S9 Series

Continuously improving production, keeping defect rates low, and fulfilling customer requests in order to stay competitive can be very challenging. Leica has developed the S9 stereo microscope series to help you cope with these challenges.

Working efficiently in life science research with S9 stereo microscopes

  • See more in Z: Exclusive FusionOptics technology from Leica provides high resolution with high depth of field, with 9:1 zoom, 6.1x-55x magnification, 250 lp/mm resolution and 122mm working distance.
  • Easy training: Camera-ready or integrated camera configurations add versatility for training and sharing.
  • Easy documentation: Leica software is included for quick, easy, and repeatable measurements and documentation.

Sample inspection and manipulation under the microscope can be conveniently performed with the 122 mm working distance of all S9 stereo microscopes.
Enjoy working with more space for your tools under the microscope lense – sometimes every mm counts.
The Leica S6E stereo microscope, with 6.3:1 zoom and flexible modular design, has high productivity for routine microscopy tasks such as quality inspection during manufacturing and assembly, OEM integration and training, to advanced analysis and documentation for R&D.Key Features:38° ergonomic viewing angle Magnification 6.3× to 40×, working distance 110mm, object field diameter 36.5 mm Adjustable zoom limits Achromatic standard objectives Ergo Objectives for variable viewing height, magnification, working distance Eyepieces for eyeglass wearers AntistaticFor more information on the Leica S6E stereo microscope and other high quality advanced imaging products, contact W. Nuhsbaum today. Our sales reps and imaging specialists will design a system customized to your unique needs.

Changing perspective is easy

Do you sometimes find it difficult to work only through the eyepieces of the microscope?

With the digital functionality of the S9 i, S9 D, and S APO you don’t have to choose between screen or eyepieces.

You can quickly scan through samples using a large screen view and check on details through the eyepieces of the microscope.