• The Leica Flexarm stand can rotate 360° and has a radius of up to one meter, making it highly mobile. This allows for convenient viewing of large samples, which should not or cannot be moved. This is ideal for inspection, assembly, and quality control in electronics manufacturing, in dental laboratories and many other applications.
  • Leica Swingarm Stands (boom stands) are ideal to handle large samples. The high modularity allows to customize these stands depending on sample size and weight of the configuration. Focus arms and drives provide multiple mounting options and more safety features.
  • The purpose of the Leica motor-focus system is to provide motor-driven coarse and fine focusing by means of a manual control, a footswitch, or through a computer. Five exact focus settings can be stored.
  • The Leica CLS LED light source has been developed for routine and high-end microscopy applications. It is compatible with all fiber-optic light guides of the LED series.
  • With the TL5000 Ergo you can manage and control all base settings via software for maximum control, whatever your project. Manual push buttons on the base allow cycling through the different contrasts
  • TL3000 Ergo from Leica stands for intuitive manual operation. Effortlessly pass through the different contrast options: brightfield, Rottermann contrast, or one-sided darkfield. Fine-tuning of the contrast is easy, and all with just a single knob.
  • Diffused illumination gives uniform illumination without shadow and glare effects. The Leica LED3000 DI and LED5000 HDI are ideal for documenting samples that are difficult to illuminate using other methods.
  • For transmitted light applications. The Leica LED3000 BLI makes it easy to equip a microscope system with transmitted light. The illuminator can be combined with standard baseplates or even used as a standalone instrument.
  • The Leica LED5000 CXI coaxial illuminator is used for quality control of flat, polished, or reflective samples. Scratches, cracks, impurities, and pores are made exceptionally visible. With coaxial illumination, light is coupled directly into a beam path and reflected into another beam path by the flat sample.