The ideal tool for your diagnostic tests

Combining simplicity and sensitivity, the InnoScan 300 is perfect for fast and routine imaging of low density microarrays (spot size larger than 100µm). The InnoScan 300 is ready for CE-IVD certification and fully customisable, making it the ideal tool for your diagnostic tests.

General description

Characterised by its ease of use, performance and customisation, the InnoScan 300 is the ideal tool for clinical as well as diagnostic applications.


User-friendly: compact, equipped with one excitation wavelength and provided with easy and automated image acquisition software, MAPIX, the InnoScan 300 is the most user friendly and versatile scanner on the market.

Performance: The InnoScan 300 provides high quality images thanks to confocal PMT detection. It is also fast, being able to scan a whole slide in less than 4 minutes.

Customisation: The InnoScan 300 is fully customisable from scanner design and branding to image analysis with the use of plug-ins to fit to your application. It is CE-IVD certification-ready, making it the perfect tool for your diagnostic test.


The InnoScan 300 is the ideal tool for fast and routine imaging:

  • Single color-Protein microarrays
  • Single color-DNA microarrays for SNP detection
  • Low density microarrays

In the following application fields:

  • Clinical research
  • Diagnostics
  • Industry applications: food industry, pharmaceutical industry


The InnoScan 300 is a confocal scanner equipped with one excitation laser (user selected, 532 or 635nm) coupled with an extremely sensitive photomultiplier tube (PMT), for whole-slide image acquisition. The PMT has a linear gain over the range of 1 to 100% with a steps of 1%.


The InnoScan 300 can be fully automated from start to finish, including image acquisition,image analysis, and final results file thanks to the scanner’s total integration with Mapix.


InnoScan scanners are industry renowned for their excellent photometric properties, particularly in terms of sensitivity and signal-to-noise ratio.


The XDR mode (Extended Dynamic Range), provides a 6 log dynamic range maximising low signal detection whilst avoiding saturated spots.