The 20-Slide Autoloader
Mikroscan systems now accommodate 20 slides!
Rapidly review entire cases with the new 20-slide Autoloader option on both the L5 Real-Time Telemicroscopy and SL5 Dual-Mode Real-Time Telemicroscopy and Digital Pathology systems.*
Our one-of-a-kind Autoloader uses a novel elevator approach that allows you to insert new slides without having to remove the Autoloader, making slide scanning and case review as efficient as possible.
- Simplify your workflow by loading an entire case at once and viewing all slides live
- Enhance case review with the ability to review more slides back to back
- Save time by loading high-priority slides without removing the Autoloader
- Accommodate more use cases with the flexibility to scan or view 20 1 x 3” slides or 10 2 x 3” slides
- Obtain high-quality images with superior optics
- Save money with our affordable, right-sized systems
- Save space by easily fitting the compact, portable L5 or SL5 on a desktop or cart
- Get up and running in hours with little training required on our intuitive systems
The Mikroscan™ SL5
The SL5 Dual-Mode Real-Time Telemicroscopy and Digital Pathology System is the most compact, portable, and affordable telemicroscopy and digital pathology instrument on the market. It provides the added advantage of real-time telemicroscopy along with a completely separate mode for traditional "scan, store, and share" digital pathology applications. The SL5 contains a complete set of objectives—2X, 4X, 10X, 20X, and 40X—for true magnification of a wide range of applications and uses.
The digital pathology mode of the SL5 makes it easy for students, educators, researchers, and clinicians to share tissue samples from any location.
While the digital pathology mode of the SL5 is intended for use in research and education only, the live telemicroscopy mode of the SL5 allows you to address many clinical applications.
The Mikroscan™ L5
Our L5 Real-Time Telemicroscopy System performs live telemicroscopy only. Using our live robotic microscope, you can remotely perform a comprehensive, traditional microscope evaluation of the original glass slide specimen.