All of Gamry's instruments are floating and have been since the first unit rolled off the production line in 1989. Gamry prides itself on providing the highest electrical isolation in the industry. The ability to couple with loads and power supplies is a good indicator of our floating capability.
Gamry Instruments has long given you the ability to modify your standard experiments as needed, or even develop your own experiments. All of our experimental scripts are written using an open-source scripting language, developed by Gamry, called Explain™.
The Accuracy Contour Plot gives you valuable information about a potentiostat’s EIS performance and accuracy. It allows you to compare the Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy capability of any potentiostat.
Our sales and support staff consists of electrochemists and corrosion scientists available to discuss your applications, assist you with data analysis, or just offer advice on how to make the most out of your Gamry Instrument.
Gamry has been at the forefront of electrochemical corrosion testing since our inception in 1989. Our customers have told us that ease of use and reduced acquisition time are the most important features for their research.
Gamry’s potentiostats are well suited for battery testing of materials to coin cells and all the way to large format cells. We even have a system for stack testing. All of our potentisotats are electrically isolated from earth-ground.
Our paints and coatings customers have told us that ease of use and reduced acquisition time are the most important features for their research.
Photovoltaic researchers looking for a complete solution will find Gamry's IMPS/IMVS quite capable of helping the researcher find the answers they need.
Most sensors are amperometric or impedimetric. Gamry makes it easy for researchers to generate and analyze data from either of these sensors.
Gamry provides several systems for fuel cell development and testing. We also include tools designed to improve data analysis and workup.
Testing for supercapacitors is very similar to testing of batteries, just on a faster time scale. We have a number of recommended setups for the supercapacitor researcher.
Our software toolkits let OEMs take control of our instruments from their own software providing a seamless interface for data acquisition.
The EIS Box is a multiplexed eight channel instrument designed for impedance measurements on batteries (or other devices such as supercapacitors or fuel cells) and is typically used in conjunction with a battery cycler.