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  product name:ECL10 Electrochemiluminescent Analyzer
  product model:ECL10  
  product description:
Ingsens ECL10 is a computer-controlled and fully automatic electrochemiluminescent (ECL) analyzer. Both the ECL and electrochemical signal can be detected simultaneously or independently. The system contains an advanced MCU for digital function generator with a high speed data acquisition circuit, ECL acquisition board and a potentiostat. The instrument provides a very wide dynamic range of luminescence experimental sensitivity scales using a multiple-pixel photon counter (MPPC). The instrument with MPPC detector utilizes very small pixels arrayed at high densities to achieve a high sensitivity, low afterpulse, wide dynamic range and a fast recovery time for ECL measurement. The spectral response of the MPPC is 320-900 nm with a maximum response at 460 nm. The number of MPPC pixel is 40000, using a 70 V driving potential. The output potential range is ±2.4 V and the current range of ±2 mA for the potentiostat. The potentiostat is capable of measuring current down to 100 pA. The size of the instrument is 24.3 cm (W) × 20.3 cm (D) × 8.1 cm (H) with a net weight of 800 g, and it is powered through a USB port, without any need for an AC adapter or batteries.
Hardware Specifications
Wave response of multiple-pixel photon counter: 320-920 nm       
Maximum wave response of photon counter: 460 nm
Number of pixels: 40000
Photosensitive area of photon counter: 3 x 3 mm
Driving potential for photon counter: +70 V         
Maximum ECL response: 27 %
Potentiostat output potential: ±2.4 V
Potentiostat current range: ±2 mA
Input Impedance of Reference Electrode: 1012 ohm
Minimum Potential Increment in Sweep Techniques: 0.1 mV
Current scale: 10-9 - 0.001 A in 7 ranges
Input bias current: < 100 pA
Current measurement resolution: < 1 pA
Power: supplied by PC through USB port
Electroluminescent techniques (7 methods)
Cyclic Voltammetry (CV),Linear Sweep Voltammetry (LSV),Chronoamperometry (CA),Differential Pulse Voltammetry (DPV),Normal Pulse Voltammetry (NPV),Square Wave Voltammetry (SWV),Amperometric i-t Curve (IT)
 Electrochemical Techniques (17 methods)
Cyclic Voltammetry (CV),Linear Sweep Voltammetry (LSV),Chronoamperometry (CA), Anson Plot (AP), Differential Pulse Voltammetry (DPV), Normal Pulse Voltammetry (NPV), Differential Normal Pulse Voltammetry (DNPV), Square Wave Voltammetry (SWV), AC Voltammetry (ACV), Amperometric i-t Curve (i-t), Differential Pulse Amperometry (DPA), Double Differential Pulse Amperometry (DDPA), Triple Pulse Amperometry (TPA), Sweep-Step Functions (SSF), Multi-Potential Steps (STEP), Open Circuit Potential - Time (OCPT)
Software Interface