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USB Issue in Interface 1000 Potentiostat

Posted by gamry on February 18, 2015

If you recently purchased a Gamry Interface 1000 Potentiostat and are experiencing a problem connecting it to a computer, your computer may have the Intel USB 3.

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Bad or Unresponsive USB Connection with Potentiostat

Posted by gamry on December 11, 2014

Occasionally a Reference or Interface potentiostat will be plugged into a computer’s USB port and will not be detected.

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Custom Scripting with the EXPLAIN Scripting Language

Posted by gamry on March 12, 2014

The flexibility of Gamry’s Framework software is largely due to its foundation built around the EXPLAIN scripting language.

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TDC4 Port Number Change

Posted by gamry on September 18, 2012

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Field Powering Your USB Potentiostat

Posted by gamry on September 17, 2012

A number of users bring potentiostats into the field and need a reliable source of short term power for experiments.

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OptiEIS: Signal optimization takes too long or chooses wrong range

Posted by gamry on November 9, 2011

The signal optimization step of the OptiEIS experiments can take (at a minimum) as long as 2 cycles of the minimum frequency entered during setup.

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Using “vs. OCP” for Potentials Set in the Sequence Wizard

Posted by gamry on October 24, 2011

The Sequence Wizard includes steps to produce many of the same experiments that you can access from the main Experiment menu.

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Measuring Time Lag in Sequence Wizard

Posted by gamry on October 24, 2011

Experimental steps can be sequenced together using the sequence wizard, including digital out events to trigger external equipment.

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Using the Multiplexer Setup Script

Posted by gamry on October 24, 2011

In addition to controlling up to eight electrochemical cells in sequence, the ECM8 also has local potentiostats on each channel.

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