Series G 300 Potentiostat

Series G 300 Potentiostat
by Gamry Instruments


Research grade instrument that can be used in desktop or notebook computers. It runs all Gamry software packages. Recommended for corrosion measurement, physical electrochemistry, and sensor development. Meets the requirements for the Reduction of Hazardous Substances regulations of the European Union. All of the electronic and mechanical components in the Series G750 are certified to ...read more

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  • Research grade instrument that can be used in desktop or notebook computers. It runs all Gamry software packages.
  • Recommended for corrosion measurement, physical electrochemistry, and sensor development.
  • Meets the requirements for the Reduction of Hazardous Substances regulations of the European Union. All of the electronic and mechanical components in the Series G750 are certified to be free of lead.

The Series G 300's small size does not compromise its performance. Its output is a healthy ±300 mA at ±20 V. The Series G 300 is an excellent compromise between a reasonably high current for measuring high corrosion rates and an impressively low current for measuring impedance of organic coatings. Its 9 current ranges and post gain offset capability allow for an impressive maximum resolution of 1.0 fA (gain=100). 16-bit D/A and A/D converters, along with four terminal current and voltage measurements, provide accurate results down to 1 µV resolution. On-board electronics allow EIS scans from 10 µHz to 300 kHz without the need for an external FRA or lock-in amplifier. Extensive voltage and current channel filtering allows quiet measurements in very noisy environments. A state machine insures accurate data acquisition timing, even when you run other applications on your computer.

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Series G 300 Potentiostat by Gamry Instruments
Series G 300 Potentiostat

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