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Leica M-Series

Stereomicroscopes

A completely modular system for all applications

No.1 in stereomicroscopy

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Welcome!

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Thank you for your interest. Leica Microsystems is proud to present the Leica M-series. The success of a stereomicroscope in use depends on the versatility of its accessories. For this reason,

Leica M-series stereomicroscopes, from the routine to the highperformance models, are constructed on a modular principle.

They can be adapted to individual user requirements at any time.

This brochure

portrays the Leica MS5, MZ6, MZ7

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, MZ9

5

, MZ12

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, MZ16 and

MZ16 A stereomicroscopes in many configurations, along with the available accessories. There is a comprehensive assembly diagram to help you configure the outfit that best suits your needs. If you have questions, or require a demonstration, please contact your local Leica dealer or Leica Microsystems directly. Leica’s homepage www.leica-microsystems.com features valuable information on the products and services offered by Leica

Microsystems and the contact information of your local dealer.

We are glad to be of service for all of your imaging needs.

Providing excellent customer service is a priority for us; not only before the sale, but afterward as well.

Leica Microsystems (Switzerland) Ltd.

Stereo & Macroscope Systems www.stereomicroscopy.com

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Table of Contents

The Leica M-Series

The Leica Stereomicroscope Line

Performance Features

The Modular System

Optics Carriers

Binocular Tubes, Optical Accessories

Binocular Tubes, Ergo Accessories

Optical Accessories

Objectives

Eyepieces

Stands, Illumination

Focus Drives

Microscope Carriers

Incident Light Stands

Swing Arm Stands, Universal Stand

Transmitted Light Stands

Stages

Illuminators

Cold Light Illumination

Photography, Video

Integrated Digital Cameras

Video/Phototubes

Filter-slide housing

Accessories for Video and Digital Cameras

Accessories for SLR Cameras

Leica Micro Photo Systems, MPS

Digital Image Recording Systems

Leica Image Management Software

Other Accessories

Discussion Tube

Polarization Sets, Measuring

Drawing, Double-iris Diaphragm, Attachment for Vertical and Oblique Observation ®

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Technical and Optical Data, Dimensions

Leica MS5, MZ6 Optical Data

Leica MS5, MZ6 Performance Features

Leica MZ7

5

, MZ9

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Optical Data

Leica MZ7

5

, MZ9

5

Performance Features

Leica MZ12

5

, MZ16, MZ16 A Optical Data

Leica MZ12

5

, MZ16, MZ16 A Performance Features

Dimensions

Standard Delivery

Parts List, Assembly Diagram

Objective Combinations

Video/Phototubes

Digital Camera Systems

Swing Arm Stands

Leica MPS Photoautomats

Information Material

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The Leica M-Series

The requirements

You expect a high-performance stereomicroscope to produce a perfect image, offer versatility and be comfortable to use. The three-dimensionality, depth of field, contrast, resolution and color fidelity of the image must be optimal. In addition, ergonomic requirements must be met and work must be largely fatigue-free.

Motorized and software-controlled stereomicroscopes are not only particularly ergonomical and efficient in their operation, they also allow for automating entire sequences of operations. In addition, a rich accessory program must allow for a practice-oriented workstation layout, including digital image recording systems as well as image processing and analysis software, and expand the benefit of the stereomicroscope.

Leica Design by Ernest Igl/Christophe Apothéloz

From routine to high performance

The Leica M-series offers an extensive stereomicroscope program for all applications, from quality testing during manufacturing and assembly,

OEM integration and lab applications for students up to demanding tasks in research and development.

Ergonomics

With the Leica M-series you have the largest range of binocular tubes on the market at your disposal. Individual factors such as one's individual build, height of the equipment and working methods present no problem for you.

Distortion-free, widefield eyepieces permit observation either with or without eyeglasses.

Additional ergonomic advantages include the low-positioned focus knobs for manual focusing and optional motorized focusing.

Fully apochromatic motorized models

As the leading manufacturer of high-quality stereomicroscopes, Leica Microsystems is introducing the first fully apochromatic and motorized 16:1-zoom models to the market. With the largest zoom range and the highest resolution of all stereomicroscopes currently available, these models allow for detecting structures up to a size of 0.6 micron. Thanks to the motorized and automated functions, typical sequences of operations and experiments can be reproduced with the control of software.

Patented ESD protection

The optics carriers of the Leica M-series, the binocular tube, ErgoTube

®

, ErgoWedge

®

5°–25°, the ESD swing-arm stand and the cold-light sources Leica L2 and CLS consist of ESD-discharging material (surface resistance <10 11 Ohm/ square, discharge time <2 seconds, 1000V to

100V).

High-performance optical system

The Leica stereomicroscopes in the M-series create brilliant three-dimensional images of spatial objects and permit fine assembly and preparation work of a precision unattainable with the naked eye. Being large, flat, and sharp right to the edge, the object fields allow fatigue-free viewing over long periods of time.

Abundant choice of accessories

The advantage of the modular design is that you can compile your outfit to suit the application and supplement it with specific accessories. An interesting aspect for your capital investment budget is the fact that the accessories already available are universal and also compatible with the new stereomicroscopes.

The CMO (Common Main Objective) optical system consists of two parallel beam paths and one common main objective. This elaborate design guarantees fatigue-free viewing and constant image sharpness during magnification changes.

Constant sharpness, from the overall view down to the detailed inspection

The Leica stereomicroscopes in the M-series are parfocally matched. This means that, when the magnification is altered, the feature remains in focus right from the lowest magnification to the highest.

Digital imaging and analysis

From stereomicroscope to digital camera, including application software, Leica Microsystems offers customer-specific complete solutions for professional image acquisition, archiving, analysis, processing, presentation or print.

A series of professional FireWire camera systems for PC and Mac are available as well as image management and analysis programs.

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Performance Features

• Seven different optics carriers are available upon request for different requirements:

From routine instrument with five-stage magnification changer to the high-performance instrument with motor zoom 16:1 for research tasks

• Two optics carriers for fluorescence with manual or motorized 16:1 zoom

• Motorized models with computer connection and software control

• Zoom magnification changer, manual or motorized, with engageable ratchet positions for repeating certain magnifications

• Parfocal optical system:

The focus remains constant when the magnification is changed.

• Impressive 3D effect, great depth of field, large object fields, high-resolution, high contrast

• Achromatic, planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives of your choice

• Widest choice of ergonomic accessories on the market: ErgoTube

®

, ErgoModule

® and motorized focus

• Widefield eyepieces for use with or without eyeglasses

• Coarse/fine focus drive, manual or motorized

• Various possibilities for fitting to existing stands and for OEM uses

• Conveniently placed control knobs

• Cameras for digital imaging and video

• Software for image management and analysis

• All stereomicroscopes have ESD-protection material

• Innovative stand program, particularly a high-performance transmitted-light stand with Rottermann

® contrast technology and ergonomic swing-arm stands

The Modular System

The modular design allows you to customize your application-compliant equipment.

Depending upon the requirements of the workplace, you can select among the following components:

Optics carriers

MS5, MZ6, MZ7

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, MZ9

5

, MZ12

5

, MZ16 or

MZ16 A

The fluorescence stereomicroscopes

Leica MZ16 F and MZ16 FA are described in separate brochures.

Microscope carriers

– Microscope carrier for stereoscopic observation

– Microscope carrier AX for stereoscopic and axial observation

Focus drive

For incident light and transmitted light stands:

– Focus drive (coarse) and focus drive

(coarse/fine) with 300mm and 500mm columns

– Motor focus system with 300mm and 500mm columns

For swing arm stands and OEM:

– Inclinable focus drive

– Focus drive (coarse) and focus drive

(coarse/fine) with inclinable column

– Motor focus system with inclinable column

For universal stands and columns,

∅ 50mm:

– Drive housing with coarse/fine focus drive

Binocular tubes

– Inclined binocular tube 45°

– ErgoTube ® 45°

– Apochromatic ErgoTube

®

10°–50°

– Inclined binocular tube, low

– Straight binocular tube

– Inclined trinocular tube, low

– Trinocular tube, ultra-low

ErgoModules ®

– ErgoWedge ® ± 15°

– ErgoWedge ® 5°–25°

– ErgoModule

®

50mm

– ErgoModule ® 30mm–120mm

Eyepieces

– Widefield eyepieces for eyeglass wearers,

10

×, 16×, 25×, 40×, distortion-free

Interchangeable objectives

– Achromats, reducing to 2

× magnifying

– Ergo objective 0.4

× – 0.63×

– Planachromats 0.5

× reducing to 1× magnifying

– Planapochromats 0.63

× reducing to 2× magnifying

– Achromats with focal distances of 100mm to 400mm

Stands

– Incident light stand

– Swing arm stand, different designs and ESD version

– Universal stand

– Transmitted light stands: Brightfield, bright/darkfield, high-performance, and affordable sub-base

Stages

– A variety of stages available including the

Leica MATS thermocontrol stage

Illumination

– Inclined incident light illumination

– Coaxial illuminator

– Vertical illuminator

– Cold light sources with fiber-optic light guides

– LED illumination

– Stereo-fluorescence module

Choice of accessories

– Video/phototubes, different models

– Digital camera systems

– Integrated digital camera

– Leica 3D system

– Control, image editing and analysis software

– Accessories for commercially available TV, video, film, or SLR systems

– Double iris diaphragm

– Discussion tube

– Drawing tube

– Measuring graticules

– Attachment for vertical and oblique observation

®

– Polarization set

– Filter slide housing

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Optics Carriers

The requirements

A modern stereomicroscope offers the maximum possible flexibility to fulfill user requirements. Leica’s modular components can be combined according to your wishes. Contact us and we will gladly help you assemble the ideal outfit for your specific investigation tasks, training and documentation.

Leica MS5 with 5-step magnification changer

Order no. 10 445 613*

Leica MZ6 with zoom 6:1

Order no. 10 445 614*

The optics carrier includes the optical system, a dovetail ring for binocular tubes or accessories and a thread for the interchangeable objectives.

Leica MS5 with 5-step magnification changer

This compact optics carrier with 5 magnification steps has the same advantages as the new zoom models with regard to imaging, ergonomics and accessories. With the 1

× objective and

10

× eyepieces magnifications obtainable are

6.3

×, 10×, 16×, 25× and 40×.

Leica MZ6 with zoom 6:1

Features built-in, low, compact optics carrier.

With 1

× objective and 10× eyepieces the magnification can be continuously changed within the range of 6.3

× to 40×. 7 zoom stops are engageable at the magnification changer positions 0.8,

1, 1.25, 1.6, 2, 2.5 and 3.2.

Leica MZ7

5 with zoom 7.9:1

Order no. 10 446 371*

Leica MZ9

5 with zoom 9.5:1

Order no. 10 446 372*

* Order numbers for optics carriers

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Leica MZ12

5 with zoom 12.5:1

Order no. 10 446 370*

Leica MZ7

5 with zoom 7.9:1

Provides an infinitely variable choice of magnification from 6.3

× to 50× with 1× objective and 10× eyepieces. 8 zoom stops are engageable at 0.8, 1,

1.25, 1.6, 2, 2.5, 3.2, 4.

Leica MZ16 with zoom 16:1

The MZ16 apochromatic high-performance instrument features the largest zoom range and the highest resolution on the market. With a turret for 1

× and 2× objectives, objects can be viewed in a magnification range of 7.1

× to 230× and with a resolution of up to 840 Lp/mm.

Features 12 zoom stops for repetitive tasks.

Leica MZ9

5 with zoom 9.5:1

Provides an infinitely variable choice of magnification from 6.3

× to 60× with 1× objective and 10× eyepieces. 9 zoom stops are engageable at 0.8, 1,

1.25, 1.6, 2, 2.5, 3.2, 4, 5.

Leica MZ12

5 with zoom 12.5:1

With 1

× objective and 10× eyepieces magnifications of 8

× to 100× are obtained. 10 zoom stops are engageable at 1, 1.25, 1.6, 2, 2.5, 3.2, 4, 5, 6.4

and 8.

Leica MZ16 A with 16:1 zoom, motorized

This top-class apochromatic instrument is the first stereomicroscope with a 16:1 motor-zoom and automatic measuring functions. The digital display shows measurement values and magnification, taking the factors of eyepiece, objective, coaxial iillumination, etc. into consideration.

LAS control and application software.

Leica MZ16 F and MZ16 FA

The special stereomicroscopes for fluorescence applications are described in separate brochures.

Leica MZ16 with zoom 16:1

Order no. 10 447 102*

Leica MZ16 A with 16:1 zoom, motorized

Order no. 10 447 103*

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The requirements

A good stereomicroscope provides a comfortable body and head position under any circumstances. Individual characteristics such as the height of the particular outfit, the build of the user, and the working technique can be accommodated by selecting the appropriate binocular tube and additional Ergo Accessory from the wide range available.

Binocular Tubes,

Ergo Accessories

Inclined binocular tube 45°

This is the standard tube with a fixed 45° viewing angle. Vary the viewing angle by using the

ErgoWedge ® ±15° and 5°–25°.

ErgoTube ® 45°

As opposed to the standard tube, long eyepiece tubes raise the viewing point by 65mm toward the observer. Being able to use the stereomicroscope at a farther distance away provides a comfortable, upright sitting position. The maximum interpupillary distance which can be set is

90mm and the magnification factor is 1.6

×.

Inclined binocular tube 45°

Order no. 10 445 619

Inclined binocular tube, low

Order no. 10 429 781

Apochromatic ErgoTube ® 10°–50°

Using the ErgoTube ® the user can change his or her sitting position at any time and match the viewing angle to body height. This provides a flexible sitting position that exerts less strain on the neck and back. For added comfort, the long eyepiece tubes also enable an upright sitting position. The ErgoTube ® 10°–50° is made of antistatic material (see page 7).

ErgoTube ® 10°–50°

Order no. 10 445 822

ErgoTube ® 45°

Order no. 10 446 253

Straight binocular tube

Order no. 10 429 783

Ergo Accessories

By utilizing Leica Ergo Accessories , the user can match the viewing height and viewing angle of the various binocular tubes to his or her own height.

Straight binocular tube

This tube is ideal for observation using a steeply tilted stereomicroscope, e.g. on a swing arm stand or for OEM adaptation.

Inclined binocular tube, low

The low eyepiece tube ensures a comfortable head and arm position even at long working distances and with high outfits.

ErgoWedge ® 5°–25°

When the ErgoWedge™ is used together with the 45° binocular tube, the viewing angle can be set anywhere from 20° to 40° and the viewing height can be individually adjusted at the same time. An additional advantage is that the viewing point shifts toward the observer by up to 65mm compared with the normal outfit, resulting in a more comfortable sitting position.

The ErgoWedge ® 5°–25° is made of antistatic material (see also page 7).

Trinocular video/phototubes

Observation/phototubes with a low viewing height and an ideal viewing angle of 38° (see illustration on page 34). Available with 50% or

100% light in the photo beam path.

The adjustment range of the interpupillary distance is 52mm to 76mm for all the binocular tubes.

ErgoModule

®

50mm

When the Leica MS5 and MZ6 stereomicroscopes are combined with incident light stands and achromatic objectives, the resulting viewing height is too low for tall users. The new

ErgoModule ® raises the viewing point by 50mm, so that the user can sit upright and be more comfortable.

ErgoTube ® and ErgoModule ® are registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

ErgoWedge ® ±15°

This practical accessory enables the viewing angle of the various binocular tubes to be adjusted in two directions, either + or - 15°.

Ergonomic video/phototubes see p. 34.

ErgoModule ® 30mm–120mm

The ErgoModule ® 30mm to 120mm "stretches" short stereomicroscopes and enables users of different heights using the same instrument to adjust to an optimum viewing height.

ErgoModule ® 50mm

Order no. 10 446 170

ErgoWedge ® 5°–25°

Order no. 10 446 123

ErgoWedge ® 5°–25°

Inclined binocular tube 45° and

ErgoWedge ® ±15°, in the –15° position

Order no. 10 346 910

Inclined binocular tube 45° and

ErgoWedge ® ±15°, in the +15° position

ErgoModule ® 30mm–120mm

Order no. 10 446 171

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The requirements

Leica offers a range of high-quality objectives and eyepieces that enable the user to adjust the working distances, total magnifications and the diameters of the field of view to his or her particular application.

Ergo objective

Order no. 10 447 148

Interchangeable achromatic objectives for

Leica MS5, MZ6, MZ7

5

, MZ9

5

Objectives

To meet your imaging requirements, Leica offers a choice of high-quality interchangeable planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives and also the more affordable achromatic objectives. The assembly diagram on page 66 shows the various objectives that can be combined with the respective stereomicroscope models.

Achromatic objectives are well-suited for observing high-contrast, 3D structures.

Flat-field (planachromatic) objectives are advantageous for studying flat objects such as wafers and thin sections.

With planapochromats, the finest structures can be visualized with higher resolution.

2

× planapochromatic objective (order no. 10 447 101),

0.8

× plane objective (order no. 10 447 075),

1

× planapochromatic objective (order no. 10 447 157)

Planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives

Achromatic objectives

(Suggested for MS5, MZ6, MZ7

5

, MZ9

5)

Leica’s 0.32

×, 0.5×, 0.63×, 0.8×, 1×, 1.5×, 2× achromatic objectives offer diverse possibilities for varying field diameter, magnification range and working distances (from 27mm to 297mm).

Ergo objective

(Suggested for MS5, MZ6, MZ7

5

, MZ9

5)

With the 0.4

×– 0.63× achromatic Ergo objective it is possible to focus ergonomically and precisely with the objective instead of the focus drive. In the same respect, magnification and working distance can be changed without time consuming objective changes.

Planachromatic objective 1

× (58mm)

(Suggested for MS5, MZ6, MZ7

5

, MZ9

5)

To obtain good overall image quality, the stereomicroscope can be combined with the 1

× high-grade planachromatic objective. This objective provides a flat, sharp image to the very edge of the field.

Objectives for the MZ12

5

, MZ16 and MZ16 A

Planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives:

The high-magnification MZ12

5

, MZ16 and MZ16 A are combined with planapochromatic objectives

1

×, 0.63×, 1.6×, 2× or planachromatic objectives

1

×, 0.8× and 0.5×.

Planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives

(Suggested for MZ12

5

, MZ16, MZ16 A)

– The Leica MZ9

5 is supplied with an adapter ring for the achromatic objectives and the 1

× planachromatic objective with 58mm diameter. After removing the intermediate ring, the planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives for the MZ12

5 can be used.

– An optional adapter (10 446 172) attached to the Leica MS5, MZ6, MZ7

5 also enables using the MZ12

5 planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives (see page 66).

– When using the MZ12

5 planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives on the Leica

MS5, MZ6, MZ7

5 and MZ9

5 the magnification is increased by 1.25

× (see objective combinations on page 68).

Achromatic objectives with long focal distance:

For special applications, achromatic objectives with long working distances and focal lengths of f=100mm to 400mm are available.

Objective turret

(Suggested for MZ16, MZ16 A)

The objective turret (or revolving nosepiece) carries a 1

× and 2× planapochromatic objective. In this way, a fast switchover can be made from high-resolution/low working distance to standard resolution/long working distance lenses. During switchover the object remains sharp

(parfocal). The objective turret also serves as a microscope carrier.

Please note: When using the objective turret together with MS5, MZ6, MZ7

5

, MZ9

5 or MZ12

5 large fields of view at low magnifications are not fully illuminated.

