Leica DMIL Inverted Phase Contrast Microscope

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The Leica DMIL Inverted Phase Contrast Microscope gives you flexibility, fatigue free use and vivid light in a powerful compact design. This laboratory microscope gives your lab many contrasting options such as phase contrast, integrated modulation contrast, and brightfield. With a whole range of objectives from 2.5X to 100X magnification, the Leica DMIL Inverted Phase Contrast Microscope will help to accommodate most all of your lab’s life science applications. The Leica DMIL Inverted Phase Contrast Microscope is fatigue free thanks to the ergonomic arrangement of the controls allowing users to operate in a relaxed manner for extended periods of time. Adjustable stage heights, viewing heights, and inter-pupillary distance give each user the ability to customize this inverted phase contrast microscope to their needs and comfort.

The Leica DMIL Inverted Phase Contrast Microscope uses a powerful, pre-centered halogen lamp built into the stand, keeping the microscope compact and moveable. The base is designed for stability and strength and is constructed out of cast aluminum. There is plenty of space for operation thanks to the T shaped design allowing access to samples from 3 sides, with a large working distance. This laboratory microscope’s low center of gravity and four vibration dampening feet create a virtually vibration free element that’s essential for long exposure photography. 

Leica DMIL Inverted Phase Contrast Microscope Specifications:

Power115V 50/60Hz
Dimensions19" x 9" x 16"
Weight25 lb

  • Leica DMIL Inverted Phase Contrast Microscope 
  • Trinocular Head
  • 5x, 10x, 20x Plan Objectives
  • Phase Ring Slider
  • 115V Power Cord
  • 30-Day Warranty

This Leica DMIL Inverted Phase Contrast Microscope has been and outfitted with a brand new halogen lamp. Should you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us. 

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