µStat-i 400 (Bi)potentiostat / Galvanostat / Impedance Analyzer (MultiplEIS®)



Portable dual channel bipotentiostat/galvanostat/impedance analyzer (MultiplEIS® technology) that can be used to work with multiple electroanalytical methods and allows your research in a wide range of applications.


Key Features:
  • Small and robust (bi)potentiostat/galvanostat/EIS
  • MultiplEIS® technology for bipotentiostat EIS measurements
  • Includes 25 electrochemical techniques
  • Wireless and USB PC connection
  • Battery powered
  • Powerful software including specific EIS data treatment features
  • Suitable for many different applications including in-situ EIS analysis
  • Can be used with SPEs or with conventional electrodes
Available techniques:
  • Voltammetry: Linear Sweep Voltammetry, Cyclic Voltammetry, Square Wave Voltammetry, Differential Pulse Voltammetry, Normal Pulse Voltammetry, Differential Normal Pulse Voltammetry, AC Voltammetry and Linear Polarization Resistance
  • Amperometry: Amperometric Detection, Zero Resistance Amperometry, Fast Amperometry, Pulsed Amperometric Detection, Multipulsed Amperometric Detection and Coulometric Detection
  • EIS/FRA 
  • Galvanostat: Linear Sweep Potentiometry, Cyclic Potentiometry, Potentiometric Detection (galvanostatic), Zero Current Potentiometry (OCP), Fast Potentiometry, Potentiometric Stripping Analysis (galvanostatic), Potentiometric Stripping Analysis (faradaic), Multipulsed Potentiometric Detection
  • Mixed techniques: Linear Sweep Voltammetry + Amperometric Detection and Cyclic Voltammetry + Amperometric Detection
Potential range: ±4 V
Maximum measurable current: ±40 mA
Operating modes: BiPotentiostat/Galvanostat/MultiplEIS®
Power: Li-ion battery, USB, DC charger adaptor
PC interface: Wireless, USB
Dimensions: 13.2 x 10.0 x 3.6 cm
Weight: 540 gr
Software: DropView 8400
Additional information:

3 year warranty

Scope of delivery:

1 x µStat-i 400, 1 x I-CABSTAT cable, USB cable, charger with adaptors, DropView 8400 Software and carryng case.


Characterization and performance studies of field-effect transistors (FETs) using μStat-i 400