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  product name:Electrochemiluminescent Instrument ECL20
 
  product model:ECL20  
  product description:
 
 

ECL20 is computer controlled, fully automatic electrochemiluminescent instrument. The instrument uses the 16-bit DAC and 16-bit ADC for high resolution and accuracy. The system contains an advanced MCU for digital function generator with a high speed data acquisition circuit and a potentiostat. The compliance voltage is ±12 V, the output potential range is ±10 V and the current range is ±250 mA. The instrument is capable of measuring current down to 100 pA. 

 

The data of the electrochemical and luminescent response are collected simultaneously. The software provides many powerful functions, such as straightforward file handling, extensive experimental control, flexible plots, various data analyses, and efficient digital simulation. Additional features include macro commands, working electrode conditioning, color, legend and font selection, data interpolation, visual baseline correction, data point removal, signal averaging and Fourier spectrum.

 

The instrument is powerful, automatic and affordable. It is particularly useful for electroluminescent applications.

 

Hardware Specification

Electroluminescent Instrument   

Response of the PMT wavelength: 230-920 nm

PMT Activated Potential5000-10000 mV

PMT Dark Current<1 mV      

Potentiostat and Galvanostat and AC Impedance

Maximum current: ±250 mA in 12 current scales

Compliance Voltage: ±12 V

Potentiostat rise time: < 1 μs, 0.8 μs typical

Output potential ranges: ±10 V

Potential resolution: 0.0015% of potential range

Potential accuracy: ±1 mV, ±0.01% of scale

Output potential noise: < 10 μV

Measured current range: ±10 pA to ±250 mA in 12 current scales

Measured current resolution: < 10 fA

Input bias current: < 50 pA

2- or 3- or 4-electrode configuration

Floating (isolated from earth) or earth ground (GND)

Galvanostat applied current range: 3 nA - 250 mA

Output current accuracy: 20 pA ±0.2% if > 3e-7A, ±1% otherwise

Output current resolution: 0.03% of applied current range

Measured potential range: ±0.025, ±0.1, ±0.25, ±1, ±2.5, ±10 V in 3 scales

Measured potential resolution: 0.0015% of measured range

Fast waveform update: 16-bit DAC at 10 MHz or 24-bit DAC at 1 MHz

Fast data acquisition: 16-bit ADC at 1 MHz

Reference electrode input impedance: 1x1012 ohm

Dimensions: 15.30 (W) x 9.50”(D) x 5.10”(H)

Weight: 4.2 kg for workstation and 1.5 kg for PMT cage

 

Electroluminescent techniques (9 methods

Cyclic Voltammetry (CV)Linear Sweep Voltammetry (LSV)Chronoamperometry (CA)Differential Pulse Voltammetry (DPV)Normal Pulse Voltammetry (NPV)Square Wave Voltammetry (SWV)Amperometric i-t Curve (IT)Differential Pulse Amperometry (DPA) Triple Pulse Amperometry (TPA)

 

Electrochemical Techniques (30 methods

Cyclic Voltammetry (CV)Linear Sweep Voltammetry (LSV)Staircase Voltammetry (SCV), Tafel Plot (TAFEL), Chronoamperometry (CA), Anson Plot (AP), Differential Pulse Voltammetry (DPV), Normal Pulse Voltammetry (NPV), Differential Normal Pulse Voltammetry (DNPV), Square Wave Voltammetry (SWV), AC Voltammetry (ACV), 2nd Harmonic AC Voltammetry (SHACV), Fourier Transform AC Voltammetry (FTACV), Amp, erometri, c i-t Curve (i-t), Differential Pulse Amperometry (DPA), Double Differential Pulse Amperometry (DDPA), Triple Pulse Amperometry (TPA), Integrated Pulse Amperometric Detection (IPAD), Bulk Electrolysis with Coulometry (BE), Hydrodynamic Modulation Voltammetry (HMV) , Sweep-Step Functions (SSF), Multi-Potential Steps (STEP), AC Impedance (IMP), Impedance - Time (IMPT), Impedance - Potential (IMPE), Chronopotentiometry (CP), Chronopotentiometry with Current Ramp (CPCR), Multi-Current Steps (ISTEP), Potentiometric Stripping Analysis (PSA), Electrochemical Noise Measurement (ECN), Open Circuit Potential - Time (OCPT)

 

Software Interface

  

Software Features for ECL20 Electroluminescent Instrument. The electrochemical and luminescent response are collected simultaneously. A typical three electrode system uses Au as working, 3.0 M KCl Ag/AgCl as reference and Pt as counter. The solution is 0.1 M PBS,0.1 M TPA10.5 uM Ru(bpy)32+.Red line is the electrochemical signal while blue line is electroluminescent data. 

 

 
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