VersaSTAT FRA Activation/EIS Modeling Software

Wednesday, February 21, 2018




Princeton Applied Research Launches Bundle:  Activation of VersaSTAT FRA and ZSIMPWIN

Providing both Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) data acquisition and analysis together

Oak Ridge, TN-  Each VersaSTAT potentiostat from Princeton Applied Research, a unit of AMETEK Scientific Instruments, is equipped with a Frequency Response Analyzer (FRA) that can be easily activated and used to run impedance experiments.  ZSimpWin modeling software can be used to fit the data.  AMETEK® is offering special bundled pricing, combining FRA activation and ZSimpWin!

The FRA is used to study electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS). Benefits of  studying EIS with comprehensive modeling software include:

  • EIS is a fast, non-destructive method that measures electrochemical processes occurring at different time scales.
  • EIS answers many common questions in electrochemistry:
    • What is the equivalent series resistance (ESR) of my device? What is the state-of-charge of my battery?
    • What is the solution resistance of my cell? What is my rate of electron transfer?
    • Is my coating failing? Is my inhibitor effective?
  • Modeling software ZSimpWin overcomes the requirement of initial starting parameters for the EIS data fit. Click here for more details:  ZSimpWin.

Activating the FRA requires no downtime and is done by users in their laboratory.

For more details regarding applications and specifications, users can visit ameteksi.com, email rachel.svoboda@ametek.com, or your local sales contact.

Princeton Applied Research is a business unit of AMETEK Scientific Instruments within AMETEK, Inc.’s Advanced Technologies (AMT) division.  AMETEK, Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with annual sales of approximately $4.0 billion.