Forensic Microscopes and Imaging Equipment
As a forensic scientist, your microscopes and imaging equipment must provide precision, quality, accuracy, and reproducibility of results to ensure success when examining evidence. Leica Microsystems supports your work to quantify, analyze and document findings with a wide range of forensic microscopy solutions from routine laboratory instruments to complete automated systems.
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A-Series Simple systems for inspections with a tilted arm (magnifications up to 40x)
S-Series Simple systems for inspections with a tilted arm (magnifications up to 55x). Flexible stand configurations
M-Series (M50/ 60/ 80): Modular, ergonomic, future oriented flexible systems (Magnifications 40x resp. 60x)
M-Series (M125C/ 165C/ 205C): Modular, ergonomic, future oriented flexible systems (Magnifications up to 160x)
Handle your daily inspection or documentation, work confidently, and stay flexible in times of change. The modular stereo microscopes of the M series from Leica are the right choice for an abundant variety of tasks in life sciences and industrial applications.
The M50, M60, and M80 allow operators to see a large sample overview, work comfortably under the microscope, and capture images of important details easily.
The M series stereo microscopes have been designed to provide tailored solutions for operators working in laboratories or in manufacturing.
Enjoy working with Leica optics that deliver outstanding resolution paired with great depth of field, so that you see all relevant structures at a glance.
You can easily change from sample overview to fine detail imaging. No refocusing is needed when changing magnification – parfocal optics allow you to keep your sample in focus at all zoom levels.
All three microscopes allow you to aquire comparable and traceable results at different magnification steps. This provides accuracy for repetitve tasks, for example in electronic inspections or screening of model organisms.
Whether your work requires a variety of illumination types, different objectives, or a bigger stand – Leica Microsystems has a solution for nearly everything!
Turn your microscope into a highly flexible and ergonomic workstation for multiple users. Our broad range of accessories helps you to cover all your needs:
We don’t stop at the hardware… The Leica Application Suite (LAS) X, our latest software platform, offers diverse software modules for your specific application needs in Industry or Life Science Research.
Every person is different – that’s why microscope workstations need to be adaptable, especially when they’re shared by multiple users. Ergonomic accessories help microscope operators to work comfortably even if they spend the entire day on the microscope.
With the Leica M series you can easily adapt your stereo microscopes to seamlessly fit multiple users.
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illumination can make a major difference with regards to what you see or don’t see.
The most common incident solution guarantees a bright, uniform illumination of the specimen over a large object field at a constant color temperature.
Designed to fit to most objectives without a dark spot in the middle
Very popular when different contrasts for incident light are important. The two goosenecks allow an easy and flexible positioning of the LED spots to adjust the contrast.
The included diffusors allow you to illuminate exactly on the spot and produce great contrast
Similar to spotlight or gooseneck illumination this solution allows adjusting the contrast depending on the sample. Due to the fixed position of the LED spots the results are reproducible – this makes it easier to identify hard-to-find details on your samples or specimens.
Use them like incident darkfield or like spots for better sample accessibility.
LED illumination that is aligned to the optical axis which is suited for inspection of holes or depressions and almost eliminates shadows on the sample.
Designed like the illumination on a surgical microscope they deliver bright light on the spot with best sample accessibility.
Ideal for inspecting flat shinny surfaces to find quality failures like scratches.
Coaxial illumination can be used with routine as well as high-performance stereo microscopes.
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