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Leica DM E Light Microscope

Robust light microscope with four objective lenses for general use. Ideal for educational settings

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The DM E light microscope from Leica is great for a wide range of biology and life sciences applications, but is particularly suited to education. This binocular light microscope is robust with high quality components, making it ideal for demanding environments. The rear-facing parfocal nose piece is easy to use and reduces the risk of accidental damage to the microscope or the sample. Easily adjust the stage with manual controls, and fine tune focus with four objective lenses, coarse and fine focus knobs. This microscope includes a standard 20 W lamp, and is compatible with a range of phase contrast and darkfield sliders (available separately).

Features of the Leica DM E microscope:

  • Includes four achromatic objective lenses: 4x, 10x, 40x and 100x
  • Infinity corrected objective lenses make focusing easier and more accurate
  • 10x/18 pointer binocular eyepiece
  • Minimum aperture: 1.3 ± 0.2 mm
  • Maximum aperture: 30 mm
  • Manually adjusted stage with basic and intuitive positioning
  • Stage dimensions: 15 x 13.6 cm
  • Coaxial coarse and fine focusing knobs
  • 20 W standard lamp
  • Compatible with phase contrast and darkfield sliders (not included)
  • Cast aluminium frame is lightweight and easy to clean with methanol or water
  • Full technical specifications on datasheet below


Download Leica DM E brochure

Additional information

Weight6.8 kg
Dimensions40 × 24 × 42 cm






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Leica DM E Microscope Brochure

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