Software

UiECorr

UiECorr™ is the software package of choice for all users who are performing corrosion research with our instrumentation.

The UiECorr™ software has been optimised to allow the user to run long term series of experiments without the necessity to stay by the computer. The user can create a sequence to automatically run, for example, an Ecorr vs Time experiment followed by a Linear Polarisation Resistance experiment and then complete the sequence with a Potentiodynamic Polarisation sweep.

Alternatively a sequence can be set up to run repeat LPR experiments with embedded time delays. The polarisation resistance is automatically calculated for each run.

  • Ecorr vs Time
  • Linear Polarization Resistance (Lpr)
  • Tafel Plot
  • Potentiostatic Polarization
  • Galvanostatic Polarization
  • Potentiodynamic Polarization
  • Zero Resistance Ammetry (ZRA)

Multichannel Instruments

Multichannel experiments are available which allow one or more potentiostats to run the same experiment concurrently as one experiment.

Sequencing

The software provides support for running multiple experiments in a user-defined sequence. Once the sequence is started the experiments are run automatically, one at a time, in the order in which they appear in the sequence. Wait and Loops can also be included so that a group of one or more experiments is repeated a set number of times.

Line Graphs

The line graph module is common to all these displays and has extended features which are available through interaction with the line graph display. These displays use a template system to display all data and information. Templates are disk files which contain all the defined information required for the display.

Macros

Macros are custom experiments written in a programming language based on standard “C”. Macros operate within the main application in similar way to the standard experiments provided with the application but allow the user to construct experiments not available in the standard package.

User Program Manager

The User Program manager is used to control the stand alone experiments on a portable instrument such as the PG581 which may be used without a computer in the field.

Peak Analysis

The software allows the user to select a peak to analyze and provides tools to easily manipulate the baseline and the data included in the analysis.