Our electrochemical workstations IM6 and Zennium base on an universal and modular data acquisition system. Together with the Thales software package we offer all standard electrochemical methods at a mouse click.



CIMPS is an universal photo- and spectro-electrochemical workstation for a wide field of applications. You can easily extend the basic CIMPS system with various options for special fields of photo-electrochemical research.


Energy Storage & Conversion

Our power potentiostats, electronic loads and multi-channels acquisition systems provide a smart system for research and investigation on batteries, fuel cells and super caps.



Electrochemical noise has become popular as a new method of corrosion detection and prevention. ZAHNER has developed the CorrElNoise® technique, the first method to obtain both, potential noise and current noise from one electrochemical source.


We are your sophisticated partner in impedance spectroscopy

Bode plot impedance spectrum of a LiFe4Po

PAD4 Nyquist Plot

within the scope of

  • energy conversion

  • corrosion

  • general electrochemistry

  • spectroelectrochemistry


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Revolution in Compact Electrochemical Workstations

High Performance at an Affordable Price
Reliable Zahner-Quality "Made in Germany"

  • EIS Frequency Range up to 2MHz
  • Controlled Current ±2 A
  • Controlled Voltage ±12 V
  • Floating/Grounded Switchable



Zenium with IMS

iMSine for
Impedance Spectroscopy

Thales now supports intelligent Multi-Sine!

In the past multi-sine methods were suffering from a couple of severe disadvantages. The new "intelligent Multi-Sine" method developed by Zahner overcomes this drawback.

Singlesine Multisine
 single sine excitation multi sine excitation


Controlled Light Intensity

CIMPS in action


Photo-electrochemical measurements can only be reliable and of high accuracy if the light source is emitting a constant light of an exactly known intensity. This cannot be achieved by controlling the current feeding the light source but only by continuously controlling the light intensity by a calibrated photo sensor. This is what making the difference using CIMPS.