MaxTwo High-Density Microelectrode Array (HD-MEA) System
MaxTwo, a high-throughput, high-resolution electrophysiology platform for recording and stimulating electrogenic cells in vitro. MaxTwo combines 6 or 24 MaxOne high-density microelectrode arrays in a multiwell format.
MaxWell Biosystems’ MaxTwo is a CMOS-based multiwell HD-MEA platform. It has all the capabilities of MaxOne–it captures high-quality signals at sub cellular resolution from long-term culture experiments. Electrical stimulation protocols can also be performed.
MaxTwo Multi-Well HD-MEA System allows for easy and vibration-free insertion of the multi-well MEA. The MaxTwo mainframe is an incubator allowing cells to have a proper environment during recording. It is designed for integration with automation systems. Overall, MaxTwo is a powerful electrical imaging system for drug discovery, safety pharmacology, and iPSC phenotyping applications.
Key Features of Each Well
- 26,400 electrodes (9.3×5.45 sq-μm, 17.5 μm pitch)
- 1020 low-noise readout channels
- 32 stimulation channels
- Large sensor area (3.85×2.10 sq-mm)
- Switch-matrix technology for flexible array reconfiguration
- Non-invasive, label-free
- High-resolution activity map
- Axonal action potential propagation tracking
MaxTwo 6 Well Plates
The MaxOne HD-MEA System is a high-density microelectrode array (HD-MEA) system in a single-well format. It can operate inside cell-culture incubators. Accessories are available for perfusion-compatibility. Microscopy of samples on the HD-MEA surface can be performed using upright objectives.
We provide training and support on all aspects of the MaxTwo platform. We have the expertise to help you design experiments and/or analysis tools and integrate MaxTwo with your automation system.