EMS64-USB-10032020-04-30T03:46:31+00:00

Project Description

EMS64-USB-1003

Cat.16-1036

The EMS64-USB-1003 consists of 70 channels (64+6) amplifiers and analog-digital-converters (ADCs). This system is the most popular one for cardiac and neuronal electrophysiological research due to its simple and compact design. It supports MEAs up to 64 channels to record  electric activities from the surface of cardiac samples.

Features

  • 64 channels for electrogram input.
  • 6 additional channels for simultaneously recording analogue signals such as ECG, pressure, tension force, temperature, monophasic action potential system (MAP), etc.
  • Up to 10 kHz sampling rate on each channel.
  • 16 bits data resolution.
  • A gain of 100 to 10000 digitally controlled programmable amplifier.
  • +12 Volt external power supply.
  • USB CCD camera.

Compatibility

Software:

  • EMapRecord
  • Windows 7, 8, 10 and Mac OS X

Hardware accessories:

  • 32 to 64 Channel Converter
  • MEAs: 32, 36, 64, 32 × 2

Related Applications

Case study 1- An investigation on postoperative atrial fibrillation

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(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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