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DIGITAL MICROSCOPE

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2005
Leica Microsystems AG, Industry Div.
 
Leica Microsystems AG has introduced the DMI5000 M inverted digital microscope, which brings intelligent automation to applications such as quality control inspections in industry and materials analysis in scientific research. The company says that, with its new incident-light axis, the instrument delivers brilliant images with great depth of field and high resolution in bright- and dark-field, polarization and differential interference contrast. The microscope features a steel purity module for inspection in the metalworking industry and a color intensity control device that maintains a constant color temperature of 3200 K, which prevents a red cast to images at low lamp voltages.


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