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- Corrosion studies
- Battery research and fuel cells
- Solar cells
- Ceramics / composites
- Electronic component development
- Civil engineering
Designed to provide cost-effective DC and AC analysis in electrochemical and materials research, the 1260A features an outstanding measurement specification for impedance spectroscopy, with a frequency range extending from 10 µHz to 32 MHz. The 1260A can be operated standalone for high bandwidth impedance tests on materials, or in combination with the 1287A for impedance spectroscopy with a 10 µHz to 1 MHz frequency range. Computer control is via IEEE488 (GPIB) interface, using Solartron’s popular ZPlot/Corrware software.
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Electrochemistry Combined with a potentiostat such as model 1287.
- Corrosion and corrosion protection
- Properties of organic and inorganic coatings and films
- Development of solid electrolytes for oxygen sensors
- Development of novel anode/cathode materials and electrolytes
- Animal and plant tissue properties
- Photoelectric effects
Materials Testing Combined with a 1296 Dielectric Interface and temperature test equipment.
- Supercapacitor/fuel cell electrochemistry
- Relaxation processes in the molecular dynamics of liquid crystals, polymers and liquids
- Charge transport in semiconductors, organic crystals, ceramics, etc
- Analysis of chemical reactions, polymerisation and curing
- Novel gas and liquid sensors
- Insulating and semiconductor material characterisation
- Quality control in the production of insulators, printed circuit boards, etc.
- Electrical and mechanical property characterisation
- Components and complete circuits
- 1 mHz to 20 kHz operating frequency range
- 1 mHz max. frequency resolution
- 1% magnitude and 1 degree accuracy
- 0.02 dB and 0.2 degree resolution
- Polarisation voltage range +/- 10.22 V
- Single-sine detection mode
- Manual or computer control via IEEE488 (GPIB) interface.