BUM950A Digital Microscopy Slide Scanning System
- Digital upright motorized biological microscope
- Super Fast Slide Scanning System
- 4k line scan camera, with 7 um pixel size
- Plan Apo and high N.A. 4x, 10x, 20x objective lenses
- Automated scanning of 4 slides at a time
- Scanning type: line scan
- Great Autofocus feature, with user set point array to focus at the desired points
- Autofitting focus map
- Scan area: whole size: 75x25mm / 1″ x 3″
- Travel speed: 25mm/s
- Scan Speed Example: 15mmx16mm coverslip, with 50 autofocus points (5×10), using 40x takes 151seocnds (2min, 31 seconds)
- Includes a joystick to control XY, Z and speed
Fluorescence Slide Scanning Microscope BUM400AFL
- Automated biological upright microscope
- Motorized XY stage, Z focus, nosepiece
- LED Fluorescence imaging for Dapi/Hoechst, GFP/FITC/Alexa 488, TRITC/mCherry, plus optional custom filter such as red or Infrared.
- Sharp autofocus at custom size of steps, number of steps and skipped or focused spots.
- Plan 4x, 10x, 20x objective lenses, optional 1.25x, 2x, 2.5x, 5x, 25x, 40x, 50x.
- Scanning of 50x75mm double-size glass slide or two single slide 25x75mm
- Preview of tiled /stitched image
- Direct access to individual images, save at standard formats.
- No limit on the number of tile size
BioScan-40k 40k DPI Super-High Resolution Digital Pathology/Histology Whole Slide Scanner
- The highest resolution of 40,800 dpi (H) x 40,800 dpi (V) images
- Equal magnification to 70x at the highest resolution
- The medium-cost digital pathology / histology whole slide imager
- Scan area: 0.9″ x 2.9″ / 22.85x74mm just below the actual size of a slide (1″x3″ / 25x75mm)
- Speed: 14m 30s for 0.5″ x 1.7″ or 12.4mm x 43.2mm area
- LED illumination
- Small footprint: 405mm x 440 x 395mm (LxWxH)
BioStitch-500 Live Image Stitching – Digital Slide Scanning Software with Free Camera
– Live image stitching / mosaicing / panorama on any microscope with a manual XY stage
– An affordable add-on product to convert your microscope to a digital scanner
– Live Extended Depth of Field (EDF)SKU: BioStitch-500
BioScan-720 Digital Pathology/Histology Slide Scanner
- The low price pathology/histology slide scanner with great quality
- Scan area of a half glass slide 36.8 mm x 25.4 mm (1.45″ x 1″) in less than a minute
- HD CCD Sensor
- 7200 dpi optical resolution
- Comes with great image acquisition and modification software SilverFast 8
- Compatible with Windows 7, 8, 10 and Mac
- USB 2.0 interface
BUM400A Fully Motorized Auto-Focus Biological Microscope
- Fully automated digital microscope
- 4x, 10x, 20x, 40x and 100x plan obj lenses
- Brighfield Imaging with LED illumination
- Automated XY stage, Auto-focus and Motorized Nosepiece
- Easy remote control via internet makes excellent choice for tele-consultation
- Auto-focus, Auto-scanning and auto-recognition features
- Standard Image Analysis Software
- The most economical solution for automatic XY-Z biological microscope, slide scanning and tele-pathology
- Excellent solution for sperm / semen analysis, stool analysis, counting of cancer cells, blood cells, mammalian cells and bacteria, medical diagnosis, pathological analysis and real-time teaching, etc.
Pathology and Immunohistochemistry Analysis with Image-Pro Premier Software
Based on over 25 years of input from Image-Pro Plus users, Image-Pro Premier offers new and improved ways to automatically segment, classify and measure objects.
