This is an incandescent 15W/130V replacement bulb for the Leitz, Wild Microscope.
Cleaning & Care
- Also known as 500-013
- For use by laboratories, dentists, doctors, and other industry professionals
- Click on specifications tab for more
Be careful to avoid handling incandescent bulbs with your bare hands since the oils on your fingertips can cause inconsistencies in performance. If you do touch the bulb, it’s ok, just wipe it down with an alcohol swab
. The bulbs can get hot! Let it cool down before you take it out of the equipment.Warranty
This item may be returned as per our normal return policy
. Don't forget! You need to contact us
for a return authorization number (RMA). Although rated life is not a warranty, this bulb is rated to last 1,000 hours under ideal conditions.About Leitz
Leitz Optilux is a proud member of the Leica Microsystems family of microscopes and offers the ultimate in comfort and quality at a reasonable price. It is ideal for viewing prepared microscope slides in brightfield for studying microstructures not visible with the human eye.About The Wild Company
The Wild company was formed when Heinrich Wild, originally of Glarus, Switzerland, and formerly head of Zeiss' surveying instruments branch in Jena, Germany returned to Switzerland. In April 1921 he founded the Werkstätte für Feinmechanik und Optik (Workshop for Precision Mechanics and Optics) in Heerbrugg, Switzerland. He started with surveying instruments, in keeping with his experience with Zeiss. In 1923, he formed Verkaufsgesellschaft Heinrich Wild (Henrich Wild Joint Stock Company) to sell Wild instruments. In 1924 the original company became part of the Joint Stock Company.
Wild can be credited with many "firsts" including making the world's first aerial cameras, in 1927. In 1948, he set up its first overseas company, in the US, Henry Wild Surveying Instruments Supply Company of America, Inc. Arguably, the best stereomicroscopes, optically and mechanically, were made by Wild (author: pronounced: vilt) of Switzerland, and Zeiss of Germany.