The Sequence Wizard includes steps to produce many of the same experiments that you can access from the main Experiment menu. However, the sequencer steps do not automatically carry out the open circuit potential measurement. If you plan to run an experiment with a potential “vs. Eoc”, you must be sure to include an Open Circuit Potential step somewhere in your sequence. The Sequence Wizard will utilize this value in all following steps that require referencing an open circuit potential. For example: A sequence includes the steps Open Circuit Potential, Polarization Resistance, and Potentiostatic EIS. The Polarization Resistance and Potentiostatic EIS potentials are set with potentials “vs. Eoc”. Both steps will use the Eoc established by the Open Circuit Potential step.
Microsoft is Ending Support for Windows 7
Microsoft will discontinue support for Windows 7 on January 14, 2020 which means Gamry will also be discontinuing support for Windows 7. If you are upgrading to Windows 10, like many companies and institutions, you need to be running Version 7 of our software. Please note that only USB and Ethernet-based instruments can run in Version 7. Eligible users can download the latest version of our software through our online Client Portal.
If you haven’t already registered your instrument, you can do so through the Client Portal.
Please email Technical Support if you have any questions regarding this transition. Please be sure to include your instrument model and serial number when contacting us.