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MP160 Systems with P/V Loop

Life Science Data Acquisition at its Best

Easily view, record, display, and analyze pressure-volume data

The gold standard for better science and greater discovery

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MP150 System plus PV Loop Analysis License- Windows
Part #: MP160WSW-PVL, MP160WS-PVL

This system includes the MP160 Starter System with AcqKnowledge and the Pressure-Volume Loop Analysis License. The MP160 data acquisition and analysis system provides a flexible tool for your life science research and teaching needs.

NEW Pressure-Volume Loop Analysis License

The modular, powerful data acquisition interface system for Windows or Mac can be used with BIOPAC’s amplifiers and accessories AND with equipment you already have. Use this P/V Loop system with amplifiers that record a pressure signal (in mmHg) and a volume signal (in ml) for a complete Pressure-Volume Loop Recording and Analysis solution.

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Real-Time Data, Automated Analysis

View raw waveform data & the most recent loop data in real-time. Run automated analysis routines.

Ready-to-Run Discovery

Includes all hardware, software, cables & guides needed to get started. Flexible, modular system is easily tailored to specific research. Multiple interfaces & 3rd-party application support.

Multi-Discipline Flexibility

Applicable to over 40 academic research fields, plus neuromarketing & commercial applications. Approved for human & animal research.

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Record Pressure-Volume data with AcqKnowledge‘s intuitive interface and Pressure-Volume QuickStart Template. View raw waveform data and the most recent loop data in real-time! See key cardiac values updated every second on the Cardiac Values Toolbar.

Record Pressure Volume data with AcqKnowledge

Easily run a Baseline Analysis by clicking “Analyze Baseline” on the toolbar. Confirm catheter positioning or see preliminary results to experimental conditions with the key cardiac per-loop measures output during the Baseline Analysis.

After recording, take advantage of the Full PV Loop Analysis Routine. Simply select the area of interest in the raw data and start the analysis routine. The analysis window will populate with all loops in the selected area and their corresponding measures. In addition, end diastolic and end systolic points will be indicated on each loop with black dots and statistical best-fit lines will be overlaid on the graph for ESPVR and EDPVR. Individual loops can be included or excluded from the analysis simply by checking or un-checking the box next to their loop number on the display. The multiple loop measures will automatically repopulate after any changes to included/excluded loops and the individual loop measures for excluded loops will be grayed out in the built-in text table.

Full Pressure Volume Analysis MP150

Learn More about the Pressure-Volume Loop Analysis License by watching the following tutorial:

The MP160 data acquisition systems include all hardware, AcqKnowledge software and guides you need to get started. The software, hardware and tutorial guides are provided in digital, PDF format for easy access and search options while running AcqKnowledge.

The MP160 System offers:

  • Ethernet-ready data acquisition and analysis – ships with USB 2.0 to Ethernet Adapter, 10/100 Mbps – ETHUSB
  • AcqKnowledge current release software
  • Record multiple channels with differing sample rates
  • Record at speeds up to 400 kHz (aggregate)
  • Record from multiple MP150s with the Linked Acquisition feature in AcqKnowledge

Place one or more MP160 Systems in a local area network (LAN). Use any PC in the LAN to record from any MP160 system in the network.

Digital signals accessed with optically isolated STP100C/STP100C-C and STP-IO—separate purchase

To put together a system for your specific needs, start with one of our Starter Systems, then add the amplifier modules, transducers and electrodes to match your research design.

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Integrating BIOPAC Research Systems | Data Acquisition & Analysis

Pressure-Volume Loop Analysis with AcqKnowledge

What's New in AcqKnowledge 4.4

AcqKnowledge GUI Overview

New User Interface Features in AcqKnowledge 4.3

Easy Experiment Set Up with AcqKnowledge

Introduction to AcqKnowledge | Measurements

Focus Areas | AcqKnowledge Tutorial

AcqKnowledge Playback Mode

Create a Toolbar for AcqKnowledge functions

AcqKnowledge Grid Functionality Tutorial

AcqKnowledge Installation Example

Journal Features in AcqKnowledge

Linked Acquisitions in AcqKnowledge

Preset Options in AcqKnowledge

Setting up Channels in AcqKnowledge

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