VersaSTAT FRA Activation/EIS Modeling Software

Thursday, May 3, 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, email, 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.