Test Equipment Connection Announces Availability of New Hioki IM3590 Impedance Analyzer

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Test Equipment Connection announces availability of new Hioki IM3590 impedance analyzer

The newly released Hioki IM3590 chemical impedance analyzer is now available at Test Equipment Connection beginning September 10, 2012.

The IM3590, ideal for Measuring Electrochemical Impedance has Basic accuracy of ±0.05%, broad measurement frequency range of 1 mHz to 200 kHz as well as DC capabilities and high-speed measurement at up to 2 ms. Also Cole-Cole plot display, and Electrochemical material and component equivalent circuit analysis.

For Electrochemical equivalent circuit analysis, A total of four types are provided: unipolar models (1 and 2) and bipolar (3 and 4) models.

Typical measurement parameters :Rs (Solution resistance) R1,R2 (Charge transfer resistance)
C1,C2 (Electric double layer capacitance) CPE1,CPE2 (Constant Phase Element) L1 (Inductance)

Features Include
Supports low-frequency measurements starting at 1 mHz. Frequencies as low as 1 mHz are needed to measure the electrochemical impedance of phenomena such as ion behavior. With an upper frequency limit of 200 kHz, Model IM3590 can also be used to measure properties such as solution resistance.

Display a variety of graphs, including Cole-Cole plots. The IM3590 can perform frequency sweep measurement at up to 801 points and display Cole-Cole plots. It can also perform level-sweep and time-interval measurements.

Measure 18 parameters, including dielectric constant and conductivity In addition to Z, Y, è, Rs (ESR), Rp, Rdc (DC resistance), X, G, B, Ls, Lp, Cs, Cp, D (tan ó), Q, and T, the IM3590 can measure the dielectric constant (å) and conductivity (ó).

Equivalent circuit analysis of electrochemical materials and components. The IM3590 provides four electrochemical component models and is capable of isolating and analyzing properties such as charge transfer resistance and electric double layer capacitance. It also provides five equivalent circuit analysis types for normal circuit elements, materials, and components.

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Michael Novello
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