Objective turret with 2

× and 1× planapochromatic objectives

Order no. 10 447 107

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Eyepieces

Distortion-free widefield eyepieces for eyeglass wearers, high eye-point

• Magnifications of 10

×, 16×, 25× and 40×

• Work with or without eyeglasses

• Adjustable eyecups

• Diopter setting adjustable from +5 to –5

• Photo graticules for determining image sections (measuring graticules can be implemented)

Soft eyecups

The widefield eyepieces for eyeglass wearers

10

×/21B (Order no. 10 447 160) are supplied with soft eyecups that can be attached to the integrated hard plastic eyecups. They protect your eyeglasses from becoming scratched and promote good hygeine when several users are working with the same instrument.

The distortion-free, widefield eyepieces for eyeglass wearers (10

×/21B) provide excellent imaging. Due to the distance of approximately 22mm between the eyepiece and the exit pupil (in this position the user sees the optimum circular image field), it is possible to work with or without eyeglasses. If you work without eyeglasses and want contact with the eyepieces or eyecups, you can extend the eyecups from 4mm to 20mm.

Widefield eyepieces 10

×, low eye-point

The exit pupil of the affordable widefield eyepieces 10

×/21 (Order no. 10 447 159) is approximately 12mm and is suitable for observation without eyeglasses. The soft eyecups, slanted at the sides, are easily attached. It is possible to adjust diopter settings from +5 to –5, and insert graticules.

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Wide-field eyepiece

10

×/21, eyecup,

Wide-field eyepieces for eyeglass wearers 10

×/21,

16

×/14, 25×/9.5 and 40×/6

Motor focus system on theHL transmitted light stand

Focus Drives

A choice of focus drives can be individually combined with each of the Leica MS5, MZ6,

MZ7 riers.

5

, MZ9

5

, MZ12

5

, MZ16 and MZ16 optics car-

Focus drives for incident and transmitted light stands

– Focus drives, coarse, with 300mm column,

Order no. 10 445 615, and 500mm column,

Order no. 10 446 100 (for figure, see page 18, below).

– Focus drives, coarse/fine, with 300mm column, Order no. 10 447 106, and 500mm column, Order no.10 447 185 (for figure, see page 19, below).

fortably with supported arms. Ease of movement can be adjusted individually in accordance with the microscope load. The side-faced column with focus drive is available in two versions:

– With coarse drive, fast focusing is possible over greater distances

– The coarse/fine drive permits fine focusing to

1 micron.

To ensure accurate focusing at higher magnifications, the MZ9

5

, MZ12

5

, MZ16 and MZ16 A stereomicroscopes should only be used with the coarse/fine drive.

The focus drive permits focusing along the full length of the side-faced column. The focus drive and side-faced column come already assembled. The low-positioned, convenient bilateral drive knobs enable you to work com-

Mountable focus arm for swing arm stand and

OEM

The mountable focus arm is described on page

19 (Order no. 10 447 151). This item is also a focus drive.

Leica motor focus system

– Motor focus system for incident light and transmitted light stands with 300mm column

(Order no. 10 446 176) and 500mm

(Order no. 10 447 041)

– Motor focus system with inclinable swing arm/table clamp stands,

Order no. 10 447 258

The motor focus system enables any microscope to effortlessly move up and down with the turn of a remote hand wheel, the press of a foot pedal, or by means of computer control. Five focus positions can be stored and recalled with the hand control, and an unlimited number with the computer.

Coarse/fine focusing

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Microscope Carriers

The requirements

A stereomicroscope with a logical modular concept brings real rewards. Only a steremicroscope that allows the flexibility to provide tailor-made solutions for the diverse applications of today and tomorow, and that can be adapted to many different tasks, workstations and users will prove economical in the long term.

The Leica MS5, MZ6, MZ7

5

, MZ9

5

, MZ12

5

, MZ16 and MZ16 A optics carriers fit onto the microscope carrier and are connected to the stand by the focus drive.

– The objective turret (Order no. 10 447 107) for the Leica MZ16 and MZ16 A also serves as the microscope carrier (see page 15)

– The mountable focus arm

(Order no. 10 447 151) serves as a microscope carrier and a focus drive at the same time (see page 19)

Microscope carriers for 3D observation

Order no. 10 445 617 for the Leica MS5, MZ6,

MZ7

5

, MZ9

5

, MZ12

5

Order no. 10 447 114 for the Leica MZ16 and

MZ16 A

The microscope carrier for stereoscopic observation can be secured in two different positions on the drive housing. The advantage: With its relatively short, side-faced column (300mm), the outfit is compact, yet can still be used with all 0.5x

to 2x objectives.

Optics carrier with microscope carrier mounted in the lower position, focus drive with side-faced column

Optics carrier with microscope carrier mounted in the upper position

The optics carrier, which fits into the microscope carrier, can be turned to the left and right if the user wants to view from the side. The optics carrier can also be quickly and easily removed from the yoke and fitted to another stand.

A connection socket for an earthing cable

∅ 4mm and light guide connection are provided on the microscope carrier.

Microscope carrier AX

Microscope carrier, with selectable stereoscopic and axial image

– Order no. 10 445 518 for the Leica MS5, MZ6,

MZ7

5

, MZ9

5 with achromatic objectives and columns with focus drive

– Order no. 10 447 062 for the Leica MZ12

5

,

MZ16 and MZ16 A and for configurations with planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives (required for use with motor focus)

A built-in stray light diaphragm prevents disturbing reflections during axial observation with coaxial incident illumination and a quarter-wave plate.

Mountable focus arm for OEM

In this outfit, the microscope carrier and the focus drive form a single entity. The

∅ 15.8mm

(5/8") diameter peg enables the microscope to be fitted easily to machines, bonders and rigs.

A tiltable joint aligns the optics carrier to the object being observed. Ease of movement of the focus drive is adjustable. The same mountable focus arm can also be used on the swing arm stands (page 22).

Users who intend to do 3D image stacking, a great deal of photography, take measurements, or work with polarization should select the microscope carrier AX for stereoscopic/axial observation. The parallax-free imaging provided by the vertical beam path offers more exact results.

Axial observation switched on

Microscope carrier for stereoscopic / axial observation

Mountable focus arm for OEM and swing arm stands

Order no. 10 447 254

Focus drive, coarse/fine, for incident light and transmitted light stands with side-faced column. Optics carrier in the microscope carrier turned sideways

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Incident Light Stand

The requirements

It is important to arrange the stereomicroscope workstation in exact accordance with individual requirements. The stereomicroscope easily integrates into the work process if the sturdy stand

Incident light stand, anti-static

The incident light stand consists of:

– Incident light base (Order no. 10 446 340)

– Focus drive, coarse (Order no. 10 445 615)

– Microscope carrier (Order no. 10 445 617) offers unrestricted access to the object and adequate space for tools and jigs.

The flat, anti-static incident light base occupies little space. This stand is suitable for the Leica

MS5 and MZ6 and is fitted with a black/white stage plate

∅ 120mm. This ergonomic base plate, with its beveled edge, provides comfortable support for the hands.

Incident light stand, anti-static

Incident light stand with sub-base for transmitted light

Sub-base for transmitted light

Using the transmitted light sub-base (Order no.

10 446 341), the small incident light base (Order no. 10 446 340) can be affordably converted to observe transparent objects. For illumination, a cold light source with light guide is necessary.

Using an adjustable mirror, the light can be guided at any angle from vertical to nearly horizontal through the object plane. Depending on the inclination of the mirror, certain object structures can be more easily visualized. For example, when observing translucent objects, such as foraminifera and fish eggs, psuedodarkfield illumination is usually preferred.

Incident light stand, large base

The solid, stable large baseplate is suitable for all M-series stereomicroscopes and especially for heavy outfits.

Individually configure your large incident light stand. Order the following:

– Incident light stand, large base

(Order no. 10 445 631)

Choice of focus drive:

– Focus drive, coarse, with 300mm column

(Order no. 10 445 615) or 500mm column

(Order no. 10 446 100)

– Focus drive, coarse/fine, with 300mm column (Order no. 10 447 106) or 500mm column (Order no. 10 447 185 )

– Motor focus system with 300mm column

(Order no. 10 446 176) or 500mm column

(Order no. 10 447 041)

Choice of microscope carrier:

– Microscope carrier

(Order no. 10 445 617 or 10 447 114)

– Microscope carrier AX

(Order no. 10 445 518 or 10 447 062)

Incident light stand, large base

Swing Arm Stands

Standard swing arm stand with Leica MS5 and inclinable focus drive (10 447

254), integrated microscope carrier

Swing arm stands offer ample room for large objects (rocks, metal castings, circuit boards) placed directly on the bench top. Various adjustments enable the workstation to be arranged as required.

The optics carrier can be turned in either direction in the microscope carrier if a lateral working position is needed.

circuits. The stand consists of ESD discharging material and is fitted with two connection sockets for

∅4mm earthing cables. This stable stand is suitable for the similarly anti-static Leica MS5,

MZ6, MZ7

5 and MZ9

5

. Order the following:

– Base, small (10 447 260) or medium

(10 446 436)

– Vertical column 470/35mm (10 447 008)

– ESD horizontal arm (10 447 097) with clamp and cross-member

– One focus drive of your choice and dependent upon focus drive used also a microscope carrier (see assembly diagram on p. 72)

Instead of a base, the ESD swing arm stand can also be mounted to jigs, machines and stages with a thickness of 21–70 mm by means of a flange (10 447 006) or a stage clamp

(10 447 007).

ESD swing arm stand

• Base with anti-static, durable coating, stainless, available in 2 sizes

• Vertical column 470/35mm made of chrome-plated steel, stainless

• Swinging arm and cross-member made of black anodized aluminum, stainless, grease-free run

• 5 different focus drives with plug

∅15.8mm (5/8’’)

• Many and diverse options to mount the focus drives on the horizontal arm

• Easy-glide adjustment

• Tapered horizontal arm secures the stereomicroscope against inadvertent rotation

• Ergonomic control panels

• Stage clamp and flange available as options

The ESD swing arm stand offers protection against electrostatic discharge during assembly and quality control of electronic components such as printed circuit boards and integrated

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ESD swing arm stand, standard and large

Standard swing arm stand with Leica MS5 and focus drive, coarse/fine (10 447 257) with inclinable column, microscope carrier (10 447 114) and adapter for cold-light source Leica L2 (10 446 375)

The base is fitted with special dampening feet that significantly reduce the postoscillation of the system. This ensures that the image always remains steady for observation and photography, even if frequent vibrations should occur in the working environment.

Order the following:

– Base, medium (10 446 436)

– Vertical column 470/35mm (10 447 008)

– Standard horizontal arm (10 447 098) with clamp and cross-member

– One focus drive of your choice and dependent upon focus drive used also a microscope carrier (see assembly diagram on p.

72)

Instead of a base, the standard swing-arm stand can also be mounted to jigs, machines and stages by means of a flange (10 447 006) or a stage clamp (10 447 007).

Standard swing arm stands

• Easy-glide even adjustment of the horizontal arm due to ball bearing and lateral polyamide bearing

• Continuous adjustable braking resistance

• Limiting stop for reproducible stereomicroscope positioning

• Base with antistatic, durable coatings, stainless

• Vertical column 470/35mm made of chrome-plated steel, stainless

• Swinging arm and cross-member made of black anodized aluminum, stainless, grease-free

• 5 different focus drives with plug

∅ 15.8mm (5/8’’)

• Many and diverse options to mount the focus drives on the horizontal arm

• Ergonomic control panels

• Stage clamp and flange available as options

Flex-arm

The flex-arm provides horizontal and vertical movement of up to 90cm, enabling large objects such as circuit boards, works of art or large fossils to be examined. Ease of movement is individually adjustable. The flex-arm offers ample movement for dentistry, as the microscope can swing to and from the object. The adjustable balancing enables the stereomicroscope to be moved effortlessly. Since the instrument can be secured at any given height, it can be moved in the horizontal plane without affecting the sharpness of focus. It can fit onto tables, walls and machines.

Order the following:

– Flex-arm (Order no. 13 312 610)

– Focusing drive, inclinable (Order no.

10 447 254), microscope carrier integrated

The horizontal arm can easily and evenly be moved forward and backward by means of ball bearing and lateral polyamide bearing so that even frequent position changes are easily and precisely possible without exerting force. For this purpose, the braking resistance can be adjusted individually. The limiting stop can be used to determine a position on the horizontal arm to which it is always possible to return after a movement. This facilitates and accelerates the work for reproducible examinations.

Flex-arm with focus drive, inclinable

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Drive housing with coarse/fine drive,

Order no. 10 445 629, on the universal stand

The large swing arm stand is perfect for handling heavy stereomicroscope equipment and offers the greatest operating comfort.

The ball-bearing horizontal arm moves very easily, the braking resistance is continuously adjustable. In addition to the adjustable stop on the horizontal arm for reproducible positioning, the stand column also features an adjustment for defining the lateral swinging angle of the horizontal arm. Using the rack rail and crank, even heavy equipment can be moved up and down without exerting force.

Order the following:

– Base, large (10 446 437)

– Vertical column 500/57mm (10 447 230) or

800/57mm (10 447 014)

– Horizontal arm, large (10 447 099) with cross-member

– One focus drive of your choice or the motor focus (10 447 258 ) and dependent upon focus drive used also a microscope carrier (see assembly diagram on p. 70)

Large swing arm stand with Leica MZ16, coarse/fine focus drive (10 447 257) with inclinable column and microscope carrier (10 447 114)

Large swing arm stand

• Easy-glide even adjustment of the horizontal arm due to ball bearing and lateral polyamide bearing

• Continuous adjustable braking resistance

• Limiting stop for reproducible stereomicroscope positioning

• Rack rail and crank for height positioning of heavy stereomicroscopes without exerting force

• Large, stable base with antistatic, durable coating, stainless

• Vertical column 800/57 or 500/57mm made of chrome-plated steel, stainless

• Swinging arm and cross-member made of black anodized aluminum, stainless, grease-free

• Freely positionable limits for lateral swing movement (up to 90°)

• 6 different focus drives, including motor focus with plug

∅ 15.8mm (5/8’’)

• Many and diverse options to mount the focus drives on the horizontal arm

• Ergonomic control panels

Universal stand

The universal stand is characterized by exceptional stability. Vibrations which would be disturbing during observation at high magnifications or in photography are eliminated with this stand. The base plate readily accepts large objects as well as magnetic stage carriers (see page 28). The coarse/fine drive permits precise focusing at high magnifications and with heavy additional equipment. The same focus drive is also used on the discussion tube.

Dimensions of baseplate: 530

× 350 × 25mm.

The stable, universal stand is suitable for all

M-series models and heavy outfits. Order the following:

– Base plate with 450mm column,

∅ 50mm

(Order no. 10 445 153) or 800mm column,

∅ 50mm (Order no. 10 445 154)

– Drive housing with coarse/fine drive for

∅ 50mm columns (Order no. 10 445 629)

Choice of microscope carrier:

– Microscope carrier

(Order no. 10 445 617 or 10 447 114)

– Microscope carrier AX

(Order no. 10 445 518 or 10 447 062)

Transmitted light stand, bright field

Order no. 10 445 387

Transmitted Light Stands

The requirements

For observing transparent objects under the stereomicroscope, a transmitted light stand is ideal. Even low contrast objects can be sharply reproduced in true color. The ability to observe doublerefracting materials and thin sections in transmitted polarized light is also important..

Transmitted light

is used for inspecting transparent objects such as fibers, embryos, and small fish, and also specially prepared and stained objects such as thin cuts, smears and sections. The following illumination techniques are possible with Leica stereomicroscopes:

Transmitted light, brightfield

is suitable for transparent objects with contrasting structures. The object is directly illuminated from below and is seen in its natural colors against a bright background.

Transmitted light, darkfield

provides more information for weakly contrasting objects with structures which are either poorly defined or very fine. In this case, the light beams penetrate the object at a flat angle. Finely detailed structures and contours contrast brilliantly and brightly on a dark background.

Oblique transmitted light

traverses the object at a shallow angle, and will produce effects advantageous for observing semi-transparent, opaque objects such as foraminifera and fish eggs.

Polarization, transmitted light

makes double-refraction visible and measurable. Birefringent materials, such as many organic and inorganic crystals (including minerals), bones, polymers, glass and liquid crystal displays, can be studied.

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Transmitted light stand, bright / darkfield

(Order no. 10 445 363) with rotatable polarization stage

Three stable transmitted light stands are available for all the models in the M-series and for heavy outfits. Each stand is fitted with a glass stage plate

∅ 120mm. Individually configue your own transmitted light outfit. Order the following:

Choice of base

– Transmitted light base, brightfield 20W

(Order no. 10 445 387)

– Transmitted light base, bright/darkfield

(Order no. 10 445 363)

– Transmitted light base HL

(Order no. 10 445 367)

Transmitted light stand, bright / darkfield

• Choice of bright or darkfield, selectable

• Uniformly illuminated object field

• Illumination using fiber-optic light guide

• Stand remains cool

• Large working surface; glass stage plate

∅120mm

• Comfortable handrest

• High stability

Choice of focus drive:

– Focus drive, coarse, with 300mm column

(Order no. 10 445 615) or 500mm column

(Order no. 10 446 100)

– Focus drive, coarse/fine, with 300mm column (Order no. 10 447 106) or 500mm column (Order no. 10 447 185 )

– Motor focus system with 300mm column

(Order no. 10 446 176) or 500mm (Order no. 10 447 041)

This is the stand of choice for observations and photomicrography in bright and darkfield. The switchover between the two illuminating techniques only takes a moment with the lever.

Unlike the asymmetrical dark-field with inclined transmitted light, a fiber-optic ring in this stand ensures a uniform illumination of the object field from all sides. The fiber-optic light guide with an external light source serves for illuminating. The stand remains cool.

Choice of microscope carrier:

– Microscope carrier (Order no. 10 445 617 or

10 447 114)

– Microscope carrier AX (Order no. 10 445 518 or 10 447 062)

Transmitted light stand, brightfield

• Direction of illumination can be varied: oblique illumination

• Option of asymmetrical dark-field illumination

• Uniformly illuminated object field

• Infinitely variable brightness adjustment

• 6V/20W halogen illumination

• Choice of holder for filters

∅ 50mm

• Socket for an incident lamp

• Built-in transformer

• Large working surface; glass stage plate

∅120mm

• Comfortable handrest

• High stability

The transmitted light stand for brightfield includes a complete illumination system, comprising a 6V/20W halogen lamp and a 0-7V regulating transformer. A tiltable mirror enables the light to fall on the specimen plane at any angle from vertical to grazing incidence.

The mirror can be adjusted to produce a continuous gradation from transmitted light brightfield to asymmetrical darkfield.

Sub-base for transmitted light, brightfield

This is a competitively-priced solution: The incident light stand with a small base can be converted into a transmitted light stand by placing it on the sub-base for transmitted light (page 20).

Transmitted light stand HL

Order no. 10 445 367

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Transmitted light stand HL RC™

Order no. 10 446 359

Transmitted light stand HL RC TM

• Homogenous bright-field illumination with 2 different diffusion grades

• Inclined bright field illumination for the complete magnification range

• Asymmetrical darkfield for the entire magnification range

• Contrast increase via the complete object field without relief display

• Positive or inverted relief presentation

• Flexible adjustment of the light gap in the dynamic relief contrast across the entire object field

• Simple differentiation of phase structures and absorbing structures

• Relief contrast across a large zoom range

• Regulating the relief effect from light to heavy

• No brightness loss with relief contrast that are hardly visible in direct transmitted light brightfield. The HL RC TM transmitted light base provides the option of observing phase specimens without artificial dye in impressive relief contrast.

