JB Microscopes can supply a wide range of both standard and specialised bulbs for most makes of light microscopes.
We hold a stock of even the most obscure lamps. If you can advise us of the voltage, wattage, part number and any markings, we can usually source the bulb. We can also identify a bulb without markings from a digital photograph or you can send us the old bulb for identification.
CoolLED Illumination System
Single Wavelength LED Fluorescence Illumination.
The pE-100 Series is a mercury-free family of compact and simple to use LED illumination systems developed for applications requiring a single LED excitation wavelength.
For Transmitted Light Applications.
The pE-100wht provides greater power and consistent white colour balance across all intensities. It offers all the benefits of LED illumination – instant on/off, control, stability, and repeatability – with a spectral performance matched to 100W halogen. Lifetime will exceed 50,000 hours of on time without the need to replace or align bulbs.
CoolLED pE-300 Series / pE-340fura
pE-300lite, pE-300ultra, pE-300lite LLG, pE-300ultra LLG, pE-300white
A range of LED Illumination systems for Fluorescence, Optogenetics, Electrophysiology and other high speed applications.
Intensity from a conventional lamp decreases through its life, which means that illumination varies dramatically over time. The lifetime of LEDs far exceeds that of these older lamps, and intensity remains broadly constant throughout its life providing a stable, repeatable light source.
pE-340fura, pE-340fura LLG
Fast, Controllable LED Illumination for Fura-2 Ratiometric Calcium Imaging
Utilising the highly successful pE-300 Series platform, the pE-340fura is a bespoke LED Illuminator for Fura-2 ratiometric calcium imaging, which also supports everyday fluorescence microscopy in a compact and affordable package.
Universal Illumination System. The pE-4000 sets the standard as the universal illumination system for fluorescence microscopy.
The system has 16 selectable LED wavelengths that can be matched to the filters and fluorophores of almost any microscope, making it the broadest spectrum of illumination available.