Forced air laboratory incubator IC10-OE
benchtopheatingrefrigerated

forced air laboratory incubator
forced air laboratory incubator
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Characteristics

Type
forced air
Configuration
benchtop
Other characteristics
heating, refrigerated, thermostatic, automatic
Temperature range

Min.: 10 °C (50 °F)

Max.: 60 °C (140 °F)

Capacity

122 l (32.2 gal)

Description

Metallic refrigerated incubator with frontal door made of methacrylate. Temperature controlled by microprocessor, with “ARA V2” fuzzy logic algorithm for high precision temperature control, to be used with internal or external sensor, without surpassing reference temperature. Packaging: Tribox 101x63x62 Digital display LCD backlighted with indication of the selected and real value of the temperature and timer (with audible alarm). Membrane push-button control. With forced air circulation. Quiet Refrigeration thanks to the quiet compressor 1/10 HP. Double refrigerated system Inner chamber isolate foam except in base Security system that protect against over-temperature. Optional: external Tª sensor for control the temperature of the sample in its proximity. Can be adapted to our orbital shakers and horizontals (models Orbital Midi, Orbital Maxi or Horizontal Maxi). Automatic restart after unexpected shut down keeping the same parameters as before the incident. An incident sign appears on the display. Technical Specifications Model - IC10-OE Reference - 10000-01068 Thermostatization ( data at 20ºC ambient T) - Heating power (W) - 500 Refrigerating power (W) - 250 Tª range (ºC)* *(at ambient Temp 20ºC) 10 – 60 D.Resolution (ºC) - 0,1 Inner homogenization - +/- 2% Timer (min) - 0-240 General Data - Inner Dimensions (mm) - 530x480x480 External dimensions (mm) - 800x490x490 Weight (Kg) - 29,0 Protection IP - IP54 Capacity - 122 Liters

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