BIOIMAGER Slide Scanner
The BIOIMAGER slide scanner is specifically customized for bioscience research microscopy.
An Automated Modular Solution
6-POSITION MOTORIZED RMS NOSEPIECE
Standard lens configuration: 4X, 10X, 20X, 40X. Many alternative lens options.
LONG-WORKING DISTANCE CONDENSER
Brightfield, polarized, and darkfield illumination with a simple slider. 18mm of working distance for slides or well-plates. 15,000 hour LED transmitted light source.
MULTIPLE SAMPLE HOLDERS
Standard 4X slide tray, 2X rotating slide tray, and well plate holder. Optional holders for petri dishes or large format slides.
POWERFUL FLUORESCENCE ILLUMINATION
Standard 1,500 hour metal halide light source with fiber optic coupling. Changeable ET sputtered DAPI/FITC/TRITC filter cube.
Olympus UIS2 Fluorite Objectives
Optional Apochromatic Lenses
6 Position Motorized Nosepiece
0.5 NA Condenser, 18mm WD
Optional ULWD Condenser
20,000 Hour Transmitted LED
Darkfield @ 4X and 10X
Real-time 3 Channel Fluorescence
89 North PhotoFluor II Excitation
Chroma Triple Band ET Filter Cube
Swappable Filter Cube Module
1.3MP QIMAGING Digital Camera
Optional 0C Cooled Camera
Bayer Masked 15FPS Live Color
6.4 micron pixel size
0.3MP 30FPS Focus Sensor
Specifications are preliminary and subject to change.
BIOQUANT SCAN Support
The BIOQUANT SCAN software supports the scanning, viewing, analysis, and sharing of large digital images created from glass tissue slides or welled plates. BIOQUANT SCAN has complete hardware control from within the software for the BIOQUANT OSTEOIMAGER slide scanner.
SCAN SLIDES OR WELLED PLATES
Quick visual setup for scanning up to 8 sections on 4 slides or up to 96 wells.
1000 megapixel resolution
Create images with over 1000 megapixel resolution with 0.5 micron resolution.
COMPLETE HARDWARE CONTROL
Change the objective lens, turn light sources on or off, move the stage, and capture images all from a unified software application.
EXPORT IMAGES TO STANDARD FORMATS
Save primary image data in uncalibrated formats like TIF for digital supplements, BMP, or in the calibrated BIF format for data interchange with collaborators. Save analyzed images with measurement tracings to SVG format to show others exactly what and where you measured.