Software utilizes various voltammetry techniques.

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PowerPULSE performs electrochemically-based analytical measurements with potentiostats/galvanostats. Product offers 12 techniques, along with capability to create, modify, and save custom techniques. Graphics capabilities permit up to 4 different plots of same data to be viewed simultaneously on screen as well as capability to add previously acquired data as overlay. Software can also link techniques in sequence: those within PowerPULSE or those from different modules.

Original Press Release:

Princeton Applied Research Announces the Latest Addition to their Electrochemistry Software Suite, PowerPULSE

Oak Ridge, TN - Princeton Applied Research has announced the introduction of their latest software module for their Electrochemistry PowerSuite series, PowerPULSE, for performing electrochemically-based analytical measurements with their world-class potentiostats/galvanostats.

The PowerPULSE software offers twelve techniques to select from, along with the capability to create, modify, and save additional custom techniques. Analytical voltammetry techniques include Squarewave, Differential Pulse, Normal Pulse, and Reverse Normal Pulse Voltammetry, and are complemented with data analysis tools such as Peak Analysis and Line Fit. Also included in PowerPULSE are Recurrent Potential and Galvanic Pulse techniques, which are multi-step pulse and/or cycling techniques for performing experiments such as charge/discharge cycles on batteries. The graphics capabilities in PowerPULSE permit up to four different plots of the same data to be viewed simultaneously on the screen, as well as the capability to add previously acquired data as an overlay for comparative purposes.

PowerPULSE, like all PowerSuite modules, offers the ability to link techniques in a sequence, either the techniques within PowerPULSE, or techniques from a different module, such as EIS techniques from PowerSINE.

For more information, contact Rob Roberts, Product Manager, Princeton Applied Research, 801 S. Illinois Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37830: 800-366-2741 or visit the company website:

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