EMapScope data acquisition and analysis software developed by MappingLab provides a convenient tool for cardiac research groups who use various multi-electrode arrays studying the mechanism of cardiac arrythmias or screening anti-arrhythmic drugs.
The acquisition system is designed to record multiple data at different sampling rates up to 51.2kHz on each channel with built-in filters. The intuitive analysis system is equipped with interactive functions which ensures researchers to have instant view, measurement and report.

Amplifier & ADCs

MappingLab provides 64 channel EMS64-USB-1003, 128 channel EMS128-PXI-1002 and 256 channel EMS256-PXI-1001 amplifiers and analog to digital Converters (ADC) for electrical mapping systems. On each type of amplifiers, additional analog channels are fitted for simultaneously recording analogue signals such as ECG, MAP, pressure, tension force, temperature, etc. Various types of multi-electrode arrays are supported. The electrical mapping system is a powerful tool for cardiac and neuronal electrophysiological research.

  • 70 channels (64+6)
  • 144 channels (128+16)
  • 272 channels (256+16)


  • Support different electrophysiology experiments
  • Applicable to different cardiac tissues:
    • Sinoatrial node
    • Atrioventricular node
    • Atria preparations
    • Ventricular preparations
    • In vivo and ex vivo whole heart

Designed for studying nerve tissue, myocardial preparations and dissociated cells

  • Works in humidified environments (no electrical circuitry) e.g. cell culture incubators

Accessories and Parts

64-Ch to 32-Ch Connection Box
  • Collect up to 64 channels of analog signals
  • Can convert two individual 32 channel recording  to 64 channel  recording configuration
  • Flexible and user-friendly design
  • Capture live images from samples and monitor the position of electrodes.

Electrical Mapping System

The new generation of multi-channel electrical mapping systems are equipped with 64, 128 and 256 channel amplifiers and various types of unipolar multielectrode arrays as well as the advanced acquisition and analysis software. The activation and conduction map can be accurately illustrated from atrial, ventricular and cardiac tissues in vivo and ex vivo. This system is particularly useful to investigate the mechanisms of atrial fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia, dysfunction of cardiac conduction system and abnormal pacemaker activities.

Related Tags:

Electrical Mapping System     Cardiac Mapping     Multielectrode Arrays     Unipolar Electrode     Activation Map     Mechanism of Arrythmias     Electrical Conduction System     Pacemaker Activity