The Rottermann Contrast TM technology is a partial illumination technique that represents changes of the refractive index as brightness variance. Phase structures then typically act as spatial, relief-type images – in the positive relief contrast like hills, in the inverted relief contrast like recesses. The two built-in diaphragms that create the relief effect can be set individually from open to closed. In addition, fine-tilting the path-folding mirror using the rotary knob on the right side of the base allows for regulating the relief effect from weak to strong. This results in a multitude of variants to obtain the maximum possible amount of information from every object.

The high-performance HL RC TM transmitted light base meets the most demanding requirements for observation and documentation. The innovative Rottermann Contrast TM from Leica

Microsystems is the new technology for contrast-rich presentation of transparent samples

Transmitted light stand HL

• For demanding observation and documentation

• High stability for video and photography

• Ratchet for exact brightfield with maximum brightness

• Extremely bright, uniform illumination

• Optional condenser for increasing the

NA illumination

• Adjustable reflector for vertical and oblique illumination

• Reflector has mirror and matte sides for direct or diffuse illumination

• Cold light source and fiber optic light guide

• Glass stage plate,

∅120mm

With the HL high-performance stand, the angle at which the light falls on the object can be varied in accordance with the characteristics of the object and the type of information required. The base has a deviating mirror which can be rotated and also displaced towards the column, which enables particular object structures to be emphasized. The illumination for the transmitted light base HL is produced by a fiber-optic light guide via an external cold-light source. Thanks to this technique, the object field stays cool which proves to be a great advantage when observing heat-sensitive, biological specimens.

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Stages

The following stages can be used with any of the incident light and transmitted light stands in the

M-series.

Gliding stage

∅120mm

With this accessory specimens can be accurately displaced and turned. The gliding stage is used with the black/white stage plate, a clear glass stage plate or a cup stage.

Gliding stage

Order no. 10 446 301

Cup stage

∅120mm

Petri dishes, and highly contoured specimens such as plants and insects, can be attached to the surface of the cup stage and studied from all angles.

Cup stage

Order no. 10 446 303

Universal carrier

∅120mm

The universal carrier enables certain custom instruments to be adapted to Leica stands.

Leica LED transmitted light illumination

• Color temperature 5000 K (daylight!)

• 20 white diodes

• Illuminated area

∅ 55mm

• Glass slide made of composite glass

• Continuous brightness control via operating unit

• Free of ripple and flicker

Universal carrier

Order no. 10 446 304

• Noiseless, vibration-free operation

• Compact, cost-efficient, long-life

• Battery operation possible

The low-profile transmitted light insert is inserted recessed into the

∅120mm stage opening of the incident light stand and is suitable for routine tasks. 20 diodes provide an homogenous illumination of the area while developing minimal heat. This cost-efficient transmitted illumination excels through low power consumption, long life and low maintenance costs.

Leica MATS thermal stage

– Uniform heat distribution across the entire stage surface

– Excellent temperature stability: over 5 hours only < 0.5° C at 37 °C

– Fastest warm-up time: 40° C in approximately 3.5 minutes

– Exact control and regulation of the stage temperature

– Heating up to 50°C adjustable in 0.1°C

– Digital display

– Multiple stages available for Leica stereomicroscopes and compound microscopes

(upright and inverted)

The Leica MATS Thermocontrol System enables the observation of specimens that require environmental control, such as live cells in biology, medicine and pharmaceutics. The specimen stage made of optical glass can be heated up to

50° C. Leica MATS ensures a uniform temperature distribution and is suitable for almost any kind of specimen or laboratory experiment.

Stage carrier, magnetic

This tool allows Leica stages to be used with a boom stand configuration (Order no. 10 439 170) Transmitted light insert with diode illumination

(Order no. 30 240 001)

Leica MATS

Thermocontrol System

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Illuminators

The requirements

Correct illumination is the key to informative investigation and inspection. The better the object is illuminated, the more details become visible, and the more reliable the inspection and photographic documentation are.

Inclined incident light, darkfield

When contoured objects are illuminated with oblique incident light, the rays of light fall on the object from above at an angle to bring out details (steep to shallow). This type of lighting softens dark shadows. This lighting technique can be accomplished by using gooseneck fiber optics or a ring lamp.

Coaxial incident light, brightfield

is used to reveal the structures of flat, highlyreflecting objects such as wafers, integrated circuits, liquid crystal displays and metal sections by using interference colors. Using this method of illumination, the light rays are polarized, then reflected directly into the two observation beam paths of the stereomicroscope. The light beams shine through the objective onto the reflecting surface of the object and are reflected back into the objective at a similar angle through the use of a quarter-wave plate. Amazing detail can be seen.

Vertical incident light

is projected at 5° off of the optical axis so that the light penetrates recesses and enables boreholes and cavities to be observed.

Disturbing shadows which may be caused by tools on the stage are avoided during work.

Fluorescence

When irradiated with short-wave light, fluorescent substances emit light of a higher wavelength. Stereo fluorescence is an observational technique for research (molecular cell biology, biochemistry, molecular pharmacology, biology) and for the metalworking, electronics and paper industries, as well as in criminology.

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Mains lamp 25W

This competitively-priced incident lamp with direct power connection and 25W reflector bulb features the same lamp holders and adaptation possibilities as for the 10W incident lamp.

6V/10W incident illuminator

• Competitively-priced incident lamp

• 6V/10W halogen bulb

• Focusable light spot

• Color temperature 2800K

• Diffusing filter, filter holder

• Diverse possibilities for adaptation

• Regulating or step transformer

6V/20W incident illuminator

• High-quality incident lamp for observation and photography

• Centrable 6V/20W halogen bulb

• Variable diameter for light spot

• Color temperature 3200K

• Built-in, heat-absorbing filter

• Diffusing filter, filter holder

• Freely positionable lamp holder

• Diverse possibilities for adaptation

• Infinitely variable regulation of the light intensity

The 6V/10W incident lamp is suitable for observing 3D objects. The light concentration of the bright, homogenous light spot can be matched to the diameter of the field of view.

If necessary, filter holders can be mounted

(

∅ 50mm). Various adapters enable it to be connected to the side-faced column, objective mount, or cast foot.

The 6V/20W incident lamp is a good choice where ideal light quality, high light output, completely uniform illumination and color temperature of 3200K are required. The size of the light spot and the light concentration on the object level can be infinitely optimized..

In addition to the diffusing filter supplied, three additional filter holders, which accept any

∅ 32mm filters can be attached to the lamp housing. The lamp holder is very flexible and can be adjusted to any position. It can be fit to the universal stand on the side-faced column (using adapter), cast base, or focus drive.

Regulating transformer

Two incident lamps with halogen bulb can be connected to the 5.3V–7.5V/40VA (115V/230V regulating transformer. Adjustment to the input voltage of the supply system is done automatically. Safety-tested: LGA, CE, EN 60950, CCA.

Step transformer

This affordable transformer is for powering an incident lamp with halogen bulb. Brightness adjustable in three steps, 4/5/6V.

6V/20W incident illuminator

Order no. 10 445 155

6V/20W incident illuminator on cast foot, Order no. 10 399 202

6V/10W incident illuminator

Order no. 10 400 028 with arm (10 399 211)

25W mains lamp

Order no. 10 407 725

Regulating transformer for incident illumination

Order no. 10 447 262

4/5/6V step transformer

Order no. 10 445 314

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Cold Light Illuminations

Fiber optic light guides

Fiber optic illuminators are available. Flexible gooseneck guides can be clamped onto the microscope carrier.

The Leica CLS cold ight sources

The Leica CLS cold light sources provide the strongest light intensity within the smallest space and flicker-free white light with a minimum heat influence on the specimens.

Leica LED1000

Leica L2 cold-light source

Order no. 10 446 385

Leica LED illumination

• Color temperature 5000 K (daylight!)

• Free of ripple and flicker

• Long life

• Quiet, vibration-free operation

• Extremely compact design

• Battery operation possible

• Modular concept allows for a combination of ring illuminator and spotlight

Leica LED1000 (Laser Emitting Diode) illumination is available with a ring lamp and/or spot and is suitable for routine tasks with the Leica MS5,

MZ6, MZ7

5

, MZ9

5 stereomicroscopes. LEDs, which do not generate any heat, are used as illuminators.

Fluorescent illumination

The fluorescence ring light offers a homogenous illuminated area in daylight quality. With its antistatic properties, the housing is also suitable for ESD work stations.

• Different models for 30-W, 100-W, 150-W halogen reflector lamps

• Maximum light intensity at fiber-optics output

∅ 6mm depending upon model 5 Mlx, 8 Mlx,

17 Mlx or 19 Mlx

• Maximum bulb service life

• Unlimited combination possibilities of light sources and fiber-optic light guides

• Brightness control (potentiometer) with/without change of color temperature

• Thermal overload protection, axial fan

• Meets all safety-relevant standards

• ESD design

When combining the light sources with gooseneck guides, we also recommend the base

(30 117 209). It increases the stability when adjusting the fiber-optic light guides.

When using the ring lamp (

∅ 76mm) on the planachromatic objective 0.8

× (∅ 80mm), a special adapter (10 447 078) is required.

Clamp for fixing the fiber-optic light guide to the microscope carrier

Order no. 10 445 737

• Color temperature 5500 K

• Illuminated area

∅ 55mm

• 360º shadow-free, homogenous illuminated area

• Free of ripple and flicker

• Noiseless, vibration-free operation

• Long life

• ESD protective grating

• Battery operation possible

Fluorescence ring illuminator

Order no. 30 310 001

Leica LED1000, ring illuminator and spotlight

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Leica L2 – compact, modular cold-light source

• Highest total light flux of 63 lumens at the fiber optic light guide

• No 100Hz flicker, no scattered light, constant color temperature 3200 °K

• Smallest (125mm

×110mm×150mm) and lightest (0.5kg) cold light source

• The only cold light source that can be coupled directly to the stereomicroscope. Thus the complete outfit requires minimal space, and the illumination remains constant when the stereomicroscope is moved

• The only cold light source with volt-sensitive supply unit, which assures a stable light output and automatic adjustment to the respective power voltage of 100V–240V

• Anti-static housing

• Long lamp service life of 250 hours, simple lamp change without using tool

• Noiseless, vibration-free operation

• Diverse fiber optic light guides with protective (self-extinguishing Megolon ® ) coating

• Accessories for coaxial, vertical, and transmitted light illumination

Fluorescence

Leica stereofluorescence module

• For three-dimensional observation of living organisms

• Intensive incident illumination

• Differentiation of the finest structures

• Choice of special filter sets, e.g. for GFP

• UV light user protection

The powerful fluorescence module enables whole, fluorescing specimens to be viewed three-dimensionally, manipulated, sorted and recorded. The intense light produced by the mercury lamp, together with appropriate filter sets, enables even the finest structures, such as individual nerve cells, hairs, cracks, blemishes, inclusions or dirt particles, to be imaged.

Note:

UV radiation could damage the eyes. To protect the eyes of the observer, please order the UV protection screen (10 446 154), the arm

(10 399 211) and the clamp (10 445 654).

The Leica L2 cold light source is suitable for all applications in industry and life science. The respective accessories are also available for coaxial, vertical and transmitted light illumination techniques. The Leica L2 offers higher performance at a lower price than other cold light sources in the 20W class.

Only from Leica

Discover the best fluorescence stereomicroscopes of the world: the first motorized, automated, fully apochromatic Leica MZ16 FA

(brochure M1-116-5) and the powerful, fully apochromatic Leica MZ16 F with 16:1 zoom

(brochure M1-116-8).

Coaxial incident illuminator

Order no. 10 446 180

Near Vertical illuminator

Order no. 10 445 198

Coaxial incident illuminator

With coaxial illumination, flat, reflecting object surfaces become visible. The M-series coaxial illuminator has a magnification factor of 1.5

×.

Order the intermediate ring (10 446 300) for the

MZ7

5

, MZ9

5 with the 1x planachromatic objective; the largest object fields are then fully illuminated. Also order a fiber optic light guide

(ferrule diameter of 13mm) and a cold light source.

Leica L5 FL fluorescence system

• Blue or green fluorescence

• Quick change between fluorescence and bright-field observation possible

• Bright 250-W cold-light reflector lamp

• Color temperature 3350° K

• Filter wheel with 5 filter holders for excitation, color and daylight filter

• Filter changer for suppression filter

• Comfortable high-performance cold-light source

• Fiber-optic light guide and illumination optics

Near vertical illumination

The near vertical illuminator is used with interchangeable objectives of focal lengths 100mm,

150mm, 175mm or 200mm. The f=200mm objective fully illuminates a 66mm of view. The incidence angle of this system is approximately 5°.

Please order the appropriate intermediate rings to match the instrument (see page 67).

The Leica L5 FL is an affordable, high-quality fluorescence system for blue or green fluorescence excitation. The Leica L5 FL simplifies daily routine work in the laboratory and is suitable for training courses, forensics and industrial stereofluorescence applications.

For details see brochure M1-205-1.

Stereo fluorescence module

Leica L5 FL fluorescence system

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Integrated Cameras

The requirements

Those who are using their stereomicroscopes for demanding control and examination tasks, would also like to document the observed objects – as a working document, as evidence material, as illustration for publication and on the Internet or for training purposes. For this reason, an optical precision instrument with high benefits must always allow for state-of-the-art documentation types, such as digital imaging, photography, video and film without complicated special adjustments.

The modular accessory program for digital imaging, video and photography from Leica Microsystems fulfills all individual documentation desires of the professional microscopy. You can combine your tailor-made documentation system or discuss your requirements with your Leica consultant.

Leica IC A integrated video module

The Leica IC A (Integrated Camera Analog) is a high-end integrated analog camera with automatic digital control of the high-end class. The video module is attached directly underneath the binocular tube without any additional video/phototube and is protected against dust.

Detailed information in brochure M1-393-1.

Functions

The Leica IC A video module permits simple, affordable, fast, environment-friendly, and highquality picture production on video printers and recording of moving pictures on the video recorder. Directly coupled to a PC, photos can be processed immediately, stored or subsequently used for direct transmission.

Automatic digital control

The automatic digital control of the camera ensures reproduction quality and reliability for many years of use. The coupling to the beam path of the stereomicroscope ensures the best image quality right up to the edge of the monitor and a reflection-free image in the binocular tube. The image sharpness on the monitor and in the eyepieces is identical. The center of the image also remains fixed when the magnification is changed.

Basic settings

The video module is optimally adjusted for microscopy purposes with regard to sharpness, brightness and color. The user can work with the factory settings or control the brightness and contrast of the entire image (integrated) or a certain section (spot) and save/call up the changed settings.

Leica IC A

Integrated video module

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FireWire Leica IC D color camera system

• Fast data transfer with standard FireWire

• Live image for fast focusing and positioning

• 3.3 megapixel CCD with Bayer Array RGB filter

• Resolution of 2088

× 1550 pixels, interpolated up to 7.3 megapixel =

3132

× 2325 pixels

• Exposure time between 230 µs and 30 s

• Color depth up to 36 bit RGB

• Connection to all stereomicroscopes of the M-series

• Intuitive user interface with practical functions for image recording and editing

The digital FireWire Leica IC D color camera provides the user with a powerful, ergonomical, cost-efficient and compact solution for professional image recording, archiving, analysis, editing, presentation or printing. The supplied Leica

DFC Twain camera software allows for an efficient recording and editing of the data. The camera operates fully automatically. In addition, manual image optimization is possible with a few clicks of the mouse. nology allows for a fast baud rate without loss of information or quality and generates a noise-free, sharp and true-color live image on the monitor. In addition, the innovative true-color calibration from Leica Microsystems ensures natural color reproduction and excellent image quality.

For a detailed description of the Leica IC D, see the brochure M1-393-4

Ergonomic design

The camera housing sits protected against dust between binocular tube and optics carrier of the

Leica M stereomicroscopes without additional video/phototube and can be combined with the ErgoTubes ® or ErgoModules ® from the Leica ergonomics program. The Leica IC D is easy to install via a single FireWire connecting cable and can be connected to any PC or Macintosh with a monitor.

Digitizing on the CCD chip

The 3.3-megapixel RGB sensor provides a resolution of 2088

× 1550 pixels (interpolated up to

7.3 megapixel = 3132

× 2325 pixels). The light sensitivity of the CCD sensor can be adjusted via gain control to obtain a maximum signal quality prior to digitizing.

The brightness signals impinging on the CCD chip are digitized directly at the camera head with a resolution of 12 bits per color channel. This tech-

Connection via a single FireWire cable

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Leica IC D, integrated in the

Leica MS5 stereomicroscope

FireWire Leica IC D color camera

Video/Phototubes

Feature

Use

Special features

Observation

Light distribution for photography/ video

Trinocular video/phototube

50%

Universal for photography, video, digital imaging

Reduces the height trinocular

50% stereoscopic observation

– 50% visual stereoscopic

– 50% in video/photo path

Trinocular video/phototube

100%

Universal for photography, video, digital imaging directs 100% light into the camera, for poorly illuminated objects trinocular

100% stereoscopic observation, switchable to video/photo

– 100% visual in one eyepiece

– 100% in video/ photo path

Trinocular tube ultra-low

Universal for photography, video, TV, film

Reduces the height for high equipment, factor 1.25

× trinocular

100% stereoscopic observation

– 100% in the video/photo beam path

– 100% visual in the left eyepiece

Video/phototube

HD-50

Video/phototube

HD-F

Video/phototube

HD-V

Video/phototube

A

Universal for photography, video, digital imaging

Universal for photography, video,

TV, film

Simultaneous photography and video transmission

Simultaneous photography and video transmission, fixed part system

Universal for photography, video,

TV, film

3 selectable distribution ratios

Universal for photography, video, digital imaging

Competitivelypriced, for nonstereoscopic observation on the monitor trinocular

50% stereoscopic observation /

50% in the right and left video/ photo beam path, switchable to video/photo trinocular

50% stereoscopic observation

– 50% visual in the right eyepiece

– 50% in the right video path

– 100% in the left video/photo path

– 50% in the video/ photo path trinocular monocular

– 100% stereoscopic observation

– 50% stereoscopic observation

– 50% in the video/ photo beam path

– 100% visual in the right eyepiece/

– 100% in the video/photo path

No stereoscopic observation

– 100% in the video/ photo path

Double-iris diaphragm

Leica microphoto systems

Supported

SLR cameras

Usable video systems purchase separately

– Leica MPS30

– Leica MPS60 purchase separately

– Leica MPS30

– Leica MPS60 purchase separately

– Leica MPS30

– Leica MPS60 purchase separately

– Leica MPS30

– Leica MPS60

– various state-of-the-art camera housings, analog and digital

– 3-chip video modules,

1/2” and 2/3” with B-mount

– 1/3”-, 1/2”, 2/3”,

3/4” and 1” video modules with C-mount

– various state-of-the-art camera housings, analog and digital

– 3-chip video modules,

1/2” and 2/3” with B-mount

– 1/3”, 1/2”, 2/3”,

3/4” and 1” video modules with C-mount

– various state-of-the-art camera housings, analog and digital

– 3-chip video modules,

1/2" and 2/3" with B-mount;

– 1/3", 1/2", 2/3“,

3/4“ and 1“ video modules with C-mount

– various state-of-the-art camera housings, analog and digital

– 3-chip video modules,

1/2” and 2/3” with B-mount;

– 1/3”, 1/2”, 2/3”,

3/4” and 1” video modules with C-mount purchase separately

– Leica MPS30

– Leica MPS60 purchase separately

– Leica MPS30

– Leica MPS60

– various state-of-the-art camera housings, analog and digital

– 3-chip video modules,

1/2” and 2/3” with B-mount

– 1/3”, 1/2”, 2/3”,

3/4” and 1” video modules with C-mount

– various state-of-the-art camera housings, analog and digital

– 3-chip video modules,

1/2” and 2/3” with B-mount

– 1/3”, 1/2”, 2/3”,

3/4” and 1” video modules with C-mount purchase separately

– Leica MPS60

– various state-of-the-art camera housings, analog and digital

– 3-chip video modules,

1/2” and 2/3” with B-mount

– 1/3”, 1/2”, 2/3”,

3/4” and 1” video modules with C-mount

Digital image recording systems

– Leica DFC camera line

– Leica DFC camera line

– Leica DFC camera line

– Leica DFC camera line

– Leica DFC camera line

– Leica DFC camera line

– Leica DFC camera line

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Video/Phototubes

Video/phototube A

Order no. 10 445 925

Trinocular video/phototube

Order no. 10 445 924 50

Order no. 10 446 229 100

Video/phototubes are used adapting a Leica digital camera, an MPS system or various commercially available digital or analog SLR and video cameras.

