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Whole Slide Scanning

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Designed to meet routine clinical pathology's challenging requirements.

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EasyScan One

The only single slide desktop scanner on the market today certified by Health Canada for use in primary diagnosis.


EasyScan Pro 6

Scan up 6 slides in just one-click. Customized scanning modes may be chosen for the single slides within the slide carrier

Nanozoomer S360

Quorum Technologies has been providing digital pathology and slide scanning solutions to the Canadian research and healthcare market for over 20 years.  Supporting research and clinical installations across Canada, Quorum provides the highest level of expertise and knowledge to our customers with the vision, flexibility, dedication, and a comprehensive understanding of the digital pathology community, necessary to ensure longevity and adoption of Digital Pathology

The Nanozoomer is engineered using Hamamatsu's extensive experience in imaging technology and is designed to meet the challenging requirements of digitizing routine clinical pathology.

The Nanozoomer S360 has a capacity of 360 slides (76 mm x 26 mm), features revolutionary scanning technology, and delivers fast scanning of 82 slides per hour (at 20x and 40x magnification). The high-throughput, automated scanning and exceptional image quality are tailored to suit the most demanding applications.  The NanoZoomer S360 also has an intelligent slide management feature, which uses custom barcode labels. These barcode labels can personalize specific scanning parameters to successfully prioritize and scan different tissues with minimal user-scanner interaction. 


Z-stack feature for thick samples

There are samples which have 3D structures such as clumps of cells and thick tissues. They require focus adjustment during observation. To handle these kinds of slides, the NanoZoomer series is equipped with the Z-stack feature that allows you to focus on different depths in the sample. The NDP.view2 viewer software lets you adjust the focus on a Z-stack slide much like you would adjust the focus of a microscope. You can also point to an area of interest and let NDP.view2 apply autofocus for maximum clarity.

Automatic focus scoring

Slide quality check is often conducted manually after scanning to avoid scanning failure caused by dirt on a slide or sample folding. The NanoZoomer series evaluate scanned whole slide imaging automatically and generate the focus score of each slide's quality for your review. Focus check points within a scanned slide are automatically determined, at each check point. Then a focus score is generated and displayed on a monitor screen.

Automatic system calibration

To maintain optimized condition of the scanner, routine calibrations of light intensity, white balance and shading are required. The NanoZoomer series automatically and periodically conducts a system calibration using a calibration slide located in a slide cassette, and keeps the system optimized. Whenever you scan, you will get the best whole slide imaging it can deliver.

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  • Scanning speed 20× mode (15 mm × 15 mm) : Approx. 30 s

  • Scanning speed 40× mode (15 mm × 15 mm) : Approx. 30 s

  • Max. 360 slides

  • Throughput 20× mode (15 mm × 15 mm) : More than 82 slides/hr*

  • Throughput 20× mode (15 mm × 15 mm) : More than 82 slides/hr*

  • *Throughput in a case with 5 focal points

  • Objective Lens: 20X N.A 0.75 - User can select 20x or 40x mode at the start of scanning

  • Compatibiity glass slides: 26mmx 76mm (Thickness 0.9mm to 1.2mm)

  • Slide Loader Capacity: 360 Slides - 30 slides x 12 cassettes

  • Scanning Resolution: 20x mode: 0.46um/pixel

  • Scanning Resolution: 40x mode: 0.23um/pixel

  • Focusing Method: Pre-focus map

  • Z-Stack Feature: Yes

  • Image Compression: jpeg compression

Nanozoomer S360

MoticEasyScan Systems


Digital pathology that’s approachable, accessible and Health Canada Class II certified for Clinical diagnosis. 

Designed for pathologists, Motic provide a range of whole-slide imaging scanners and software solutions to power pathology daily workflow and enable collaboration from anywhere.  Health Canada Class II approved Motic EasyScan Systems provide solutions from compact desktop to high-volume workhorses, tailored for a variety of lab environments.  The systems incorporate a ground-breaking system built for real-time remote diagnosis and intraoperative consultations on frozen sections, FNAs, and other cytology adequacy checks. 


The MoticEasyScan One is only desktop slide scanner on the market today certified by Health Canada for use in primary diagnosis. Compact, powerful, and deployable anywhere, this scanner is the perfect assistant for any digital slide application. Share your slides with a single click, or switch to live mode for direct specimen observation. This scanning system sets a new industry benchmark with its affordable price and high performance, seamlessly integrating into any workflow and bringing lab-quality scanning to any work environment.

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The Motic EasyScan Pro 6 is the perfect gateway product for any lab, startup, or medical organization joining the digital revolution in pathology. Simple and easy to use, this scanner system offers 1-slide and 6-slide capacity options. It scans and uploads high-quality digital slides to your slide management server, all at a single click. With its small footprint, high resolution power, and hassle-free setup, this multipurpose scanner is the ideal tool for any application that requires glass slide digitization. MoticEasyScan scanners use a specially designed high-NA Plan Apochromatic objective (20X/0.75) to maximize color fidelity and resolution power. Combined with a large 2/3" CCD sensor, the MoticEasyScan is able to image large fields of view in a split second, while delivering image detail equivalent to a high power 40X lens

Motic Pro 6
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