10 MHz Amplifier

The 10 MHz is the world’s first 10 MHz amplifier for nanopore research.
It is a compact and integrated read-out device with reusable flow-cells for high bandwidth measurements of solid state nanopores and nanoparticle detection.

Why to choose the 10 MHz amplifier?


Bandwidth – The high bandwidth allows to investigate electrophysiological events lasting less than hundreds of nanoseconds


Versatile – The amplifier is suitable for experimental activities such as, DNA translocation, single molecule detection or channel recordings…


User friendly – Tools free, just insert the flow cell in the device

What is inside?

The device is miniaturized (77 x 87 x 40 mm) and includes:

  • Headstage
  • Data acquisition unit
  • 10 MHz controller software
  • Nanopore Flowcell

More Information

  • Open input (RMS) noise: 570 pA rms @ 10MHz; 1300 pA rms @ 10MHz; 10Mohm//2.5pF
    340 pA rms @ 5MHz; 690 pA rms @ 5 MHz; 10Mohm//2.5pF
    160 pA rms @ 1MHz; 205 pA rms @ 1 MHz; 10Mohm//2.5pF
  • Current ranges: ±100nA (Gain 10MΩ)
  • Voltage stimulus range: ± 1600 mV
  • Max available bandwidth: 10 MHz
  • Max sampling rate: 40 Msps
  • USB type C connector
  • Size & Weight: Headstage 77 x 87 x 40 mm, 300 g; Data acquisition unit 64 x 100 x 29 mm, 270 g

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