Photoelectrochemical (PEC) water splitting for solar fuels production (hydrogen or chemicals) is widely accepted as one of the most promising technologies for sustainable energy utilization. Photoelectrocatalysis can improve the solar to hydrogen conversion efficiency (STH) via accelerating the photogenerated electron-hole separation by applying a bias voltage, which is more efficient than that in the photocatalytic process. Thus, photoelectrocatalysis could be an ideal technology for environmental pollution control and clean energy production.
Combined with the years of experience of its own and the top laboratories in photocatalysis, PEC 1000 photoelectrocatalytic testing device of Perfectlight has been greatly improved in terms of automation and accuracy, which can meet the needs of the researchers in photoelectrocatalysis for current-voltage curve, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, hydrogen and oxygen generation, faraday efficiency and other major parameters of photocatalytic materials.
Photoelectric protection box
Power supply management: provide power in the protection box;
Tunable chopper frequency;
Precisely control the reactor location;
Digital display of chopping frequency;
A set of electric displacement platforms;
A set of adjustable frequency chopper;
One standard power cord;
One set of controllable sockets;
A protection box;
A set of crates;
 H.-H. Zou, W.-Q. Li, H. Zhang, et al., An unexpected broad-spectral absorbed lanthanum oxychloride and lanthanum titanate heterostructure promoted photoelectrocatalytic hydrogen evolution, Chemical Engineering Journal, 2021, 404, 126567.
 J. Zheng, Y. Lyu, M. Qiao, et al., Photoelectrochemical Synthesis of Ammonia on the Aerophilic-Hydrophilic Heterostructure with 37.8% Efficiency, Chem, 2019, 5, 617-633.