Why use Leica educational microscopes in the classroom?

  • They are easy to use – parts are well labeled, components cannot be removed and lost, and few adjustments lead to great results
  • They produce images to enjoy – their optics and cameras deliver good contrast, color, and resolution for a great learning experience
  • They are easy to store – they are small, easy to carry, and have few cables that could tangle
  • They are easy to maintain – they are easy to clean and service, with on-site service when needed
  • They are constructed to last – they stand up to rough handling and varying environmental conditions

And if you would like to digitize your classroom and engage your students via Wi-Fi with tools they even use in their leisure time, we offer wireless classroom solutions.


Leica DM4 P, DM2700 P oraz DM750 P


Leica DM2700 P

If you do not need full automation and maximum reproducibility, the Leica DM2700 P is your instrument of choice. Apart from the automation, it offers a flexibility which is similar to the Leica DM4 P.

  • Get distinct sample information with 5 objectives on the 5-fold centerable objective revolver
  • Get large overviews from the 22-mm field of view
  • Obtain a better contrast with UC-3D illumination at incident light observation

The Champion in Education: Leica DM750 P

In education you need a robust tool that students can use every day. You can easily plug and play it – that’s what we call best preconditions for successful learning.

  • Get into the details of your samples with 4 objectives
  • Use the 20-mm field of view for a good overview
  • Enjoy the practical details the instrument offers: You can carry it by its handle and stow away its cable inside the instrument

Your choice: Leica DM4 P

Flexible according to your tasks, safe and easy in operation through coded functionalities for research, inexperienced operators, or multiple-user environments

  • Coded 6-fold centerable nosepiece
  • Illumination and contrast management for reproducible results
  • Coded conoscopy with 1.6x magnification changer
  • LED illumination
  • Status display
  • 360° rotating stage with and without 45°click stop
  • Strain-free optics
  • Broad range of polarization equipment
  • Fixed and variable compensators according to DIN 58879

TL3000 Ergo oraz TL5000 Ergo


Matched for highest optical performance – TL Ergo bases & microscopes from Leica

Leica transmitted light bases have been designed to match the high resolution of our stereo microscopes and macroscopes.

It’s important for a base to fill the aperture of the microscope you are using. The manual TL3000 Ergo provides a maximum NA of 0.73 and the fully automated TL5000 Ergo a NA of 0.9.

With every Leica microscope installed on a TL Ergo base you can expect:

  • A variety of contrast methods for various samples and specimen
  • Vivid color reproduction
  • Contrasting that lights your sample exactly the way you want, without compromising resolution
  • Reduction of stray light for crisp images rich in detail

Leica EZ4 W & EZ4 E


These stereo microscopes provide a wireless education solution to the science classroom. The integrated 5-megapixel cameras can live-stream HD images to students’ smartphones or tablets. Students can connect to the EZ4 W either through its own internal Wi-Fi signal or through the facilities network.

The EZ4 E exclusively uses the facilities network (WLAN or LAN) to allow students to connect to the microscope. This is an ideal solution if you don`t want to add additional Wi-Fi access points to your existing wireless network concept.

For mobile devices download the Leica AirLab App! It is free of charge and available for both IOS and Android. With intuitive touch screen control students can quickly and easily capture, annotate, archive, and share images. The camera can also be accessed with any Wi-Fi enabled Windows PC or MAC. For standalone HD screens or larger screen projections you can use the HDMI connection.

Keeping college or university students engaged in the coursework becomes a lot easier with the Wi-Fi Education Solutions from Leica Microsystems.

Looking for more Wi-Fi Education Solutions? Check out the Leica ICC50 W and ICC50 E cameras for compound microscopes …


Leica EM UC7


These stereo microscopes provide a wireless education solution to the science classroom. The integrated 5-megapixel cameras can live-stream HD images to students’ smartphones or tablets. Students can connect to the EZ4 W either through its own internal Wi-Fi signal or through the facilities network.

The Ultramicrotome Leica EM UC7 provides easy preparation of semi- and ultrathin sections as well as perfect, smooth surfaces of biological and industrial samples for TEM, SEM, AFM and LMexamination.

New Standard in Ultramicrotomy

Combining ergonomic design and innovative technology the Ultramicrotome Leica EM UC7 sets new standards in Ultramicrotomy. It offers a range of outstanding features and benefits of use for the ultramicrotomist, whether highly skilled or absolute beginners.


Leitz Optilux


Leitz Optilux is a proud member of the Leica Microsystems family of microscopes and offers the ultimate in comfort and quality at a reasonable price.

It is ideal for viewing prepared microscope slides in brightfield for studying microstructures not visible with the human eye.


Leica DM300


Leitz Optilux is a proud member of the Leica Microsystems family of microscopes and offers the ultimate in comfort and quality at a reasonable price.

For slightly more advanced students in biology or 2-4 year college life science classrooms, the Leica DM300 compound microscope is compactmaintenance-free and easy to use to provide trouble free operation each day.

Equipped with a mechanical stage to accommodate two specimen slides and labelled Abbe condenser, the DM300 can be configured with rotatable monocular or binocular tubes for shared viewing and easy storage. Trinocular tube is also possible to go digital.

With 165 years of microscope design and manufacturing experience, the Leica DM300 student microscope provides students with the capabilities they need to study the finest details in all the Life Sciences.


Leica DM500


The Leica DM500 microscope with “plug and play” capability is the ideal tool to make teaching entry-level college and university Life Science courses easy and fun for the instructor and the student.

Student-friendly features such as the pre-focused, pre-centered condenser and the EZTube™ preset diopter, which prevent incorrect adjustments, provide more time for hands-on teaching.

EZStore™ design with integrated handle and cord wrap allows easy carrying, easy lifting and protection against microscope component damage. 


Leica DM750


The Leica DM500 microscope with “plug and play” capability is the ideal tool to make teaching entry-level college and university Life Science courses easy and fun for the instructor and the student.

The Leica DM750 is the ideal microscope for the versatile needs of advanced college and university life science courses and professional training in medical, veterinary and dental schools.

The student-friendly features such as the EZStore™, which provides easy carrying and easy lifting and EZGuide with rounded edges, which allows one-handed slide loading and reduces slide chipping provide a safer classroom environment.

The teacher-friendly features, such as the EZLite™, which provides over 20 years of LED illumination and automatic time delay shutoff, saves time and energy.


Leica DM750 M


The Leica DM750 M is the ideal microscope for basic materials applications in an Industrial Lab or Material Science course. Its versatile stage and reflected light system work in combination to deliver high quality images of the most demanding specimens.

The mechanical stage can be used for both transmitted and reflected light. It can be equipped with various specimen holders to accommodate mounted specimens of different diameters.

The unique Reflected light LED illuminator provides brightfield, polarized light, and oblique illumination. This allows you to work with many different specimens with the same microscope configuration.