Fluorescence Microscope from LEAM Solution Inc

Fluorescence Microscope from LEAM Solution

About LEAM Solution

LEAM Solution Inc. are innovator producing applicable microscope equipment using existing microscopes in the market. Ten years ago, LE.AM Solution Inc. dived into the microscope market by selling low-priced microscopes and services.

Back then, they were merely a small technology-related startup company as they had little knowledge and experience with the microscope. Therefore, they set off their goals to improve the performance and quality of low-priced microscopes to that of high-end products.

Considering that they were not professional microscope manufacturers nor engineers, their marketing strategy was extremely successful in sales with an increased number of customers. They were able to respond to customers and their needs more proactively and expand their experience with a vast range of microscopes.

They continued to research microscopes of various types, brands, and price ranges, spending endless, sleepless nights scrutinizing all the possible ways to upgrade the quality of low-priced microscopes; they assembled, disassembled, and experimented with microscopes while studying various types of lenses and light sources.

As a result, even before realizing it, they have earned their own wisdom, technical expertise, trust, and reputation in the industry and market through vigorous research and study over the last decade. They have pioneered their own paths of microscope repair service systems, and in doing so, they have encountered newer markets and customers and learned the best possible way to respond to their needs.

Fluorescence Microscope from LEAM Solution Inc

Today, LE.AM Solution Inc. is proud to introduce newly-developed, affordable fluorescence microscopes of high performance with our new application. They are confident with their unique know-how and ensure us second-to-none experience with their fluorescence microscopes.

Typical components of a fluorescence microscope are 

  • light source,
  • excitation filter, 
  • dichroic mirror and
  • emission filter. 

These components make the Fluorescence microscope expensive.

The LEAM solution was developed the inexpensive fluorescence microscope with a re-configuring collector lens.

The solution for the enhancement

Fluorescence Microscope LEAM Technology
Fluorescence Microscope LEAM Technology

The collector lens needs re-configuration to enhance intensity.

LEAM finds the best collector lens setup by using the simulation program to provide better intensity.

Instrumentation of fluorescence microscope LS40

Instrumentation of fluorescence microscope LS40
Instrumentation of fluorescence microscope LS40

Comparison of fluorescence images

Comparison of fluorescence images

Buy this Fluorescence Microscope

Contact: leamsol@leamsol.com

The letters and opinions from worldwide

 If anyone knows the ‘Achilles Heel’ of this market, this person will be able to do some good with your instrument. And, if we see any cell culture opportunities for fluorescence, we now know right where to go to solve the challenge  from USA customer

 It is very interesting. There is a possibility that we could offer your version of this microscope as a higher level research grade version … from United Kingdom customer

 I admire the results that you have achieved, and would be interested is incorporating your fine work into … from USA customer

 as it is not all the time necessary to buy a BIG4 microscope at very high price. We are confident that Koran production is quickly expanding and that sooner or later you will be even competitive with BIG4 producers … from EU customer

 I think you have made a great point that your microscope is competitive … from Canada customer

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Sagar Aryal

Sagar Aryal is a microbiologist and a scientific blogger. He is currently doing his Ph.D. from the Central Department of Microbiology, Tribhuvan University in collaboration with Helmholtz-Institute for Pharmaceutical Research Saarland (HIPS), Saarbrucken, Germany. He did his M.Sc. in Microbiology and B.Sc. in Microbiology from St. Xavier’s College, Kathmandu, Nepal. He worked as a Lecturer at St. Xavier’s College, Maitighar, Kathmandu, Nepal, from March 2017 to June 2019. He is interested in research on actinobacteria, myxobacteria, and natural products. He has published more than 15 research articles and book chapters in international journals and well-renowned publishers.

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