In almost every lab where there is a a microscope, there is a need to document images. But the needs varies largely for different labs and organizations. In the easiest case you probably just want to capture one or a few images, save it to file, and later use them in some kind of report. In the more advanced scenario, you might have requirement to document all samples analyzed, with thousands or even hundred of thousands images per year.
Almost certainly you want to share your images with others and even with other labs or departments in your organization.
Our products can do all the above. This article is to explain which products might suit you best.
Important INFO PICSARA 2022
Compatible with Windows 10 only
Compatible with MIL10, MIL is only required if you have the Scrip Engine Module (or Enterprise version)
Please read the article about system requirements
You need a license issued 1/2-2021 or later in order to use this software.
Please use the link to the right to find out the issue date of your License.
INSTALLATION AND UPGRADE
Before upgrade, we recommend to uninstall earlier versions of Picsara. Vital information such as calibrations and license info will not be deleted when uninstalling.
MIL 10 and necessary drivers are automatically installed with the software
If you have a IDS camera, you need to install the IDS Driver found at IDS-Imaging
www.ids-imaging.com. We strongly recommend to use version 4.94.x
Do NOT use 4.95.x since its has been proven non compatible.
If you have a Allied Vision camera, you need to install the Allied Vision Vimba Driver found at Allied Vision.
For any other camera, make sure there is a DirectShow driver available, and install it prior to running Picsara/Omnimet