The world’s smallest current amplifier for nanopores and single-channel electrophysiology applications. Three versions available, choose your ideal input current and voltage stimulus ranges.
Miniaturized – small footprint 74x30x15 mm
User friendly – both the device and the software interface
Top rate performance – Low noise amplifier, digitizer and filter (up to 100 kHz bandwidth)
|Current Ranges||±200pA; ±20nA||
|Max Bandwidth||100 kHz||100 kHz||100 kHz|
|Digital Trigger Output||X||V||V|
Single-channel current acquisition of the KcvNTS viral potassium channel after reconstitution of recombinant channel protein into conventional planar lipid bilayers, formed using the Montal-Mueller technique. Thanks to Prof. G. Thiel for the measurements done by C. Braun, I. Schroeder and O. Rauh at the Technical University of Darmstadt. The recording was done in 100 mM KCl symmetrically at a transmembrane potential of -100 mV.
Single-channel current acquisition of the KcvNTS viral potassium channel after reconstitution of recombinant channel protein into conventional planar lipid bilayers, formed using the Montal-Mueller technique.
Thanks to Prof. G. Thiel for the measurements done by C. Braun, I. Schroeder and O. Rauh at the Technical University of Darmstadt.
The recording was done in 100 mM KCl symmetrically at a transmembrane potential of -100 mV.
eONE Light and eONE Plus
~0.42 pA rms @ 10 kHz
~3.20 pA rms @ 100 kHz
~4 μA rms @ 10 kHz
~13 μA rms @ 100 kHz
Common features to eONE versions:
- Digital Trigger output (eONE Plus and HC versions)
- Filters: Digital
- ADC resolution: 16 bit
- Offset compensation: ± 128 mV
- Input Connector: SMB
- Ground connector: 2 mm banana plug
- PC interface: USB 2.0 plug n’ play – mini B connector
- Software interface: Elements Data Reader, LabView® VI
- Data output format: .dat – .abf
- Size&Weight: 30x15x74 mm – 40 g
- Power Consumption: 850 mW
- eONE Light / Plus / High Current Noise Levels
- eONE Light / Plus / High Current and e1b connection diagram
- eONE connection diagram
- Using more than 1 eONE-XV at once
- Quick Guide – Digital trigger output
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