Digital Microscope Leica DVM6
#Find #Explore #Adapt
Certain failure-analysis and research-and-development tasks can be complicated but with the DVM6 digital microscope, you can stay focused on your work thanks to a convenient operation, and improved reliability of results with reproducible imaging conditions.
Go from macro to micro!
- 16:1 zoom range
- Three parfocal PlanApo objectives
- See details as small as 0.4 micrometers
- Change an objective with one hand
Find the objective that best fits your needs with a low, mid, and high magnification objective. Low magnification objective provides a max field of view (FOV) of 43.75 mm, a long working distance up to 60 mm, and magnifications up to 190x. Mid magnification objective features a max FOV of 12.55 mm, a comfortable working distance up to 33 mm, and a magnification range of 46x to 675x. High magnification objective
Large or bulky sample? Try the modular DVM6 M!
- Special interface adapter
- Zoom module can be used with Leica M series selected stands for:
- Large – max. stage travel range: 150 x 100 mm
- Tall – up to 340 mm
Try a different angle!
Observe your sample from -60° to +60° angle with the DVM6 tilting function. You can explore your sample from different perspectives by turning and shifting the stage to reach any point within a 70mm x 50mm travel range. The best part, you can change this perspective with one hand and the sample stays always in focus since the tilting axis is aligned to the focus point.
Light and Contrast Combinations
- View samples with a textured surface using one or all four segments of the ring light illumination (RL)
- Visualise flat, reflective samples with the coaxial illumination (CXI)
- Explore hard-to-image regions, e.g. holes and transparent materials, with the transmitted light illumination (BLI)
- Reduce glare on reflective samples, such as polished metal surfaces, with the diffusor adapter
- Identify contamination due to its different material properties with the polarizer adapter
Rely on your results!
With reproducible imaging conditions, you can reproduce an image in its entirety, encode functions to ensure every user achieves comparable results, and sensor-detected and encoded objectives save you time and effort. All systems settings are saved with the image data and can be recalled at any time to compare your results.