• Princeton Applied Research: PARSTAT MC Multichannel Potentiostat

    315 parstat mc with pmc 200

    The Princeton AppliedResearchPARSTAT® MC (PMC)® MC (PMC) is the most modular and robust multi-channel electrochemical testing platform on the market.
    The PMC chassis provides a robust environment up to 10 modules, up to 20 channels.  

    Channels can operate simultaneously for high-throughput routine testing, asynchronously for different experiments on distinct cells or in a complex matrix of multiple electrodes in a single test environment. Additional channels can be added on-site by the user, even while other channels are in operation. Every functional block within the chassis is designed to be user-replaceable minimizing the impact of any interruptions in your experiment.

  • Princeton Applied Research: VersaSTAT 3F Potentiostat Galvanostat

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    The Princeton Applied Research VersaSTAT 3F shares similar specifications to the VersaSTAT 3 (10µs data acquisition) and the VersaSTAT 4 (4nA lower current range, enhanced filtering options) the VersaSTAT 3F was designed specifically to operate with other potentiostats or earth-grounded cells.

  • Princeton Applied Research: VersaSTAT 4 Potentiostat Galvanostat

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    The Princeton Applied Research VersaSTAT 4 builds upon the already impressive design of the VersaSTAT 3 giving you even more improved speed and low-current measurement required for a range of electrochemical applications.

  • Princeton Applied Research: VersaSTAT 3 Potentiostat Galvanostat

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    The Princeton Applied ResearchVersa STAT 3 is an optioned-based platform that provides both standard core functionality and the ability to expand the range of measurements.
    This versatile potentiostat / galvanostat addresses many different applications including Corrosion, Energy Storage, Sensors, Nanotechnology, and Physical Electrochemistry. 

  • Princeton Applied Research PARSTAT 3000 Potentiostat | Galvanostat

    The Princeton Applied Research PARSTAT® 3000 is a high-performance potentiostat engineered into a small foot-print for space conscious laboratory and/or application environments. The additional voltage measurement (6-WIRE) makes this instrument well suited for Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) on batteries as two impedance values can be simultaneously acquired. Users can assign impedance values to anode and cathode; across separators; or to individual cells in a stack.  Physical electrochemistry applications also benefit from using this input to capture pH measurements, temperature, or pressure by means of an external probe.

  • Princeton Applied Research VersaSCAN Electrochemical Scanning System


    Shown above: VersaSCAN SECM Scanning ElectroChemical Microscopy

    The VersaSCAN from Princeton Applied Research is a single platform capable of providing spatial resolution to both electrochemical and materials-based measurements.  Each VersaSCAN is based on a common high-resolution, long-travel, closed-loop positioning system mounted to a vibration-resistant optical base.  Different auxiliary pieces are mounted to the positioning system.  These ancillary pieces (e.g., an electrometer, piezo vibration unit, or a laser sensor) provide functionality to the positioning system for different scanning probe experiments.  VersaSTAT potentiostats and Signal Recovery Lock-in Amplifiers are integrated via ethernet control to make accurate measurements of these small signals.