Whether you need an entry-level solution or an advanced analysis and documentation package, Leica Microsystems provides ergonomically-designed manual stereo microscopes for routine tasks. This modulare product range can be customized to your needs with ergonomic accessories, special bases and extensive illumination options.
Continuously improving production, keeping defect rates low, and fulfilling customer requests in order to stay competitive can be very challenging. Leica has developed the S9 stereo microscope series to help you cope with these challenges.
With this new generation of Greenough stereo microscopes operators will be able to reveal details faster as they spend less time having to adjust the microscope.
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.
Productivity and high precision are required in industrial production such as electronic components or medical devices.
The intuitive A60 F and A60 S stereo microscopes fulfill what you need – high sample throughput, optimum visibility of product details and components, and easy processing of subassemblies.
The A60 is designed for long periods of continuous use and quickly adapts to different users. With a 38° viewing angle, the A60 allows the user to maintain a natural head posture. The operating elements such as the zoom adjustment, focus knob, and ring light are intuitive and easily accessible, by left and right-handed users alike.
Leica Microsystems develops and manufactures microscopes and scientific instruments for the analysis of microstructures and nanostructures.
Widely recognized for optical precision and innovative technology, the company is one of the market leaders in compound and stereo microscopy, digital microscopy, confocal laser scanning and super-resolution microscopy with related imaging systems, electron microscopy sample preparation, and surgical microscopy.