Energy Storage & Conversion Systems

Research on batteries, fuel cells, electrolysis cells and supercapacitors fall into this application category. Determination of State-of-Charge/State-of-Health (SOC/SOH) and of current and power density are performed on a routine basis using AC and DC measurement methods. Recording true parallel Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) data of stacked cells is of prime importance. Solar induced hydrogen production, water splitting, and artificial photosynthesis are also areas where our selection of products can be used to help develop the new generation of energy storage and conversion systems worldwide.

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  • Battery Cell Research

  • Fuel Cell & Electrolysis Cell Research

  • Electric Vehicles & Mobility

  • Battery Reuse Characterization

  • Solar Fuels

  • Artificial Photosynthesis

  • Hydrogen Production

  • Water Splitting

  • Photocatalysis

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  • Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS)

  • True Parallel EIS (max. 17 channels per unit)

  • Multichannel Sequential EIS

  • Battery Cycling Combined with EIS

  • I/E Curves

  • Cyclic Voltammetry


  • Current Density Curves

  • Power Density Curves

  • Equivalent Circuit Modeling and Simulation

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  • Squidstat Plus with EIS
  • Zennium workstations
  • EL 1000 Electronic Load
  • PMux Channel Multiplexer