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Multichannel Impedance Monitor Z# 106
For the past two decades, Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) has emerged as the most powerful of electrochemical techniques for defining reaction mechanisms, for investigating corrosion processes, and for the characterization of batteries and fuel cells.
Z# series provides all tools for the application of fuel cell stack, battery pack , multi cells and general electrochemical study requiring multichannel EIS for serial connected cells.
By employing electronic load, Z# can be used to determine the efficiency of fuel cell and anodic/cathodic process mechanisms by calculating impedance with the measurements of I and E at given frequency.
The complete system is software-controlled and all functions such as ranging, calibration, and measurements can be automated.
With Electronic load
Frequency Response Analyzer (FRA)
High Frequency Resistometry (HFR)
With 3rd parties potentiostat/galvanostat
Galvanostatic Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (GEIS)
Galvanostatic HFR (GHFR)
Potentiostatic EIS (PEIS)
Cyclic Voltammetry (CV)
Linear Sweep Voltammetry (LSV)
Square Wave Voltammetry (SWV)
Channel selection; enable/disable
Power spectrum display
Power spectrum for each channel
3D impedance plot(Real time)
Nyquist plot (Real time)
Bode plot (Real time)
EIS data analysis by ZMAN software
Single PC Auth copy is supplied at free of charge for Z#. (Please refer to the separate ZMAN catalogue)
Hardware (controller), Software, Electronic Load (option)
Front panel & Rear panel
Z#106 with Dynaload RBL488 series load
Z#106 with WonATech WEL series load
Z#106 with WonATech ZSTAT potentiostat/galvanostat
Supporting external load/Potentiostat
TDI dynaload RBL488 series
WonATech WEL Load
3rd parties potentiostat/galvanostat
Other model might be needed to set some parameters by manually.
Please contact with your regional distributor about other 3rd parties products’ availability with Z#.
20 cell EIS measurement configuration (example)
For 20 cells EIS measurement, 4 set of Z#106 is needed. Then you can measure EIS of 20 cells or 19 cells with one total fuel cell stack(or battery pack).;
One Z#106 will work as master and other 3 set of Z#106 works as slaves.
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