Software

OMapRecord is an advanced software for multi-channel optical data acquisition and analysis. It is mainly used in cardiac electrophysiological research. This software is suitable for various camera lens which are provided by MappingLab.

OMapScope - Optical Mapping System

OMapScope is an advanced software for optical data analysis. It is mainly used in cardiac electrophysiological research.

Hardware

Single Camera Optical Mapping System

The OMS-PCIE-1001 is a data acquisition system equipped with the high-speed imaging, high signal-to-noise ratio and high spatial resolution. Thanks to its powerful ability to record membrane potentials or calcium signals from different myocardial tissues, it has been widely used in cardiac electrophysiological research.

Double Camera Optical Mapping System

The OMS-PCIE-1002 is also a data acquisition system equipped with the high-speed imaging, high signal-to-noise ratio and high spatial resolution. However, a fluorescent beam splitter is fitted in the light path which helps to form two images at the different emission wavelength with one sensor in the same time. The two (images) in one (sensor) design is particularly attractive to the researchers who seeks the cost effective options.

High Resolution Dual Camera Optical Mapping System

The OMS-PCIE-2002 is an advanced fluorescent data acquisition system with an extreme low noise. It is fitted with two high quantum efficiency (QE > 95%) sCMOS cameras which independently captures individual specific wavelength images. This configuration effectively ensures to eliminate stray light interferences and obtains high definition images. It is becoming a preferred optical mapping system for cardiac researchers who looks for the innovative time saving solutions for their equipment. It would be a long term investment for a cardiac research lab.

The Multi-Channel Signal Generator & Data Acquisition System OMSC801 can generate configurable pulse signals, meanwhile it can also acquire analog signals in real-time from other external amplifiers.

There are 8 BNC connectors on the front panel. The first seven (DO1-DO7) are used as general pulse generators. The last one (CAM) is reserved for MappingLab’s Optical Mapping System. There are 4 LEMO connectors (AI1-AI4) on the front panel. Each of the connector allows a five pins data cable connected to an external device to obtain analog signal such as ECG, pressure, temperature and so on.

Optical Mapping Systems

Our optical mapping system is optimised with high-speed and high quantum efficiency scientific cameras and a closed up optical path to ensure a low noise to signal ratio and a high spatiotemporal resolution. It is particularly designed to record fluorescent changes on the epicardial surface of isolated Langendorff-perfused hearts (loaded with voltage and (or)  calcium sensitive dyes) for understanding of cardiac electrophysiology and the mechanisms of complex arrhythmias.

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Optical Mapping Systems     Cardiac Equipment      High Quantum Efficiency Scientific Cameras      Cellular Electrophysiology      Epicardial Surface Fluorescence      Dual Fluorescent signals       Langendorff-perfused hearts       Complex Arrhythmias.