Leica ATC 2000 Binocular
In education Leica is without doubt the prestige manufacturer. Aimed at the undergraduate and post graduate markets, the ATC 2000 has excellent features including Kohler illumination. The ATC has coaxial coarse and fine focus control that moves the objective turret up and down rather than the stage. Objectives x4, x10, x40 and x100 (oil immersion|) with x10 wide field eyepieces Mechanical stage with drop down coaxial controls and double vernier scale. 6 volt 20 watt halogen illumination with brightness control. Focusing and centring substage condenser and the stand has a cleverly designed carrying handle at its top. Good condition apart from a few small paint chips along some of the edges of the base
Price £304.17 + vat
Leitz Teaching Head
A rarely found accessory in the used market. a Leitz teaching head with integral moving pointer, will attach to any modern Leitz compound microscope stand and will except two binocular heads (not supplied).
Price £86.67 + vat
Leica CCTV adapter
This is a unused current 1/2” CCTV adapter part number 13596065. Fits current Leica DME series trinocular microscopes
Price £74.16+ vat
Leica Specimen Presser
Having specimens level and flat for incidence microscopy is essential, and this Leica specimen presser is as good as it gets. Spring loaded with tension adjustment and in pristine condition.
Price £87.50 + vat
Leica CME Binocular
The Leica CME was targeted very successfully at the university undergraduate market. This example is in excellent condition. Binocular with E2 achromatic objectives x4, x10, x40 and x100 (oil immersion) that together with the wide field eyepieces gives a magnification range of x40 to x1000. Focusing centring condenser. Mechanical stage with drop down controls. Coaxial coarse and fine focus controls. 6 volt 20 watt quartz halogen illumination with brightness control.
Leitz Dialux Binocular
A magnificent example of this sought after microscope dating from the mid 1960’s This one has excellent paint work and chrome. The interchangeable quadruple turret has three objectives. x10 planfluorite n.a. 0.30, x40 n.a. 0.65 and apo x100 n.a.1.32 oil immersion lens, together with a pair of periplan x10 eyepieces. Centring two diaphragm bright field condenser with flip top lens n.a. 0.9, with a supplementary condenser in the base with a cut out lever for low power work.
Interchangeable nosepiece and mechanical stage. Separate coarse and fine focus systems. This example has the original light unit and transformer box
Price £583.33 + vat
Leitz Dialux Stand
This is a trinocular Leitz Dialux stand without eyepieces, objectives or light box. Serial number 471121 this stand dates from 1954. In good condition and all original including a flip top lens condenser with iris diaphragm. \Very clean mechanical stage with slide support and drop down controls. A fine stand to build back into a fine microscope
Price £137.50 + vat
Leitz Long arm Stereomicroscope
This is without doubt one of the best ‘collectors’ items we have ever had on this web site. Leitz is now an iconic word that gains respect throughout the world for quality microscopes This long arm stereomicroscope is exceptional and we have not seen one like this before. The general condition is excellent. The large stable base has a single vertical column with a single horizontal arm with a double clamp arrangement to the support column. The head is attached to the horizontal by an ingenious ball and clamp socket so that any angle of the head is possible. The head has a rack and pinion focus system. The eyepieces are x15 and the overall magnification is x7.5. All original
Price £412.50 + vat
A trinocular Ortholux 11 with a rotating circular stage. The body work of this unit is in very good condition. Serial number 484425 dating from 1955. It has had a more modern Leitz lamp unit added at some stage with 12v 50 watt halogen lighting. 170mm objectives x4 (0.12), x2.5 plan (0.08), x10 polarising (0.25) and x100 oil immersion with integral iris diaphragm. X16 periplan eyepieces. All original.
Price £375.00 + vat
One of the Leitz classics and in very good condition. Binocular head with x10, x15 and x20 eyepieces, Leitz 170mm objectives x4 (n.a. 0.12), x10 (n.a. 0.25), x40 (n.a. 0.65) and x100 oil (n.a.1.25). Attached specimen driver with separate XY controls. Focusing condenser with an integral lighting system with a separate control box with step brightness options. Leitz coaxial focus system. This is a very nice quality microscope
A monocular Leitz microscope with incident light source that can be used either as a geology or metallurgical instrument. Large rotating circular stage with graduated chapter ring. Leitz objectives x5 (na 0.09), x10 NPL (na0.18), x20 (na0.35), Fl x50 (na0.85) with a x12.5 periplan eyepiece. The incident light system has a double iris diaphragm and a rotating polarising filter with an analyser slot filter in the monocular head base. New transformer. Condition very good indeed.
Leitz Ortholux 11
In good condition this is the much sought after Leitz Ortholux 11 Trinocular microscope. The body work is in good condition although the stage as would be expected does show evidence of the slides that have ‘scuffed’ the stage. All original 170mm tube length objectives NPL Fluotar x10 (n.a. 0.30), NPL x25 (n.a. 0.50), Plan Apo x40 (n.a. 0.75), Fluorescence x63 (oil) (n.a. 1.30) and Plan Apo x100 (oil) (n.a. 1.32). Zernicke phase contrast condenser with bright field option. The trinocular head has a x1.25 magnification factor. x10 periplan GF eyepieces. A fine microscope.
