Motic EasyScan FS-Live Telepathology System for Frozen Sections and Fine Needle Aspirations.
Bring remote, robotic control and real-time display to your desktop from anywhere.
. . . 6 Slide version NOW AVAILABLE!

Remember, Motic makes microscopes for © Carl Zeiss AG. So Motic’s scanners have to be better than good!

The Motic EasyScan FS-Live telepathology system for frozen cases or fine-needle aspiration is here! This advanced, microscope-based whole slide imaging system provides high quality real-time images to pathologists from anywhere in the world, specifically for remote diagnosis and consultation. The FS-Live eliminates the need to send pathologists to out of the way hospitals solely to read frozen sections. The system allows any pathologist on the network to view a case slide in a matter of seconds. The FS-Live scanner is best “low cost” Real-Time solution on the market today. Compact, powerful, and deploy-able anywhere, these scanners are the perfect assistant for any digital slide sharing application.  Enable live mode for direct specimen observation and robotic control or capture and share your slides with a single click. Its affordable price and continuous automatic focus allow 2x, 4x, 10x, 20x, 30x and 40x fields of view. The FS-Live enables seamless integration into any workflow!

Motic EasyScan FS-Live slide scanners use specially designed high-numerical aperture (n.a.) Plan Ach, Plan S-Apo and Plan Apo objectives (4x/0.1, 10x/0.3, 20x/0.75) to maximize color fidelity and resolution power. Combined with a large 2/3″ CMOS sensor, the Motic EasyScan FS-Live is able to image large fields of view in a split second with stunning image detail!

Save time by isolating a portion of the slide and capturing all the layers of the image in one z-stack composite; you scan only what you need to see and nothing that you don’t.

Macro Heatmap:

Tracks which areas on the slide have been viewed thus saving time and duplicating efforts.

Live Gamma Adjustment:

Digitally lighten over stained nuclei to reveal structural details.

Live Mode:

A true robotic microscope-scanner! Users can remotely control focus, change objectives and move the XY stage from their own computer.

Scan Mode:

Users can scan and save entire images or ROI’s in seconds and save for review or share later in multiple formats.

Seamless Integration into Existing Workflows:

An intuitive, uncomplicated interface built for collaboration through networked features such as a notepad for immediate onscreen communication, an add-marker function, and more. Developed in conjunction with one of the top cancer hospitals in the U.S., every feature is designed with convenience and usability in mind.

Hardware Attributes:

Single (1) slide or (6) slide capacity

Complete scan time is 60 seconds (20x, 15mm x 15 mm area) and 160 seconds (40x, 15mm x 15mm area)

Motorized nosepiece with three (3) objective lenses, Plan Ach 4x/0.1, Plan S-Apo 10x/0.3 and S-Plan Apo 20x/0.75

Real-Time video display with robotic remote control

Microscope XYZ movements controllable from keyboard, mouse or virtual joystick

Three (3) Camera System 2/3 “CCD, 5M Pixel ; Resolution: 2448 x 2048, 15 fps

3.45 X 3.45μm / pixel, Single USB3 connectivity (faster and clearer)

Control Systems XYZ auto, repeat positioning accuracy ≤ 1um

10W LED illumination, working time > 30,000 hours

Complete with Windows 10, All-In-One computer with HD or 4K Display

Software Attributes:

Simple, intuitive user interface

Continuous AUTOFOCUS

Live measurements, manual tagging and notepad

Keyboard and or mouse control

Capture single or Z stack images for cytology samples

2x, 4x, 10x, 20x, 30x and 40x LIVE display

Gamma adjustable, for over stained samples

Traditional scan features for whole slide or ROI

Standard, High, EDF and Z stack modes

Free DSA Viewer

FS-Live Video

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