Spectrographic

Tungsten Microscope Bulbs

£5
Image Part Number Price Variant Purchase Quantity
a - 2.2v 0.25A bulb Bulb A £5.00 a - 2.2v 0.25A bulb
b - 6v 30watt bulb Bulb B £18.00 b - 6v 30watt bulb
c - 6v 50watt bulb Bulb C £12.00 c - 6v 50watt bulb
d - 6V 15watt bulb Bulb D £18.00 d - 6V 15watt bulb
e - 6v 15watt bulb - Carl Zeiss Bulb E £22.00 e - 6v 15watt bulb - Carl Zeiss
f - 6volt 5amp (3watt) - Fine thread Bulb F £9.00 f - 6volt 5amp (3watt) - Fine thread
g - 6volt 5amp (30watt) - E14 Bulb G £12.00 g - 6volt 5amp (30watt) - E14

Spectrographic

Tungsten Microscope Bulbs

£5

Tungsten illumination is used on a wide rage of microscopes, otherwise known as incandescent light this is a low cost solution for microscope illumination.

The tungsten filament offers a steady source for illumination but can produce a yellow tinge which can adversely effect the colour balance of your microscope. Tungsten bulbs operate at high temperatures of 350 degrees C.

It can be difficult to locate tungsten bulbs as there is no standard for microscopes. If you cannot find the bulb you require we can look at converting your system to LED.

  • Osram 6 volt 5 amp
  • Carl Zeiss 6 volt 15 watt
  • Nikon 6 volt 30 watt
  • Olympus 6 volt 30 watt
  • RS 2.2 volt 0.25 amp (604-848)

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