TissueScope iQ Slide Scanner
400 standard or 200 double-wide slides
TissueScope iQ features five slide cartridges, each holding 80 standard slides (400 total) or 40 double-wide slides (200 total). Standard or double-wide cartridges can be mixed and matched in the scanner for scanning flexibility.
Fresh new user interface
Slide scanning has never been easier or more flexible. We completely refreshed the TissueScope iQ’s user interface so it is even more intuitive.
Choose “One-click” mode for fully automated scanning or expert mode for full scanning configurability.
TissueScope iQ Key Features
High capacity: up to 400 standard or 200 double-wide slides
Flexibility: Mix and match standard and double-wide
Non-proprietary file format, DICOM compatible
Fresh, new user interface
Fast: <1 minute per slide
Sharp, clear image quality up to 40X magnification
Image-based barcode reading
TissueScope iQ Technical Specifications
25mm x 75mm (1″ x 3″)
50mm x 75mm (2″ x 3″)
0.2 at 40X
0.4 at 20X
<1 minute per slide, 15mm x 15mm @20X magnification
Non-proprietary 24-bit RGB Pyramidal BigTIFF
Uncompressed, or JPEG 2000 Compression
Export to JPEG, Flat TIFF and LZW Compressed TIFF
Dimensions & Weight
60cm (23.7″) Width
54cm (21.4″) Length
43 cm (16.9″) Height
44kg (97lbs) Weight
In Canada, the TissueScope™ iQ is certified by Health Canada for in-vitro diagnostic use. In the European Union, The TissueScope™ iQ is CE marked under the ‘In-Vitro Diagnostic Directive’.
European Authorized Representative for Medical Devices: Emergo Europe BV, Prinsessegracht 20, 2514 AP, The Hague, The Netherlands).
In other countries, the TissueScope™ iQ intended for research and educational purposes only. TissueScope™, TissueSnap™ and Huron Digital Pathology™ are trademarks of Huron Technologies International Inc.
The TissueScope™ scanner is based on one or more of the following: U.S. Patents 8,896,918 B2/ 8,655,043 B2/ 9,632,301/ 9,804,376 B2/ 9,575,304/ 10,114, 206/ 9,575,308/ 10,088,655/ 6,072,624;EU patents EP2758825 (A1)/ EP EP2656133 (A1)/ EP2864741 (A1); U.S. and International patents pending. Manufactured by Huron Technologies International Inc., of which Huron Digital Pathology is an operating division.