The Leica EZ4 educational stereomicroscope with 4.4:1 zoom for entry level university and college courses such as biology, anatomy and chemistry provides over 20 years of bright LED illumination which saves time and cost of replacement bulbs.
Keep students engaged by making school a fun place to learn. The Leica stereo microscopes offer a broad, varied field for experience and learning and are easy to integrate into classroom instruction.
Special microscopy or specimen preparation skills are not required in order to observe whole objects found in nature such as plants and insects, or items from around the house such as coins, stamps, pieces of cloth or an old clockwork. The students will soon be able to use the stereo microscope independently after a brief introduction and a few practical exercises.
Incident, oblique or transmitted? The high-quality illumination of the Leica EZ4 shows all your samples in the right light with good contrast.
With the upgraded model EZ4W or EZ4E, discover details in natural colors with up to 5.0MP capture resolution and 1080p live image. The integrated Wi-Fi camera of the EZ4W is fast and provides crystal clear imaging direct to your Apple or Android device via Leica AirLab app.
There are unlimited applications for fluorescence in the science classroom. With a simple add-on by NIGHTSEA, fluorescence is as economical as it is practical for the lab.
From sorting fluorescing zebrafish embryos to picking Drosophila larvae, bring the "WOW" factor into the classroom with amazing, colorful procedures and experiments.
Work with live image thumbnail overviews of all connected microscopes, share up to four images in class or switch to a PowerPoint presentation to vary teaching content. More information on Wi-Fi Education Solutions
View and share microscope images via Wi-Fi stream in small groups with the EZ4W, or choose Ethernet Mode for more students to connect to a microscope through the facilities' network connection with the EZ4W or EZ4E. The USB mode is helpful for inspection of moving specimens in high speed.