Electrochemistry Coulometric Titration Module

Price: $225

The Model 292 module connects coulometry and voltammetry experiments to the microLAB.  The Model 292 includes circuits to electrically isolate pH, REDOX, ISE, and amperometric end point detectors. 


Quick Facts

Applications: pH, Redox, Ion Selective Probing, Coulometry, Voltammetry

Features: Allows for Custom Built Sensors, User Selected Voltages for Amperometric Detectors

Technical Description

microLAB’s Coulometry Module connects coulometry and voltammetry experiments to the FS-528 general purpose input port.  Because the cell current in a coulometric experiment interferes with other electrochemical measurements in the same solution, the Coulometry Module includes circuits used in medical electronics to provide 2 kV electrical isolation for the sensor amplifiers. Redox, pH, ISE and amperometric end points may be tracked with no interference between the couometric titration and the monitoring electrode. A manual control permits the operator to set the voltage applied to the amperometric detector. Multiple sensors are easily monitored with microLAB’s user-friendly software.

Technical Specifications


5.5" x 3.6" x 1.1"

Inputs (pH/Redox/ISE) ± 2500 mV:

1-BNC connector

Electrochemistry Voltage out, Current in, Voltage in:

3-banana jack connectors (color coded)

Amperometric end-point sensor, 0-1.5 volts, 250 uA:

2-banana jack connectors (color coded)

Voltage Output:

0 to ± 2500 mV, 0 to +5000 mV

Current Range (low, medium and high sensitivity):

25 mA, 2.5 mA and 0.25 mA

microLAB Input:

CAT-5 Input A and B

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