Trinocular or monocular attachment

The use of trinocular video/phototubes allows the user to stereoscopically observe the object in the binocular tube. In the video/photo beam path the light is directed, depending on the part-system, via the video/photo interface to the camera.

With the monocular attachment using phototube

A, the object and sharpness can only be observed on the monitor or in the viewfinder/focusing telescope on the camera, depending on the documentation outfit.

Trinocular video/phototubes

The trinocular video/phototube is an observation and video/phototube all in one. Thanks to the low viewing height and deep position of the eyepiece this tube offers comfortable viewing for high outfits with accessories such as transmitted light stand, coaxial illumination or fluorescence module. The center of gravity of the camera is above the right beam path, thus ensuring high stability.

The trinocular video/phototube is available in two versions with differing part-systems.

Trinocular video/phototube 50% with fixed

part-system: in the video/photo beam path

50% of the light is directed to the camera, whereby the object is observed stereoscopically with 50% light and can be treated.

While taking the photo, a selectable diaphragm prevents foreign light from shining through the eyepieces.

Video/phototube A

The monocular phototube A is suitable for users who observe the object on the monitor or seldom take photographs, whereby they observe the object in the viewfinder or focusing telescope of the camera. In the photo interface there is 100% light available.

Trinocular video/phototube 100% for poor light conditions: A switchover is possible between the observation and the video/photo beam path. When the observation beam path is switched on, 100% light is directed to each of the eyepieces. In the video/photo beam path 100% light is directed into both the camera and the left eyepiece.

Trinocular tube, ultra-low

The ultra-low trinocular tube is specifically suited for high equipment since the viewing height is lowered by approx. 78mm and the viewing angle is 28°. The tube factor is 1.25

× and causes an additional magnification.

Switching between 100% visual stereoscopic and photo position 100% at 100% observation in the left eyepiece.

Trinocular tube, ultra-low

Order no. 10 446 229

Video/phototube HD-F, vis 50% /

50% / photo 50%

Order no. 10 446 308

Video/phototube HD V, selectable vis 50% / 50% / photo 50%; Vis 100% in the right eyepiece / photo 100%;

Vis 100% , Order no. 10 447 309

Video/phototubes HD F & HD V

The video/phototubes HD F and HD V are optimized for the adaptation of state-of-the-art digital cameras to obtain perfect results for image processing. The video/phototubes can be combined with the binocular tubes and the

ErgoModules™ from the Leica ergonomics program. A range of high-quality video objectives with different self-magnifications and C-mount allows for the selection of different image sections.

Note: The video objective 0.32

× is shorter. For large cameras, please use the low inclined binocular tube (10 429 781) on the video/phototubes HD F and HD V.

Video/phototube HD-50

The two side interfaces on the video/phototube

HD-50 can be used simultaneously for photography and video. A switchover is possible between the observation and the video/photo beam path.

When the video/photo beam path is switched on,

50% light is available in the right interface for the modern, highly sensitive video modules. 100% light in the left interface also allows photography or video during critical light conditions.

While taking the picture, the object can be monitored with the right eye at 50%. Depending on the outfit, the user can select the most ergonomic of 4 binocular tubes as well as an ErgoWedge ® and mount the double-iris diaphragm.

The HD V allows for selecting three different distribution ratios:

– 50% light at all outputs, i.e. 50% light for stereoscopic observation and recording at

50% light.

– 100% light in the right eyepiece for monitoring the object and 100% light in the camera to have the maximum light for the recording under extremely poor light conditions, such as for finest fluorescence signals.

– Three-dimensional observation with 100% light in the binocular tube.

Filter-slide housing

The filter-slide housing is installed in the beam path of the stereomicroscope and accommodates two color compensation filters or fluorescence barrier filters.

Double-iris diaphragm

If you want to individually regulate the depth of field, we offer the stereomicroscopes Leica

MZ16 and MZ16 A with integrated double-iris diaphragm. For the remaining stereomicroscopes, a double-iris diaphragm (10 445 927) is available as accessories.

For the HD F, the distribution ratio is fixed and measures 50% in the binocular tube and 50% in the photo beam path. This allows the user to conduct three-dimensional observations of the samples in the binocular tube, manipulate and edit them and simultaneously project the image live on the monitor. Since the sensors of stateof-the-art cameras are highly sensitive, the exposure time for most applications is short inspite of lower light intensity.

Video/phototube HD V, selectable

Video/phototube HD V with 0.63

× video objective and

Leica digital camera

Video/phototube HD-50

Order no. 10 446 197

Video/phototube HD with-50 video/photo objective H and double-iris diaphragm

Order no. 10 445 931

Video/phototube HD-50 with video/photo objective H and filter-slide housing

Order no. 10 447 158

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Accessories for Video and

Digital Cameras

Video objectives with C-mount for

CCD cameras: 0.32

× for 1/3” and

0.5

× for 1/2”, additional video objectives: 0.63

× and 0.8×

Diverse video objectives and adapters offer numerous possibilities for using CCD cameras on Leica stereomicroscopes with video/phototubes.

C-mount adapter for CCD cameras:

0.5

× for 1/2”, 0.63× for 2/3”, 1× for 1”

Single-step assembly

All the video objectives and adapters are inserted directly into the video/phototubes without eyepiece tube and without photo eyepiece. Thanks to differing magnifications, the image section and image scale can be aligned individually on the monitor.

C-mount adapters

C-mount adapter:

– 1

× for 1” CCD cameras

(Order no. 11 541 006)

– 0.63

× for 2/3” CCD cameras

(Order no. 11 541 007)

– 0.5

× for 1/2” CCD cameras

(Order no. 11 541 016)

Video objectives

Video objectives with C-mount:

– 0.32

× for 1/3” CCD cameras

(Order no. 10 445 928)

– 0.5

× for 1/2” CCD cameras

(Order no. 10 445 929)

– 0.63

× for 2/3” CCD cameras

(Order no. 10 446 261)

– 0.8

× (Order no. 10 446 307)

Vario TV adapter

As an alternative to the TV adapters with a fixed magnification a Vario TV adapter with a zoom range of 0.55 to 1.1

× (Order no. 11 541 038) is available. Depending on the TV camera used, a

C-mount adapter (preferably for 1/2" and 3/4"

TV cameras) or B-mount adapter for 3-chip cameras, 1/2" and 2/3", are additionally required.

Trinocular video/phototube with video objective 0.5

× for

1/2" CCD cameras with C-mount

Video/phototube A with video objective 0.32

× for

1/3" CCD cameras with C-mount

Accessories for SLR Cameras

Assembly with 2.5

× photo projective

The 2.5

× photo projective with T2-mount allows the adaptation of

SLR 35-mm camera housings (analog or digital) without additional photo eyepiece and without complicated special adaptations on

Leica stereomicroscopes with video/phototube. Please order a suitable camera adapter (T-mount).

Single-lens reflex camera attachment with photo eyepiece

This attachment with the differing photo eyepieces 8

×, 10× or 16× permits varying the section and magnifications. The outfit for attaching to any single-lens reflex camera consists of:

– Video/phototube of your choice

– Eyepiece tubes (Order no. 10 445 932)

– Photo eyepiece 8

×, 10× or 16× (Order no. 10 446 120,

10 445 304, 10 445 305)

– Adapter 40mm (Order no. 10 404 207)

– Connecting sleeve (Order no. 10 162 226)

– Camera objective 0.32

× (Order no. 10 445 541)

– Matching camera adapter for diverse single-lens reflex cameras

SLR projective 2.5

× with camera adapter (T-mount) for the use of SLR cameras on video/phototubes

(shown with trinocular tube with video/projection lens 1

×)

Order no. 10 446 175

Trinocular video/phototube, video/photo objective 1

× and

Leica single-lens reflex camera

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Leica Photoautomats

Attachment components for

Leica MPS30 and MPS60

For assembling the MPS camera body on the video/phototubes an eyepiece tube and a photo eyepiece are required.

Leica MPS30 Photoautomat

Leica MPS30 photoautomat

This budget-priced, easy-to-use photomicrographic system for routine photography features a digital display, integrated metering, automatic exposure, exposure with an individually selected fixed time, and diverse additional applications.

Eyepiece tube

The eyepiece tube (external diameter 37mm) accommodates a choice of photo eyepiece and serves at the same time as a carrier for the camera body on the video/phototube.

Focusing and framing graticule

With the trinocular attachment the user can observe the sharpness and image section in the binocular tube with the aid of a focusing and framing graticule. Frame lines for all film formats are shown on the graticule.

This photomicrographic system consists of

– the Leica MPS30 control device

– the Leica MPS30 camera body for integrated metering

– a motor adapter and an interchangeable cassette with or without databack

Photo eyepieces

The photo eyepieces project the image into the camera and are obtainable with magnification factors of 8

×, 10× and 16×. Measuring graticules with distance ring can be inserted in the photo eyepieces and also photographed.

Detailed information in brochure M1-330-0en.

Functions

The highly-sensitive photodiode in the camera body measures the entire quantity of light emitted from the object and directed through the phototube into the camera body using integrated metering.

The control unit acquires the signals of the photo diode, processes the variables, immediately calculates the current exposure time a controls the exposure duration.

Leica MPS30 control device

(Order no. 10 446 168)

Type of exposure

Choice of:

– Automatic exposure with the calculated, displayed exposure time

– Fixed-time exposure with stored exposure time

Interchangeable cassettes

The interchangeable cassette system consists of:

– Motor adapter with 0.32

× camera objective

– Interchangeable cassette with or without databack

The interchangeable cassette with databack illuminates a 32-space line.

Leica MPS60 control device

Order no. 10 446 168

Trinocular video/phototube (order no. 10 445 924) with video/photo objective 1

×, (order no. 10 445 930)

Eyepiece tube (order no. 10 445 932), Photo eyepiece

Photo eyepieces 8

×, 10×, 16× and focusing and framing graticules

Order no. 10 446 120, 10 445 304,

10 445 305

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Leica MPS60 photoautomat

Leica MPS60 photoautomat

Thanks to a light measurement using the 1% spot, and 100% light on the highly sensitive photodiode and film level, perfect photographs with the shortest exposure times can be taken with the Leica MPS60 photoautomats even during problematic lighting conditions, e.g. fluorescence.

This photomicrographic system consists of

– the Leica MPS60 control device

– the Leica MPS60 camera body for integrated and spot metering, facultative with focusing telescope

– a motor adapter and an interchangeable cassette with or without databack

Integrated or spot metering

A switchover on the camera body is possible between integrated and spot metering:

– Integrated metering is suitable for objects that fill the picture format with uniform density.

– With spot metering, individual features and objects can be specially measured in the center of the picture field. The 1% spot permits very precise measurements of the finest structures.

Interchangeable cassette without databack

Order no. 10 445 338

Memory for parameters

There are two memories for frequently used parameter combinations (film sensitivity/reciprocity-failure correction/bright or darkfield fluorescence/individual exposure factor).

Detailed information in brochure M1-360-0en.

Functions

The highly-sensitive photodiode in the camera body measures the entire quantity of light emitted from the object and directed through the phototube into the camera body using a choice of spot or integrated metering. The control unit acquires the signals of the photo diode, processes the variables, immediately calculates the current exposure time a controls the exposure duration.

Light measurement in the camera body

The linear working range of the photodiode is

0.01 sec. to 4200 sec. at 100 ASA (small picture film) and permits exact measurements even during poor lighting conditions.

For details on cassettes and databack see page 40

Interchangeable cassette with databack

Order no. 10 445 143

Leica MPS30 photoautomat and databack, video/phototube HD-50

Leica MPS60 photoautomat and databack, trinocular tube

Keyboard to databack

Order no. 10 445 390

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Digital

Image Recording Systems

Image Viewer Camera Control

Digital Leica DC150 camera system for professional and personal applications, with adapter for microscopes

Leica stereomicroscopes meet the best requirements for die professional image recording and analysis. From stereomicroscope to digital camera, including image management and analysis software, Leica Microsystems offers customerspecific complete solutions for professional image acquisition, archiving, analysis, processing, presentation or print.

Digital FireWire color camera system

Leica DFC280

The Leica DFC280 creates high-quality documentations in real time and is suitable for routine tasks. The recordings are digitized using a 10-bit

AD converter with a dynamic range of 700:1.

Resolution: 1.3 megapixel (interpolated 2.9 megapixel).

Our product range goes from standard camera for universal use up to high-end camera for PC and Mac and is perfectly suited for all microscopic procedures. In addition to comfortable operation of the camera, the control program also allows for processing, analysis and archiving digital images. The user interface with online image offers high user comfort and allows for an intuitive, trouble-free operation.

Digital FireWire color camera system

Leica DFC320

The Leica DFC320 offers high image resolution and detail exactness for routine tasks. The image information is digitized directly on the CCD chip in the camera head. This leads to maximum noise suppression and perfect acquisition of the unprocessed CCD signal. Resolution: 3.3 megapixel (interpolated 7.3 megapixel).

The components for the assembly of the Leica digital cameras on Leica M stereomicroscopes are described on pages 35–37 (video/phototubes) and 38 (video objectives and adapters). All camera systems, including software, are universally applicable for stereomicroscopes and microscopes.

The detailed technical data of the Leica digital cameras are described in individual camera brochures (for brochure numbers, see p. 73).

Digital FireWire camera systems

Leica DFC350 FX and DFC300 FX

The DFC350 FX (monochrome) and DFC300 FX

(color camera) were developed specifically for recording procedures under low light intensities.

The highly sensitive 2/3" progressive scan interline sensor allows for quickly bleaching fluorescence specimens and sensitive living cells to be quickly illuminated. Resolution: 1.4 megapixel

(interpolated 3.3 megapixel).

Digital FireWire

Leica DFC300 FX camera

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Digital FireWire Leica DFC480 camera

Digital FireWire camera system Leica DFC480

The Leica DFC480 provides images of highest resolution as well as color and detail fidelity and is suited for highest demands in science and industry. The image transfer rate and the scan method are freely selectable. Resolution: 5 megapixel

(interpolated 11.25 megapixel).

Digital 12 megapixel FireWire camera system

Leica DC500

The Leica DC500 is the top-of-the-line professional camera for analyses, measurements and processing of high-quality image data. The Leica

DC500 allows for unlimited use for all contrasting, bright and dark procedures and specifically for extremely low-light specimens and weak fluorescence. Resolution: 1.3 to 12 megapixel (interpolated 27 megapixel).

Digital camera system Leica DC150

The Leica DC150 can be used universally for recordings with and without microscope. The

7.1-megapixel RGB CCD provides a maximum resolution of 3072

× 2304 pixels, which is sufficient for A4 or A3 prints in photo quality. The zoom range of the 5.8 – 20.7-mm 3x AF zoom objective corresponds to that of a 35-mm camera with a focal length of 28 to 100mm.

Leica 3D system for microscopy

Leica Microsystems offers the only 3D system worldwide for true 3D visualization of surfaces and for non-tactile quantification of surface parameters. The complete system consists of the integrated Leica IC 3D stereo camera, the Leica

StereoExplorer application software, and the

Leica ASD 3D display system.

Detailed information about the Leica 3D system can be found in the brochure M1-525-5 and in the individual module descriptions.

Digital stereo camera Leica IC 3D

The Leica IC 3D is a digital FireWire stereo color camera with two independent 3.3-megapixel RGB sensors. It creates stereopairs with a resolution of 2088

× 1550 pixels (interpolated 7.3 megapixel =

3132

× 2325 pixels). The live images can be observed directly on the monitor in real time.

Modular Leica StereoExplorer software package

Using two-dimensional stereo image pairs, the

Leica StereoExplorer automatically calculates a

3D data record that can be viewed on the monitor.

The Profile, Areas and Volume modules allow for precise surface analyses. For example, profiles can be extracted, the roughness or unevenness can be determined, and the volume of depressions or elevations can be calculated.

3D reconstruction of a metallic surface with StereoExplorer from a stereopair

Leica ASD 3D display

The Leica ASD-3D is the only high-resolution autostereoscopic 3D display that also allows for observing processes under the stereomicroscope on the monitor – spatially and in real time.

With the help of a movable prism mask closely in front of the TFT display, the part images recorded with the Leica IC 3D are projected onto the eyes of the observer. The 3D image is absolutely real and appears to be float in front of the 3D monitor ready to be grasped.

Automated

Leica MZ16 A stereomicroscope with integrated Leica IC 3D camera

Digital image recording system

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Image Management Software

For the modular camera systems, Leica

Microsystems offers software for professional archiving, processing and analysis of digitized images. Detailed information about the different programs and the modules can be found in separate brochures (for brochure numbers, see p. 61). You can select your tailor-made program or discuss your requirements with your Leica consultant.

Leica Application Suite, the new powerful software concept

LAS is the new Leica interface that represents the operating environment for motorized stereomicroscopes, digital cameras, motorized focus drives and external light sources (CLS 150XD, KL

2005LCD) from Leica. LAS optimizes the recording, analysis and editing of digital images in the biosciences, clinical and industrial sector.

Thanks to its modular concept, the functionality of LAS ranges from simple, interactive image measurements up to automatic measurements of a multitude of features based on several parameters.

The easy to learn and easy to use software suite is supplied with all motorized components and contains "core functions" such as the control system of the stereomicroscope and a Leica DFC camera as well as image display and basic image editing. Add-on modules such as image superimposition, multifocus and network must be licensed separately. presentation and much more. Thanks to the modular concept, Leica IM1000 can be tailored to your tasks and your budget.

Leica Q550MW material workstation

The Leica Q550MW is designed specifically for material and metallurgy labs. The Leica Q550MW automates the manual tasks required for material analysis and performs demanding analytical tasks quickly, efficiently and economically.

Various modules offer numerous application solutions, such as particle size analysis with Leica

QParticles, the steel purity degree analysis with

Leica QIncs or hardness test with Leica QHardness, coating or coating thickness measurement with Leica QCoating and much more.

