Press Release Summary:
PARSTAT 2263 offers hardware capable of Â±10 V scan ranges, with 20 V compliance, 200 mA current, and nA accuracy and fA resolutions. Bandwidth along with built-in Frequency Response Analyzer (FRA), allow EIS measurements to be conducted ranging from 10 ÂµHz to 1 MHz. Interface to PC or laptop is Universal Serial Bus. Unit includes synchronous A/D input for monitoring DC inputs from temperature probes, pH meters, and other ancillary equipment.
Original Press Release:
Princeton Applied Research Announces the Release of the PARSTAT 2263(TM) Potentiostat / Galvanostat
Marking the next generation of potentiostat/gavanostat instruments from Princeton Applied Research, the PARSTAT 2263
offers hardware capable of ±10 V scan ranges, with 20 V compliance, 200 mA current, and nA accuracy and fA resolutions.
The bandwidth of the PARSTAT 2263, along with the built-in Frequency Response Analyzer (FRA), allow EIS measurements to be conducted in a range of 10 uHz to 1 MHz.
The PARSTAT 2263 is DC powered so that it can be operated with an AC/DC converter (included with the system), or with
a DC power supply (i.e., 12 V auto battery) for remote/field applications. A factory installed option is available that can
provide isolation, or "a floating ground", enabling the PARSTAT 2263 to work with ground working electrodes. Its small footprint and light weight make it ideal for portable, field applications, where ease of transport, and rugged construction are critical.
The interface to the PC or laptop is Universal Serial Bus. The front panel of the PARSTAT 2263 is simple and clean. At the
rear of the PARSTAT 2263, there is the DAC output for control of rotating disk electrodes or other devices where a DC voltage is required. There is also a Synchronous A/D Input for monitoring DC inputs from temperature probes, pH meters, and other ancillary equipment (i.e., QCM), which is sampled simultaneously with the current and potential channels. Finally, there is the Auxiliary Interface for control of Model 303A SMDE electrodes via 507 Interface, and for issuing/receiving TTL signals (triggers).
PowerSuite software is included with the PARSTAT 2263, and offers the ability to perform many of the standard techniques (such as CV, LSV, Tafel Plot, EIS, etc.), but also perform these techniques sequentially using the powerful Auto-execute functions built into the software.