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  • AMETEK Solartron SI-9300R Battery Analyzer: A complete solution for the characterization of high energy and power cells

    AMETEK Solartron SI-9300R Battery Analyzer: A complete solution for the characterization of high energy and power cells

    AMETEK Solartron Analytical is proud to introduce the recently developed SI-9300R Battery Analyzer.
     
    The SI-9300R is a modular, multichannel battery analyzer that offers unrivaled measurement and diagnostic capabilities for the analysis of battery cell technologies intended for energy and power applications.
  • Solartron Analytical MaterialsLab XM

    Solartron Analytical MaterialsLab XM

    Materials Lab XM is an application specific XM (Xtreme Measurement) product that is primarily focused on materials research. The Materials Lab XM product provides a fully integrated reference grade time domain and AC measurement platform. No need to switch sample connections between techniques. Time domain measurements include I-V (current voltage) characterization as well as fast pulse techniques.

  • Solartron Analytical SolarLab XM

    Solartron Analytical SolarLab XM

    Solartron Analytical'sSolarLab XM is an application specific XM (Xtreme Measurement) product that is primarily focused on solar cell / photovoltaic research, developed in conjunction with Professor Laurie Peter of the University of Bath, UK. SolarLab XM includes a reference grade potentiostat, frequency response analyzer (FRA) and PhotoEchem module that provide complete characterization of a wide range of Solar/PV cells, including Perovskite and Dye Sensitized Solar Cells (DSSC).

  • Solartron Analytical EchemLab XM

    Solartron Analytical EchemLab XM

    Solartron Analytical'sEchemLab XM is an application specific XM (Xtreme Measurement) product that is primarily focused on corrosion/coatings, and physical/analytical electrochemistry. EchemLab XM includes a reference grade potentiostat and frequency response analyzer (FRA). EchemLab XM has a built-in 100 V high voltage amplifier which can be used for not only for compliance measurements but also for high voltage cell polarization. This is useful in many high solution resistance applications, for example in organic electrochemistry. In addition to high voltage, power boosters can also be integrated to combine high current and high voltage in many specialized plating applications.

  • Solartron Analytical introduces the Apps-Lab XM Series

    Solartron Analytical introduces the Apps-Lab XM Series

    Solartron Analytical’s new Apps-XM series of Xtreme Measurement products are each precisely focused on the requirements for specific applications.  These exciting new products have a much smaller footprint than most competitive units - delivering unmatched XM measurement performance while taking less of your restricted lab space.  Each XM module is individually calibrated using Solartron Analytical’s unique multi-point calibration and tested to rigorous standards ensuring best accuracy.

  • Solartron Analytical EnergyLab Electrochemical Impedance Analyzer

    Solartron Analytical EnergyLab Electrochemical Impedance Analyzer

    Solartron Analytical's new EnergyLab XM is an application specific XM (Xtreme Measurement) Electrochemical Impedance Analyzer that is primarily focused on battery / fuel cell / supercapacitor research.

    EnergyLab XM includes a reference grade potentiostat, frequency response analyzer (FRA) and 2A booster. The unit may be operated in boosted or unboosted mode (with automatic switching), providing optimum test conditions and accuracy for a wide range of energy devices.

    EnergyLab XM’s extreme sensitivity allows complete characterization of prototype low current or low impedance new generation cells.

  • Solartron Analytical: ModuLab XM PhotoEchem System

    Solartron Analytical: ModuLab XM PhotoEchem System

    The Solarton AnalyticalModuLab® XM PhotoEchem system is a fully integrated photoelectrochemical measurement system with comprehensive techniques including IPCE, IMPS, IMVS, EIS, Photovoltage Decay, and Charge Extraction.  

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