Image processing and analysis software

Leica QWin

Leica QWin is a modular image analysis software for quantitative microscopy in industry and natural science. Leica QWin is available in five versions that are tailored to the requirements and the budget of the customer:

QWin Runner (order no. 12 724 166), Leica

QWin Lite (order no. 12 724 167), QWin Plus (order no. 12 724 168), Leica QWin Standard (order no.

12 724 169), Leica QWin Professional (order no.

12 724 170).

Leica IM1000 Image Manager

Leica IM1000 is a modular software package for image acquisition, processing, measurement and printout as well as for data exchange and backup. The clearly arranged user-configurable archive structure allows for mapping the entire work flow of a lab in the system.

Leica IM1000 offers a broad range of application modules, such as measuring, MultiFocus, image correlation, time lapse, image superimposition,

Leica QWin covers a wide field of applications from interactive measurements up to fully automatic analyses and controls automated microscopes. Thanks to the integrated interactive

QUIPS macro language, fully automatic routine procedures can be programmed.

The modularity allows for tailoring the configuration to the needs of the user. Modules are available for the different QWin versions, such as Leica

QGallery for saving and displaying images, Leica

QFAB for creating analyses, Leica QFFT for performing fast Fourier transformations, as well as time lapse, extended focus, mosaic and much more.

Leica Application Suite:

Directory Browser

Leica IM1000 Image Manager:

Extended Viewer for the search and observation of image and data material

Leica QWin Standard

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The requirements

Leica produces stereomicroscopes for educational and training purposes. Trainees who see the same upright, laterally-correct, stereoscopic image as the instructor and can follow the working sequences with their own eyes, can learn quickly and more easily.

Discussion Tube

Discussion stereomicroscope

• Stereoscopic, upright and laterally-correct image for both observers

• Light pointer positionable as required, and with automatic switch off

• Individually adjustable binocular tubes, interpupillary distance and diopter setting

• Accessories for photography and video

• Stable universal stand with coarse and fine focusing

• Stage carriers with magnetic linkage

The discussion stereomicroscope, as a readymade workstation, is ideal for training new employees, as well as for expert discussion. Both users simultaneously see the same stereoscopic image. An illuminated pointer, which can be positioned on the respective point of interest on the object, facilitates understanding.

The discussion tube (Order no. 10 479 887) is coupled with the MS5, MZ6, MZ7

5

, MZ9

5

, MZ12

5 or MZ16 optics carrier and connected to the universal stand (Order no. 10 445 153 or 10 445 154) by means of a coarse/fine drive; focusing range

65mm (Order no. 10 445 629) (see page 23).

Because of the modular construction, this outfit can also be equipped with a choice of binocular tubes and accessories.

Discussion stereomicroscope

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Measuring/Polarization

Polarization accessories

There is a choice of two polarizing sets for use with the transmitted light stands:

– Analyzer (Order no. 10 315 306) for achromat achromat objectives, or (Order no. 10 367

929) for planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives, rotatable polarization stage

∅120mm (Order no. 10 446 302) with sensitive tint plate compensator (Order no. 10 361 719), object guide (Order no. 10 382 130), 360° scale and vernier with crosshair graticule

(Order no. 10 376 120)

– Analyzer (Order no. 10 315 306) for achromat objectives, or (Order no. 10 367 929) for planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives and glass insert with polarizer

(Order no. 10 446 228)

∅120mm

When using the rotatable polarization stage together with the sensitive tint plate, even weak birefringence can be detected. After the crosshair graticule in one eyepiece has been used to center the rotatable stage, the specimen held tightly in the mechanical stage can be turned without drifting out of the field of view.

The range of movement of the mechanical stage is 76mm

× 28mm. Angle measurements using the scale of 0°–360° and the vernier for 1 /

10

° on the rotatable stage provide further information on the character and structure of the birefringent elements.

Accessories for measuring

The graticules for length measurements and numbering are fitted in mounts and can be inserted into the eyepieces. A highly precise stage micrometer with a 50mm scale, and graduation of 0.1mm and 0.01mm (Order no.

10 310 345), permits calibration according to the selected magnification.

For angle measurements see rotatable polarization stage.

Rotatable polarization stage

(order no. 10 446 302) with sensitive tint plate,

(order no. 10 361 719) mechanical stage

(order no. 10 382 130) and 360° scale and vernier, analyzer

Graticule and eyepiece insert

Scale 12mm:120

(Order no. 10 376 119)

Scale 5mm:100

(Order no. 10 394 771)

Graticule with grid

100

×1mm

2

(Order no. 10 376 122)

Oblique Observation/

Drawing Tools

The requirements

A high-performance stereomicroscope has additional functionality when the potential of less sophisticated instruments has been exhausted. Leica stereomicroscopes provide additional observation techniques not available from other manufacturers.

Attachment for vertical and oblique observation

Three-dimensional objects such as assembled printed circuit boards, insects or plants can be inspected from all sides without tilting or rotating the specimen.

The patented attachment for vertical and oblique observation is used with the 1

× achromatic objective and provides a “bird’s eye” view from 45° of the sample. The magnification factor is 0.6

×. A fiber optic light guide provides the best source of illumination.

Please order the intermediate rings appropriate to this accessory (see page 67).

Attachment for vertical and oblique observation ®

(Order no 10 445 927)

Drawing tube (Order no. 10 446 193)

Double-iris diaphragm

(Order no. 10 445 156)

Drawing tube

• The specimen and the drawing surface are visible through the eyepieces at the same time

• Suitable for left and right-handed persons

• Work is possible in the daylight

• Documents can be mirrored-in

When the beam path is switched on, the user sees the object, the drawing surface and the pen simultaneously in the binocular tube, upright and laterally correct. Contours and characteristic features can be sketched easily. In addition, documents and scales can be mirrored-in and photographed along with the object.

Double-iris diaphragm

The double iris diaphragm enables an infinitely variable adjustment of the depth of field. Being extremely thin, the double iris diaphragm is a useful accessory for observing and photographing three-dimensional objects. The Leica MZ16 and MZ16 A and the video/phototubes HV, HU, have built-in iris diaphragms.

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Leica MS5, MZ6 Optical Data

Objectives

1

× Plan

1

× Achromat

0.8

× Plan*

1

× Planapo* 2× Planapo* 1.6×

Planapo*

2

× Achromat

0.63

×

Planapo*

0.8

×

Achromat

0.5

× Plan*

0.63

×

Achromat

0.32

×

Achromat

0.5

×

Achromat

1.5

×

Achromat

81 Plan

89 Achromat

112 Plan

55 Planapo 15 Planapo

Working distances in mm

19 Planapo

27 Achromat

97 Planapo 135 Plan

112 Achromat 149

Achromat

297

Achromat

187

Achromat

49 Achromat 63.5mm

Ergo Objective

0.4

×–0.63×

153.5mm

0.63

0.8

6.3 33.3 7.9 26.6 15.8

13.3

12.6 16.7 5 42 3.9 53.8 2 105 3.2 65.6 9.4 22.3 4

8 26.3 10 21 20 10.5

16 13.1 6.4 32.8 5 42 2.5 84 4 52.5 11.9 17.6 5

52.5 2.6 80.8

41.2 3.3 63.6

1 10 21 12.5 16.8 25 8.4

20 10.5 8 26.3 6.3 33.3 3.1 67.7 5 42 14.9 14.1 6.4 32.8 4 51.2

1.25 12.5 16.8 15.6 13.5 31.3

6.7

25 8.4 10 21 7.8 26.9 3.9 53.8 6.3 33.3 18.7 11.2 8 26.3 5 41.2

1.6 16 13.1 20 10.5 40

2 20 10.5 25 8.4 50

5.25 32 6.6 12.8 16.4 10 21 5 42 8 26.3 23.9 8.8 10.2 20.6 6.6 31.8

4.2

40 5.3 16 13.1 12.5 16.8 6.3 33.3 10 21 29.9 7 12.7 16.5 8.2 25.6

2.5 25 8.4 31.3 6.7 62.5

3.4

50 4.2 20 10.5 15.6 13.5 7.8 26.9 12.5 16.8 37.3 5.6 15.9 13.2 10.3 20.4

3.2 32 6.6 40 5.3 80 2.63 64 3.3 25.6 8.2 20 10.5 10 21 16 13.1 47.8 4.4 20.4 10.3 13.2 15.9

4 40 5.3 50 4.2 100 2 80 2.6 32 6.6 25 8.4 12.5 16.8 20 10.5 59.7 3.5 25.5 8.2 16.5 12.7

0.63 10.1 22.2 12.6 17.8 25.2

9

0.8 12.8 17.5 16 14 32 7

1 16 14 20 11.2 40

1.25 20 11.2 25 9 50

20.2 11.1 8.1 27.7 6.3 35.6 3.2 70

25.6 8.8 10.2 22 8 28 4 56

5 44.8 15

6.4 35

14.9

19.1 11.7

6.4 35 4 54.6

8.2 27.3 5.3 42.3

5.6

32 7 12.8 17.5 10 22.4 5 44.8 8 28 23.9 9.4 10.2 22 6.6 33.9

4.5

40 5.6 16 14 12.5 17.9 6.3 35.6 10 22.4 29.9 7.5 12.7 17.6 8.2 27.3

1.6 25.6 8.8 32 7 64

2 32 7 40 5.6 80

2.5 40 5.6 50 4.5 100

3.2 51.2 4.4 64 3.5 128

4 64 3.5 80 2.8 160

3.5

2.8

2.2

51.2 4.4 20.5 10.9 16

64

80

1.4 128

3.5 25.6 8.8 20

2.8 32

1.75 102.4 2.2 41

7 25

5.5 32

1.8 51.2 4.4 40

14

9

7

8

11.2 10

12.5 17.9 20

16

5.6 20

28

14

12.8 17.5 38.2 5.9 16.3 13.7 10.5 21.3

22.4 16

25.6 8.8 76.4 2.9 32.6

11.2 32

14

11.2 59.7 3.8 25.5

7

47.8 4.7 20.4 11

95.5 2.3 40.8

13.2 17

8.8 16.5 13.6

6.9 21 10.6

5.5 26.3 8.5

0.63 15.8 15 19.7 12.1 39.4

6

0.8 20 11.9 25 9.5 50

31.5 7.5 12.6 18.8 9.8 24.2 4.9 48.5

4.75 40 5.9 16 14.8 12.5 19

7.9 30.1 23.5 10.1 10

6.3 37.7 10

23.8 6.5 36.5

23.8 29.9 7.9 12.7 18.7 8.2 29

1 25 9.5 31.3 7.6 62.5

3.8

50 4.8 20 11.9 15.6 15.2 7.8 30.4 12.5 19 37.3 6.4 15.9 14.9 10.3 23

1.25 31.3 7.6 39.1 6.1 78 3 62.5 3.8 25 9.5 19.5 12.2 9.8 24.2 15.6 15.2 46.6 5.1 19.9 11.9 12.9 18.4

1.6 40 5.9 50 4.8 100

2 50 4.8 62.5 3.8 125

2.5 62.5 3.8 78.1 3 156

3.2 80 3 100 2.4 200

4 100 2.4 125 1.9 250

2.4

2

1.5 125

1.2 160

1

80

100

200

3 32

2.4 40

1.9 50

1.5 64

1.2 80

7.4 25

5.9 31.3

4.8 39.1

3.7 50

3 62.5

9.5 12.5 19

4.8 25

20

7.6 15.6 15.2 25

6.1 19.5 12.2 31.3 7.6 93.3 2.5 39.8

9.5 40

3.8 31.3 7.6 50

11.9 59.7 4

5.9 119.4 2

25.5

9.5 74.6 3.2 31.8

51

4.8 149.3 1.6 63.7

9.3 16.5 14.4

7.5 20.6 11.5

6 25.7 9.2

4.7 32.9 7.2

3.7 41.2 5.8

0.63 25.2 9.5 31.5 7.6 63

0.8 32 7.5 40 6 80

1 40 6 50 4.8 100

1.25 50 4.8 62.5 3.8 125

1.6 64 3.8 80 3 160

2 80 3 100 2.4 200

2.5 100 2.4 125 1.9 250

3.2 128 1.9 160 1.5 320

4 160 1.5 200 1.2 400

3.8

50.4 4.8 20.2 11.9 15.8 15.2 7.9 30.4 12.6 19 37.6 6.4 16

3 64 3.8 25.6 9.4 20 12 10 24 16 15 47.8 5

14.9 10.4 23

20.4 11.8 13.2 18.2

2.4

80 3 32 7.5 25 9.6 12.5 19.2 20 12 59.7 4 25.5 9.4 16.5 14.5

1.9 100 2.4 40 6 31.3 7.7 15.6 15.4 25 9.6 74.6 3.2 31.8 7.5 20.6 11.7

1.5 128 1.9 51.2 4.7 40 6 20 12 32 7.5 95.5 2.5 40.8 5.9 26.3 9

1.2 160 1.5 64 3.8 50 4.8 25 9.6 40 6 119.4 2 51 4.7 32.9 7.3

1 200 1.2 80 3 62.5 3.8 31.3 7.7 50 4.8 149.3 1.6 63.7 3.8 41.2 5.8

0.75 256 0.9 102.4 2.3 80 3 40 6 64 3.8 191 1.3 81.5 2.9 52.7 4.6

0.6 320 0.8 128 1.9 100 2.4 50 4.8 80 3 238.8 1 101.9 2.4 65.8 3.6

MS5: Positions 0.63, 1, 1.6, 2.5, 4

* When using the planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives MZ12

5

, the magnification is increased by the factor 1.25

×.

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Performance Features

Stereomicroscopes MS5 and MZ6

Construction principle

Binocular tubes

Multi-coated optical system with 2 parallel beam paths and 1 main objective, lead-free, parfocal

ESD surface resistivity

Max. numerical aperture

Resolution Lp/mm

Magnification changer

Working distances

Planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives

Achromatic interchangeable

<10 11 ohm/square, discharge time <2 seconds, 1,000V to 100V

0.150 with objective achromat 2

× and planapochromatic objective 1.6×/0.075 with achromatic objective 1

×/ 0.188 with planapochromatic objective 2×

450 with achromatic objective 2

× or planapochromatic objective 1.6×/225 with objective

1

×/563 with planapochromatic objective 2×

MS5: 5-stage, 0.63

×, 1×, 1.6×, 2.5×, 4×/MZ6: Zoom 6:1, 0.63× to 4×

7 ratchet position switches (MZ6) at 0.8, 1, 1.25, 1.6, 2, 2.5, 3.2

Magnifications with eyepieces 10

×

6.3

× to 40× with objective 1×/7.9 to 50× (with planapochromatic objective 1×)

Total magnification

Object field

2

× to 320×/to 400× (with planapochromatic objective 2×)

0.8mm to 104.2mm

81mm (1

× planachromatic), 97mm (0.63× planapochromatic), 112mm (0.8× planachromatic),

135mm (0.5

× planachromatic),

15mm (planapochromatic 2

×), 27mm–297mm (achromats)

1

× (planachromatic, planapochromatic), 0.8× (planachromatic), 0.5× (planachromatic),

0.63

× (planapochromatic), 1.6× (planapochromatic), 2× (planapochromatic) lead-free

1

×, 1.5×, 2×, 0.8×, 0.63×, 0.5×, 0.32×, ergo objective 0.4×–0.63× with 90-mm adjustment range objectives

Eyepieces

Interpupillary distance

(working distance 63.5–153.5mm)

Wide-field eyepieces for eyeglass wearers distortion-free, 10

×/21B, 16×/14B, 25×/9.5B,

40

×/6B, low-priced wide-field eyepieces 10×/21, soft eyecups, diopter setting +5 to –5

52 to 76mm adjustable

Various types, apochromatic ErgoTube various ErgoModules ®

® 10° to 50° with synchronized interpupillary adjustment,

Stands, illuminations

Focus drive

Length of column

Microscope carrier

Swing arm stands

Coarse, fine, manual and motorized, tiltable for OEM and swing arm stands

300mm and 500mm side-faced column

Two basic heights, optics carrier rotatable through 360°, stereoscopic or axial observation (AX)

Versions: ESD with column 470/35mm, antistatic base available in 2 sizes / standard with

Universal stand

Transmitted light stands

Stages

Incident lamps horizontal arm with ball bearing, dimensions same as ESD / large with column 800/57mm or

500/57mm, horizontal arm with ball bearing, vertical column with rack rail and crank / for ESD and standard stage clamp or flange optional

450/50mm or 800/50mm column, 52

×34cm baseplate, magnetic carrier for stages

Bright field, bright and darkfield, high-performance base HL-RCTM

Various, incl. rotatable polarization stage, Leica MATS Thermocontrol System with thermostage

Inclined, coaxial, vertical, fiber-optic light guides, and cold-light sources, ESD-discharge,

LED illumination (Laser Emitting Diode), fluorescence module

Accessories

Phototubes

Integrated cameras

Digital cameras

3D display system

Image archiving, analysis

Photomicrographic systems

Discussion tube

Drawing tube

Double-iris diaphragm

Measurement graticules

Vertical and oblique observation

Filter-slide housing

Various trinocular tubes with different light distribution, incl. ultra-low, monocular video/phototube

Leica IC A analog, IC D digital

Various digital image recording systems from routine to high-end, FireWire Leica DFC camera line

