A category of electroanalytical methods used in analytical chemistry and various industrial processes. In voltammetry, information about an analyte is obtained by measuring the current as the potential is varied.
The analytical data for a voltammetric experiment comes in the form of a voltammagram which plots the current produced by the analyte versus the potential of the working electrode.
  • Elite-EDC series employ a measurement referenced to ground, with known counter electrode voltage, the voltage difference is easily calculated.

Basic requirements: Elite Controller and Elite

Device I-V Curve

Typically represented as a chart or graph, between the electric current through a circuit, device, or material, and the corresponding voltage, or potential difference across it.
  • Programmable voltage output

  • Maximum update rate is 100 sps (sample per second)

Basic requirements: Elite Controller and Elite

Continuous Electrical Monitoring

Though continuously measuring and recording resistance/ current/ voltage of a specimen, researchers can monitor aging effects on materials, investigate electrical properties of thin films(polymer/ semiconductors…etc), and record real-time data from sensors or wearable eletronics.
Integrated with wireless/lightweight and continuous electrical measurement features, Elite faciliates In-Situ reasearch on electrochemistry/ material science and engineering, and also creates a portable/ wearable solution for sensor development.
  • Wirelessly measuring resistance, voltage, and current versus time

Basic requirements: Elite Controller and Elite

Actively Capture Time-lapse Photography of Electrical Properties.

Elite can not only continually read and record your specimen’s electrical behavior, but also supply a voltage to the specimen, generating and acquiring data through an active approach. Learn More…