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Laboratory microscope DM2000, DM2000 LEDfor biologyopticalbinocular

laboratory microscope
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Characteristics

Applications
laboratory, for biology
Type
optical
Ergonomics
binocular
Observation technique
fluorescence
Other characteristics
LED

Description

Ergonomic System Microscopes for Complex Clinical Applications Leica DM2000 & DM2000 LED With their sophisticated modular design and high-performance fluorescence, the Leica DM2000 microscopes are ideal for complex tasks in pathology, cytology, and many other applications. For special diagnostics requirements, the microscope is certified for in-vitro-diagnostics (IVD) like in-vitro-fertilization (IVF). The Leica DM2000 microscopes can be configured with a variety of optics and contrast techniques to meet the specific requirements of demanding applications. Leica DM2000 is available in two versions, with bright halogen illumination, or with long-life LED. Best Control Over the Contrast As a real system microscope Leica DM2000 can be configured to fit an individual’s unique physical requirements using a variety of ergonomic equipment, like tilting tubes, and ergonomic modules. Its unique height adjustable focus knobs are patented and allow the adjustment to the hand size and posture of the user. Integrated Adjustable Controls High-performance fluorescence delivers reliable results thanks to the five position fluorescence axis, and Leica Microsystems’ unique Zero Pixel Shift Technology filter cubes. Reliable LED Illumination Leica DM2000 LED: The long-life LED delivers bright, similar to daylight illumination at a low power consumption while making bulb exchange obsolete. The carefully selected LED presents the specimen always in the proper light.
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