Leica DM1000 Microscope

Leica Updated: 2009-02-08 RSS
Leica DM1000 Microscope

Leica DM1000 satisfies all requirements for ergonomic use as well as optical brilliance, and is ideal for all clinical laboratory applications, especially for cytology, pathology, and haematology.

As system microscope it is well suited not only for clinical microscopy, but for basic research microscopy applications as well including fluorescence application. It offers optimum optical performance and ergonomics with easy to use controls which are comfortable to operate.

Key Features

* Height adjustable focus knobs (Patented: DE 103 40 721)
* REAL symmetrical operation of stage and focus controls for symmetrical (not-distorted position) of the user in front of the microscope
* Easy one hand operation of the focus and stage control
* Standard tube with ergonomic 15° viewing angle
* Color coded aperture diaphragm
* Easy right hand/left hand conversion (or elimination) of x/y control
* Stage with ultra hard ceramic surface
* New HI Plan objectives with special 10x CY objective for clinical applications (with excellent flatness and long working distance for easy markings)
* Series of brightness synchronized objectives
* Easy lamp change with special drawer
* Pathology oriented imaging software

Customized Ergonomics
The Leica DM1000 can be configured to fit your physical requirements using a variety of observation tubes, ergonomic modules, and integrated adjustable controls.

The unique height adjustable focus knobs (Patented: DE 103 40 721) and easy to change stage controls are examples of how you can customize your Leica DM1000 to make it comfortable for you.

Application Oriented Design
The Leica DM1000 can also be configured to fit your application. Whether it be for Cytology, Haematology, or basic Pathology, the Leica DM1000 can be configured with a variety of Optics and contrast techniques for the Clinical Laboratory, including fluorescence.

Outstanding Illumination
The bright 30 watt halogen illumination gives you an even field of view with accurate color. Koehler illumination is available for critical control of the contrast, or you can select the prefixed Koehler illumination to make it easy.