MultiEmStat3

The MultiEmStat is a versatile multi-channel potentiostat with 4, 8 or 12 independent EmStat potentiostats. The channels can perform experiments independently of each other.

The MultiEmStat is conveniently connected by means of a single USB connection and controlled by MultiTrace. Each potentiostat has eight (EmStat3) or nine (EmStat3+) current ranges: 1 nA to 10 mA/100 mA with a resolution of 1 pA at the lowest current range and can automatically select the optimal current range.

Highly compact multi-channel potentiostat

Multi-channel potentiostats are designed for the most demanding users who want quality and high productivity without compromising on cost.

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Voltammetric techniques

  • Linear Sweep Voltammetry (LSV)
  • Cyclic Voltammetry (CV)

Pulsed techniques

  • Differential Pulse Voltammetry (DPV)
  • Square Wave Voltammetry (SWV)
  • Normal Pulse Voltammetry (NPV)

Amperometric techniques

  • Chronoamperometry (CA)
  • Zero Resistance Amperometry (ZRA)
  • Chronocoulometry (CC)
  • MultiStep Amperometry (MA)
  • Pulsed Amperometric Detection (PAD)
  • Multiple-Pulse Amperometric Detection (MPAD)

Galvanostatic techniques

  • Open Circuit Potentiometry (OCP)

MultiTrace for Windows

MultiTrace is the standard software for multi-channel instruments. It is has the same look and feel as PSTrace and comes standard on a USB thumb drive. The channels can be controlled all at once or get individual commands. Also the scripting feature can be used individually or for all channels.

Standard packaging includes a shielded cable for each channel with connections for a working, a counter and a reference electrode by means of 2 mm banana connectors (crocodile clips included), a USB cable and an AC adapter. The four channel MultiEmStat3 will be delivered in a small housing which is USB powered for extra mobility.

For more information about the difference between a multiplexer, a multichannel device and a polypotentiostat, click here.

Galvanic Isolation

The MultiEmStat can optionally be equipped with galvanic isolation (G.I.) for each individual channel. In this case each channel has its own floating ground.