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Magnetic laboratory stirrer VMS Advanced series
digitalcompacthotplate

magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
magnetic laboratory stirrer
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Characteristics

Type
magnetic
Display
digital
Configuration
compact
Other characteristics
hotplate
Rotational speed

Min.: 100 rpm (628 rad.min-1)

Max.: 1,500 rpm (9,425 rad.min-1)

Temperature range

Min.: 50 °C (122 °F)

Max.: 400 °C (752 °F)

Description

Compact stirrers with a ceramic glass plate, providing excellent chemical resistance. Units feature digital error code display, a "hot" top indicator to warn users that surface is hot, a fixed safety circuit that shuts off the heater if temperature rises above 550 °C and there are three operating modes to choose from (standard, safe, adjustment protection). Stirrers have a speed display scale and optional capability to connect a PT1000 temperature sensor directly; when using this functionality control accuracy in the medium is ±0,5 °C. Exact temperature setting via digital potentiometer Simultaneous digital display of target and actual temperatures via LCD display Display of actual temperature value in medium with 0,1 °C resolution when using PT1000 temperature sensor Integrated contact thermometer VT-5 (all VT-5 functions incorporated in hotplate stirrer) Stirrer can be controlled using two microcontrollers

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