- Stock: SOLD
- Brand: Leica
- Product Code: 11534
Here is a Leica DMIL Inverted Phase Contrast Microscope
Currently setup for Brightfield and Phase Contrast
This is a predecessor to Leica DMIL LED - only difference is the brightfield bulb is halogen vs LED. It will arrive to you with a new halogen bulb.
This Leica DMIL Microscope is in good working order with all aspects of this unit tested to be working fully.
Microscope optics have been cleaned professionally by our technician under a Class 10,000 clean room hood.
Testing we performed:
This Leica DMIL Microscope passed all tests and was found to be fully functional:
Tested the Z-axis Focus.
Tested Halogen lamp and Intensity adjustment Fully.
Tested Trinocular head 50/50 Eye/Camera split.
Tested Live feed to the Computer from the Camera.
Tested Objective turret rotation.
Tested Phase Contrast slide.
System consists of:
Leica DMIL Inverted Microscope.
Trinocular head 501500
(2) 10x/20 Eyepieces 527002
Prisms and Condensers:
Built in Condenser 0.23 S90 521229
Slider 520805 with Ph1 prism.
Brightfield Path / Illumination:
Built in 6V 35W Halogen bulb.
Leica DMIL Fixed Stage
4x/0.10 C Plan 506074
10x/0.22 C Plan Ph1 506078
20x/0.30 C Plan Ph1 506152
AmScope MU300 3.1 MP CMOS Digital Camera.
Computer and Software:
Dell Latitude i5 running Windows 10 Pro w/ AmScope software.
All communication and power cables.
Configuration and Setup:
Illumination Type: Brightfield, Phase Contrast
Objectives: C PLAN 4x/0.10 506074, C PLAN 10x/0.22 PH1 506078, C PLAN 20x/0.30 PH1 506152
Light Sources: 6V 35W Halogen
Stage Type: Fixed Stage
This Leica DMIL Inverted Microscope is currently set up for Brightfield with Phase Contrast studies.
The MU300 AmScope CMOS Digital Camera is capable of taking detailed digital images.
The Leica System includes a Dell Latitude i5 Laptop to control the AmScope software.
The included objectives range from 4x to 20x with the 10x eyepieces the maximum magnification is 200x.
The video starts with a full view of the Leica DMIL Inverted Microscope. The camera zooms into the live feed on the computer.
The camera then pans around the DMIL microscope bringing into focus all aspects that are easily viewed.
The live feed is shown as the sample is moved around to show communication.
The halogen lamp intensity is shown being changed. Finally the camera shows the view via the eyepieces.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.