Leitz Dialux 22 Trinocular
This Dialux 22 has been retro fitted with an LED illumination system with separate brightness control. This gives an excellent even field illumination with the microscope Kohler illumination system. Trinocular head with periplan x10 spectacle wearers eyepieces. The large mechanical stage with drop down controls is in good condition and the body work is good with a few small chips having been ‘retouched’. All in all a fine instrument with a modern lighting system. 160mm tube length x4 EF (n.a. 0.12), x10 NPL fluotar (n.a. 0.30), x40 plan (n.a. 0.65), x100 EF oil immersion objective (n.a. 1.25)
Price £500.00 + vat
This is one of the classic Leitz microscopes and this example is in good condition with relatively little stage scuffing considering its age. Binocular head with the usual interocular and dioptric adjustments. x12.5 periplan eyepieces. 160mm tubelength. Original objectives NPL fluotar x16 (n.a. 0.45), x40 fluoreszence (n.a. 0.75), plan apo x100 oil immersion (n.a. 1.32). Double vernier scale and drop down coaxial controls. 6v 20 watt quartz halogen light source with a full Kohler .illumination system. Field iris and brightness control. Full centring substage condenser with iris diaphragm and filter carrier. Very good condition.
Price £337.50 + vat
Leica Galen 111
Over the years Leica have offered models specifically designed for the education market. These have a somewhat more basic specification compared with their research microscopes but never the less have the Leica badge of quality. This particular example has been well used but gives a good optical performance. Objectives x4, x10, x40 and x100 (oil) with x10 wide field eyepieces. Full mechanical stage with rheostat controlled 6 volt 20 watt halogen illumination. An opportunity to obtain a Leica microscope at a very interesting price.
Leica Stereomicroscope Bellows
This is a brand new Leica stereomicroscope accessory -
Price £166.67 + vat
A web site owned and maintained by Brunel Microscopes Ltd
click on the images to see a larger picture
Brunel Microscopes Ltd, Unit 2 Vincients Road, Bumpers Farm Industrial Estate, Chippenham, Wilts SN14 6NQ. Tel: 01249 462655. firstname.lastname@example.org
click on the images to see a larger picture
Leica Microsystems GmbH is a manufacturer of superb optical equipment. Leica Microsystems is a successor company of Ernst Leitz that was founded in Germany in 1869.
Leitz Oil Immersion Dark field Condenser
A Leitz oil immersion dark ground condenser suitable for x100 oil immersion objectives. Numerical aperture 1.19 -
Price £137.50 + vat
Leitz Drawing Attachment
It is difficult to get hold of these drawing attachments and they are sought after. This fits beneath the microscope head and introduces a magnification factor of x1.25. There is a slider focus system for the paper projected image. The unit is in good condition.
Price £162.50 + vat
Leitz Dialux 20 Trinocular
This Dialux 20 is all original and in very good condition. The only negatives are a small area of scuff on the stage where slides have been introduced over the years and some small paint chips on the edge of the base. Trinocular head with x10 wide field eyepieces, dioptric and interpupillary adjustment. A large mechanical stage with double vernier and drop down coaxial controls. Focusing substage condenser with flip top lens and the usual iris diaphragm. Field lens with iris diaphragm giving Kohler illumination from the separate control box 12 volt 100 watt halogen illumination from the external light box to the back of the microscope. An excellent set of objectives. x4 plan (n.a.0.10), x10 plan (n.a.0.25), x25 plan fluotar (n.a. 0.60), x40 plan (n.a.0.65), x100 (oil) NPL fluotar (n.a. 1.30). All in all a fine microscope
Price £798.33 + vat
Leitz SM Lux Polarising
One of the classic Leitz microscopes dating from the middle 1960’s and in excellent condition. The monocular microscope has a x10 wide field eyepiece with cross hair. Flip in/out analyser filter and a Bertrand lens. The 170mm tube length objectives are polarising corrected x3.5 (0.10), x10 (0.25) and x50 (0.85) and in excellent condition. The focusing substage condenser has a rotating polarising filter and a flip top lens. The light source is 6 volt 20 watt halogen powered by a separate transformer box. This is a fine microscope and is now a collector’s piece as well.
Price £329.17 + vat
Leitz Drawing Attachment
Dating from the 1920’s this is a Leitz drawing attachment to fit monocular microscopes. It is rare to find these units that have all the accessory filters still in place. The mirror does show its age but without pickling or loss of mirroring. These drawing attachments depend upon a balance of lighting between the illuminated specimen down the microscope and the light available for the drawing paper hence the range of neutral density filters in the box which can be used to balance the two. Original case in good condition, a real collectors item.
Price £208.33 + vat
Leitz Diavert Fluorescence/Phase Trinocular
A Leitz Diavert with an exceptional specification and in very good condition. The unit has an incident fluorescence system together with a transmitted bright field and phase contrast system. The objectives are x10 NPL fluotar phase contrast -
Leica DME Binocular
This is a modern microscope in excellent condition. The notable feature is the ergonomic head which allows the eyetubes to be raised or lowered to suit the seated height of the individual. The microscope has infinity corrected plan objectives with the now Leica standard M25 screw threads. CPlan x4 (n.a. 0.12), CPlan x10 (n.a. 0.25), CPlan x40 (n.a. 0.65) and Plan x100 oil immersion (n.a. 1.25). LPlan x10/25mm spectacle wearers eyepieces. Mechanical stage with substage condenser and iris diaphragm. 12 volt 35 watt Kohler illumination system. Coaxial coarse and fine focus system. A fine microscope.
SM Leitz Binocular
This is a fine collectors piece dating from circa 1960. In good condition, the excellent black enamel polishes extremely well.-