LIEBHERR Laboratory Freezer with electronic controller
The 478-litre LIEBHERR Laboratory Freezer with electronic controller (LGv 5010) is suitable for laboratories requiring a large-volume freezer but with limited floor space available. Samples and reagents can be optimally stored between -9°C and -35°C, and the high-tech electronic controller allows temperatures to be set to 1/10°C accuracy for precise temperature control.
The laboratory freezer comes with five fully adjustable shelves, eight drawers and two baskets, allowing users to mix and match the way they store their samples and reagents. The dynamic (forced-air) cooling system works in conjunction with the efficient compressor, thick insulation and eco-friendly, energy-efficient refrigerant (R 290), ensuring a stable and consistent internal temperature.
Using a hot gas defrost system, the laboratory freezer is designed to defrost less often and faster (in just 12 min) without compromising the integrity of samples and reagents. Visual and audible alarms warn users of temperature breaches, and an integrated data memory records and stores min/max temperature and alarm events for 41 days.
The laboratory freezer is equipped with a keypad lock to prevent temperature and alarm settings being changed without a passcode and is fitted with a lock to protect against unauthorised access. An access port for external temperature sensors allows probes to be fed into the back of the unit, maintaining the integrity of the door seal and temperature control.
Temperature and alarm data can be transferred to external building management systems via RS485 interface and alarms can be forwarded to an email, phone, etc, via volt-free contact for extra security.
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