Princeton Applied Research-Quartz Crystal Microbalance (Model:QCM922)

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Princeton Applied Research is proud to offer the QCM922 Quartz Crystal Microbalance.  The QCM922, an instrument developed for piezoelectric gravimetry in the ng-µg regions monitors both the resonant frequency and resonant resistance of a Pt or Au  coated AT-cut quartz crystal.  The resonant frequency changes with the effective surface mass on the crystal, and the resonant resistance changes with the viscosity of the material interfacing with the surface of the quartz crystal.  Capable of covering a wide range of applications, the QCM922 was developed primarily for applications where it is used in conjunction with a potentiostat/galvanostat as an Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance (EQCM).

With the addition of a Princeton Applied Research potentiostat/galvanostat, the QCM922 system (with the Pt or Au coated resonator serving as the working electrode) can provide information on potential, current, charge, resonant frequency (mass), and resonant resistance (viscosity) simultaneously.  This allows researchers to analyze electrochemical depositions, polymer films, formation on electrodes, corrosion, absorption, and electrochemical reaction mechanisms.  Other application areas include battery research, electroplating and biosensor development.

The QCM922 comes calibrated to operate with 9MHz ATcut quartz crystal resonators1.  This frequency range is sufficient to provide ng level measurements2 while still working with a crystal thickness that is not extremely fragile.  The frequency resolution is 0.1Hz at a sampling rate of 100ms, allowing for excellent sensitivity down into the ng region.  Sensitivity is based not only on the resolution and stability of the instrument, but also on the application and experimental design (i.e., proper shielding).  For instance, the QCM922 includes a crystal holder that is extremely flexible in application use.  It can be used as a well cell (0.5mL volume), a dip cell into a larger beaker, mated to a larger cell, or incorporated into a flow-through system of users design.

Data Collection and Software Options

Front Panel: The QCM922 has a 2-row front panel display capable of showing any two of resonant frequency, resonant resistance, or frequency.  There is also a setup menu that allows the user to configure the system independent of any control software.

Analog Outputs: In addition to the actual measured data appearing on the front panel, there are two analog channels on the rear panel that provide an analog voltage output that correlates with the resonant resistance and the frequency values.  The data from these outputs can be collected with the Auxiliary Inputs of the Princeton Applied Research potentiostat and its supporting software, simultaneously with the potential, current, or charge values when performing EQCM experiments.

Computer Interface: There are two computer interface options on the rear panel, one for RS-232 and another for GPIB.  The control commands are available in the documentation provided for the QCM922 for those interested in developing their own programs for computer operation.

WinEchem Software:  The optional WinEchem software can control the QCM922 (or the predecessor QCA917) stand-alone, as well as the Princeton Applied Research potentiostat/galvanostat Models 263, 263A, 273, 273A, and 283.  The software can control the QCM922 and the potentiostat independently, or simultaneoulsy for EQCM experiments.  The electrochemical techniques available in the WinEchem software are CV, LSV, CA, CC, CE, and Ecorr, with scan rates for this software from 1mV/sec to 1V/sec.  With the WinEchem software up to four graphs can be displayed from a single file, or a single graph can be displayed from each of four different files.  The data storage format is either a binary file, or a comma delimited ASCII file that opens directly into Microsoft® Excel.




100-120V ac or 230-240V ac, 50-60Hz,

15W of consumption



Operating Temperature

0°C to 40°C


260mm x 88mm x230mm




IEEE-488 (GPIB), RS-232

Gate Time

Variable (0.1s, 1.0s, 10.0s)

Frequency Range

1MHz – 10MHz (resolution: 0.1Hz)

Resonant Resistance Range

10Ω – 16kΩ (resolution:0.1Ω)


40 digit x 2 row

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