Leica IC 3D, StereoExplorer, ASD-3D display

Leica Image Manager, QWin, materials work station, various options

Leica MPS30 and MPS60, fully automatic, with databack

For training and education

For both left and right-handed users

For increasing the depth of field

For length measurements and counting

45° side view around the complete object for 2 gelatine filters

49

Leica MZ7

5

, MZ9

5

Optical Data

Objectives

1

×Plan

1

× Achromat

0.8

× Plan**

1

×

Planapo**

2

× Planapo* 1.6×

Planapo**

2

× Achromat

0.63

×

Planapo**

0.8

×

Achromat

0.5

× Plan**

0.63

×

Achromat

0.32

×

Achromat

0.5

×

Achromat

81 Plan

89 Achromat

112 Plan

55 Planapo 15 Planapo 19 Planapo

27 Achromat

97 Planapo

112

Achromat

Working distances in mm

135 Plan

149

Achromat

297

Achromat

187

Achromat

1.5

×

Achromat

49 Achromat 63.5mm

Ergo Objective

0.4

×–0.63×

153.5mm

0.63

0.8

6.3 33.3 7.9 26.6 15.8

13 12.6 16.7 5 42 3.9 53.8 2 105 3.2 65.6 9.4

22.3 4 52.5 2.6 80.8

8 26.3 10 21 20 10.5

16 13.1 6.4 32.8 5 42 2.5 84 4 52.5 11.9

17.6 5 41.2 3.3 63.6

1 10 21 12.5 16.8 25

1.25 12.5 16.8 15.6 13.5 31

8.4

6.7

20

25

10.5 8

8.4 10

26.3

21

6.3 33.3 3.1 67.7 5 42 14.9

7.8 26.9 3.9 53.8 6.3 33.3 18.7

14.1 6.4 32.8

11.2 8.0 26.3

4

5

51.2

41.2

1.6

2

2.5

3.2

4

5

16

20

40

50

13.1 20

10.5 25

5.3 50

10.5 40

8.4 50

4.2 100

4.2 62.5 3.4 125

5.25

4

2

1.7

32

40

80

100

6.6 12.8 16.4 10

5.3 16

2.6 32

2.1 40

6.6 25

21 5 42 8

13.1 12.5 16.8 6.3 33.3 10

8.4 12.5 16.8 20

5.3 31.3 6.7 15.6 13.5 25

26.3 23.9

21 29.9

10.5 59.7

8.4 74.6

8.8 10.2 20.6

7 12.7 16.5

6.6 31.8

8.2 25.6

25 8.4 31.3 6.7 62.5

3.4

50 4.2 20 10.5 15.6 13.5 7.8 26.9 12.5 16.8 37.3 5.6 15.9 13.2 10.3 20.4

32 6.6 40 5.3 80 2.6

64 3.3 25.6 8.2 20 10.5 10 21 16 13.1 47.8 4.4 20.4 10.3 13.2 15.9

3.5 25.5 8.2 16.5 12.7

2.8 31.8 6.6 20.6 10.2

6* 60 3.5 75 2.8 150 1.4

120 1.8 48 4.4 37.5 5.6 18.8 11.2 30 7 89.6 2.3 38.2 5.5 24.7 8.5

0.63 10.1 22.2 12.6 17.8 25

0.8 12.8 17.5 16 14 32

1 16 14 20 11.2 40

1.25 20 11.2 25 9 50

1.6

2

2.5

3.2

25.6

32

40

51.2

8.8 32

7 40

5.6 50

4.4 64

7 64

5.6 80

4.5 100

3.5 128

4

5

6*

64 3.5 80 2.8 160

80 2.8 100 2.2 200

96 2.3 120 1.9 240

8.9

20.2 11.1 8.1 27.7 6.3 35.6 3.2 70 5 44.8 15 14.9 6.4 35

7 25.6 8.8 10.2 22 8 28 4 56 6.4 35 19.1 11.7 8.2 27.3

4 54.6

5.3 42.3

5.6

32 7 12.8 17.5 10 22.4 5 44.8 8 28 23.9 9.4 10.2 22 6.6 33.9

4.5

40 5.6 16 14 12.5 17.9 6.3 35.6 10 22.4 29.9 7.5 12.7 17.6 8.2 27.3

3.5

51.2 4.4 20.5 10.9 16 14 8 28 12.8 17.5 38.2 5.9 16.3 13.7 10.5 21.3

2.8

64 3.5 25.6 8.8 20 11.2 10 22.4 16 14 47.8 4.7 20.4 11 13.2 17

2.2

80 2.8 32 7 25 9 12.5 17.9 20 11.2 59.7 3.8 25.5 8.8 16.5 13.6

1.75 102.4 2.2 41 5.5 32 7 16 14 25.6 8.8 76.4 2.9 32.6 6.9 21 10.6

1.4

128 1.8 51.2 4.4 40 5.6 20 11.2 32 7 95.5 2.3 40.8 5.5 26.3 8.5

1.1

160 1.4 64 3.5 50 4.5 25 9 40 5.6 119.4 1.9 51 4.4 32.9 6.8

0.9

192 1.2 76.8 2.9 60 3.7 30 7.5 48 4.7 143.3 1.6 61 3.7 39.5 5.7

0.63 15.8 15 19.7 12.1 39.4

6

0.8 20 11.9 25 9.5 50 4.75

31.5 7.5 12.6 18.8

40 5.9 16

9.8 24.2 4.9 48.5 7.9 30.1 23.5 10.1 10

14.8 12.5 19 6.3 37.7 10 23.8 29.9

23.8

7.9 12.7 18.7

6.5 36.5

8.2 29

1 25 9.5 31.3 7.6 62.5

3.8

50 4.8 20 11.9 15.6 15.2 7.8 30.4 12.5 19 37.3 6.4 15.9 14.9 10.3 23

1.25 31.3 7.6 39.1 6.1 78 3 62.5 3.8 25 9.5 19.5 12.2 9.8 24.2 15.6 15.2 46.6 5.1 19.9 11.9 12.9 18.4

1.6

2

2.5

3.2

40

50

62.5

80

5.9 50

3 100

4.8 100

4.8 62.5 3.8 125

3.8 78.1 3 156

2.4 200

2.4

1.9

1.5

1.2

80

100

125

160

3 32

2.4 40

1.9 50

1.5 64

7.4 25

3.7 50

9.5 12.5 19

4.8 25

20

5.9 31.3 7.6 15.6 15.2 25

9.5 40

11.9 59.7

9.5 74.6

4.8 39.1 6.1 19.5 12.2 31.3 7.6 93.3

5.9 119.4

4

2

25.5 9.3 16.5 14.4

3.2 31.8 7.5 20.6 11.5

2.5 39.8 6

51

25.7

4.7 32.9

9.2

7.2

4

5

100

125

2.4 125 1.9 250

1.9 156.3 1.5 313

6* 150 1.6 187.5 1.3 375

0.95 200 1.2 80 3 62.5 3.8 31.3 7.6 50 4.8 149.3 1.6 63.7 3.7 41.2 5.8

0.8

250 1 100 2.4 78.1 3 39.1 6.1 62.5 3.8 186.6 1.3 79.6 3 51.4 4.6

0.6

300 0.8 120 2 93.8 2.5 46.9 5.1 75 3.2 223.9 1.1 95.5 2.5 61.7 3.8

0.63 25.2 9.5 31.5 7.6 63

0.8 32 7.5 40 6 80

1 40 6 50 4.8 100

1.25 50 4.8 62.5 3.8 125

1.6

2

64 3.8 80 3 160

80 3 100 2.4 200

2.5 100 2.4 125 1.9 250

3.2 128 1.9 160 1.5 320

4

5

160

200

1.5 200

1.2 250

1.2 400

1 500

6* 240 1 300 0.8 600

3.8

50.4 4.8 20.2 11.9 15.8 15.2 7.9 30.4 12.6 19 37.6 6.4 16 14.9 10.4 23

3 64 3.8 25.6 9.4 20 12 10 24 16 15 47.8 5 20.4 11.8 13.2 18.2

2.4

80 3 32 7.5 25 9.6 12.5 19.2 20 12 59.7 4 25.5 9.4 16.5 14.5

1.9

100 2.4 40 6 31.3 7.7 15.6 15.4 25 9.6 74.6 3.2 31.8 7.5 20.6 11.7

1.5

128 1.9 51.2 4.7 40 6 20 12 32 7.5 95.5 2.5 40.8 5.9 26.3 9

1.2

160 1.5 64 3.8 50 4.8 25 9.6 40 6 119.4 2 51 4.7 32.9 7.3

1 200 1.2 80 3 62.5 3.8 31.3 7.7 50 4.8 149.3 1.6 63.7 3.8 41.2 5.8

0.75 256 0.9 102.4 2.3 80 3 40 6 64 3.8 191 1.3 81.5 2.9 52.7 4.6

0.6

320 0.8 128 1.9 100 2.4 50 4.8 80 3 238.8 1 101.9 2.4 65.8 3.6

0.5

400 0.6 160 1.5 125 1.9 62.5 3.8 100 2.4 298.5 0.8 127.4 1.9 82.3 2.9

0.4

480 0.5 192 1.3 150 1.6 75 3.2 120 2 358.2 0.7 152.9 1.6 98.8 2.4

* Position 6 for MZ9

5 only

** When using the planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives MZ9

5

, the magnification is increased by the factor 1.25

×.

50

Performance Features

Stereomicroscopes Leica MZ7

5 and MZ9

5

Design principle Multiple-coated, parfocal high-performance optical system with

ESD surface resistivity

Numerical aperture

Resolution

2 parallel beam paths and 1 main objective (CMO), lead-free, parfocal

<10 11 ohm/square, discharge time <2 seconds, 1,000V to 100V

MZ7

5

: 0.164 with planapochromatic objective 1.6

×, 0.082 with planachromatic objective 1×,

0.103 with planapochromatic objective 1

×, 0.2 with planapochromatic objective 2×

MZ9

5

: 0.2 with planapochromatic objective 1.6

×, 0.1 with planachromatic objective 1×,

0.125 with planapochromatic objective 1

×, 0.25 with planapochromatic objective 2×

MZ7

5

: 492 Lp/mm with planapochromatic objective 1.6

×, 246 Lp/mm with planachromatic objective 1×

309 Lp/mm with planapochromatic objective 1

×, 615 Lp/mm with planapochromatic objective 2×

MZ9

5

: 300 Lp/mm with planachromatic objective 1

×, 375 Lp/mm with planapochromatic objective 1×

600 Lp/mm with planapochromatic objective 1.6

×, 750 Lp/mm with planapochromatic objective 2

×

MZ7

5

: Zoom 7.9:1/MZ9

5

: Zoom 9.5:1 Magnification changer

Engageable ratchet positions at 0.8, 1, 1.25, 1.6, 2, 2.5, 3.2, 4, 5 (MZ9

5

)

Magnifications with objective 1

×/eyepieces 10×: MZ7

5

: 6.3

× to 50×, MZ9

5

: 6.3

× to 60×/with planapochromatic

Total magnification objective 2

×: MZ7

5

: 15.8

× to 125×/MZ9

5

: 15.8

× to 150×

MZ7

5

: 2

× to 400×/with planapochromatic objective 2× to 500×/MZ9

5

: 2

× to 480×/ with planapochromatic objective 2

× to 600×

Object field

Working distances

0.6mm to 105mm

81mm (1

× planachromatic), 112mm (0.8× planachromatic), 135mm (0.5× planachromatic),

97mm (0.63

× planapochromatic),

55mm (1

× planapochromatic), 15mm (planapochromatic 2×), 19mm (1.6× planapochromatic),

Planachromatic and

27–297mm (achromats)

0.5

× (plan), 0.8× (plan), 0.63× (planapo), 1× (plan, planapo), 1.6× (planapo), planapochromatic objectives 2

× (planapo), lead-free

Achromatic interchangeable 1

×, 1.5×, 2×, 0.8×, 0.63×, 0.5×, 0.32×, ergo objective 0.4×–0.63× with 90-mm adjustment range objectives

Eyepieces

Interpupillary distance interchangeable objective (working distance 63.5–153.5mm)

Wide-field eyepieces for eyeglass wearers distortion-free, 10

×/21B, 16×/14B, 25×/9.5B, 40×/6B, low-priced wide-field eyepieces 10

×/21, soft eyecups, diopter setting +5 to –5

52 to 76mm adjustable

Binocular tubes Various types, apochromatic ErgoTube various ErgoModules ®

® 10° to 50° with synchronized interpupillary adjustment,

Stands, illuminations

Focus drive Coarse, fine, manual and motorized, tiltable for OEM and swing arm stands

Length of column

Microscope carrier

Swing arm stands

Universal stand

Transmitted light stands

Stages

Incident lamps

300mm and 500mm side-faced column

Two basic heights, optics carrier rotatable through 360°, stereoscopic or axial observation (AX)

Versions: ESD with column 470/35mm, antistatic base available in 2 sizes / standard with horizontal arm with ball bearing, dimensions same as ESD / large with column 800/57mm or

500/57mm, horizontal arm with ball bearing, vertical column with rack rail and crank / for ESD and standard stage clamp or flange optional

450/50mm or 800/50mm column, 52

×34cm baseplate, magnetic carrier for stages

Bright field, bright and darkfield, high-performance base HL-RC TM

Various, incl. rotatable polarization stage, Leica MATS Thermocontrol System with thermo-stage

Inclined, coaxial, vertical, fiber-optic light guides, and cold-light sources, ESD-discharge,

LED illumination (Laser Emitting Diode), fluorescence module

Accessories

Phototubes

Integrated cameras

Digital cameras

3D display system

Image archiving, analysis

Photomicrographic systems

Discussion tube

Drawing tube

Various trinocular tubes with different light distribution, incl. ultra-low, monocular video/phototube

Leica IC A analog, IC D digital

Various digital image recording systems from routine to high-end, FireWire Leica DFC camera line

Leica IC 3D, StereoExplorer, ASD-3D display

Leica Image Manager, QWin, materials work station, various options

Leica MPS30 and MPS60, fully automatic, with databack for training and education for right-handers and left-handers

Double-iris diaphragm

Measurement graticules

For increasing the depth of field

For length measurements and counting

Vertical and oblique observation 45˚ side view around the complete object

Filter-slide housing for 2 gelatine filters

51

Leica MZ12

5

, MZ16 and MZ16 A Optical Data

Objectives

1

× Plan

1

× Planapo

0.5

× Plan

0.63

× Planapo

0.8

× Plan

Working distances in mm

60 Plan

55 Planapo

135 Plan

97 Planapo 112 Plan

Eyepieces

1.6

× Planapo

19 Planapo

2

× Planapo

15 Planapo

10

16

25

40

×/21B

×/14B

×/9.5B

×/6B

3.5

4

5

6.3

8

10

12.5

16

20

25

31.5

40

50

57.5

5.7

6.4

8

10

12.8

16

20

25.6

32

40

50.4

64

80

92

8.9

10

12.5

15.6

20

25

31.3

40

50

62.5

78.8

100

125

143.8

80

100

126

160

200

230

14.2

16

20

25

32

40

50

64

29.6

26.3

21

16.8

13.1

10.5

8.4

6.6

5.3

4.2

3.3

2.6

2.1

1.8

19.7

17.5

14

11.2

8.8

7

5.6

4.4

3.5

2.8

2.2

1.8

1.4

1.2

13.4

11.9

9.5

7.6

5.9

4.8

3.8

3

2.4

1.9

1.5

1.2

1

0.8

1.5

1.2

1

0.8

0.6

0.5

8.4

7.5

6

4.8

3.8

3

2.4

1.9

40

50

63

80

100

115

7.1

8

10

12.5

16

20

25

32

11.4

12.8

16

20

25.6

32

40

51.2

64

80

100.8

128

160

184

17.7

20

25

31.3

40

50

62.5

80

100

125

157.5

200

250

287.5

28.4

32

40

50

64

80

100

128

160

200

252

320

400

460

4

5

6.3

8

10

11.5*

0.71*

0.8

1

1.25

1.6

2

2.5

3.2

0.71*

0.8

1

1.25

1.6

2

2.5

3.2

4

5

6.3

8

10

11.5*

0.71*

0.8

1

1.25

1.6

2

2.5

3.2

4

5

6.3

8

10

11.5*

0.71*

0.8

1

1.25

1.6

2

2.5

3.2

4

5

6.3

8

10

11.5*

32

40

50.4

64

80

92

8

10

5.7

6.4

12.8

16

20

25.6

51.2

64

80.6

102.4

128

147.2

9.1

10.2

12.8

16

20.5

25.6

32

41

80

100

126

160

200

230

32

40

50

64

14.2

16

20

25

22.7

25.6

32

40

51.2

64

80

102.4

128

160

201.6

256

320

368

47

41.2

32.8

26.3

20.6

16.4

13.1

10.2

8.2

6.6

5.2

4.1

3.3

2.9

31.3

27.3

22

17.5

13.7

10.9

8.8

6.8

5.5

4.4

3.5

2.7

2.2

1.9

21.2

18.6

14.8

11.9

9.3

7.4

5.9

4.6

3.7

3

2.4

1.9

1.5

1.3

13.4

11.7

9.4

7.5

5.9

4.7

3.8

2.9

2.3

1.9

1.5

1.2

0.9

0.8

4.5

5.1

6.4

8

10.2

12.8

16

20.5

25.6

32

40.3

51.2

64

72.5

7.2

8.2

10.2

12.8

16.4

20.5

25.6

32.8

41

51.2

64.5

81.9

102.4

115.9

11.1

12.8

16

20

25.6

32

40

51.2

64

80

100.8

128

160

181.1

17.9

20.5

25.6

32

41

51.2

64

81.9

102.4

128

161.3

204.8

256

289.8

59.1

52.5

42

33.3

26.3

21

16.8

13.1

10.5

8.4

6.7

5.3

4.2

3.7

39.4

35

28

22.4

17.5

14

11.2

8.8

7

5.6

4.4

3.5

2.8

2.4

26.8

23.8

19

15.2

11.9

9.5

7.6

5.9

4.8

3.8

3

2.4

1.9

1.7

16.9

15

12

9.6

7.5

6

4.8

3.8

3

2.4

1.9

1.5

1.2

1

* Zoom positions 0.71 and 11.5 only for MZ16/MZ16 A

52

3.3

2.6

2.1

1.6

1.3

1.1

18.5

16.4

13.1

10.5

8.2

6.6

5.3

4.1

2.2

1.8

1.4

1.1

0.9

0.8

12.3

10.9

8.8

7

5.5

4.4

3.5

2.7

1.5

1.2

0.9

0.7

0.6

0.5

3.7

3

2.4

1.9

8.4

7.4

5.9

4.8

0.9

0.8

0.6

0.5

0.4

0.3

2.3

1.9

1.5

1.2

5.3

4.7

3.8

3

11.4

12.8

16

20

25.6

32

40

51.2

64

80

100.8

128

160

184

18.2

20.5

25.6

32

41

51.2

64

81.9

102.4

128

161.3

204.8

256

294.4

28.3

32

40

50

64

80

100

128

160

200

252

320

400

460

45.4

51.2

64

80

102.4

128

160

204.8

256

320

403.2

512

640

736

6.6

5.3

4.2

3.3

2.6

2.2

37

32.8

26.3

21

16.4

13.1

10.5

8.2

4.4

3.5

2.8

2.2

1.8

1.5

24.6

22

17.5

14

10.9

8.8

7

5.5

3

2.4

1.9

1.5

1.2

1

16.7

14.8

11.9

9.5

7.4

5.9

4.8

3.7

1.9

1.5

1.2

0.9

0.8

0.6

10.5

9.4

7.5

6

4.7

3.8

3

2.3

80

100

126

160

200

230

14.2

16

20

25

32

40

50

64

22.8

25.6

32

40

51.2

64

80

102.4

128

160

201.6

256

320

368

200

250

315

400

500

575

80

100

125

160

35.4

40

50

62.5

320

400

504

640

800

920

56.8

64

80

100

128

160

200

256

2.6

2.1

1.7

1.3

1.1

0.9

14.8

13.1

10.5

8.4

6.6

5.3

4.2

3.3

1.8

1.4

1.1

0.9

0.7

0.6

4.4

3.5

2.8

2.2

9.8

8.8

7

5.6

1.2

1

0.8

0.6

0.5

0.4

3

2.4

1.9

1.5

6.7

5.9

4.8

3.8

0.8

0.6

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.3

1.9

1.5

1.2

0.9

4.2

3.8

3

2.4

Performance Features

Stereomicroscopes MZ12

5

, MZ16 and MZ16 A

Design principle Multiple-coated, parfocal high-performance optical system with

ESD surface resistivity

Numerical aperture

Resolution

Magnification changer

Selectable test positions

Magnifications

Total magnification

Object field

Working distances

2 parallel beam paths and 1 main objective (CMO), lead-free, parfocal

<10 11 ohm/square, discharge time <2 seconds, 1,000V to 100V

MZ12

5

: 0.2 with planapochromatic objective 1.6

×, 0.125 with planachromatic or planapochromatic objective 1

×, MZ16 and MZ16 A: 0.28 with planapochromatic objective 2×,

0.14 with planachromatic or planapochromatic objective 1

×

MZ12

5

: 375 Lp/mm with planachromatic or planapochromatic objective 1

×,

600 Lp/mm with planapochromatic objective 1.6

×, 750 Lp/mm with planapochromatic objective 2×

MZ16 and MZ16 A: 840 Lp/mm with planapochromatic objective 2

×, 420 Lp/mm with planachromatic or planapochromatic objective 1

×

MZ12

5

: Zoom 12.5:1, range 0.8

× to 10×

MZ16: apochromatic manual 16:1 zoom, range 0.71

×–11.5×

MZ16 A: apochromatic 16:1 motor zoom, range 0.71

×–11.5×, control via handswitch, foot switch or

PC, digital display of current magnification, PC connection

MZ12

5:

