Basic system suitable for all applications

MED64-Basic System is user-friendly microelectrode array (MEA) system for in vitro extracellular electrophysiology. It features with the industry’s most sensitive MEA system, providing high-quality reliable data. Created by Panasonic, the MED64 has been on market for 20 years and has hundreds of users and publications worldwide.


  • Acquire signal from 64 electrodes simultaneously.
  • Stimulation through any of the 64 electrodes (up to 2 electrodes simultaneously) using internal stimulator.
  • Unrivaled signal-to-noise ratio of 0.8 μV RMS noise level.
  • Record inside of a humidified incubator.
  • Large current-driven stimulation via any electrode.
  • High-quality evoked signal without interference of stimulus artifacts.
  • One system can be used for multiple experiments with its amplifier’s broad acquisition bandwidth and analog low pass/high pass filter.
  • Analyze data online during your experiment or offline after.
  • Suitable for acute slices, slice cultures, and cell cultures.
  • Low-cost upgrade to the MED64-Allegro or Quad II System.


(1) MED Probe

(1) MED Connector
(MED-C03 / MED-CP04)

(1) MED64 Head Amplifier

(1) MED64 Main Amplifier

(1) Mobius Software

(1) Data acquisition PC




Number of channels / sample 64
RMS Noise (Typical)
14 nV/ √Hz

* MED-515A input:
0.8 μV (f < 3 kHz)
1.2 μV (f < 5 kHz)
1.8 μV (f < 10 kHz
Number of samples 1  
Gain X 200-2170  
Acquisition bandwidth 0.1Hz – 10 kHz  
Analog low-cult filter 0.1, 1, 10, 100 Hz
No. of stimulator channel
Analog high-cut filter
1.0, 2.0, 2.5, 5.0, 7.5, 10 kHz
Stimulus output format
Input impedance
100 MΩ Max. output current
+/- 200 μA
Output impedance
Signal output
16 bit
Output format
Sampling rate
Up to 20 kHz / channel    


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