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AC1 Dwe= 4 mm Electrochemical sensor
Basic amperometric three-electrode sensor with patented structure made by thick film technology.
Dimensions: 38.10 mm after breaking off (25.40 mm) x 7.26 mm x 0.63 mm
WE material: Au/Pt, Au, Pt, Ag, C
The sensor is formed on a corundum ceramic base. On to this surface the working, the reference and the auxiliary electrodes are applied. The working and the auxiliary electrodes are made of variety of materials. At the end of the sensor there is a contacting field which is connected with the active part by the silver conducting paths which are covered by a dielectric protection layer.
A bio-chemically active substance can be immobilised on the working electrode of the sensor to create a biosensor. All sensors can be equipped with heating and temperature sensing elements. Thermistor (must be calibrated) or Pt 1000 (the response corresponds to the ISO standard) can be used as the temperature sensor. The sensor is equipped with handling part which enables safe manipulation without contamination of active area. The handling part can be broken off and sensor can be inserted in the standard BVT flow cells.
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ST1.* Universal Stirrer for screen printed and classical electrodesView products
- The universal stirrer ST1 uses a common micro DC motor
- ST1 allows the solution to be mixed and the particles to be optimally transferred to the surface of the printed or conventional electrodes.
- The construction of stirrer assures the optimum mass transport with the minimum hydrodynamic noise.
- The supply voltage 0 – 5 V and the maximum current of 450 mA mean that it can be used as a USB device.
- The stirrer is manufactured from quality materials and suitable chemical measurements.
- Revolutions range: 120 – 12 000 rpm
The PalmSens4, is a USB and battery powered Potentiostat, Galvanostat, and optional a Frequency Response Analyser (FRA) for Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS). The PalmSens4 has a large potential range (-5V to 5V or -10V to 10V) and current range (100 pA to 10 mA) with a high resolution and low noise. The economical PalmSens4 is a complete laboratory instrument but its compact and rugged design makes it also ideal for field work. Connecting via Bluetooth guarantees a perfectly floating measurement.
More information can be found through the link: https://www.palmsens.com/product/palmsens4/
FC2.TL.* PMMA Flow CellRead more
The flow cell enables the use of Screen printed sensors in a flow through arrangement.
The flow cell is suitable for sensors of type AC1, AC2, CC1, CC2 and CC3.
The Screen printed sensor is inserted into the slit of cell and tightened by closing of the door. The cell ensures the wall-jet flow around the working electrode and it is optimised so that no air bubbles cumulate in the cell. The cell contains also the contact and output cable.
With the sensors enclosed in a flow cell, it is possible to measure semi-automatically or automatically using a pump or liquid switch for sample supply. Under such conditions, maximum measurement reproducibility is ensured.
TC7 Electrochemical Glass CellRead more
The TC7 is a low cost Glass Cell that is ideal for students and basic lab measurements.
The TC7 comes with a stand, specially designed for it, and the stand provides more stability and ease of use.
The Borosilicate glass cell serves for electrochemical measurements. Cell openings are designed for the SPE Electrochemical Sensors Connector KA1.C,Classical Electrodes WCEc, ACEc, RCEc, STP1.*
Stoppers for Cells, and Stirrer’s ST1 and ST3 separately.
The device enables the measurement with inserted samples.
SIRE Sensor Cell Set (Sensor with Injectable Recognition Element)Read more
The SIRE Sensor Cell Set consists of a sensor with an integrated non-removable specialised chamber.
The set also contains a syringe which will allow the injection of the recognition element (Enzyme).
The SIRE Sensor Cell uses the concept of soluble enzymes into a reaction chamber separated from the sample by a semi permeable dialysis membrane. The analyte (for example maltose), enters into the reaction chamber by diffusion. The analyte reacts with the recognition enzymes creating H2O2 which is oxidized on a screen printed Pt electrode. The current corresponds to the amount of analyte.
CC4 Electrochemical Sensor CellRead more
Conductometric sensor integrated with a specialised cell to create the CC4 Electrochemical Sensor Cell.
The CC4 sensor is formed on a corundum ceramic base. The structure consists of two platinum working electrodes (Pt WE) and an integrated thermistor on the opposite side covered by a dielectric protection layer.
Possible use of the CC4 sensor:
- Quality control of distillation
- Checking of waste waters from treatment plants, i.e. checking of Salt content
AC8 Electrochemical sensorRead more
Amperometric sensor with 4 working electrodes made by thick film technology
Dimensions: 50.8 x 8.47 x 0.63 mm
WE material: Au/Pt, Au, Pt, Ag, C
The sensor is formed on a corundum ceramic base. On to this surface four working electrodes are applied. Electrodes are made of variety of materials (see below). At the end of the sensor there is a contact. It is connected with the active part by the silver conducting path which is covered by a dielectric protection layer. Different bio-chemically active substances can be immobilised on working electrodes of the sensor.
AC1P Electrochemical sensorRead more
Amperometric three-electrode sensor with patented structure type AC1 with polished working electrode made by thick film technology.
Dimensions: 25.4 x 7.26 x 0.63 mm
WE material: Au
The sensor is formed on a corundum ceramic base. On to this surface the working, the reference and the auxiliary electrodes are applied. Working electrode has homogenous surface with roughness less than 1 µm. The working and the auxiliary electrodes are made of variety of materials. At the end of the sensor there is a contacting field which is connected with the active part by the silver conducting paths which are covered by a dielectric protection layer. A bio-chemically active substance can be immobilised on the working electrode of the sensor to create a biosensor.