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Scan® colony counters


To help you build your printed and online marketing tools, you will find in this section brochures, high resolution photos, videos and Scan® demo software. Do not hesitate to contact us if you need any support.

Brochure Scan® automatic colony counters: Scan® 300, Scan® 500, Scan® 1200

PDF - 4.4 Mb

Brochure Scan® 100 manual colony counter

PDF - 1.1 Mb

Technical file Scan® 1200 automatic colony counter

PDF - 250.7 kb

Technical file Scan® 500 automatic colony counter

PDF - 240.7 kb

Technical file Scan® 300 automatic colony counter

PDF - 219.9 kb

Technical file Scan® 100 manual colony counter

PDF - 195.2 kb

PHOTOS (High resolution TIFF 300 dpi )
1. Presentation of the Scan® colony counter range (50 Mo)

Zip - 50.8 Mb

2. Presentation of the Scan® accessories (25 Mo)

Zip - 25.2 Mb

3. Presentation of the different media counted by the Scan colony counters (37 Mo)

Zip - 37.2 Mb

VIDEO

Scan® 100 video
Introducing Scan® 100 manual colony counter

MPEG4 - 5.1 Mb

Scan® 500 video
Introducing Scan® 500 automatic colony counter

MPEG - 79.9 Mb
IMG/flv/Scan500.flv

Scan® software: DEMO VERSION

Interscience’s automatic colony counters use an exclusive software developped by interscience, evolutive, user-friendly yet very powerful. No training is needed to use its powerful features; all the functions can be find in one window. There is only one button to count and one setting cursor to optimize counting.

There are numerous advantages in using Scan® counting software:
- Only one clic to count
- Only one setting cursor
- Traceability: automatic saving of data, Excel export
- Color detection

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