Leica LED3000 / LED5000 - Meyer Instruments, Inc.

Leica LED3000 / LED5000 - Meyer Instruments, Inc.
Leica LED3000 / LED5000
The system solution for integrated incident-light illumination in stereomicroscopy
Leica LED5000 RL
The Universal Ring Illuminator
The Leica LED5000 RL ringlight illuminates your specimens very brightly with 48 LEDs
and simultaneously provides uniform light. This makes the Leica LED5000 RL a universal illumination solution for various application areas. Conveniently adjustable
segments (full, half, quarter ring) are used to gain additional data about the specimen
without having to move it. The controls (brightness and segment controls) can be
comfortably accessed on the ring illuminator itself and allow fatigue-free work for
hours.
• Very uniform illumination of the specimen
• Brightness comparable to 150 watt halogen illumination
• Extra information gained by adjustable segments
• Optional control via the Leica Application Suite (LAS)
• Reproducible illumination settings
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Leica LED5000 MCI™
The Expert for Oblique Illumination
The Leica LED5000 MCI™ (Multi Contrast Illumination) is a one-of-a-kind lighting
solution for applications in which, until now, goose-neck illuminators had been
used. The flat angle of the oblique incident light creates a particularly high contrast for viewing the specimen, allowing the user to detect minute unevenness and
faults, e.g. scratches and dust particles (see image). In contrast to the goose-neck
Leica LED5000 MCI™: Plastic gearwheel illuminated
with the left illuminator arc
illuminator, the settings of the LED5000 MCI™ are fully reproducible.
• Nine high-performance LEDs from different angles and directions
• High contrast allows users to discover fine structures on the
specimen
• Illumination angle of 15 – 40°
• Reproducible illumination settings
• Optional control via the Leica Application Suite (LAS)
• Optimum access to specimen
Leica LED5000 MCI™: The material fault is made
v­ isible with the right illuminator arc
Leica LED5000 MCI™: Fingerprint on a CD in
oblique light
Leica LED5000 MCI™: The same specimen in flat
incident light. Clearly visible: dust particles
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Leica LED5000 CXI ™
The Coaxial LED Light
The new Leica LED5000 CXI™ is a coaxial illuminator that combines the benefits of
LED technology within the smallest space: long service life, bright illumination in
natural light quality, plus integration into the Leica LAS software and fully reproLeica LED5000 CXI™: Stress crack in cross-section
of a screw head
ducible illumination settings.
• Ideal for flat, reflective or polished specimens
• Significantly brighter illumination than comparable
150 watt halogen lamps
• No quarter-wave plate required for stereo viewing
• Brightness control directly on the illumination unit
• Optional control via the Leica Application Suite (LAS)
Detail view of a wafer – on the left with the
Leica LED5000 CXI™, on the right with a 150 watt
halogen lamp
Leica LED5000 CXI™: Trapped air bubbles in the
cross-section of a soldered joint
Leica LED5000 CXI™: Cross-section through an
­electronic component including solder contact
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Leica LED3000 NVI™
The Vertical LED Light Solution
Unlike coaxial illumination, the LED3000 NVI™ also works for uneven specimens
and specimens that have weak reflection. It is used mainly for viewing indentations and bores (see figures on the right).
Leica LED3000 NVI™ : A look into a USB plug
• Ideal for viewing indentations and bores
• Significantly brighter illumination than comparable
150 watt halogen lamps
• Simple operation through minimized shadows caused by tools
• Even illumination through 2-point illumination
• Compact design – great accessibility of the specimen
• Optional control via the Leica Application Suite (LAS)
Detail of an injection nozzle – on the left: with
Leica LED3000 NVI™ , on the right with conventional
ring illuminator
Leica LED3000 NVI™ : The recess of a tool is illuminated all the way to its bottom (center of the image)
Illumination with conventional ring illuminator::
the tool's recess is not illuminated and thus cannot
be examined
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Benefits of LEDs
• Long service life (up to 50,000 h)
The Leica System Principle
• No lamp replacement necessary
• Up to 90% lower power consumption
• Color-neutral display of the specimen
• Constant color temperature, even for
different brightness levels
• Operation without fan
• Flicker-free light through DC
­components
• Insensitive to voltage fluctuations in
the power supply
Benefits of the Leica LED family
In the Leica LED5000 / LED3000 family, the complete illumination system is integrated into the overall Leica system. Focusing columns with integrated electronics
bundle and process all digital signals and send them to the Leica Application Suite
(LAS) software. All data is read out by the software, saved with the captured image
and can be recalled at any time. Recurring experiments can be reproduced in the
future with just a few mouse clicks.
Various illumination scenarios can be selected in the Leica LAS (e.g. two LED arcs
of the LED5000 MCI™). Next, you can select the speed at which the illuminator
• Controls on the instrument
switches between the scenarios. The specimen is then automatically illuminated
• Insensitive membrane keyboard
from different perspectives.
• Easy installation
• No additional control units required
• Integration into LAS software
• Reproducible settings
• Illumination setting is saved with the
image
• Easy access to the specimen
through compact illumination design
• Saving space at the workstation
Controlling an image acquisition in the
Leica Application Suite
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Control panel for controlling illumination scenarios
Assembly Diagram
Article descriptions
Direct connection of the LED5000 / 3000 illuminator to the focusing columns with
integrated electronics:
10 450 060 LED5000 MCI™ (Multi Contrast
­Illumination): three adjustable
illuminator arcs, each with three
LEDs, for complete integration
in the stereomicroscope; with
­Leica LAS, fully reproducible
modes including automatic
­replacement of multiple illumination scenarios
10 450 061 LED5000 RL – ring illuminator with
∅ 80 mm and 48 LEDs for complete
integration in the stereomicroscope; with LAS, fully reproducible
modes including automatic
replacement of multiple illumination scenarios, optimized for
working distances of 50 – 80 mm
Motorized focus
10 450 050 short
10 450 258 long
LED3000 NVI™
10 450 169
Coarse/fine drive
10 450 022 short
10 450 257 long
Coarse / fine focusing
drive for swinging-arm
stand
10 450 048
10 450 169 LED3000 NVI™ – vertical illuminator for use with objectives with
∅ 58 mm, optimized for working
distances of 60 – 120 mm,
can be controlled via Leica LAS
LED5000 RL
10 450 061
LED5000 CXI™
10 450 168
10 450 168 LED5000 CXI™ – coaxial incidentlight illumination with integrated
LED illumination for M-Series,
with CTL2 connection and cable,
opt. magnification factor 1.5 ×,
can be controlled via LAS
LED 5000 MCI™
10 450 060
For manual stereomicroscopes, a separate power supply unit for supplying power
to the illumination components is available:
10 450 266 Power supply unit for
LED3000 / LED5000
10 450 022 Focusing drive, coarse/fine
with 420 mm profile column
10 450 257 Focusing drive, coarse/fine
with 620 mm profile column
10 450 050 Motorized focus with 420 mm
profile column
10 450 258 Motorized focus with 620 mm
profile column
10 446 339
10 450 171
10 450 048 Focusing drive, coarse/fine
for swinging-arm stand
10 450 128
10 450 128 Focusing drive, coarse/fine
for Leica M125
10 446 339 Focusing drive with integrated
microscope carrier
LED3000 NVI
10 450 169
™
LED5000 CXI
10 450 168
™
10 450 171 Coarse focusing drive with 300 mm
profile column
LED5000 RL
10 450 061
LED5000 MCI™
10 450 060
10 450 267 RLA 80 / 66 Ring illuminator
adapter for LED5000 RL for
objectives with ∅ 66 mm
Power supply
10 450 266
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