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Brunel SP300P Polarising Microscope

Brunel SP300P Polarising Microscope

Price: 1,450.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)

Used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations and fully guaranteed. Trinocular head with full interocular and dioptric adjustment, supplied complete with x10 widefield and crosshair eyepieces. Slider analyser filter with a remote rotating circular scale that is very easy and convenient to use. This graduated control rotates the internal analyser. Slide in Bertrand lens with lateral position adjusters to ensure centralising in the optical path for conoscopic examination. The polarising head unit houses a filter slot to accommodate the quartz wedge, wavelength and quarter wavelength retardation plates. Quadruple objective turret with x4, x10, x40 and x60 planachromatic long working distance, strain free polarising objectives. Three of the settings have lateral adjustment to allow the objectives to be centred in the optical path. The fourth objective (x10 recommended) is centred using the lateral adjusters of the specimen stage.The SP300P has low position coaxial coarse and fine focus controls with tension adjustment and variable focus stop. The microscope has a full Kohler illumination system with a field lens and iris diaphragm. Rheostat controlled 6 volt 20 watt illumination system.



Brunel SP110MBD

Brunel SP110MBD

Price: 2,487.50 (Excluding VAT at 20%)

This unit has been used by ourselves for customer demonstrations. The SP110M Series are extremely versatile metallurgical microscopes. The pole stand and base arrangement allows large surface areas as well as very thick materials to be examined. These are ideal instruments for the inspection of surfaces of all types and electronic circuit boards for example. It is also extremely effective for specimen measurement. The SP110BD can toggle between bright and dark field observation simply, by a push/pull lever. Similarly polarisation filters can be introduced to the optical path, and the polarising filter can be rotated through 360° via a thumb wheel arrangement. Objectives x5, x10, x20 and x50, with x10 wide field eyepieces. A massive saving

Brunel SP200XM Trinocular

Brunel SP200XM Trinocular

Price: 600.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)

An industrial standard metallurgical trinocular microscope with a particularly large specimen stage. The trinocular head allows full illumination to the binocular head or to the trinocular tube for digital photography. Full interocular and dioptric adjustment, x10 wide field eyepieces.
Non coverslip adjusted, long working distance plan objectives x4, x10, x40 and x60. The mechanical stage platform measures 140 x 185mm with drop down coaxial controls. The SP200XM has a 6v, 20 watt quartz halogen incident illumination system with rheostat brightness control and iris diaphragm with lateral movement adjusters. The trinocular head has a push in/ pull out polarising filter and the semi rotating analyser filter allows polarised light observation.

Brunel SP75 Polarising Microscope

Brunel SP75 Polarising Microscope

Price: 315.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)

The Brunel SP-75P specification features include a rotating monocular head with x10 widefield eyepiece and crosshair eyepiece, filter slot to accommodate the quarter wavelength and full wave length retardation plates that are provided as standard with this microscope, rotating graduated circular stage, with clamping mechanism and lateral adjustment which allows each objective to be positioned centrally in the optical path, triple objective turret with an excellent and very positive indexing mechanism, housing x4, x10 and x40 strain free polarising objectives, abbe condenser with rack and pinion focusing, filter carrier and iris diaphragm. The fully rotating polarising filter is housed above the field lens with a swing out mechanism so that it can be removed easily from the optical path. This unit originally supplied by ourselves is in very good condition. Good value.

Dino-Lite AD-7013MTL

Dino-Lite AD-7013MTL

Price: 495.83 (Excluding VAT at 20%)

This is a new professional grade long working distance unit. It has a 5M pixel camera with 8 white LED illumination. Its magnification range is x20 to x90 and the working distance ranges from 5cm at x90 up to 15cm at x20. This is the highest resolution Dino-Lite to date and is complete with software DinoCapture for Windows and DinoXcope for MacOS which allows still image and video capture together with measurement. The current list price is £761.96 + vat. This is therefore an exceptional bargain simply because we no longer have the Dino-Lite packaging

Brunel SP78P Binocular

Brunel SP78P Binocular

Price: 420.83 (Excluding VAT at 20%)

This is a full specification polarising microscope complete with rotating circular stage, polariser/analyser, Bertrand lens and retardation plates and has been used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations. Complete with strain free achromatic objectives x4, x10, x40 and x63. The stage has a graduated chapter ring and lateral centring adjusters. The microscope stand has low position coaxial coarse and fine focus controls The analyser can be positioned in or out of the optical path and rotated to cross with the polarising filter. Lambda and ¼ lambda retardation plates and a quartz wedge. 6v 20 watt quartz halogen illumination with brightness control. Excellent value.

Meiji ML80000 Series Universal Microscope

Meiji ML80000 Series Universal Microscope

Price: 1,083.33 (Excluding VAT at 20%)

This is a Meiji ML series with both transmitted and incident light sources making it suitable for both biological slides and also the study of opaque surfaces such as metals etc. It has the light sources controlled independently. The transmitted system is integral to the base and is 6v 20 watt with a full Kohler light path with filed and substage iris diaphragms. The incident lighting is from a separate 6v 20 watt transformer box There are semi plan Meiji objectives x4, x10, x40 and x100 (oil immersion) and a new x20 plan objective that is parfocal with the other objectives. x10 extra wide field Meiji eyepieces. Unusually the microscope has both binocular and trinocular heads that are easily interchangeable. Its general condition is very good with the only negative being that the trinocular head has a few small paint chips and was obviously added at some stage from the used market. Polarising filters are present for both light paths. Great value for a quality microscope.