SKU: Image Pro Premier
- Large image handling
- Image acquisition
- Automated measurements
- Macro recording & customization
- App support
BioScan-360 Digital Pathology/Histology/Geology Slide Scanner
- Low cost slide scanner for histology and optional geological slides
- Simple to use software, scans, saves in TIFF or JPEG format
- Typical scan times is just over a minute
- Included holder accepts two 1 x 3″ glass slides
- Optional GEOLOGICAL POLARIZING holder accepts one 1 x 2″ glass slide,
- 3600 dpi optical resolution & 10,000 x 10,000 dpi digital resolution, 2.54 microns per pixel
- LED white light illumination
- 24 bit color sampling
- Dynamic range 3.8
- Real time sharpening, automatic color correction
- PC Windows XP/Vista/7/8 Mac OS X 10.5/10.6/10.7/10.8
- USB2 interface
uScope Digital Slide Scanner
The uScopeMXII digital microscope produces high-quality images while allowing you to scan an area of interest. This digital workhorse offers unprecedented capability in a form factor ideal for desktop PC users. A little larger than an external hard drive, the uScopeMXII delivers high-resolution digital images from standard glass slides.SKU: uScope
Automatic Microscopy Slide Handling System
The PL-200 model is designed for 1×3 slides and accommodates up to 200 slides that are housed in four removable slide racks, each of which holds up to fifty slides. The PL-100 model is designed for 2×3 slides and is capable of handling up to 100 slides(as shown in photo below) which are housed in two racks of fifty.SKU: Automatic Microscopy Slide Handling System
GLISSANDO SLIDE SCANNER
The new Glissando scanner delivers fast, high quality whole slide image acquisition in an affordable package. The compact footprint and simple, intuitive user interface make the Glissando scanner the ideal platform for quick scanning of standard microscope slides. The Glissando Slide Scanner integrates the latest automation technologies and high quality components with our proven TurboscanTM scanning engine to provide an effective, reliable and affordable.SKU: GLISSANDO SLIDE SCANNER
Realtime Telepathology Imaging System™
Realtime Telepathology Imaging System™ (RTIS™) is the latest patent pending solution for communicating diagnostic quality images between pathologists and it is very simple to use. The brain of RTIS™ is a special compression-decompression device (codec) with its own built in web server that allows users to use an Internet browser to view a live signal from a unique, fully automatic, high definition (HD) video camera.SKU: Realtime Telepathology Imaging System™
BUM500A Fully Motorized Auto-Focus Biological Microscope
- Professional Upright Biological/Clinical Microscope
- 4x, 10x, 20x, 40x and 100x plan obj lenses are included.
- Brighfield Imaging and optional Phase Contrast, Darkfield, Polarizing, DIC and epi-fluorescence
- Automated XY stage, Auto-focus, Automatic lens switch
- Control Pad, remote-control access over network
- Auto-focus, Auto-scanning and auto-recognition features
- Standard Image Analysis Software
- The most economical solution for automatic XY-Z biological microscope
- Excellent solution for medical diagnosis, pathological analysis and real-time teaching, etc.
Digital Slide Scanning System
A) For pathology, histology and biology application
A Microscope Slide Scanner, also known as Digital Pathology Scanner or Digital Histology Slide Scanner, produces quick, reliable and high-resolution images of a glass slide. Pathologists, histologists, biologists, hematologists, vet experts or medical professionals now have the ability to scan single or often multiple slides. They can upload these images onto a network, iCloud store for remote access and collaboration among colleagues immediately or within a few minutes. Features may include remote control, real-time viewing, sharing, commenting, measurements, expert notes, reports, and many advanced software integration.
A Digital Pathology Scanning System may provide automated tissue slide imaging, counting and measurement for both fixed or live-cell assays. A microscopy system for slide scanning have modes for fluorescence, phase-contrast, polarizing and darkfield imaging. All slide scanners work for a standard size 1″x3″ (25x75mm) and some for double size 2″x3″ (50mm x75mm) , either glass or plastic slides with/without coverslips.
B) For Mineralogy and Geology Applications
Slide scanning system for mineralogy or geology slides is very similar to that of pathology slide scanner. It comes with a polarizer and rotating analyzer. Analyzers can be rotated from 0 to 90 degrees (and often to 360 degrees)manually or fully control with the software. A mineralogy slide scanner may have both transited and reflected lights while a pathology slide scanner uses transmitted light only.
7 Things I wish I know before buying a slide scanner:
- Slide Size: The very first and important thing about a slide scanner is the size of slide. Some scanners accepts only standard size of 25mm x 75mm (or 1″ x 3″), while few models of scanners can also get the double size slides which are 50mm x 75mm (2″ x 3″).
- A Number of Slides: A regular slide scanner obviously can read one slide, but it happens clinical labs or hospitals deal with tens of hundreds of slides every day. Do I need an automated slide loader? The answer depends on the number of slides per day and of course budget. Some scanners also offer barcode reader.
- Scanning area: a standard coverslip for a standard size glass slide is 20mm x 50mm (0.8in x 2in). Do you need to scan the whole cover-slip size or just a small fraction of that?
- Scanning speed: This can be the most important question when you look for a new slide scanner. Bu the answer is not simple. This depends on few factors such as the scanning area size, magnification (or objective lens), and price. Some models of scanners (such as uScope) offers two cameras, one is a webcam which gives the whole slide view and the second camera comes from the objective lens. The speed can also vary depending on the z-stacking to be done while scanning or not.
- Z-stacking: everyone has own preference when he or she looks at a 3D image or particle. When you use over 20x magnifications, using a single Z plane is not enough, thus Z-stacking is required. Most of the time we do not need to do Z-stacking on all over the slide area but limited ROI (regions of interest) is enough. You can use special software for this purpose.
- Price: This might be as #1 priority in list for some of the customers. As you know well, the price is not everything. However, the budget is the question you know its answer better. One thing we, Bioimager, can add in this regard is that if you need to scan at multiple magnifications, you may be better not choose an expensive scanner which can give you multiple magnification option but simple buy two low- or medium-price slide scanners with different magnifications.
- Can I convert my current microscope to a digital slide scanner? Yes, you can. Simply check our software options among the products. BioStitch-500 and BioStitch-1000 are made exactly for these purpose.