Grundium Ocus®40

System-level remote imaging

The high-resolution Grundium Ocus®40 features electronic coarse and fine autofocus, making it fully remote-operable and therefore an excellent imaging component in any digital pathology lab system. #integration #cytopathology

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REMOTE WORK

REMOTE WORK

Optimized for remote work and telepathology

IMAGING COMPONENT

IMAGING COMPONENT

An excellent imaging component in any lab system

ELECTRONIC FOCUS

ELECTRONIC FOCUS

Fully electronic coarse and fine focus

HIGH RESOLUTION

HIGH RESOLUTION

Sharpest images in the business

FEATURES

  • Fully suited for remote operation, enables seamless telepathology
  • Very high image quality
  • Can be operated locally and remotely anywhere
  • Easy to use, anybody can use it with 15 minutes of training
  • Fits any workflow, supports all key file formats
  • Pairs with any device with internet connection (computer, laptop, tablet)
  • Robust design, very low maintenance
  • Small size, travels anywhere in its own carry-on case
  • Affordable, no recurring fees, no hidden costs
  • Fast scan speed, run several units parallel for very high throughput

Ocus®40 is CE marked according to EU 2017/746 regulation for in vitro diagnostic (IVD) medical devices.

APPLICATION AREAS

  • Pathology (cytology, fecal, blood, etc.)
  • Clinical research
  • Veterinary pathology
  • AI diagnosis
  • Marine sciences
  • Environmental research
  • Geology
  • Material sciences

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Numerical aperture0.75
Resolution, microscope0.25 μm/pix
Resolution, overview10 μm/pix
Depth of field1 μm
FocusingFully electronic
Image sensor12 Mpix
Slide capacity1
Slide format75 x 25 mm
Scan speed, 15 x 15 mm~3 mins
Connectivity1 GigE, 802.11 ac WLAN
Image formatsTIFF, SVS
W x D x H (cm)18 x 18 x 19
Weight (kg)3,5 kg
IlluminationKoehler LED

In the USA, Grundium Ocus®40 is for research use only (RUO) and not for use in diagnostic procedures.

SALES PACKAGE CONTENT

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The Philips IntelliSite Digital Pathology Solution has the capabilities to upload, view and annotate the images produced from the Grundium scanner. Zooming and panning is really fast, even when the images are physically stored on a server in the Netherlands and I’m viewing the images from a workstation in Sweden.
— Fabio Papadia
Philips Business Development Manager Nordics, Digital and Computational Pathology

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