Electrochemical Sensors Developer Kit

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Electrochemical Sensors Developer Kit



Category: Electrochemical sensors

We have teamed up with Zimmer & Peacock to offer you this all-in-one developer kit. It includes all you need to perform pH, potassium, glucose and oxygen sensing for life science purposes.


The kit comes with an electrochemical workstation, the compatible sensors and standard test solutions.


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€4,900.00
We have teamed up with Zimmer & Peacock to offer you this all-in-one developer kit. It includes all you need to perform pH, potassium, glucose and oxygen sensing for life science purposes.
The kit comes with an electrochemical workstation, the compatible sensors and standard test solutions.
Contact us for our other sensing solutions!
This Zimmer & Peacock developer kit includes all you need for various molecules sensing through a convenient platform.

Features & Benefits

  • All-in-one pack: USB electrochemical worstation, compatible sensors and standard test solutions
  • Various sensors (10 units of each) for monitoring of biological parameters: pH, oxygen, glucose and oxygen

Glucose sensors for monitoring through the electrochemical workstation

 

More informations about this pack in the "Specifications" and "Kit Content" tabs.

 

Applications

  • Continuous monitoring of physiological/biological parameters in vivo
  • Biological assays

Electrochemical workstation

The AnaPot mini electrochemical workstation is a complete device to perform galvanostatic and potentiostatic measurements through Zimmer & Peacock sensors.

The device is compact and USB-powered to allow an easy setup within a small area.

Datasheet upon request.

 

Sensors

10 units of each sensor are included in the pack. They can be used either in continuous or discreet mode.

The following graphs were obtained with this kit.

  • Glucose

  • Oxygen

  • pH

Raw data gathered on a pH sensor, the scientist was testing eight pH electrodes in parallel. The sensors were initially in a solution of pH 7.39, the pH was then changed to pH 9.95, next the pH was changed to 3.75 before finally changed back to 7.39.

Graph of the signal (milliVolts, mV) versus the pH. From that we have calculated our sensitivity of 51 mV/pH.

  • Potassium

Electrochemical USB workstation (x1)

Standard test solutions (x1)

Sensors:

  • Oxygen (x10)

  • Glucose (x10)

  • Potassium (x10)

  • pH (x10)

 


Microfluidics contact team

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contact@darwin-microfluidics.com


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