1, 1.25, 1.6, 2, 2.5, 3.2, 4, 5, 6.3, 8

MZ16 and MZ16 A: 0.8, 1, 1.25, 1.6, 2, 2.5, 3.2, 4, 5, 6.3, 8, 10 with objective 1

×/eyepieces 10×: MZ12

5

: 8

× to 100×, MZ16 and MZ16 A: 7.1×–115×

MZ12

5

: 4

× to 640× / , MZ16 and MZ16 A: 3.5×–920×

MZ12

5

: 0.4mm to 52.5mm / MZ16 and MZ16 A: 0.3mm to 59mm

60mm (1

× planachromatic), 112mm (0.8× planachromatic), 135mm (0.5× planachromatic),

97mm (0.63

× planapochromatic), 55mm (1× planapochromatic), 15mm (planapochromatic 2×),

19mm (1.6

× planapochromatic), 91–400mm (achromats)

1

× (planachromatic, planapochromatic), 0.8× (planachromatic), 0.5× (planachromatic),

0.63

× (planapochromatic), 1.6× (planapochromatic), 2× (planapochromatic), lead-free

MZ16 and MZ16 A: for 1

× and 2× planapochromatic objective

Distortion-free, 10

×/21B, 16×/14B, 25×/9.5B, 40×/6B, soft eyecups

Planachromatic and planapochromatic objectives

Objective turret

Wide-field eyepieces for eyeglass wearers

Dioptric correction

Interpupillary distance

Binocular tubes

+5 to–5

52 to 76mm adjustable

Various types, apochromatic ErgoTube

® various ErgoModules ®

10° to 50° with synchronized interpupillary adjustment,

Stands, illuminations

Focus drive

Length of column

Microscope carrier

Swing arm stands

Coarse/fine, manual and motorized, tiltable for OEM and swing arm stands

300mm and 500mm side-faced column

Two basic heights, optics carrier rotatable through 360°, stereoscopic or axial observation (AX)

Versions: ESD with column 470/35mm, antistatic base available in 2 sizes / standard with horizontal arm with ball bearing, dimensions same as ESD / large with column 800/57mm or

500/57mm, horizontal arm with ball bearing, vertical column with rack rail and crank / for ESD and standard stage clamp or flange optional

450/50mm or 800/50mm column, 52

×34cm baseplate, magnetic carrier for stages

Bright field, bright and darkfield, high-performance base HL-RC TM

Universal stand

Transmitted light stands

Stages

Incident lamps

Various, incl. rotatable polarization stage, Leica MATS Thermocontrol System with thermo-stage

Inclined, coaxial, vertical, fiber-optic light guides, and cold-light sources, ESD-discharge,

LED illumination (Laser Emitting Diode), fluorescence module

Accessories

Phototubes

Integrated cameras

Digital cameras

3D display system

Image archiving, analysis

Photomicrographic systems

Discussion tube

Drawing tube

Various trinocular tubes with different light distribution, incl. ultra-low, monocular video/phototube

Leica IC A analog, IC D digital

Various digital image recording systems from routine to high-end, FireWire Leica DFC camera line

Leica IC 3D, StereoExplorer, ASD-3D display

Leica Image Manager, QWin, materials work station, various options

Leica MPS30 and MPS60, fully automatic, with databack for training and education for right-handers and left-handers

Double-iris diaphragm

Measuring graticules for increasing the depth of field (built into the MZ16 and MZ16 A)

MZ12

5 and MZ16: For length measurements and counting

MZ16 A: Automatic calibration and display of measurements

Vertical and oblique observation 45° side view around the complete object

Filter-slide housing for 2 gelatine filters

53

Dimensions of Leica MS5 with

Incident Light Stand

Dimensions of Leica MS5 with

HF Transmitted Light Stand

1

× Achromat

1

× Achromat

MS5

MS5

Measurements in mm

54

Dimensions of Leica MZ6 with

Incident Light Stand

Dimensions of Leica MZ6 with

HF Transmitted Light Stand

1

× Achromat

1

× Achromat

MZ6

MZ6

55

Dimensions of MZ7

5

with

Incident Light Stand

1

× Plan

Dimensions of Leica MZ7

5

with √

HF Transmitted Light Stand

1

× Plan

MZ7

5

MZ7

5

Measurements in mm

56

Dimensions of MZ9

5

Incident Light Stand with

1

× Plan

Dimensions of Leica MZ9

5

with

HF transmitted light stand

1

× Plan

MZ9

5

MZ9

5

57

Dimensions of MZ12

5

with

Incident Light Stand

Dimensions of MZ12

5

with

HL Transmitted Light Stand

1

× Plan

1

× Plan

MZ12

5

MZ12

5

Measurements in mm

58

Dimensions of Leica MZ16 with Incident Light Stand

Dimensions of Leica MZ16 with

HL Transmitted Light Stand

1

× Planapo

1

× Planapo

MZ16

MZ16

59

Dimensions of Leica MZ16 A with

Incident Light Stand

Dimensions of Leica MZ16 A with

HL Transmitted Light Stand

1

× Planapo

1

× Planapo

Measurements in mm

60

Parts List

Optics Carrier, Microscope Carrier

10 445 613 Leica MS5 optics carrier with five-step magnification changer

10 445 614 Leica MZ6 optics carrier with 6:1 zoom magnification changer

10 446 371 MZ7

5 optics carrier with 7.9:1 zoom magnification changer

10 446 372 MZ9

5 optics carrier with 9.5:1 zoom magnification changer

10 446 370 MZ12

5 optics carrier with 12.5:1 zoom magnification changer

10 447 102 Leica MZ16 with 16:1 zoom

10 447 103 Leica MZ16 A with 16:1 motor-zoom

10 447 163 Hand switch for MZ16 A

10 446 182 Foot switch for MZ16 A

10 447 049 Cable

For details on MZ16, MZ16 A see brochure M1-116-1.

10 445 618 Microscope carrier AX for MS5, MZ6, MZ7

5

, MZ9

5 with switchover to axial photography, to focus drive for incident light and transmitted light bases

10 445 617 Microscope carriers MS5, MZ6, MZ7

5

, MZ9

5

, MZ12

5 for focus drive

10 447 114 Microscope carriers MZ16, MZ16 A for focus drive

10 447 062 Microscope carrier AX for MZ12

5

, MZ16, MZ16 A with switchover to axial photography

MS5, MZ6, MZ7

5

, MZ9

5

Objectives

10 447 148 Ergo objective 0.4

×–0.63×, achromat

10 446 172 Intermediate ring for MZ12

5

/MZ16 objectives on

MS5/MZ6/MZ7

5

10 446 275 Planachromatic objective 1

× for MS5/MZ6/MZ7

5

/MZ9

5

10 422 564 Achromatic objective 0.32

×

10 422 563 Achromatic objective 0.5

×

10 445 201 Achromatic objective 0.63

×

10 473 832 Achromatic objective 0.8

×

10 411 589 Achromatic objective 1

×

10 422 562 Achromatic objective 1.5

×

10 447 081 Achromatic objective 2

×

10 445 156 Attachment for vertical and oblique observation achromat 1

×*

® to objective

* Order

– for MZ7

5 intermediate ring 10 446 300 (2

×)

– for MZ9

5 intermediate ring 10 446 300

– for MZ12

5 and MZ16 intermediate rings 10 446 300 and 10 446 393

Objectives for MZ9

5

/MZ12

5

/MZ16/MZ16 A

10 445 819 Planachromatic objective 1

×

10 446 157 Planachromatic objective 0.5

×

10 447 075 Planachromatic objective 0.8

×

10 447 157 Planachromatic objective 1

×

10 447 051 Planapochromatic objective 0.63

×

10 447 050 Planapochromatic objective 1.6

×

10 447 101 Planapochromatic objective 2

×

10 447 107 Objective turret MZ16/MZ16 A

10 447 060 Attachment to objective turret MZ16/MZ16 A

10 411 597* Achromatic objective f= 100mm

10 441 787* Achromatic objective f= 150mm

10 431 692* Achromatic objective f= 175mm

10 382 162* Achromatic objective f= 200mm

10 457 297* Achromatic objective f= 225mm

10 407 743* Achromatic objective f= 250mm

10 457 298* Achromatic objective f= 275mm

10 382 168* Achromatic objective f= 300mm

10 431 693* Achromatic objective f= 350mm

10 382 172* Achromatic objective f= 400mm

* Objectives for vertical illuminator

Tubes, ErgoModules ®

10 445 619 Inclined binocular tube 45°

10 446 253 ErgoTube

®

45°

10 429 781 Inclined binocular tube, low

10 429 783 Straight binocular tube

10 446 123 ErgoWedge ® 5°–25°

10 446 171 ErgoModule

10 446 170 ErgoModule

®

®

30mm–120mm

50mm

10 346 910 ErgoWedge

10 445 822 ErgoTube ®

® ±15 with variable viewing angle 10°–50°

10 479 887 Discussion tube with carrier

10 446 193 Drawing tube

10 445 927 Double-iris diaphragm

Video/phototubes see p. 70

Eyepieces

10 447 159 Wide field eyepiece 10

×/21, adjustable, with eyecup, inclined

10 447 160 Wide field eyepiece for eyeglass wearers 10

×/21B, distortionfree, adjustable, lead-free, with eyecup and soft eyecup

10 445 301 Wide field eyepieces for eyeglass wearers 16

×/14B, distortionfree, adjustable, with eyecup

10 445 302 Wide angle eyepieces for eyeglass wearers 25

×/9.5B, distortion-free, adjustable, with eyecup

10 445 303 Wide field eyepieces for eyeglass wearers 40

×/6B, distortion-free, adjustable, with eyecup

Dust Covers

10 447 039 Dust cover, antistatic

10 362 677 Dust cover for photo equipment and for universal stand

(800mm column)

10 126 269 Dust cover for large swinging arm and table-clamp stand

10 362 678 Dust cover for discussion stereomicroscope, swinging arm and universal stand (450mm column)

Incident Light Stands/Components

10 446 340 Incident light base with black/white stage plate

10 445 631 Incident light base, large, with black/white stage plate

10 446 341* Transmitted light base with reflector for 10 446 340

*Cold-light source with fiber-optic light guide necessary

10 445 615 Focus drive with side-faced column 300mm for incident and transmitted light bases

10 446 100 Focus drive with side-faced column 500mm for incident and transmitted light bases

10 447 106 Focus drive, coarse/fine, with side-faced column 300mm for incident and transmitted light stands

10 447 185 Focus drive, coarse/fine, with side-faced column 500mm for incident and transmitted light stands

10 446 176 Motor focus drive with column 300mm and supply unit for incident and transmitted light bases

10 447 041 Motor focus drive with column 500mm and supply unit for incident and transmitted light bases

10 446 181 Motor focus manual control

10 446 182 Motor focus foot switch

10 446 260 MF PC interface kit for control of motor focus via PC

10 445 153 Baseplate with column 450/50mm

10 445 154 Baseplate with column 800/50mm

10 445 629 Drive housing with coarse/fine drive for discussion tube or microscope carrier

Swing arm stand see p. 70

61

10 447 160

10 445 301

10 445 302

10 445 303

10 447 159

10 445 822

10 446 253

10 445 619

OEM

10 447 254

AX

10 445 618 MS5 - MZ9

5

10 447 062 MZ12

5

- MZ16 A

10 446 123

10 346 910

10 446 171

10 446 170

10 446 197

MZ6

MS5

10 445 614

10 445 613

10 479 887

10 445 737

10 445 617 MS5 - MZ9

5

10 447 114 MZ12

5

- MZ16 A

10 447 082

10 439 170

10 445 153 (450mm)

10 445 154 (800mm)

10W

10 407 725

10 400 028

10 446 181

10 445 155

10 404 234

20W

Leica L2

10 446 182

10 445 654

10 446 376

10 399 211

106z

Hg 100 W

Hg 50 W

10 429 783

10 446 310

10 429 781

10 445 924 50%

10 446 229 100%

10 445 927

10 447 158

10 446 237 IC A PAL

10 446 238 IC A NTSC

12 730 054 IC D

10 446 180

MZ16

HD F 10 446 308

HD V 10 446 309

10 445 925

MZ9

5

MZ7

5

MZ12

5

10 447 102

10 446 370

10 446 193

MZ16 A

10 447 103

10 446 272

10 446 371

10 446 300

10 446 393

Objectives see diagram page 66

10 446 300 (2x)

10 446 300

10 411 589 1x

Achromat

10 447 163

10 446 182

10 445 198

10 411 597 100 mm

10 411 787 150 mm

10 431 692 175 mm

10 382 162 200 mm

Achromat

10 445 156

10 446 093 / 10 446 143

10 446 234 / 10 446 144

10 446 145 / 10 446 146

10 446 147 / 10 446 159

10 382 130

10 446 304

10 445 615 (300mm)

10 446 100 (500mm)

10 447 106 (300 mm)

10 447 185 (500 mm)

10 446 301

10 446 303

10 446 228

10 446 302

10 446 176 (300mm)

10 447 041 (500mm)

10 446 340

10 445 631

10 445 363

10 446 341

10 445 387

10 445 367 HL

10 446 359 HL RC

TM

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Incident Light Stands/Components

Please complete the transmitted light bases 10 446 359,

10 445 367 and 10 445 363 with a fiber-optic light guide

(active

∅ f=10mm, end tube ∅ f=13mm) and a light source.

10 446 359 Transmitted light base HL RC for highest demands, positive/ inverted/dynamic relief contrast, vertical/oblique illumination, asymmetrical darkfield, with glass stage plate, clear

10 446 184 Additional condenser for optimizing the illumination at magnifications >100

×, to 10 446 359 and 10 445 367

10 445 367 Transmitted light base HL for highest requirements in observation and documentation. With adjustable mirror for vertical and oblique illumination.

10 445 387 Transmitted light base brightfield 20W, with tiltable reflector for vertical and oblique illumination, with clear glass stage plate, 2 halogen bulbs 6V/20W and built-in regulating transformer 0

V–6V 40VA, 100V–120V/200V–240V

10 445 363 Transmitted light base bright/darkfield with clear glass stage plate and socket for a cold light source

10 445 615 Focus drive with side-faced column 300mm, for incident and transmitted light bases

10 447 106 Focus drive, coarse/fine, with side-faced column 300mm for incident and transmitted light stands

10 446 176 Motor focus drive with column 300mm and supply unit for incident and transmitted light bases

Illuminators

10 400 028 Lamp 6V/10W with heat-absorbing filter and

2 halogen bulbs 6V/10W

10 399 201 Filter holder,

∅50mm, attachable, for lamp 6V/10W

10 411 596 KG1 heat-absorbing filter,

∅50mm

10 407 725 Mains lamp housing

10 393 811 Bulb 220V/25W

10 393 902 Bulb 115V/25W

10 404 234 Arm for lamp holder

10 399 211 Arm, clampable, for lamp holder

10 445 654 Clamp for lamp holder on focus drive

10 404 242 Adapter for achromat

10 404 243 Adapter

∅25mm for lamp 6V/10W and cast foot

10 399 202 Cast foot for incident lamps

10 445 155 Lamp 6V/20W with built-in heat-absorbing filter and large lamp holders with threaded connection, diffusing filter and 2 halogen bulbs 6 V/20W

10 395 195 Filter holder,

∅32mm, attachable, for lamp 6 V/20W

10 339 951 Diffusing filter,

∅32mm

10 395 200 Adapter for cast foot, for lamp 6V/20W

10 446 180 Coaxial incident light housing for fiber-optic light*

* Complete the illuminations 10 446 180 and 10 445 198 with a fiber-optic light guide (active f=10mm, end tube f=13mm) and a light source.

For MZ7

5

/MZ9

5 order intermediate ring 10 446 300

10 445 352 Quarter-wave plate for achromats, for use with microscope carrier AX with coaxial incident light

10 367 929 Analyzer in rotatable mount for planachromatic and planapochromatic, for use with microscope carrier AX with coaxial incident light

10 445 198 Vertical incident light housing for fiber-optic light guides and achromats MZ12

5

. Order

– for MZ7

5 spacer ring 10 446 300 (2

×)

– for MZ9

5 spacer ring 10 446 300

– for MZ12

5 and spacer rings 10 446 300 and 10 446 393

10 445 737 Clamp for fixing the fiber-optic light guide to the microscope carrier

10 445 314 Step transformer 4/5/6V, 10VA, prim. 115 /230V, with power cable

10 447 262 Regulating transformer 5.3V–7.5V/40VA, 115V/230V

10 280 636 Power cable, 2m, 3-pole

10 445 661 Power cable, 2m, with USA mains plug

10 445 662 Power cable, 2m, with EURO mains plug (with earthing contact)

10 445 663 Mains cable, 2m, with UK standard mains plug

10 370 881 Halogen bulb 6V/10W

10 362 658 Halogen bulb 6V/20W

10 447 158 Filter-slide housing

Fluorescence Modules

Please order a lamp housing 105Z or 106Z

10 446 093 Fluorescence module GFP

10 446 143 Fluorescence module GFP Plus

10 446 234 Fluorescence module GFP plants

10 446 144 Fluorescence module UV

10 446 145 Fluorescence module violet

10 446 146 Fluorescence module blue

10 446 147 Fluorescence module green

10 446 159 Fluorescence module without filter set

10 446 148 GFP filter set for fluorescence module

10 446 149 GFP plus filter set for fluorescence module

10 446 235 GFP plant filter set for fluorescence module

10 446 150 UV filter set for fluorescence module

10 446 151 Violet filter set for fluorescence module

10 446 152 Blue filter set for fluorescence module

10 446 153 Green filter set for fluorescence module

10 446 154 Glare protection

10 399 211 Arm for glare protection

10 445 654 Clamp on side-faced column

Stages

10 446 301 Gliding stage

∅120mm

10 446 304 Universal carrier

∅120mm

10 446 303 Cup stage

∅120mm

10 439 169 Stage carrier with magnetic linkage for stages,

∅80mm

10 439 170 Stage carrier with magnetic linkage for cross-stage*

* available upon request

For details see brochure M1-227-0

10 447 164 Leica MATS thermo-stage Type A with control device for transmitted light base HL

10 447 165 Leica MATS thermo-stage Type B with control device for transmitted light base HF/DF

Polarization

10 446 302 Rotatable polarization stage

∅120mm with polarizer and glass stage plate, clear

10 382 130 Attachable mechanical stage for rotatable polarization stage

10 361 719 Sensitive-tint plate for rotatable polarization stage

10 315 306 Analyzer in rotatable mount for achromat

10 367 929 Analyzer in rotatable mount for planachromatic and planapochromatic

10 446 228 Glass stage plate with polarizer

∅120mm for transmitted light stands

Measuring

10 376 119 Graticule with scale 12mm:120 and crosshair

10 394 771 Graticule with scale 5mm:100

10 376 122 Graticule with grid 100

×1mm

10 376 120 Crosshair graticule

2

10 398 408 Graticule, unlabeled, with mount

10 310 345 Stage micrometer, 50-mm scale with 0.1mm and 0.01-mm graduation

10 447 182 Graticule MZ16 A

Integrated Video Systems and Digital Cameras

12 730 054 Leica IC D camera kit with Leica IC D camera,

2m 6-pin to 6-pin FireWire cable, Leica DFC Twain software

Detailed information in brochure M1-393-4.

