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High current Potentiostat/Galvanostat CS1350

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Product Introduction

Model CS1350 is the high current potentiostat. The maximum current output can be up to 5A, and potential control range is ±10V. It is an ideal tool for the people whose testing system requires high current. It contains a fast digital function generator, high-speed data acquisition circuitry, a potentiostat and a galvanostat. With high performance in stability and accuracy with advanced hardware and well-functioned software, it is a comprehensive research platform for corrosion, batteries, electrochemical analysis, sensor, life science and environmental chemistry etc.


(1) Electrosynthesis, electrodeposition(electroplating), anodic oxidation, etc
(2) Electrochemical analysis
(3) New energy materials (Li-ion battery, solar cell, fuel cell, supercapacitors), advanced functional materials, and sensor
(4) Corrosion study
(5) Evaluation of corrosion inhibitor, water stabilizer, coating and cathodic protection efficiency.


Potential control range: ±10V Current control range: ±5A                    
Potential control accuracy: 0.1%×full range±1mV Current control accuracy: 0.1%×full range
Potential resolution: 10μV Current sensitivity:10pA
 Potential rise time: <1μS(<10mA), <10μS(<5A) Current range: 5A~200pA, 12 ranges
Reference electrode input impedance: 1012Ω||20pF  Maximum current output: 5.0A
Compliance voltage: ±13V Current increment during scan: 1mA @1A/mS
CV and LSV scan rate: 0.001mV~10V/s Potential increment during scan: 0.076mV @1V/mS
CA and CC pulse width: 0.0001~65000s DPV and NPV pulse width: 0.0001~1000s   
SWV frequency: 0.001~100KHz Minimum potential increment in CV: 0.075mV
 AD data acquisition:16bit@1MHz, 20bit @1kHz Potential and current range: automatic
 DA resolution: 16bit, setup time: 1μs Low-pass filters: covering 8-decade
Communication Interface: USB Instrument weight: 8Kg, dimensions: 36 x 38 x 14 cm
EIS (Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy)
Signal generator
Frequency range:10μHz~1MHz AC amplitude:1mV~2500mV
Frequency accuracy:0.005% DC Bias: -10V~+10V
Output impedance:50Ω Waveform: sine wave, triangular wave and square wave
Wave distortion:<1% Scanning mode: logarithmic/linear, increase/decrease
Signal analyzer
Integral time:minimum:10ms or the longest time of a cycle Maximum:10cycles or 105s Measurement delay: 0~105 s
DC compensation
Potential compensation range:-10V~+10V Current compensation range:-1A~+1A
Bandwidth: 8-decade frequency range, automatic and manual setting 


Techniques - model CS1350
Stable polarization

  • Open Circuit Potential (OCP)
  • Potentiostatic (I-T curve)
  • Galvanostatic
  • Potentiodynamic (Tafel plot)
  • Galvanodynamic (DGP)

Transient Polarization

  • Multi Potential Steps
  • Multi Current Steps
  • Potential Stair-Step (VSTEP)
  • Galvanic Stair-Step (ISTEP)

Chrono Method

  • Chronopotentiometry (CP)
  • Chronoamperametry (CA)
  • Chronocaulometry (CC)


  • Linear Sweep Voltammetry (LSV)
  • Cylic Voltammetry (CV)
  • Staircase Voltammetry (SCV)
  • Square Wave Voltammetry (SWV)
  • Differential Pulse Voltammetry (DPV)
  • Normal Pulse Voltammetry (NPV)#
  • Differential Normal Pulse Voltammetry (DNPV)
  • AC Voltammetry (ACV)
  • 2nd harmonic AC Voltammetry (SHACV)
  • Fourier Transform AC Voltammetry (FTACV)


  • Differential Pulse Amperometry (DPA)
  • Double Differential Pulse Amperometry (DDPA)
  • Triple Pulse Amperometry (TPA)
  • Integrated Pulse Amperometric Detection (IPAD)

Stripping Voltammetry

  • Potentiostatic Stripping
  • Linear Stripping
  • Staircase Stripping
  • Square Wave Stripping
  • Differential Pulse Voltammetry Stripping
  • Normal Pulse Voltammetry Stripping
  • Differential Normal Pulse Voltammetry Stripping

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS)

  • EIS vs Frequency (IMP)
  • EIS vs Time (IMPT)
  • EIS vs Potential (IMPE)(Mott-Schottky)

Corrosion Measurements

  • Cyclic polarization curve (CPP)
  • Linear polarization curve (LPR)
  • Electrochemical Potentiokinetic Reactivation (EPR)
  • Electrochemical Noise (EN)
  • Zero resistance Ammeter (ZRA)

Battery test

  • Battery Charge and Discharge
  • Galvanostatic Charge and Discharge (GCD)
  • Potentiostatic Charging and Discharging(PCD)
  • Potentiostatic Intermittent Titration Technique(PITT)
  • Galvanostatic Intermittent Titration Technique(GITT)

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