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520 - Multi-function Frequency Response Analyser

A giant step to upgrade Impedance Analysis

ae520miniphotoThe MaterialsM 520 produced by Materials Mates Italia, is a low noise, multi-function Frequency Response Analyser (FRA). Used with a Potentiostat the 520 becomes a high performance impedance analyser designed for materials and energy research applications both in academia and industry.

Combining the 520 with a Potentiostat such as the MaterialsM 510, 515 or the Dielectric 530 or the Amel Labs Series, creates the high performance research instrument you would expect for electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS). Included is the ability to operate in high noise environments and provide accurate and integral data for science and industry.

The 520 uses the MM electrochemistry application software – ZedScope. ZedScope is included with the 520, intuitively simple, with standard and custom algorithms including the common Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) techniques and a user-friendly graphical interface.

MMATES ITALIA

For more info and purchasing, please visit the 520’s Materials Mates web page.

Also, you can download the ZedScope software from same site.

Main features:

  • 10uHz to 2 MHz Wide frequency range
  • High phase accuracy 0.05% 10 points/sec
  • single frequency impedance
  • Small and compact size
  • – < 3kg Electrochemical Impedance spectroscopy (EIS) with optional Potentiostat

Interface to any Potentiostat

Interface connections allow the 520 to interface to any Potentiostat with analogue I/O functionality

Improved data integrity

The 520 has a high phase accuracy and a low noise footprint that can be used to achieve research based on a higher degree of data integrity.
Expandable to 50 channels

Modular and compact

the 520 is designed to operate in parallel for multi channel synchronous operations.

Adaptable software included

ZedScope software included with the 520, intuitively simple, with standard and custom algorithms    including    the    common Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) techniques and a user-friendly graphical interface

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