Benchtop laboratory incubator KS 4000 i control

benchtop laboratory incubator
benchtop laboratory incubator
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Temperature range

Max.: 80 °C (176 °F)

Min.: 5 °C (41 °F)


90 l (23.8 gal)


Innovative incubator shaker design allowing unattended operation in a temperature-controlled environment. Large LED display for speed and time settings Controls with antimicrobial coating for reduction of bacteria Integrated PID temperature control (use of two PT 1000 temperature sensors) Junction box in the workspace for connection of an additional temperature sensor e.g. PT 1000.60 Electronic temperature and speed control Electronic timer switch: 0 - 999 h (set by the minute or by the hour) Optional built-in cooler for connection to an external cooling unit e.g. RC 2 basic / control Unit switches off automatically if disturbed Unit stops automatically when hood is lifted Collecting tray with drain hose on rear of unit Simple operation All functions can be controlled and documented with labworldsoft® Attachements are not included in delivery, please order seperatly Shaking movement: orbital Orbital diameter: 20 mm Max. shaking weight (with attachment): 20 kg Infinitely adjustable speed range: 10 - 500 rpm Heat output: 1.000 W Temperature range: RT + 5°C to 80 °C Technical Data Type of movementorbital Shaker diameter20 mm Permissible shaking weight (incl. attachment)20 kg Motor rating input82 W Motor rating output24 W Permissible ON time100 % Speed min (adjustable)10 rpm Speed range10 - 500 rpm Speed displayLED Speed deviation1 % Speed deviation1 ±rpm Speed control1 RPM steps Timeryes Timer display7 segment LED Time setting range1 - 59940 min Operating modetimer and continuous operation Heating temperature rangeroom temp. +5° - 80 °C Heat output1000 W Set temperature resolution0.1 ±K


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