10 446 237 Leica IC A video module with integrated CCD and camera control, PAL

10 446 238 Leica IC A video module with integrated CCD and camera control, NTSC

12 730 060 Leica IC 3D camera kit with Leica IC 3D stereo camera,

2m 6-pin/6-pin FireWire cable, Leica DFC Twain software

Detailed information in the brochure M1-525-5 (Leica 3D system with Leica IC 3D stereo camera Stereo Explorer and ASD18

3D monitor)

For additional digital camera systems, see p. 71

Parts List

L2

10 446 385 Leica L2 cold light source

10 447 015 Charging set for Leica L2

10 446 376 L2 Adapter for focus drive 300m

10 446 392 Universal fiber optic light guide

Detailed information in brochure M1-288-0de

LED1000

Detailed information in brochure Leica LED1000

30 211 001 Control unit

30 211 002 Supply unit

30 220 001 LED spot

30 221 005 Gooseneck for spot 85mm

30 221 006 Gooseneck for spot 200mm

30 221 007 Gooseneck for spot 300mm

30 210 002 LED ring lamp

30 123 101 LED ring lamp adapter for objective MS5/MZ6 (achr. obj.

1

×/0.8×/0.63×/0.32×)

30 123 102 LED ring lamp adapter for objective MS5/MZ6 (achr. obj. 1.5

×)

30 123 103 LED ring lamp adapter for objective MS5/MZ6 (achr. obj. 2

×)

CLS

For details see brochure Leica CLS line cold-light sources

30 111 150 CLS 50X MED (230V–240V)

30 111 250 CLS100X MED(230V–240V)

30 111 350 CLS150X MED(230V–240V)

30 150 111 Flex light guide 1-arm 3mm/600mm

30 150 211 Flex light guide 2-arm 3mm/600mm

30 130 011 Gooseneck 1-arm 4.5mm/600mm

30 130 021 Gooseneck 2-arm 3mm/500mm

30 130 422 Gooseneck 2-arm 4.5mm/600mm ESD

30 120 101 Ring lamp 6-segment

30 123 101 Ring lamp adapter for objectives 0.32

×–1×

30 123 102 Ring lamp adapter for objective 1.5

×

30 123 103 Ring lamp adapter for objective 2

×

KL1500/KL2500

For details see brochure Leica KL1500/KL2500 cold-light sources

31 150 200 Cold light source KL1500 LCD, 230V

31 250 200 Cold light source KL2500 LCD, 230V

31 154 101 Gooseneck, 1-arm, 600mm

31 154 202 Gooseneck, 2-arm, 600mm

31 155 101 Flexible light guide 1-arm d3/1000mm for KL1500

31 250 101 Flexible light guide 1-arm d12/1000mm for KL2500

31 157 401 4-point ring lamp,

∅ 30mm

L5 FL

10 446 422 Leica L5 FL Fluorescence system blue

(Ex.450/64nm / Em. 550/54nm), 230V

10 446 423 Leica L5 FL Fluorescence system blue

(Ex.450/64nm / Em. 550/54nm), 120V

10 446 429 Leica L5 FL Fluorescence system green

(Ex.534/40nm / Em. 622/64nm), 230V

10 446 430 Leica L5 FL Fluorescence system green

(Ex.534/40nm / Em. 622/64nm), 120V

10 446 154 UV protection filter for fluorescence modules

10 399 211 Arm for UV protection filter

10 445 654 Clamp, column/lamp holder

Please order the UV protection screen to protect the eyes of the observer.

The delivery includes: Cold light source Leica L5 FL 120V or

230V, fiber-optic light guide with illumination optics, lampholder and arm, filter set green or blue (excitation and blocking filter), daylight filter, filter-slide housing

Objective Combinations

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10 446 272 MZ9

5

10 446 370 MZ12

5

10 447 102 MZ16

10 447 103 MZ16 A

10 447 107

10 445 613 MS5

10 445 614 MZ6

10 446 371 MZ7

5

10 411 589 1x

10 422 562 1.5x

10 447 081 2x

10 473 832 0.8x

10 445 201 0.63x

10 422 563 0.5x

10 422 564 0.32x

Achromat

10 446 275 1x

Plan

10 446 172

10 447 148

0.4-0.63x

Ergo

10 446 157 0.5x Plan

10 447 075 0.8x Plan

10 447 157 1x Planapo

10 447 101 2x Planapo

10 447 050 1.6x Planapo

10 447 051 0.63x Planapo

Plan/Planapo

10 411 589 1x

10 422 562 1.5x

10 447 081 2x

10 473 832 0.8x

10 445 201 0.63x

10 422 563 0.5x

10 422 564 0.32x

Achromat

10 446 275 1x

Plan

10 315 306

10 445 819 1x Plan

10 446 157 0.5x Plan

10 447 075 0.8x Plan

10 447 157 1x Planapo

10 447 101 2x Planapo

10 447 050 1.6x Planapo

10 447 051 0.63x Planapo

Plan/Planapo

10 367 929

10 445 352

10 367 929

10 315 306

10 445 352

Objective Combinations

Article no.

MS5 MZ6 MZ7

5

MZ9

5

MZ12

5

Achromat

Achromat 1

×

Achromat 1.5

×

Achromat 2

×

Achromat 0.8

×

Achromat 0.63

×

Achromat 0.5

×

Achromat 0.32

×

Ergo objective 0.4

× – 0.63×

10 411 589

10 422 562

10 422 561

10 473 832

10 445 201

10 422 563

10 422 564

10 447 148

Planachromatic

Planachromatic 1

×

Planachromatic 1

× MZ125/MZ16

Planachromatic 0.5

× MZ12

5

/MZ16

Planachromatic 0.8

×

10 446 275

10 445 819

10 446 157

10 447 075

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

C

C*M

C*M

C*M

Planapochromatic

Planapochromatic 1

× MZ12

5

/MZ16

Planapochromatic 1.6

× MZ12

5

/MZ16

Planapochromatic 0.63

× MZ12

5

/MZ16

Planapochromatic 2

× MZ12

5

/MZ16

10 447 157

10 472 650

10 446 236

10 447 101

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

Accessories

Coaxial incident light

Microscope carrier AX

MS5, MZ6, MZ7

5

, MZ9

5

Microscope carrier AX

MZ12

5

, MZ16, MZ16 A

Vertical illuminator

Attachment for vertical and oblique observation

Objective turret for Planapochromatic objective 1

× and 2×

10 446 180

10 445 618

10 447 062

10 445 198

10 445 156

10 447 107

C

C

C

C

(C)

C Compatible

CA Compatible if used with intermediate ring (order separately)

0 Intermediate ring is recommended

M Magnification increased by factor 1.25

× or higher

(C) Large object fields at low magnifications are not fully illuminated.

* Remove intermediate ring (10 446 393); already included with MZ9

5

.

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

C

C

C

C

(C)

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

CA (10 446 172) M

O (10 446 300)

CA 2

CA 2

C

× (10 446 300)

× (10 446 300)

(C)

C*M

C*M

C*M

C*M

O (10 446 300)

C

CA (10 446 300)

CA (10 446 300)

(C)

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

CA (10 446 300)

+ (10 446 393)

CA (10 446 300)

+ (10 446 393)

(C)

MZ16/MZ16 A

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

CA (10 446 300)

+ (10 446 393)

C

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Video/Phototubes

1”, 2/3”, 1/2”, 1/3”

C-Mount, CCD cameras

Leica DC cameras

11 541 006

1”, 1x

11 541 007

2/3”, 0.63x

11 541 016

1/2”, 0.5x

SLR camera housing

Leica

MPS30 / MPS60 photoautomats

B-Mount

3-chip 2/3”

CCD camera

B-Mount

3-chip 1/2”

CCD camera

C-Mount

1”

CCD camera

10 162 226

10 445 541

Adapter

SLR

10 446 307

0.8x

10 446 261

2/3”, 0.63x

10 445 929

1/2”, 0.5x

10 445 928

1/3”, 0.32x

10 446 175

10 404 207

10 445 932

10 446 120

8x

10 445 304

10x

10 445 305

16x

11 543 703

11 543 702

11 543 706

11 541 038

0.55x -1.1x

10 445 930

1x

10 446 121 8x

10 446 131 10x

10 446 132 16x

HD F 10 446 308

HD V 10 446 309

10 445 927

10 446 310

A

10 445 925

10 445 924 50%

10 446 229 100%

HD-50

10 446 197

H

10 445 931

Leica M-Series

Stereomicroscopes

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Video/phototubes

10 445 924 Trinocular video/phototube 50%

10 446 229 Trinocular video/phototube 100%

10 446 197 Video/phototube HD-50

10 445 925 Video/phototube A

10 446 310 Trinocular tube, ultra-low, 100%, 100%

10 446 308 Video/phototube HD-F, 50%, 50%

10 446 309 Video/phototube HD-V, 100%, 50%, 50%, 100%

* The video objective 0.32

× is shorter. For this reason, please use the low inclined binocular tube for large cameras

(10 429 781)

Video/photo objectives

10 445 930 Video/photo objective 1

× for video/phototubes

10 445 931 Video/photo objective H for video/phototube HD

Video objectives

10 445 928 Video objective 0.32

× with C-mount for 1/3"

CCD cameras for video/phototubes

10 445 929 Video objective 0.5

× with C-mount for 1/2"

CCD cameras for video/phototubes

10 446 261 Video objective 0.63

× with C-mount for 2/3" CCD cameras for video/phototubes

10 447 307 Video objective 0.8

× with C-Mount for CCD cameras for video/phototubes

11 541 006 C-Mount adapter 1

×

11 541 007 C-Mount adapter 0.63

×

11 541 016 C-Mount adapter 0.5

×

Eyepiece tube

10 445 932 Eyepiece tube for video/photo objectives and video/phototubes (external diameter 37mm)

Focusing and framing graticule for adjustable eyepieces

10 446 121 Focusing and framing graticule MPS, 8

×

10 446 131 Focusing and framing graticule MPS, 10

×

10 446 132 Focusing and framing graticule MPS, 16

×

Accessories for MPS and SLR cameras

10 446 120 Photo eyepiece 8

×

10 445 304 Photo eyepiece 10

×

10 445 305 Photo eyepiece 16

×

10 404 207 Adapter 40mm for SLR camera housing

10 445 541 Camera objective 0.32

×

10 162 226 Connecting sleeve for SLR camera housing

Matching SLR camera adapter available upon request.

10 446 175* SLR projection lens 2.5

×, with T2 thread, for use with single-lens reflex cameras on video/phototubes

* For the camera housing the respective camera adapter is additionally required

10 446 256 Adapter T2, Ricoh/Pentax

Digital Camera Systems

10 447 053

Fire Wire ® Card

Leica

Driver Software

Leica IM50 Software

USB Cable

DFC280

12 730 050

DFC320

12 730 041

2.5 m

10 446 140 4 m (Option)

Fire Wire Cable

CCD Camera Kit

DFC300 FX

12 730 042

DFC350 FX

12 730 043

DFC480

12 730 040

CCD Camera Kit

11 541 006

1”, 1.0x

11 541 007

2/3”, 0.63x

11 541 016

1/2”, 0.5x

10 446 307

0.8x

10 446 261

2/3”, 0.63x

10 445 929

1/2”, 0.5x

10 445 928

1/3”, 0.32x

DC500

12 730 018

CCD Camera Kit

DC150

12 730 057

CCD Camera Kit

Adapter

Leica Stereomicroscopes, Video-/Phototubes

Digital camera systems

12 730 057 Leica DC150 digital camera system with C-mount adapter and camera software

The camera kits contain: The respective Leica camera,

Leica DFC Twain software for PC, Leica Firecam software for

Mac, Leica IM50 Image Manager for PC, 2 m FireWire cable

6-to-6-pin

12 730 054 Leica IC D camera kit

12 730 050 Leica DFC280 camera kit

12 730 041 Leica DFC320 camera kit

12 730 042 Leica DFC300 FX camera kit

12 730 043 Leica DFC350 FX camera kit

12 730 040 Leica DFC480 camera kit

12 730 018 Leica DC500 camera kit

Accessories

12 447 140 FireWire cable 4m, 6-to-6 pin

12 447 053 OHCI FireWire PCI card for PCs without FireWire interface

12 447 066 Laptop PCMCIA FireWire interface card

12 730 049 Laptop power kit, power adapter, 2.5 m FireWire cable,

6-4 pin adapter

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Swing Arm Stands

10 447 099

10 447 097

10 447 008

10 447 098

10 312 610

10 447 254 for M-Series

13 312 614

10 447 006

10 446 436

10 447 260

10 447 007

10 447 230

10 447 014

10 446 437

10 447 256

10 447 257

10 447 258

AX

10 445 618

MS5 - MZ9

5

10 447 062

MZ12

5

- MZ16 A

10 445 617

MS5 - MZ9

5

10 447 114

MZ12

5

- MZ16 A

70

For detailed dimensions and descriptions see brochure M1-217-1

10 447 260 Baseplate, small

10 446 436 Baseplate, medium

10 447 008 Vertical column 470/35mm

10 447 097 ESD horizontal arm

10 447 098 Standard horizontal arm

10 447 254 Inclinable focus drive

10 447 006 Flange

10 447 007 Stage clamp

10 446 437 Baseplate, large

10 447 230 Vertical column 500/57mm

10 447 014 Vertical column 800/57mm

10 447 099 Horizontal arm, large

10 447 256 Focus drive with inclinable column

10 447 257 Focus drive coarse/fine, with inclinable column

10 447 258 Motor focus with inclinable column, 300mm, and power supply

10 445 617 Microscope carrier for M-series

13 312 610 Flex-arm

13 312 614 Clamp for flex-arm

MPS Photoautomats

10 446 120

10 445 305

10 445 304

Small picture cassettes

24x36 mm

SLR camera housing

10 445 338

10 445 143

with databack

Adapter

SLR

10 162 226

10 445 337

Motor adapter

10 445 541

10 446 169

MPS 30

MPS 60

Shutterpiece

10 446 109

10 446 119

Focusing telescope

MPS 30

10 446 108

MPS 60

Photoautomat

10 446 168

10 445 932

Databack

Leica Video-/Fototuben

MPS30

10 446 169 Leica MPS30 camera body for integrated metering for photoautomat MPS30

10 446 168 Leica MPS30 photoautomat, 110–240V, with connection cable, dust cover

MPS60

10 446 108 Leica MPS60 photoautomat, 110–240V, with connection cable and dust cover

10 446 109 Leica MPS60 camera body for integrated and spot metering for MPS60 photoautomat

10 446 119 Focusing telescope for MPS60, 1% spot

10 445 390

Cassettes

10 445 337 Motor adapter

10 445 541 Camera objective 0.32

×, for photo eyepieces

10 445 338 interchangeable cassette 24

×36mm

10 445 143 Interchangeable cassette 24

×36mm with databack

10 445 390 Input device for interchangeable cassette 24

×36mm with databack

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Stereomicroscopes, zoom systems and accessories Digital cameras & image processing/analysis software

All brochures available in German, English, French, Spanish, Italian.

For M and S series stereomicroscopes, manuals are available in

German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Danish, Swedish, Dutch,

Finnish, Greek, Portuguese, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Czech,

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Please also visit our homepage: www.stereomicroscopy.com

There you will find the latest information and updates as well as numerous examples of practical application for our stereomicroscopes in industry and life science. You can also view, print and save any brochures and the latest manuals.

Stereomicroscope Leica MS5, MZ6

Stereomicroscope Leica MZ7

Stereomicroscope Leica MZ9

5

5

Stereomicroscope Leica MZ12

5

Stereomicroscopes Leica MZ16 and MZ16 A

Fluorescence stereomicroscope Leica MZ16 F

Motorized fluorescence stereomicroscope

Leica MZ16 FA

Leica FluoCombi III™ for Leica fluorescence stereomicroscopes

Leica StereoZoom ® Greenough Stereomicroscopes

Leica S8 APO StereoZoom ® , natural science

Leica S8 APO StereoZoom

®

, technology

Zoom systems Leica Z6 APO and Z16 APO

Motorized zoom systems Leica Z6 APO A & Z16 APO A

Leica MacroFluo™ fluorescence macroscope

Leica HL-RC™ high-performance transmitted light stand with Rottermann Contrast™ technology

Leica MATS heating stages

Leica L2 cold light source

Leica L5 FL cold light fluorescence system

Leica ErgoModules ®

Leica IC A video module for Leica M stereomicroscopes

Leica ICC A video module for Leica M stereomicroscopes

Leica MPS30 photoautomat

Leica MPS60 photoautomat

Leica colposcope

Swing arm stands

M1-141-0

M1-175-0

M1-195-0

M1-125-0

M1-116-0

M1-116-8

M1-116-5

M1-166-2

M1-188-0

M1-188-3

M1-188-4

M1-416-0

M1-417-0

M1-416-2

M1-216-2

M1-227-0

M1-288-0

M1-205-1

M1-215-2

M1-393-1

M1-393-2

M1-330-0

M1-360-0

M1-280-0

M1-217-1

Leica ICD Integrated digital camera

3D display system: Leica IC 3D, StereoExplorer,

ASD-3D-Display

M1-393-4

M1-525-5

Leica DFC280 FireWire color camera system

Leica DFC300 FX FireWire color camera system

M1-398-2

M1-398-1

Leica DFC320 FireWire color camera system M1-398-6

Leica DFC350 FX FireWire monochrome camera system M1-397-8

Leica DFC480 High-performance FireWire camera system

Leica DC500 High-resolution 12-megapixel camera

Leica DC150 Digital camera system

M1-398-8

M1-398-3

M1-398-4

Leica IM1000 Image Manager image management system

Leica QWin for quantitative microscopy

Leica Q550MW

LAS Image Overlay

LAS Multifocus

LAS Reticule

M1-502-0

M1-511-0

M1-555-0

M1-525-1

M1-525-2

M1-525-3

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Our expertise in microscopy is the basis for all our solutions for visualization, measurement and analysis of microstructures in life sciences and industry. With confocal laser technology and image analysis systems, we provide threedimensional viewing facilities and offer new solutions for cytogenetics, pathology and materials sciences.

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Key Features

  • Modular design
  • High-performance optical system
  • Ergonomic design
  • Wide range of accessories
  • Digital imaging capabilities
  • ESD protection
  • Various illumination options

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What is the difference between the Leica MS5 and MZ6?
The Leica MS5 has a 5-step magnification changer, while the MZ6 has a 6:1 zoom. The MZ6 also features a built-in, low, compact optics carrier.
What is the largest zoom range available in the Leica M-Series?
The Leica MZ16 and MZ16 A have the largest zoom range of 16:1.
What is the resolution of the Leica MZ16?
The Leica MZ16 has a resolution of up to 840 Lp/mm.
What are the ESD protection features of the Leica M-Series?
The optics carriers, binocular tube, ErgoTube, ErgoWedge, ESD swing-arm stand, and cold-light sources Leica L2 and CLS all consist of ESD-discharging material.
What are the different illumination options available for the Leica M-Series?
The Leica M-Series offers various illumination options, including inclined incident light illumination, coaxial illuminator, vertical illuminator, cold light sources with fiber-optic light guides, LED illumination, and stereo-fluorescence module.
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