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Brunel Microscopes Ltd, Unit 2 Vincients Road, Bumpers Farm Industrial Estate, Chippenham, Wilts SN14 6NQ. Tel: 01249 462655. firstname.lastname@example.org
In excellent condition, this is one of our most popular student stereomicroscopes. Eyepieces x10 wide field with a x2 objective pair gives an overall magnification of x20. Pole coarse focus with a rack and pinion fine focus. Stage clips with a reversible black/white dissection plate.
Motic Zoom Stereomicroscope
This is a combination of a Motic stereomicroscope head with one of our own illumination bases. Motic is now established as a supplier of durable good value microscopes and this head zooms from x10 to x40 with ‘click’ indicators of the main magnification steps. The base has in built incident and transmitted lighting with a central dissection plate area and stage clips. Very good value.
Transmitted light base
A 6v 20 watt transmitted light base with separate transformer and brightness control. Ideal for use as a back light with any long arm stereomicroscope. Frosted glass plate and two specimen retaining clips. As new.
Zoom Pocket Microscope
We have a small number of new PMZ zoom pocket microscopes that have the magnification options of x60, x80 and x100. Complete with a simple stand these can either be stood on the specimen and focused, or the battery powered lighting can be adjusted to look at slides of the larger specimen types. Complete with microdata card.
Very good value indeed. A good sized microscope that is ideal for the student or entry level enthusiast.
Brunel Desk Top 1.3M Microscope
The ideal hand held microscope for the office, workshop or home use. The Desk Top Microscope is a digital system that provides an image directly to a laptop or PC for viewing. This microscope has a magnification range of x10 to x200 and has in built LED illumination with brightness control. The corded 1.3M unit connects by a USB lead to a USB2 on the laptop or PC and has a polarising filter built in that reduces the ‘glare’ from reflective surfaces. The unit takes still images and video clips with the ability to make measurements on the captured images. Used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations.
Price £64 + vat
Brunel TV Zoomview
The Zoomview is a handheld microscope that can magnify up to x200 and display an image on any television through the AV port. Simply tune the television to the correct AV channel and the image appears automatically. The Zoomview is cordless and will work up to 30 feet away from its docking centre allowing the unit to obtain images from all sorts of difficult to reach places. The docking station simply attaches to the television via its AV lead and the Zoomview communicates with the docking station by wireless. The built in LED lights have a brightness control and produce really clear coloured images. As well as being a handheld microscope, the Zoomview will also focus into the distance like a normal CC TV camera. In the box is the Handheld Zoomview Microscope, the docking station, transformer plug with recharging lead and the leads to connect the docking station to the television. For TV and projectors, but would need a TV video encoder to work with a computer. Used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations.
Price £50 + vat
Brunel Desk Top 5M Microscope
The ideal microscopes for the office, workshop or home use. The unit can be handheld or supported by one of three possible stands that are available as accessories. The Desk Top Microscope is a digital system that provides an image directly to a laptop or PC for viewing.The series microscopes have a magnification range of x10 to x200 and have in built LED illumination with brightness control. These microscopes are professional standard,quality units and should not be confused with the numerous ‘cheap and cheerful’ fun toys that are available on some of the larger shopping websites. The corded 5M unit connects by a USB lead to a USB2 on the laptop or PC and has a polarising filter built in that reduces the ‘glare’ from reflective surfaces. The unit takes still images and video clips with the ability to make measurements on the captured images. Used only by ourselves for demonstrations.
Price £80 + vat
Long arm Stereomicroscope
This is a new microscope used only by ourselves for assessment. An ideal instrument for bee dissection or PCB soldering work with its x10 magnification and long working distance. Please note that no additional objectives are available for this model. Excellent image clarity and the inbuilt lighting system is LED with goose neck manipulation that allows the cold light to be positioned at the appropriate angle for the type of specimen. The pole stand provides coarse focus allowing specimens as diverse as postage stamps and archaeology dig specimens to be examined with the rack and pinion fine focus. A bargain.
Brunel MX7T Stereomicroscope
This is one of our most popular stereomicroscopes. Giving the option of x20 and x40 magnification with the option of incident and transmitted tungsten lighting systems that can be used together or separately. Pole stand coarse focus with a rack and pinion fine focus system. Stage clips with black/white dissection plate and frosted glass plate. Dust cover and eyecups. Condition excellent.
Sold by our sister company Apex Microscopes, The Learner is one of the most popular microscopes being ideal for the young scientist because it allows both slide examination and also the study of whole objects as well without the need for slide preparation. The microscope has LED lighting which can be operated entirely by battery power. There is a top light form looking at the surface of things and the bottom light fro looking at microscope slides. Objectives x4, x10 and x40 which with the x10 and x20 eyepieces gives a magnification range of x40 to x800.
Price £37.50 + vat
Our sister company Apex Microscopes has a number of 5 star Amazon products. The most popular of these is the Apex Practitioner. This instrument is in absolute pristine condition and is complete with an aluminium style carrying case. Objectives x4, x10 and x40 with eyepieces x10 and x20 which gives a magnification range of x40 to x800. Mechanical stage with drop down controls, full substage condenser and LED brightness controlled lighting. A bargain indeed
Meopta is one of the eastern European microscope manufacturers that adhered to the Zenith manufacturing specifications. This resulted in the advantage that accessories were interchangeable. This particular unit benefits from having a Biolam AY-
James Swift Polarising Binocular
This is a very good example of probably one of the last UK manufactured polarising microscopes. This model is noted for its build quality and therefore robustness. Coxial coarse and fine focus controls. Large rotating circular stage with chapter ring and stage clips. Substage condenser with iris diaphragm. Objectives x5, x10, x20 and x40 with x10 wide field eyepieces. Rotating polarising filter with a in/our analyser. There is a slot for retardation filters but these are not present. 6 volt 20 watt halogen light source with brightness control. Good condition and all original.
Vickers Patholette Trinocular
There can be no doubt that Vickers made microscopes that were both robust and distinctive in style and the Patholette was certainly one of those. This is good example and only features on our ‘bargains' tab because the turret ‘catches’ a little as it rotates. This does not in anyway interfere with its function or optical performance but does deserve a price advantage. It is all original which also makes it somewhat of a collectors item. Objectives x4, x10, x40 and x100 (oil immersion) with x10 compensating eyepieces together with a x6 photoeyepiece in the trinocular eyetube. Mechanical stage with drop down coaxial controls positioned in the front of the stage. Coaxial coarse and fine focus controls situated in the centre of the circular base. Focusing condenser with iris and filter carrier. Tungsten illumination.
Brunel Fibre Optic Light Source
This has to be one of the best value for money stand alone cold light sources available. LED lighting has revolutionised cold light source units and this particular product is without doubt the market leader when it comes to cooling fan noise. It is quiet, so quiet that on occasion it is difficult to know when the unit is running.
The on/off switch and rheostat control are situated on the front panel and the unit has a fold flat carrying handle on the roof of the power pack. Because the unit is LED light based the traditional method of comparing units by wattage output no longer applies. However the output of this unit in our opinion surpasses that of a traditional 150 watt unit. As with all LED units the heat gain is minimal and therefore ideal for heat sensitive specimens such as insects. This unit is available at an exceptional saving because the double arms ‘rock’ slightly -