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Integrated CMOS microscope camera Leica IC90 E

IC90 E

What type of digital interface does the Leica IC90 E feature?

The IC90 E features an HDMI Type A and USB Type B connector.

I have connected my camera to the Ethernet port, but I can not see it in my software.

Usually the camera is auto-detected by the LAS software, but depending on your company network it might be necessary to key in the IP address manually in the software. The IP address is visible in the information screen of the on-screen display.

To which microscopes can I attach the Leica IC90 E?

You can attach the Leica IC90 E camera to any Leica stereo microscopes of the Leica M-series without additional adapter. If you are unsure, please contact you local Leica representative.

What type of monitor should I use in standalone mode?

We recommend an HDMI monitor for standalone operation. Additionally we recommend the "standalone kit”  12 740 229 which contains the HDMI cable, remote control, SD card, power supply and Ethernet cable.

Which Leica software and operating system supports the Leica IC90 E?

Software                                        LAS X 3.0 and higher (Windows 7, Windows 10)
LAS 4.9 and higher (Windows 7, Windows 8 / 8.1)
LAS Acquire 3.3 and higher (MAC OS X)
LAS EZ 3.3 and higher (Windows 7, Windows 8 / 8.1, Windows 10)

What comes in the box?

The box includes the Leica IC90 E camera head, USB 2.0 cable, Quick Start guide, and Leica software. No additional hardware is needed to interface with the Leica M series stereo microscopes.

Can I create a monochrome image from the Leica IC90 E?

Yes you can, the camera can be switched to monochrome mode using Leica software or through the on-screen menu in standalone mode.

What type of sensor is used in the Leica IC90 E?

The IC90 E is equipped with a 1/2.3" CMOS sensor to deliver, fast, crisp color images.