Eco Chemie was founded in 1986 by two Dutch electrochemists. Ever since the foundation everyone within the company has been dedicated to the development, production and testing of Autolab electrochemical instruments and their software.
This Focus coupled with the flexibility of the company resulted in the finest range of potentiostats/galvanostats available today.
The Autolab range of electrochemical instrumentation is made by Eco Chemie. The flexibility of Eco Chemie is reflected in the modularity of the Autolab instruments. Potentiostat range from 12 to 100 V output voltage with the possibility to add a variety of modules throughout the lifetime of the instrument.
Some of the popular modules include:
- BIPOT (Bi-potentiostat, second working electrode)
- ADC 750 (Fast sampling module, scan rates up to 10 kV/s)
- ECD (Low current amplifier, current ranges from 10 pA to 100µ)
- MUX (Multiplexing module, possibility of measuring a maximum of 96 complete electrochemical cells or 256 working electrodes in sequence)
- FRA2 (Module for impedance spectroscopy, for battery and corrosion research)
- ECN (Timed Noise Monitoring experiments, for pitting corrosion research)
- BOOSTER 10A/20A (Current booster)
GPES for electrochemical techniques
FRA for impedance spectroscopy (in combination with the FRA2 module)
The combination of the Autolab hard- and software gives the user an unrivalled instrument to perform a wide range of electrochemical experiments. Fundamental electrochemistry and battery and fuel cell research are easily achieved with Autolab systems.