Microscopy image recording system by Carl Zeiss

Carl Zeiss Microscopy Tab4Lab microscopy image recording system

The Tab4Lab tablet from Carl Zeiss Microscopy (Jena, Germany) comprises a touchscreen pad and ZEN imaging-based software; when combined with the company's AxioCamERc 5s camera, the two components form an image recording system. Users can provide microscopy images with a scaling bar and annotate them with markings and texts, as well as highlight and document regions of interest for more detailed analysis. Groups can discuss microscopy images live and use them for presentations as well.

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Tab4Lab from Carl Zeiss Documents Microscope Photos

Space-saving and integrated tablet image recording system for microscopes

Carl Zeiss Microscopy, a company of the Carl Zeiss Group and leading provider of light, laser-scanning and electron and ion beam microscopes, introduces the Tab4Lab, a tablet comprising a touch pad and the required software. In combination with the AxioCamERc 5s camera, the two components form an image recording system. The software is based on the established ZEN imaging software. It has been specially adapted to tablet PCs and can be operated via touchscreen. This minimizes both the learning curve and the time required for routine applications. The workflows are modeled on those used in clinical labs and in quality assurance in industry. The user interface is available in various languages.

Tab4Lab is not dependent on a specific site of use and is therefore particularly suitable for labs where space is premium. Easy transfer of the image data via SD card or other data carriers also makes the image recording system ideal for use in training. Small groups can discuss microscope photos live and use them for presentations.

Direct and fast image evaluation is a major benefit in the routine environment. Users can provide the microscope photos with a scaling bar and annotate them with markings and texts. Regions of interest can be highlighted and documented for more detailed analysis.

About Carl Zeiss
Carl Zeiss Microscopy, LLC, offers microscopy solutions and systems for research, routine, and industrial applications.  In addition, Carl Zeiss Microscopy markets microscopy systems for the clinical market, as well as optical sensor systems for industrial and pharmaceutical applications.  Since 1846, Carl Zeiss has remained committed to enabling science and technology to go beyond what man can see.  Today, Carl Zeiss is a global leader in the optical and opto-electronic industries.

With 12,872 current employees and offices in over 30 countries, Carl Zeiss is represented in more than 100 countries with production centers in Europe, North America, Central America and Asia.  For more information on the breadth of solutions offered by Carl Zeiss Microscopy, please visit www.zeiss.com/micro.

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