magnetic laboratory stirrer / digital / benchtop / heating
MR Hei-Connect

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  • Magnetic laboratory stirrer / digital / benchtop / heating


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  • Rotational speed:

    Min.: 100 rpm (628 rad.min-1)

    Max.: 1,400 rpm (8,796 rad.min-1)

  • Temperature range:

    Min.: 20 °C (68 °F)

    Max.: 300 °C (572 °F)


The Hei-Connect comes with an additional RS 232 interface
Monitor and control your process with the Hei-Control software or your own program
Benefit from reproducible results and the option to program ramps and interval processes
Hei-Control software included in the scope of delivery
A digital display enables full process monitoring and precise setting of all parameters
This unit features a digital display and allows for easy setting and monitoring of values in the illuminated readout
For your protection an independent safety circuit will switch off heating if hotplate temperature exceeds 25 °C over set temperature
Digital speed setting from 100 to 1,400 rpm at an accuracy of ± 2 % and temperature setting up to 300 °C
A separate on/off switch for heating prevents an unintentional heat-up. If heating is switched on the on/off button is illuminated for visual control. In addition, a residual heat indicator prevents from burning hazards when heat function is switched off
An illuminated button indicates clearly if the stirring mode is activated
Upgrade this magnetic stirrer with the optional Pt 1000 temperature sensor for precise temperature control, overshoot protection and reproducible results
To protect your sample from overheating a safety circuit switches off heating if the temperature sensor is not immersed in your media vessel
The timer function allows you to define expiry times for the heating and rotation functions separately. At the end of the process an acoustic signal sounds