It provides a wide dynamic current range of 2 amps to 4 nA as standard, eliminating the need for costly hardware add-ons that reduce channel capacity.

The unit's 500kS/sec data acquisition speed makes it suitable for high-speed applications. Its true floating ground makes testing of multiple samples in the same cell possible and permits researchers the ability to measure permanently grounded samples. The availability of easily integrated accessories affords researchers the option of creating a highly customized research tool.

The unit's chassis is highly configurable with up to eight potentiostats. Each potentiostat card provides wide functionality as standard. Each channel can operate simultaneously for high-throughput routines, asynchronously for different experiments on distinct cells, or in a complex matrix of multiple electrodes in a single-test environment.

Users can add more channels on site, even while other channels are in operation. Every component within the chassis is user replaceable, minimizing the impact of interruptions on experiments.


Contact: Princeton Applied Research, 801 South Illinois Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0895 865-425-1289 fax: 865-481-2410 Web:
http://www.pari.info@ametek.com Web: http://www.princetonappliedresearch.com

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