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Scientists are always searching for inventions and developing new methods for the detection of pathogenic bacteria in drinking water. Some of those techniques are based on electrochemical reactions, performed by a device called potentiostat. For in situ analysis, there is a high demand for hardware efficient instruments with a customized set of requirements including Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) measurements. Therefore, we developed the 'EcoStat' device. As outcome of furtherdoi:10.3390/proceedings2131506 fatcat:2g7nrd2i6fd7lmitoc52jiwefu