DMI6000 B Fully Automated Inverted Research Microscope from Leica

The Leica DMI6000 B inverted microscope for biomedical research offers Differential Interference Contrast (DIC) for relief imaging of specimens with varying indices of refraction.

The intuitive, automated Leica DMI6000 B is ideal for fluorescence, live cell, time-lapse imaging, high-speed multi-fluorescence optical sectioning, and micromanipulation.

The system features an automated contrast and illumination manager, motorized Z focus, parfocality function, automatic brightness and diaphragm adjustment, and many other automated functions that provide convenience and reproducible results.

Advantages:

Combination Contrast

Combination contrast allows the combination of one transmitted light contrast technique with fluorescence (PH/FLUO or DIC/FLUO). Both axes can be controlled independently.

Tilting Ergo Tube

All Leica DMI Series can be equipped with tilting Ergo tubes or tilting Trinocular tubes (100% or 50%) with or without Bertrand lenses. All tubes allow precise setting of manipulator tips.

Wide Range of Wollaston Prisms

Leica Microsystems offers a wide range of Wollaston prisms, excellent DIC quality for different types of specimens, and different shearing for contrast and resolution optimization for either thick or thin samples.

Contrast Manager & Light Manager

Contrast Manager and Light Manager work together to automatically adjust the light intensity, field diaphragm, and aperture diaphragm for the best image quality without additional continuous adjustments.