At the 69th annual meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry, we will give you insights into our wide range of measurement solutions for your electrochemical systems. We are hosted by our UK/Scandinavia distributor and experienced electrochemical sensor manufacturer, Zimmer & Peacock Ltd. Come and meet us at our booth to discuss your electrochemical challenges.
Celebrate with us 40 years of EXPERIENCE in electrochemical impedance spectroscopy!
ZAHNER ZENNIUM X and ZENNIUM pro
The new Goldstandard of Electrochemical Workstations based on 40 years of experience in electrochemistry!
Both ZENNIUM X and ZENNIUM pro come with our new THALES XT Software Suite, which unites an exceptional functionality with easy, WINDOWS® conform accessibility.
THALES XT Software Suite
The CIMPS-LEB is an indispensable supplement for all CIMPS applications using CIMPS-LED light sources. It serves as a light exclusion box and at the same time as a Faraday’s cage.
The CIMPS optical bench fits directly into a fixture. The box is compatible with all single wavelength light sources as well as with the tunable light source TLS03. The cover with top and attached front and sides can be tilted up granting free access to the complete optical bench. Three blanketed openings on three sides are leading all cables into the box but block the light.
Deep UV LED Lightsources
Deep UV lightsources with 265nm, 285nm and 300nm available with typical intensity up to 12 W/m².
Ultra High-Power UV Lightsource
The UVR365-2 LED lightsource with a wavelength of 365nm and a typical light intensity of 2000 W/m² is now available.
A Revolution in Compact Workstations for Electrochemistry
High Performance at an Affordable Price
Reliable Zahner-Quality "Made in Germany"
- EIS Frequency Range up to 2MHz
- Controlled Current ±2 A
- Controlled Voltage ±12 V
- Floating/Grounded Switchable
The Next Generation of MultiSine Excitation
Thales now supports intelligent Multi-Sine!
In the past multi-sine methods were suffering from a couple of severe disadvantages. The new "intelligent Multi-Sine" method developed by Zahner overcomes this drawback.
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A Promising Diagnosis Approach in Electrochemical Power Generation and Conversion
Institute of Energy and Process Systems Engineering, TU Braunschweig
Department of Material Science and Chemical Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering, Dalian University of Technology