Solartron SI 1287A Potentiostat & Galvanostat

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The Solartron SI 1287 Potentiostat and Galvanostat is part of the 12xx Family series. This device is also an electromedical interface to be used with RF analyzers. The Solartron SI 1287 Potentiostat and Galvanostat is a comprehensive and accurate device with impressive measurement resolution and simultaneous voltage and current measurement capabilities.
 

What Is The Solartron SI 1287 Potentiostat & Galvanostat Used For?

DC tests and AC impedance tests can be completed with ease with the Solartron SI 1287. In addition to being able to complete impedance testing and use Potentiostat and galvanostat testing techniques, the Solartron SI 1287 can test cyclic voltammetry. With a sleek exterior, the 1287A is 17 in x 4.25 in x 18.5 in (432 mm x 108 mm x 472 mm) and a weight of  24 lb. (11 kg). The device functions over an operating temperature range of 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C). With a user-friendly interface, wide bandwidth, and cutting-edge technology, the 1287 Potentiostat and Galvanostat can be used with a frequency response analyzer.
 

Benefits of The Solartron SI 1287

ATEC offers the Solartron SI 1287A model to allow operators to measure down to 1μV for the reference electrodes and 1pA for the working electrode. This application makes the Solartron SI 1287A the ideal choice for measurements, particularly when signal levels are low. The 1287A unit also has a DC polarization voltage range of ±14.5 V and a current range of ±2 A; the AC input voltage range is ±10 V, with a gain of  x1. x0.01 and an impedance of 10 kΩ.

Known for its accuracy, the Solartron SI 1287 uses floating measurements on all connections and offers complete flexibility for cell connection. The 2-terminal, 3-terminal, and 4-terminal measurement capabilities, make the Solartron SI 1287 the ideal device for a variety of testing requirements. These features allow for general materials, electrochemical, impedance testing. Specifically, corrosion and coating applications can also be utilized with 3-terminal techniques. The 4-terminal techniques allow for accurate characterization of battery and fuel cells.