The AIS DLK MP-1 micro-pstat offers the user all of the basic voltammetric analysis techniques in the palm of your hand. This new system may be controlled wirelessly with any iPhone or iPad, or by cable to any PC or Mac computer. This is a great tool for education and can be easily operated by anyone, whether a high school student or experienced researcher.
Specifications: +/- 2 volts, nA to uA operation with mA options, Bluetooth and USB communication, microSD card data storage and output trigger controls, easy to interface to electrochemical cells with a direct cell cable or directly with our new screen printed electrodes. The DLK MP-1's internal battery will last a minimum of 20 hours running continuously, and higher capacity options are also available.
Ask about our Sequencing Option, which allows for unattended
New DLK Micro-Pstat-1 Kit
This new DLK MP-1 Kit includes everything that is needed for a complete portable voltammetric lab. This instrument can perform metal analysis, biogeochemical analysis, and even work in an unattended mode of operation. The kit includes the ability to stir and degas samples so one can perform stripping analyses with ease. The kit also includes all electrodes, a 100um gold working electrode, a platinum counter electrode and a Ag/AgCl reference electrode. This portable lab system will be able to run continuously for most of a day on a single charge.
See our new Polishing Station for solid electrodes.
This new system makes it a breeze to polish any of our working electrodes.
What our clients say
“AIS has been the only company making equipment capable of doing voltammetry in the settings we work in for decades.”
“The new architecture for these potentiostats has opened up whole new areas of research for us, long battery life and great performance is a game changer!”
“MP-1 potentiostats are the easiest to learn, give the most robust signals, and are the longest lasting and toughest little units I have ever worked with.”
"In the past two decades AIS deployable systems have always provided reliable, high quality electrochemical data from ocean depths; leading to numerous scientific breakthroughs. With the advance of the miniaturized, but even more powerful AIS-ISEA-X, I expect a remarkable increase in the number of deployments and data generation on marine redox systems, ranging from marine oxygen gradients to deep-sea and shallow water hydrothermal vents and seeps. "