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EMapRecord-Acquisition

EMapRecord is an advanced multi-channel data acquisition software. It is mainly used in cardiac electrophysiological research.

Features -EMapRecord

  • Up to 256 channels (plus extra channels) of continuous data acquisition.
  • Programmable gain amplification.
  • Broad range of electrode array layouts available for different applications.
  • Live camera for positioning electrode arrays.
  • Online digital filtering.
  • Flexible data streaming.
  • Easy to install and operate.
  • Free software upgrades.

System Requirements

  • EMS64-USB-1003, an EMS128-PXI-1002 or an EMS256-PXI-1001
  • Windows 7, 8,10
  • MappingLab License Key

Related Applications

Case study 1- An investigation on postoperative atrial fibrillation

By |September 22nd, 2018|Categories: Application|Tags: |

(A). A Langendorff perfused heart and 32 multi-electrode arrays was placed on the right atria. (B). Layout of 32 multi-electrode arrays.(C). representative examples of right atrium waveforms and activation [...]

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Case study 2- A study on pacemaker activities in the atrial right ring

By |September 22nd, 2018|Categories: Application|Tags: |

(A). Preparation of rear wall of right atrium containing sinus node (SN) and right ring. Boxes shows position of mapping arrays covering area of SN (8×8 extracellular electrodes) and [...]

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Case study 3 –A study on GM mouse atrial & ventricular conduction

By |November 22nd, 2018|Categories: Application|Tags: |

(A). MKK4cko-TAC mice are more susceptible to ventricular arrhythmias and slowed conduction velocity. (B). Most activation maps from MKK4F/F hearts showed a sequential activation pattern, beginning with a localized [...]

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Case study 4 – An observation of anti-arrhythmic monomer

By |January 22nd, 2019|Categories: Application|Tags: |

(A). Layout of 64 channel arrays. (B). The box shows the position of MEAs. (C). The mapping waveforms from a Langendorff perfused rabbit heart. The activation map shows the [...]

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